This month: New Pickleball Courts at MLK Rec Center; Boychik Expanding to Stanley Marketplace; I-70 Express Lane Tolling Now Live; DEN Reserve Reduces DIA Screening Time; Pauline Robinson Library Temporarily Closes; and Funding Supports Additional Hours at Sam Gary Library.
This month: 1) Over Flyte at FlyteCo Brewing; 2) Denver Speech and Debate Teams Shine at Nationals; 3) Park Hill Housing Project; and 4) Restaurant Openings and Closings.
Park Hill artist Angel Figueroa paints, sculpts, and builds. With exquisite attention to detail and bright explosions of color, she creates whimsical fairy gardens, smiling Minions, jovial cows, and gleaming race cars.
Summertime means barbecue time, and on any given day aromas from neighborhood grills and backyard smokers waft through the air while teasing and tempting all those who catch a whiff.
Denver Beer Company’s newest location in the Lowry neighborhood might be closest to the founders’ hearts.
This Month: 1) La Fillete Opens in Montclair; 2) Two NE Denver Arts Festivals; 3) Northfield High School Developments; 4) New High Plains Bike Park; 5) Modern Market at Anschutz Campus; and 6) Central Park Playground Nears Completion.
Despite many successful years working in the restaurant business and enjoying the popularity of their restaurant D Bar Uptown, Chefs Keegan Gerhard and Lisa Bailey consider it a dream come true to have opened D Bar Central Park last month.
This month: 1) The LUME Closes; 2) United Flight Training Center Expansion Continues; 3) Denver Discovery School Closing; 4) WCMD Election in April; 5) Three’s Company; and 6) Changes to Denver Compost Program.
A taste of Paris has arrived in Denver’s Park Hill neighborhood, channeling the Place Vendôme, an historic square in Paris where locals gather.
This month: 1) Participatory Budgeting Ballot Results; 2) Oblio’s Pizzeria Has a New Owner; 3) Therizo Café is now Copper Door Coffee; and 4) Newsies: A School Musical by McAuliffe Students.