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Festival Aims to Satisfy Denver’s Taco Cravings

TACOLANDIA SERVES UP TACO FEVER Tacos have taken the world by storm: Taco Tuesday is now a regularly celebrated event, and people proudly sport taco T-shirts in every kind of setting. Because the small tortilla-wrapped dish serves as a staple to any sane person’s diet,

Prodigy Fortifies Community with Coffee

COFFEEHOUSE HIRES LOWER-INCOME YOUTH A coffee shop is not the first platform that comes to mind when thinking about bringing together a community or improving a broken education system, but with those very things in mind, Prodigy Coffeehouse is taking Denver by surprise. Prodigy—so named

Local Cafe Equal Parts Coffee and Cats

PURR-IFIC TIME WITH KITTENS, BOOKS, AND GAMES To celebrate the national Prevention of Animal Cruelty Month, why not adopt a cat while ordering your morning coffee? Denver Cat Company—one of the first permanent cat cafes to open in the US—stars a rotating cast of cats

Tongue-n-Cheek Meet El Taco De Mexico

It would be a disservice to oneself not to order El Taco De Mexico’s famous tacos. Full of savory flavor and authenticity, El Taco De Mexico is by far Denver’s choice place to eat Mexican food. The restaurant is located on the corner of 8th

Creative Exchange with Misfit Goods

CRAFTS MEET CRAFT BREWS AT GRANDMA’S HOUSE Grandma’s House is almost exactly what it sounds like. The quaint brewery is styled to look identical to what an elderly relative’s home would look like, save for the fully functional bar in the main room. Grandma’s House

Food Gets Fun at the Inventing Room

LIQUID NITROGEN REINVENTS DESSERT At the Inventing Room, food is meant to be played with. The Willy Wonka-inspired dessert shop aims to be Denver’s most whimsical dining experience. The Inventing Room’s LoDo storefront opened on Oct. 31 of last year and immediately began running through

Old-School Games: a Nickel at a Time

NICKEL-A-PLAY IS A MEDIOCRE DELIGHT Nickel-A-Play is a great place to spend some inexpensive but quality time with friends or family. With more than 20 free-to-play games, including “Ms. Pacman” and “Galaga,” it is possible to spend an entire night in this old-school arcade for

Isis Books Terrorized by Americans

LOCAL BOOKSTORE RECIPIENT OF MISPLACED ANGER A Denver bookstore has been vandalized five times in the last year after being confused with the terrorist group of the same name. Goddess Isis Books and Gifts has sold its offerings of metaphysical texts, crystals, and international collections

Ritualcravt Accessorizes Practical Magic

FANTASTICAL ARTICLES ON SALE IN HIGHLANDS Ritualcravt has been a coveted online shop for witches and curiosity-hunters alike. Since early 2015 of Samhain, or Halloween to the layman, the owner opened a storefront on the outskirts of Denver’s burgeoning, trendy Highlands area. Its subtle placement