Recap: Denver Paint The Runway

Denver Paint the Runway

Some say the arts are dying, however, this is not the case in Denver. On Saturday, June 8, First Class Fashionista presented Denver Paint the Runway, a phenomenal runway show that showcased talent from Denver local designers including students from the Art Institute of Colorado. The exciting night of fashion featured guests from the […]

Recap: Cherry Creek Arts Festival Poster Signing Party In Denver

Trés Taylor (Photo Credit: Mallory Frantz at Splitpeasandlavender.blogspot.com)

Helene Taylor. (Photo Credit: Mallory Frantz, splitpeasandlavender.blogspot.com

This past Tuesday, June 11, marked the annual Cherry Creek Arts Festival poster signing party. The Earls patio in Cherry Creek North provided the perfect seasonal atmosphere for this intimate gathering that celebrated the festival’s featured artist, Trés Taylor from Birmingham, Ala. Taylor is a former […]

Denver Weekend Guide: June 14 – 16, 2013

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Denver PrideFest

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PrideFest! Whether you’re gay, straight, bi, transgender – everyone in Denver always enjoy pride fest and it’s getting to the point where no one even needs to be reminded of the yearly event but instead they ask “when is pride fest coming up?” This year, it’s happening from […]

Do At The Zoo To Support Denver Zoo

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Our beloved Denver Zoo has been a big part of our lives for over a century providing education, information and a safer place for animals. Besides, how often do you actually get to see big black bears, rhinoceros or giraffes?

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To show our appreciate, join Denver Zoo and other […]

Recap: National Get Outdoors Day In Denver With Get Outdoors Colorado

National Get Outdoors Day

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On Saturday, June 8, in honor of National Get Outdoors Day, Get Outdoors Colorado transformed the southeast corner of City Park in Denver into an experiential and educational mecca of all things to do with enjoying the outdoors. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, […]

Golden Music Festival At Denver’s Clear Creek History Park

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One great way to enjoy the Denver summer is the Golden Music Festival. The festival will be held June 14 to June 16 at the amphitheater in Clear Creek History Park in Golden, Colorado. The music festival will feature bluegrass, Americana, and folk music. This annual fundraiser benefits Golden History Museums’ programs and exhibits. […]

Mile High Murder Mystery Race In Denver To Benefit Laboratory To Combat Human Trafficking

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Get ready to sharpen your empirical logic and use your eye for detail. Saturday, June 29, A-Dre Productions will host the Mile High Murder Mystery Race beginning at 11 a.m. at Stoney’s Bar and Grill (check-in will begin at 9 a.m.). Teams of two to six people will harness their inner sleuths to piece […]

Review Of Ballroom With A Twist At The Buell Theater In Denver

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For a two-day only event, it’s no surprise that the Buell Theatre located at the Denver Peforming Arts Complex had a full-house of attendees at Ballroom with a Twist. With star studded hosts Anna Trebunskaya, Jonathan Roberts, Tristan Macmanus and Chelsie Hightower and an impeccable cast selected from “So You Think You Can Dance,” […]

Celebrate World Refugee Day By Supporting Denver Refugee Organizations

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World Refugee Day is June 20, but the events surrounding this day are going on from June 10th through the 23! The events have been organized by many refugee organizations around Denver. Organizations such as the African Community Center, the Colorado African Organization, and Colorado Refugee Services Program. Refugees come […]

Girl Scouts Of Colorado Announces Women Of Distinction 2013 Honorees

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Celebrating women is our brand, so when Girl Scouts of Colorado announced the honorees for Women of Distinction at their Spring Social, we were thrilled to learn about the women who have been impacting our community over the years.

Elaine Gantz Berman (co-chair for the October event, hosted reception), Christine M. Riordan, Kristin […]

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