Coors Brewery Tour at Golden – It’s Free!

I recently took the Coors Brewery Tour at Golden and parts of it wowed me and some didn’t. There are two parts to this tour: the first part takes you around the block on a tour bus where you learn a little bit about Golden’s history from the lovely tour guide who is also […]

The Second Wind Fund Saves Lives

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The Second Wind Fund

2010 Walk/Run/Ride Sunday, September 19, 2010

It’s a subject that no one wants to talk about. It’s a subject that’s often kept behind closed doors. The Second Wind Fund, has shone a bright light on the dark subject of teen suicide. Celebrity deaths often receive major media attention, while […]

The Beauty of Denver Lies Between Two Rocks: Red Rocks Amphitheater

A  beautiful day at Red Rocks

Welcome to the Mile High City! Where city living is being taken to a whole new level (5280 ft above sea level to be exact) and being a Denver resident is something to talk about. There is so much to enjoy about this city, but I start with the one place I truly love. […]

Denver’s Chalk it Up to Education Art Festival: Chalk it up to a Great Weekend

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Street painting festivals have been an Italian tradition for many years. This year, street painting is coming to Denver for one special weekend. The Arapahoe Community College Foundation is hosting the Chalk it up to Education Art Festival on Saturday, September 11th. The event will be held at the Arapahoe Community College Main Campus […]

Did you get “A Taste of Colorado”?

A quick look at the Taste of Colorado […]

Meeting Point Community Acupuncture in Denver

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I was never a fan of acupuncture and I don’t know if it was being seven years old and watching the acupuncturist pierce my father or having a slight fear of needles, I just avoided it. Then I was recently sick, caught a viral infection which led to laryngitis, had little to no sleep […]

Summit County Colorado Parade of Homes


Driving west out of Denver on I-70, one can’t help but take in the beauty of the high country. Summit County is known as Colorado’s Playground, and never has that statement packed more punch than during the Annual Parade of Homes. The seduction of the mountains has transitioned from ski slopes, weekend cabins […]

Your Guide to LoDo: Denver’s Lower Downtown Historic District

The Market

If you’re planning a trip to the city of Denver, the Lower Downtown Historic District, more commonly known as LoDo, is the place to start. This is where you can find great food, entertainment, art and history in just 20 blocks. A good place to start the afternoon is at The Market. This […]

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