Denver Mayor Michael Hancock’s March 23 “Stay at Home” order underscored the half-hearted response to social isolation. The weekend before this order, Denver parks and playgrounds were crowded again after a thaw in the late March snow. Buy-in for social isolation is understandably challenging for many in a society that cherishes individual freedoms and individualism over the collective.
Like you, we’re feeling shell shocked by the magnitude of the COVID-19 crisis, first to people’s health and —a close second— to the economic impacts on their lives, particularly those who were already struggling.
Many of us catch glimpses of it from the street, but few have had the chance to enter its gates.
Each month, the Indie Prof typically reviews one or more films from the theater or an instant-streaming service. This month he instead shares his views on the Oscars.
“I can’t help but gush. She’s changed my kid in the most positive way possible. She’s just Cheryl, a category all of her own.”
“We would clean stalls, take care of chickens, that kind of thing, and for a reward we got to ride the horses. I loved it.”
Colorado’s volcanoes produced some of the state’s most important diamond, gold and fossil deposits.
In the building where air traffic controllers once coordinated landings and takeoffs for the old Stapleton Airport, Punch Bowl Social will open on Nov. 18 at 7pm with an open-to-the-public ticketed event to support the local charity We Don’t Waste (WeDontWaste.org). Get tickets online at PunchBowlSocial.com. At 9pm doors will open to non-ticketed guests.
The new IMAX movie, Dream Big: Engineering Our World is entertaining, educational and inspiring for all ages—and the 3D effects are icing on the cake.
This month: 1) High Comfort Bike Lanes To Be Built on CPB and City Park Esplanade in 2020. 2) The Future of the Park Hill Golf Course? Views Vary Widely. 3) Illegal Pete’s Comes to NE. 4) MLK to Peoria Opening Date. Plus An “Election First” for Colorado.