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  • Where to Watch the Colorado Avalanche Vie for the Stanley Cup in Denver
    par Catie Cheshire le 24/05/2022 à 6:33

    The series is heated. The Colorado Avalanche finished the regular season atop the Western Conference and kicked off the playoffs by sweeping the Nashville Predators. The next step in its quest to win the Stanley Cup in 2022 will be to finish off an intense battle with […]

  • Get Cooking With Three New Books by Colorado Authors
    par Ashlee Redger le 24/05/2022 à 5:54

    From baked goods to hot dogs. Spring in Colorado kicks off the warm-weather season of abundant farmers’ markets, backyard parties and camping cookouts. From May to September, restaurants and home cooks around the state fill baskets with vibrant greens, sweet-tart […]

  • Denver Marijuana Report: Eight Neighborhoods Off Limits for Pot Businesses
    par Thomas Mitchell le 24/05/2022 à 3:18

    North and south Denver top the list. Five Denver neighborhoods hold the majority of the city's commercial marijuana growing operations, according to a report from the Department of Excise and Licenses. Before location rules for medical marijuana businesses existed in […]

  • Colorado COVID Data Worst Counties May 2022 Update
    par Michael Roberts le 24/05/2022 à 2:42

    The problems are biggest in urban areas. On May 20, Jefferson County Public Health announced that Jeffco had moved from COVID-19 Community Level Low to Community Level Medium after exceeding 200 cases per 100,000 residents over the previous seven days — a […]

  • Hollow Head Fled to Denver
    par John Bear le 24/05/2022 à 2:00

    New album drops Thursday. An existential crisis first brought Michigan-raised musician Jimmy Adame, one half of folk-rock duo Hollow Head, to Colorado. The move happened “in 2020, when COVID was first going on, and I knew I needed a change,” Adame […]

  • Harold Henthorn Convicted Wife Killer May 2022 Court Appeal Update
    par Michael Roberts le 24/05/2022 à 1:55

    Harold Henthorn's first wife died under strange circumstances. At 9 a.m. today, May 24, Judge R. Brooke Jackson is scheduled to oversee day two of an evidentiary hearing in United States District Court for the District of Colorado requested by plaintiff Harold […]

  • Inside Denver Strip Club Empire
    par Michael Roberts le 24/05/2022 à 1:01

    RCI Hospitality Holdings is a growing concern. The Denver Police Department has not yet announced any arrests in connection with a May 1 double shooting outside PT's Showclub, a strip joint at 1601 West Evans Avenue that's been the setting for numerous violent episodes. […]

  • Ready, Set, Throw: The Colorado Summit Gets in the Game
    par Catie Cheshire le 24/05/2022 à 12:23

    Yes, it's a professional Frisbee team! When Emily Hanson started playing ultimate Frisbee in high school, she and her friends would simply throw a Frisbee to each other without following any official rules. She thought the game was just for fun — until she […]

  • Can Citric Acid Activate THC?
    par Herbert Fuego le 24/05/2022 à 11:58

    "I’d like to try making a weed smoothie with lemon or orange juice." Dear Stoner: Can I activate the THC in my weed with citric acid instead of heat, similar to the way ceviche is cooked? I’d like to try making a weed smoothie with lemon or orange […]

  • The Ten Best Rooftops for Eating and Drinking in Denver
    par Molly Martin le 24/05/2022 à 11:55

    Get high. Whether the weather is sunny, cloudy or cool, Coloradans love being outdoors — maybe even more than we love eating and drinking. But why pick favorites when you can do it all at once?…

  • Environmental Wins and a Last-Second Loss at Colorado Legislature
    par Catie Cheshire le 24/05/2022 à 11:13

    Advocates are pleased, though some compromises were made. Despite a last-second crunch that killed one bill, many of the state’s environmental advocacy groups say they're pleased with the final results of the Colorado legislative session, after key measures […]

  • Tombs Brings "Darkness and Brutality" to HQ
    par Justin Criado le 24/05/2022 à 11:04

    Mike Hill on living in darkness. Tombs, a blackened post-metal outfit comprising seasoned New York and New Jersey musicians, is not for the faint of heart. Drawing influences from the earliest days of black metal, founding guitarist and vocalist Mike Hill doesn’t […]

