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Located exactly one mile above sea level, the 'Mile High' city is just 15 miles east of the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Founded as a mining town back in the 1850's, its economy, and size, grew on the local mining industry. It's also the only city to decline hosting an Olympic Games after being awarded them.
Local Newspapers: Denver Post
Local Sports Teams: Denver/Colorado: Broncos Rockies Nuggets Rapids and Avalanche
Local Colleges: University of Colorado Colorado School of Mines
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These Denver Streets Pump the Veins of the City's Pot Industry
Denver is home to about 200 pot shops, so there's a good chance that closing your eyes and pointing in a random direction will lead to a dispensary within a couple of miles. But three streets are particularly important to an industry that collected over $577 million in Denver alone last year.Denver police seeking missing endangered woman
Denver police are asked for help in locating a 58-year-old endangered woman who wears an eye patch and uses a cane. Elizabeth Caquelyn was last seen at about 4 p.m. Wednesday at 4301 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., according to a Denver police news release.This 74 year old's collection of collections in Congress Park is...
Pamela Miller has collected things her whole life, and now at the age of 70, her Congress Park home has become a gallery to her collections, seen here on April 5, 2018 in Denver. Pamela Miller has collected things her whole life, and now at the age of 70, her Congress Park home has become a gallery to her collections, seen here on April 5, 2018 in Denver.Nebula Ensemble Is Shaping the Future of Classical Music
At a Nebula Ensemble concert a few years ago, the forward-thinking chamber group had a different audience-participation prompt for every piece. "Audience members were invited to come on the stage," says Sarah Perske, a composer and guitarist with Nebula Ensemble and its public-relations director.Officer-involved shooting in Denver shuts down stretch of East Colfax Avenue
An officer-involved shooting in Denver on Wednesday afternoon shut down a stretch of East Colfax Avenue near Quebec Street. Colfax Avenue and Quebec were closed in both directions at the intersection.Man accused of sexual assault on young girl
CENTENNIAL, Colo. A 20-year-old Denver man is suspected of sexually assaulting a young girl in a bathroom within a store at a Centennial shopping center.Thousands of Colorado teachers expected to march to the state Capitol ...
Some 600,000 students will get a day off as more than 20 districts cancel classes because of teacher walkouts Marchers with the Colorado Education Association picket outside the Colorado State Capitol building in Denver on April 16, 2018. Thousands of teachers are expected to march to the state Capitol on Thursday and Friday to demand more state funding for schools and a fix for the state's pension plan.Photos: Travel Back in Time at Denver's Oldest Mexican Restaurants
Stella Cordova opened the original Chubby's at 1231 West 38th Avenue in 1967; the place was a burger joint of the same name before that. The family that's owned Chubby's for fifty years built a new restaurant at the same address in 2016; the original building was demolished.South Broadway groups plan to paint permanent rainbow crosswalk ahead of PrideFest
Over 180 different organizations participated in the 42nd annual PrideFest Parade on June 18, 2017 in Denver. Denver PrideFest is Colorado's largest regional celebration of LGBT Pride.Exclusive: Get a First Look At Andy Mientus In the Who's Tommy at the Denver Center
BroadwayWorld has an exclusive first look at The Denver Center for the Performing Arts' star-studded production of The Who's Tommy, directed by Sam Buntrock . Based on The Who's iconic 1969 rock concept album, Tommy is an exhilarating musical about the challenges of self-discovery and the resilience of the human spirit.King Krule at The Ogden Theatre show preview
King Krule, with Standing on the Corner, Wednesday, April 25, 8 p.m., 935 E. Colfax Ave., Denver, ogdentheatre.com ou would have to go as far back as the sax-wielding James Chance & The Contortions to find a jazz-punk practitioner who's achieved any significant degree of fame, if not fortune, in the music industry. Until, that is, the emergence of King Krule.In Denver, the trend toward Mexican-inspired craft beer comes with a message
Head brewer Jason Buehler poses for a portrait at Cerveceria Colorado on Thursday, April 19, 2018. Denver Beer Co.RTD to pay $60,000 to light rail crash victim
RTD has agreed to pay a woman $60,000 after a light rail train crashed into her car and destroyed it, according to the woman's lawyer. DENVER RTD has agreed to pay a woman $60,000 after a light rail train crashed into her car and destroyed it, according to the woman's lawyer.PHOTO: Teachers hold placards during a rally outside the state Capitol, April 16, 2018, in Denver.
As thousands of Colorado school teachers get ready to descend on their state capitol this week to demand billions of dollars in education funding, lawmakers are proposing jailing them if they even consider going on strike. The proposed law pitched by two Republican legislators threatens jail time for any educator caught "directly or indirectly inducing, instigating, encouraging, authorizing, ratifying, or participating in a strike against any public school employer."Denver DA clears police officer who shot juvenile robbery suspect
Denver's district attorney has cleared a police officer who shot a juvenile robbery suspect who fled on an RTD bus and than ran from a bus stop before aiming a gun at the officer. DA Beth McCann concluded that when officer Ivan Salazar-Reyes shot a juvenile identified only as J.V. on Jan. 26 near 12015 E. 46th Avenue, he was legally justified.Denver Metro-Area Developers Embracing Modular Approach
Work is expected to begin in July on a mixed-use, 24-unit project in the 4300 block of Tennyson Street . Standard stuff in Denver's trendy Berkeley neighborhood these days, except the housing at this project will be for sale and each unit will be built in a factory in Texas , trucked up to Denver and hoisted by a crane into place atop a ground floor retail space.Warby Parker Opens in Cherry Creek This Weekend
Denver, you've waited long enough, it's time to make a spectacle of yourselves. Warby Parker is opening its first Denver location in Cherry Creek on Saturday, April 28. "Nearly six years after first stopping in Denver with our Class Trip - a mobile store in the form of a yellow school bus - we're excited to finally put down roots in such a notable junction of innovation, alongside many like-minded startups and companies we admire," said co-founder and co-CEO Neil Blumenthal.
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