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Eight years ago today I started writing things about Denver. And I wrote. And wrote. So much. Then in 2009 I stopped. Metroblogs wasn’t doing as well. There were announcements and things about fundraising a few years back. Somehow the lights were kept on – and amazingly are still online as of this post’s writing. […]
On Saturday, come play in the sand, enjoy live entertainment, and support BCAP and Boulder Pride.
Where once stood a landmark pool hall, a Euro-style bistro/bar/dancehall now awaits your visit.
...when the digital purveyor of local eatery deals will reveal the clue leading to Rubber Ducky & Treasure Map Fragment #2.
Here’s a wayyyy early heads-up for your chance to hear Jay Leno live and support an important cause: Late night funny man Jay Leno will headline the 2010 Children’s Hospital Gala on Saturday, September 11, 2010, at the Hyatt Regency Denver at the Colorado Convention Center. The theme of this year¹s Gala, “What Matters Most,” […]
Raise a pint and send some bucks to There With Care every Wednesday in July.
If you thought there was no place left to buy records in Boulder, think again.
Five reasons in a row to leave your car at home on June 23.
A brief, non-exhaustive list of Father's Day specials in the area. Also a rant about gender stereotypes.
As of this month, you can get from Longmont’s 8th & Main RTD station all the way to the downtown Fort Collins transit center on a single bus, passing through Berthoud and Loveland along the way. The bus that will take you there is the FLEX, “the newest, most flexible route in northern Colorado.” Effectively […]
It’s been two years today that the Waldo Canyon fire exploded in Colorado Springs. As it unfolded people began to understand the serious nature of the beast that was closing highways and threatening the Air Force Academy. I can remember watching twitter with up to date posts and images with a feeling of sadness and [...]
David Sedaris visits Denver, to a packed house at the Buell. The stage was still set for Wicked, but he looked great under the giant dragon! I last saw him years before out in Southern California – so I didn’t feel the need to pay the big bucks to see up his nose! We were waaaay up in [...]
This monday i experienced what Jury Duty in Colorado - specifically Denver County was like. I have done my time in California but this was my virgin experience here in the Mile High City! Things to know: Arrive Early! Security for an 8:30 arrival is a nightmare! Plan on arriving closer to 8am to make it through. There [...]
I am very happy to announce that my company - Page 1 Solutions, an Internet marketing company in Golden - was just recognized by the EPA’s Green Power Partnership for our efforts to protect the environment through the use of alternative energy. The EPA has listed Page 1 as a Green Power Partner. Page 1 has [...]
Regulars and residents of Boulder’s Steel Yards neighborhood have been eagerly watching the developments in the restaurant space next-door to fave coffee house Joe’s Espresso. The space last housed Kerrigan’s, a sort of local Bennigan’s sort of place: Celtic knotwork on the tables, mostly American food on the menu. Before that it was LuLu’s, a [...]
This weekend I had the opportunity to experience a little Persian culture and tour the Baha’i Faith Metro Denver Center at 225 E. Bayaud Street. The center graciously hosted a tea event, serving Persian tea. Teaching us that when drinking Persian tea, it is first brewed very strongly and then hot water is added to [...]
OMG! (apologies for using that, but I felt it was justified) We can haz monsoon rain!? Denver got drenched today. Starting in the early evening hours the heavens opened up and the water fell from the sky. And not just a “Hi and bye” kind of rain. This was a good soaking that must have felt [...]