The annual Park Hill Garden Walk on June 24 offers visitors a look at 10 unique gardens with a multitude of ideas including “urban farms” with chickens, bee hives and veggies, yard art, outdoor kitchens and water features.
After her son “aged out” of area toddler/parent music programs, Skye Barker Maa began searching for a music school in NE Denver.
The 16th annual Five Points Jazz Festival promises a diverse menu of music, from New Orleans band Dinosaurchestra to headliner Jakarta, a Denver favorite led by City Park South resident Isaac Points.
Phantom Pavilion, the newly installed public art sculpture in Prairie Basin Park, is located in the promontory on Trenton Street at Stoll Place.
Each month, the Indie Prof reviews a current film in the theater and second film or series available on DVD or instant-streaming service.
The close-up is a psychological shot: we get physically close to the subject, and then we get emotionally close. It can be uncomfortable.
When I walked through the front door of the National Ballpark Museum I was instantly transported to the days when I was a 14-year-old baseball fanatic.
“Many of the people who are coming to this exhibition aren’t our regular museum goers. This is a once-in-a-lifetime experience,” says Robert Payo, an educator at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.
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Do you, as a parent, think it’s important to talk with your children about complex issues like racism, identity and social change? Have you found it’s uncomfortable? Or that you don’t know how to start the conversation?