First Fridays Fundraiser: July 6

First Fridays Fundraiser for Colorado Firefighters Friday, July 6 | 5-11 p.m. The Infinite Monkey Theorem | 931 West 5th Avenue www.TheInfiniteMonkeyTheorem.com Take a sip of specialty wine, enjoy gou...
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Weekend Escapes: Antigua

As a travel columnist I may be biased, but with this year's Fourth of July holiday falling squarely in the middle of the work-week, it just may be the perfect excuse to take off the rest of the week and set...

Editor’s Letter: July

Summer in Colorado is to our art and culture scene what the blonde cheerleader in high school is to the girl with glasses, headgear and neck brace: a nuisance, a pain in the butt, a taunting, teasing distractio...

Hot To Squat: Denver’s Zest For Zumba

The nation’s dance craze has always found representation within the fitness community. It’s a natural relationship. Move your body, have a blast, lose weight, and get your heart stronger. With so many group exe...

Seeking a Friend: Awkward Apocalypse

Seeking a Friend for the End of the World isn’t your typical apocalyptic film. Sure, there’s an asteroid headed for Earth and mankind only has 21 days until its end, but for Dodge (Steve Carell) and Penny (Keir...

Out of Bounds: Making Turns

Seeking a way to cool down this summer tops most other priorities for Denver dwellers. Some find relief sitting half-naked in front of a window AC unit watching National Treasure, others over-inflate a frie...

Red Rocks-Infused Art

Any Colorado music fan has surely been to and loved Red Rocks’ natural amphitheater in Morrison.  Soren McCarty, an accomplished photographer who has been featured in Rolling Stone, The New York Times, SPIN...

Natural Highs: Ascending the Seven Castles

There is a hidden place in every Colorado town that tends to remain mysterious to those who do not already know its whereabouts. Laying hidden in the shadow of local memories, this place resides under the breat...

The Reel Deal: Swimming Pool Movie Moments

The Ancient Greeks and Romans built them for bathing, athletic training, and nautical games. They were introduced into the modern Olympic Games in 1896. And following World War II, they became a status symbol i...