These cupcakes have no calories but plenty of clues.
—Courtesy of Epic Escape Game
We’re health inspectors trapped inside a sweets shop, and we only have an hour to figure out what’s so suspicious about the specials.
Our quartet wasn’t exactly mired in a life-or-death predicament—the biggest bummer was that said sweets weren't edible—but it set our pulses racing and our...
July 26 2016, 12:39 PM
—Photo courtesy of Merne Judson the third
In the late 1800s, what we'd today call a tour was known as a circuit: Traveling theater shows, opera companies, or musicians would ride the railroad to various towns and perform at each stop. Colorado's version was nicknamed the Silver Circuit, and it was started by Peter McCourt (brother of Baby...
July 21 2016, 2:00 PM
Join legendary climber Erik Weihenmayer, the first blind man to summit Mt. Everest, on a six-mile hike up Dercum Mountain. —Photo courtesy of Brian Smith
Present Box: Jonathan Mason, July 20 to July 24
Think of this installation as a work of artistic synesthesia. During the interactive sense-blending exhibition, Colorado artist Jonathan Mason pairs seven musical notes with seven different colors, so guests can choose a combination of hues to...
July 20 2016, 12:32 PM
Enjoy the stylings of cellist Joshua Roman, soloist Jessica Rivera, and pianist David Kaplan on July 16.
—Photo courtesy of Colorado Music Festival & Center for Musical Arts
This summer at Boulder’s Dairy Arts Center, you can get your fill of classical music—with an innovative twist—at the Colorado Musical Festival’s (CMF) new series Artistic Currents. Curated by CMF creative partner and senior TED fellow Joshua Roman, the three-concert series features musical works...
July 15 2016, 12:20 PM
—Courtesy of FARMCAD
It's the same routine every weekend: trying to balance your schedule between park time, the Rocky Mountains, and whatever myriad events are on Denver's calendar. Well, the Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design (RMCAD) is here to help. Once a month this summer, FARMCAD Summer Art, Craft, and...
July 14 2016, 1:30 PM
—Photos courtesy of City Park Jazz
Denver’s largest urban park has always been a place for music. In the late 19th century, locals strolled through City Park on Sundays, listening to musicians play on a floating bandstand.
In 1986, a small group of neighbors revived the tradition. At the time, the roads that wound through...
July 13 2016, 2:00 PM
These limited-edition, unisex ball caps are the result of a collaboration led by Denver menswear store Armitage & McMillan—and they've arrived just in time for summer.
If you think designer collaborations are just for companies like Target and H&M, think again. Late last month, Denver’s Armitage & McMillan launched a line of shibori ball caps. The handmade products—released just in time for the summer festival circuit—are a collaboration with...
July 12 2016, 3:00 PM
—Photo courtesy of Mike Rogers Art
“I want it to be like a moment in time,” says Mike Rogers about his approach to art.
His process begins with a laid-back photo shoot in his basement studio. Once he captures the perfect shot of his subjects—who are often friends or friends of friends—he translates that image to canvas over...
July 11 2016, 11:11 AM