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Doors Open Denver admires buildings around town

Auraria now included in architecture celebration On Sept. 22 and 23, the Denver Architecture Foundation held the Doors Open Denver (DOD) tours at over 50 locations around the city. This was the first time locations on the Auraria campus were part of the tour. Buildings

Denver International Airport embraces conspiracies

Construction signs are more than meets the eyes The Denver International Airport is under construction and having a fun time trolling people with conspiracy-filled construction signs.  Many Denverites believe that DIA is hiding quite a few secrets—making people wonder what truly is going on in

New Halloween looks embrace maximum spookiness

The best costume shops in Denver Perhaps because of the recent horror revival generated by Stranger Things and It, Halloween retailers are vying for much darker imagery this year. Disney princess costumes have seemingly disappeared in favor of more traditionally “scary” getups. There’s still a

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Monet paints his way to Denver

A can’t miss exhibit for students The Denver Art Museum (DAM) announced on July 23 that their upcoming landmark exhibition for next year will feature work from Claude Monet.  According to the official announcement, “The exhibition will feature more than 100 paintings spanning Monet’s entire

Williams & Graham offers bargain speakeasy experience

Old-timey speakeasy remains timeless Tucked behind a bookshelf with low ceilings and even lower lighting, Williams & Graham is a modern embodiment of a speakeasy straight out of the roaring twenties. The cozy bar is located in the swanky and hip Lower Highlands (LoHi) neighborhood.

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Pay what you can at SAME Cafe

Non-profit depends on sliding scale pay model Founded in 2006 by Brad and Libby Birky, SAME Cafe is dedicated to serving customers healthy, organic, and locally sourced foods prepared fresh daily. “SAME” stands for “So All May Eat.” The cafe is Denver’s first (and one

Stanley Marketplace is Aurora’s newest treasure

The Stanley Marketplace borders Stapleton in northwest Aurora and is home to over 50 locally owned restaurants, boutiques, and other small businesses. The location was originally an avia- tion center, home to the original Denver airport’s main runway. According to its website, the Stanley Marketplace

Ethiopian cuisine found in the heart of Aurora

NILE ETHIOPIAN OFFERS DELICIOUS, AFFORDABLE FOODS There are few restaurant experiences that couple a legitimately inviting ambiance with delicious and interesting dishes. Nile Ethiopian Restaurant in the heart of Aurora exceeds these standards and then some by creating an environment that makes even the most

Wind down with your pup at Fort Greene Bar

BAR HOSTS MONTHLY DOGGIE HAPPY HOUR Fort Greene Bar is a small, old- fashioned establishment nestled in the ever-evolving neighborhood of Globeville. Located at 321 E 45th Ave., the bar is best known for its exquisite speakeasy aesthetic, decor, and food menu, which includes everything

Escape rooms: a thrilling new form of entertainment

PARTICIPANTS MUST ESCAPE WITHIN AN HOUR Math, logic, and riddles. These subjects are usually something people either find alluring or steer away from because of the challenging content and difficulty level. Now, these subjects are at the center of an evening out on the town,