This month the Least Sandpiper, the smallest shorebird in the world, and the Long-billed Curlew, the largest shorebird on the continental United States.
In January 2020, Voices Rock was flying high. The no-audition community choir, which got its start in Northeast Denver in 2014, had expanded to seven choirs that stretched across the city and out to Littleton, Louisville, and Vail. The choir had performed at Red Rocks, at a Rockies game, at TEDxCherryCreek, and at sold-out shows in large theaters throughout the city. Nothing, it seemed, could stop the rock-n-roll energy of this merry band of singers.
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.
For 20 years, Judi’s House has provided grief support and counseling for children and their families who have experienced the death of a loved one. The organization, which was founded by former Broncos quarterback Brian Griese and his wife Brook, has helped 12,000 people cope with bereavement.
“If you start doing drugs you’ll probably like them. That’s the problem,” says Ben Stincer.
This month: 1) Voices Rock Begins New Season; 2) Nike Unite Store and P.F. Chang’s; 3) Price Development Apartments; 4) Credit Union of Colorado; 5) Runway 35 North; 6) Runway 35 South; and 7) Community Open House and Dedication Ceremony at the Former Johnson and Wales Campus
Denver residents who no longer want guns in their homes previously had few options to discard their weapons.
Did you know an underground plume contains contaminants from an old chemical spill? Get to know the Lowry plume and how it affects homes.
The providers at the new Rose Medical Center Stapleton ER in Conservatory Green consider their facility an extension of the Rose Medical Center emergency department (ED).