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Join with us and the 1 billion other participants around the world to celebrate Earth Day this Sunday, April 22. Earth Day is a worldwide movement that continues to inspire, challenge ideas, ignite passion, and motivate people to action toward environmental issues. Learn more about #EarthDay2018 and find #events in your area at https://www.earthday.org/earthday/!
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Councilwoman Susman will host a town hall to provide a brief update on activities in the district on Thursday, April 19 from 6-8pm. She will have guests from Community Planning and Development to talk about the East Area Plan and Blueprint Denver. The event will be held on the 9+CO site and Frank Cannon from Continuum Partners will also be on hand to give an update on the 9th and Colorado redevelopment project. Plan to park on the lower levels of the parking garage located at 11th Ave and Colorado Blvd. Enter the garage from 11th Ave. Once inside the parking garage you may use the elevators at the southwest corner to come down to the ground level and walk across the north plaza to the entrance of the 9th and Colorado Development Office. There will be signs posted to guide the way. Light refreshments will be served.
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If you're looking for a great place to eat, you cannot go wrong with these Denver restaurants! How many of these places have you been to? Any recommendations?
If you’re going on a hike anytime soon, download this app! It helps you identify the plants, animals and insects may you encounter, and even provides information on them so you can learn more. Love it!
It's tough to dream up ways to turn a budget item into something that looks like a professional job, and make it look easy and seamless. These ten projects do the hard work for you!
Whether it's holiday baked goods, baguettes, or morning buns, these 16 Denver bakeries offer some of the best.
By the end of the year, we should have more food options at the airport!
It's supposed to reach the 70s next week in Denver, so you're going to need these summer recipes for your slow cooker!
The National Aviation Hall of Fame and Wings Over the Rockies Unite to Preserve Wright Artifact Irreplaceable Propeller Now Being Curated by Colorado Museum
On March 24, 2018 at 8:30 pm local time, we encourage you to join millions of people across the globe in switching off home lighting for one hour to observe Earth Hour, the world’s largest public environmental action. #ChangeClimateChange #WindsorCommunities
Springtime has finally arrived! It's time to put away those coats and boots and scope out an outdoor table for drinks or dinner. Eater Denver has a great list of places to consider.
Purchase tickets today for The Invisibles, a critically acclaimed film that depicts the stories of four Holocaust survivors, whose pure will to survive in the face of evil will inspire audiences to confront racism and hatred. Followed by a discussion with local Holocaust survivor Rosalyn Kirkel. 4/3 at 7 p.m. at the Sie FilmCenter. Get tickets at tinyurl.com/InvisiblesTix
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If you love cheese, you’ll want to grab your passport and book a flight ASAP when you read about these amazing cheese destinations. (There are some U.S. spots on this list, too!)
Join us for an exclusive screening of the powerful Holocaust film, The Invisibles, followed by a discussion with local survivor Rosalyn Kirkel. Tuesday, 4/3 at 7 pm at the Sie FilmCenter. Purchase at tinyurl.com/InvisiblesTix
As part of the city’s ongoing effort to keep the Denver Zoning Code modern, clear and user-friendly, Community Planning and Development is proposing a new series of text amendments to the code. Updates for usability, clarification and substance are prioritized in response to customer and community feedback, industry changes and other factors.
What a great way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day this weekend!
Who serves Denver’s best food from south of the border? Everyone has an opinion, whether craving a Colorado-style burrito covered in melted cheese or Baja-style aguachiles. Check out this list and give us your take in the comments!
We are always honored to partner with At the Table with Dr. King. "Thank you Ranch View - it was our honor to be included! And huge thanks to Mizel Museum, as always, for their support!" - At the Table with Dr. King
On March 24, 2018, we encourage you to join millions of people across the globe in switching off home lighting for one hour to observe Earth Hour, the world’s largest public environmental action. In 2007, Earth Hour began as a single-city initiative in Sydney, Australia, and has since grown into a global movement with millions of people from more than 5,000 cities and towns in 135 countries/territories across every continent switching off their lights to make history as the world’s greatest environmental action. A global call to action for every individual throughout the world, Earth Hour invites all of us to take responsibility for our environmental impact and join a growing international community of people who are committed to leading environmental change. With your help, the impact of Earth Hour 2018 will be even greater than in past years. For this eleventh anniversary year of Earth Hour, make a resolution to be a part of making climate change history. Raise your voice for the planet and show that you care. As a proud supporter of Earth Hour, Windsor encourages you to join with us and millions of others in endorsing a global call to action. Getting involved is easy: 1. Commit with a friend, co-worker, or family member to save the planet by engaging them in the global Earth Hour movement. 2. Invite your friends and family to participate and stay connected to the conversation by becoming a fan of Earth Hour on Facebook and following @earthhour on Twitter. 3. Switch off your non-essential lighting from 8:30-9:30 p.m. local time on Saturday, March 24. Share the moment with family and friends and consider how you can reduce your ecological footprint with a commitment to an action that benefits the planet beyond the hour. Thank you for helping to make Earth Hour 2018 the biggest effort yet. Learn more at www.earthhour.org. #ChangeClimateChange #WindsorCommunities
There will be a meeting regarding the proposed rezoning application for 219, 221, 223, 225, 227, 235, 245 So. Holly St. from E-SU-DX & E-MU-2.5 to S-MU-3 designation and build a condominium project with 27 units and 40 parking spaces. These properties are located just south of the commercial development (Park Burger, High Point Creamery and Novo Coffee). The meeting will be held on Wednesday, March 21 at 6:00pm in the Library in the Corkins Center of Graland Country Day School. Please enter through Graland’s main entrance on Clermont Street at 55 Clermont which leads directly to the library.
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“We are building the start of a system that we will hope to get further and further down by Alameda and Quebec,” Kuhn said as she led members of the media into a large underground tunnel.
Anyone who has children knows they aren't necessarily welcome at all restaurants. Put these family-friendly eateries on your list if you have kids!
EveryBlock collects 20 types of news in Denver — including articles, real estate listings, meetups and conversations neighbors are having — and organizes it by location. Here is all the recent news and discussion near 7026-7099 E. Cedar Pl.