  • Neon Dad Lights Up Denver
    par Teague Bohlen le 24/05/2022 à 11:01

    Restoration comes in neon. Jeff "JJ" Bebout, aka Neon Dad, is known for his coffee shops — he's the current owner of Glass Arrow and a former co-owner of Roostercat — but when he's not roasting beans, he's busy creating and restoring neon signs around town. […]

  • Grateful Dead Venue on East Colfax Facing License Revocation
    par Conor McCormick-Cavanagh le 23/05/2022 à 7:59

    So Many Roads also faces sanctions. Following a Denver Police Department investigation that began in January 2021 and ran into April of this year, the Denver Department of Excise and Licenses is seeking the suspension or revocation of the liquor licenses of […]

  • Explore Colorado's Asian Food Culture at a New History Colorado Exhibit
    par Molly Martin le 23/05/2022 à 7:08

    "The through line that connects all of us is food." "The through line that connects all of us, including the Asian diaspora in Colorado, is food," says Courtney Ozaki, founder and creative producer of the Japanese Arts Network and curator of a new exhibit at the History […]

  • Sap Sua Is Opening in Cherry Creek This Year
    par Jehu Iyema le 23/05/2022 à 3:45

    "Denver is ready for Vietnamese flavors." "Denver is ready for Vietnamese flavors," says Anna Nguyen, co-owner of Sắp Sửa. Nguyen and her husband, Anthony, plan to open a brick-and-mortar location in Cherry Creek by the end of the year — though […]

  • Aurora Home Price Increases By Zip Code May 2022 Update
    par Michael Roberts le 23/05/2022 à 2:33

    Prices have jumped over the past two years-plus. For many years, Aurora homes have provided an option for metro-area house-hunters who can't afford to buy in Denver. But these days, the city isn't much of a refuge from skyrocketing sale prices.…

  • Mile High Green Cross Dispensary Closing on Broadway
    par Thomas Mitchell le 23/05/2022 à 2:24

    The store's final day is May 27. After more than a decade at 852 Broadway, Mile High Green Cross is shutting its doors. According to a May 17 text-message blast from store management, the dispensary's last day will be Friday, May 27.…

  • Fox31 Michael Konopasek Leaving Station Frontier Airlines Update
    par Michael Roberts le 23/05/2022 à 1:55

    It's an interesting time for Frontier. Another standout Denver television news personality, Fox31 anchor and reporter Michael Konopasek, is leaving broadcast journalism; today, May 23, is his last day on the air at the station. But unlike many of those who've recently […]

  • Want to Get Into Climbing? Here are Five Tips to Get Started
    par Hyde Chrastina le 23/05/2022 à 1:00

    Climbing season is here! There’s no denying that the sport of rock climbing is gaining popularity: With its inclusion in the 2020 Summer Olympics and movies such as Free Solo hitting the big screens, more and more folks are finding their way to the gyms and the […]

  • Denver Marijuana and Hemp Things to Do in May
    par Westword Staff le 23/05/2022 à 12:43

    Get out and get lit with the help of this week's Cannabis Calendar. Denver Pride is getting closer, and the Marijuana Mansion has big plans set in stone. Ring in the month at the mansion's regular drag show, Chronic High on Heelz, then celebrate the big weekend at […]

  • Vail Nonprofit Debuts New Music Label
    par John Bear le 23/05/2022 à 12:30

    Go MAPS has dropped its first song. Mr. Anonymous Philanthropic Society (MAPS), a nonprofit music organization born at the height of the pandemic, has launched a record label called Go MAPS Music. MAPS creative director Scott Rednor is the owner of Vail music venue […]

  • Metro Denver Weekend Shootings Triangle Park Update
    par Michael Roberts le 23/05/2022 à 12:28

    Shootings happened across metro Denver this weekend. Shortly after 4 a.m. today, May 23, the Denver Police Department announced two shootings within seven minutes, including gunplay near Triangle Park that injured three people. The incidents capped another violent […]

  • Social Sightings: Five Bakeries to Follow on Instagram
    par Molly Martin le 23/05/2022 à 11:59

    Sweet! Monday mornings are tough. But this series isn't.…

  • Potential Park Hill Golf Course Development Proposal Shaping Up
    par Conor McCormick-Cavanagh le 23/05/2022 à 11:50

    The fate of the land's future will rest with Denver voters. Six months after Denver residents voted on two ballot measures regarding the defunct Park Hill Golf Course, they can now see what development there might look like if they vote to lift a conservation easement […]

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