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.
A world premiere, immersive experience featuring the art of Spanish artist Salvador Dali has opened at The LUME in Stanley Marketplace. “Dali Alive” is a multi-media and multi-sensory creation that features 500 images of Dali’s work, a musical soundtrack, spice-filled aroma dispersion, an “infinity room” with a hall of mirrors, and a studio where visitors can draw on large sketchpads.
The first of six new apartment buildings near the Stanley Marketplace has begun welcoming tenants and will offer new urban-living options in the southeast Central Park neighborhood.
Stanley Beer Hall is one One Stantastic sippery and Station 26 Brewery has been extinguishing thirst since 2013.
This month: 1) Central Park Cub Scouts Scrub Graffiti and are Available for Other Service Projects; 2) Court Dismisses Lawsuit by Opposition to Developing Park Hill Golf Course; 3) Clark’s Market Breaks Ground in Lowry; and 4) Annette Owner Snags Another James Beard Nomination.
Jump in a clawfoot bathtub with friends, get your groove on in a 70s-era living room, float among the clouds, or swing in a sea of flamingos.
Wearing an avocado-green skirt suit, long gloves, and a voguish hat, Skye Barker Maa serves retro stewardess vibes as she describes her latest endeavor—a Pan Am-themed cocktail lounge on the second floor of the Stanley Marketplace.
Visitors shared their comments at the moment they exited the Van Gogh Alive event at Stanley Marketplace. A few chose not to comment, but all who did were enthusiastically positive about the experience.
This month: 1) Target and Five Other Tenants Announced for the Exchange at Boulevard One in Lowry; 2) Stanley Virtual Reality Installation; 3) The Future of Park Hill Golf Course; and 4) Covid: New Technology, Masks & “Shrink Your Bubble”
This month: 1) Day of the Dead–Celebrate Nov. 2 at Stanley; 2) Beer Garden on Dayton to Open by Late Nov.; 3) In-N-Out Burger at CPB and 46th? 4) High-Comfort Bike Lanes in NE; 5) Sprouts Opens; and 6) MLS To Return to Dick’s Sporting Goods Park.