We are excited to see our young community hanging out at the 29th Ave. Town Center, the West Crescent and Founders Green.
Screenagers is a one-hour documentary that covers internet, video game and social media use by pre-teens and teenagers and how parents can empower kids to best navigate the digital world.
One of the most striking features of Denver Zoo’s newly opened tiger exhibit, The Edge, is the metal mesh catwalk that arches above the visitor viewing area.
Denver, with an estimated population of 682, 500, saw at least 15 percent of that number packed into Civic Center Park for the Women’s March.
Signs that this presidential inauguration had energized Denver were strikingly evident downtown and in our NE quadrant. Within a four-and-a-half mile radius of city park, seven public events drew over 122,000 people in a 12-day period.
Public officials and dignitaries representing Denver and Colorado at the annual MLK Marade honored Dr. King with stories about him and reminded the crowd to take inspiration from his work. But the speeches on this cold snowy day reflected a new urgency to work together and a concern that progress that has been made may be at risk.
Come and see Stapleton MCA’s newest indoor event venue at 8371 Northfield Blvd.!
The Second Annual Harvesting Hope 5K Stapleton Turkey Trot will be held Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 24 at Stapleton’s Central Park.
Fredric Arnold was 19 years old when Pearl Harbor was bombed and he joined the military and he made a vow to remember the many soldiers who perished in the war. Now at age 90+ he has completed a statue commemorating their valiant efforts—on display at Wings Over the Rockies Museum.
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