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  • Free Self Defense Seminars

    Colorado Krav Maga Kicks Off Sex Assault Awareness Month by Hosting a Free Women’s Self Defense Seminar.  The event is tomorrow, April 22nd, from 11am to 130pm at 5200 Broadway.  Denver and surrounding residents interested in learning how to prevent and defend themselves from sexual assault by using Krav Maga, a form of self-defense created by the Israeli Military.  On Saturdays throughout April 2017, the Professional Trainers at  Colorado Krav Maga Training Centers will be hosting 4 FREE Women’s Self […]

  • Food Truck Friday: Ohana Denver Asian American Fusion

    Check out Ohana Denver Asian American Fusion food truck. It’s the newest Denver Food Truck to hit the streets serving a contemporary fusion menu inspired by Hawaiian cuisine.

  • Colorado’s Eco-Friendly Companies

    Saturday, April 22 is Earth Day! Heather Smith with theHAUTEbar  shares some Colorado companies changing the way products are made, from conventional to sustainable, as well as some eco-conscious initiatives these brands are activating to make Colorado a greener state! Earth Day is all about realizing things you can do for our environment now and for future generations — while still living fabulous and having fun doing it, of course!   Living EcoLuxe in your home. Pangea Organics [Boulder] Canadian […]

  • From Project Runway Junior to New York Fashion Week

    Fort Collins designer Molly O’Brien is a high school senior who starred on the second season of the hit reality television show, Project Runway Jr.  She was elminated from the competition just before the “Race to the Finale” episode. O’Brien showcased some of her designs at New York Fashion Week.

  • Here she is, Miss Colorado USA

    Miss Colorado USA Sabrina Janssen, Miss Colorado USA leaves next week for the pageant in Las Vegas. She is a body activist who speaks to young women about body image and eating disorders. She hopes to share and inspire others on her story and personal struggles. Not only is she an activist, but she is also a first generation high school graduate- which is one of her proudest accomplishments.

  • Tomer’s Trails: Couloir Season

    COLORADO – Couloir season is a narrow window of time between April and June (sometimes July).  A lot of snow melts off the high peaks as Springtime temperatures warm, but some remains tucked into mountainsides and it’s climbable with the right equipment. Weather is critical to couloir season.  You want your crampons to bite and that requires firm snow.  That requires daytime temperatures above freezing with subfreezing nighttime temperatures. Couloir season is rarely about the summit.  It’s about the route, […]

  • Colorado’s Environmentally Friendly Companies

    Chelsea Vurciaga from the Natural Products Network shows us some Earth friendly Colorado Companies. To celebrate Earth Day, Pangea Organics  has joined forces with One Tree Planted, a highly regarded non-profit organization focused on global reforestation, to reforest 100 acres in the Fourmile Canyon burn area on Earth Day, April 22, 2017. PACT Organic makes amazing clothes for every member of the family featuring organic cotton, which is a great choice for the environment. Bhakti Chai sources only high-quality, premium […]

  • Film on the Rocks releases its summer schedule

    Denver Film Society and Denver Arts & Venues announced the line-up for the 2017 edition of Film on the Rocks. The 18th season includes nine events throughout the summer. Each film is preceded by a live concert and local comedian, courtesy of Comedy Works. The season kicks off on May 15 with a tenth-anniversary screening of SUPERBAD and ends on Monday September 11 with TWISTER – in memoriam of Bill Paxton. On Thursday, May 25, Film on the Rocks – in partnership with SeriesFest – presents the […]

  • Denver’s Neighborhood Nicknames

    Ernie Bjorkman takes a look at some of the nicknames for Denver’s neighborhoods. A lot of newcomers and even some old timers are having a tough time with Denver’s new nicknames for neighborhoods. And some who grew up in these neighborhoods have a hard time accepting the new names. Denver is getting like New York City which has names such as SoHo and Dumbo and we’re jumping on the bandwagon. LoDo has been around for a while, since the 1980’s […]

  • How to deck out your deck

    Its time to turn your focus from the inside of your home to the outside. Hilary Oswald from 5280’s Home issue shows us how to deck out our deck. You don’t have to break the bank to spruce up your outdoor space, instead make a few changes to transform your deck while saving big time! Hilary suggests using beverage dispensers, trays to carry drinks and use as added decoration. Update your outdoor linens and add some fun outdoor pillows and […]

  • Fashion do’s and don’ts

    Jen Schrock Style Educator from Style Education shows us some of the do’s and don’ts for fashion this spring.

  • Cherry Cricket reopens for business

    The Cherry Cricket—Denver’s renowned burger and Colorado craft beer restaurant located in Cherry Creek North— reopened for business on April 11th. The restaurant was closed for repairs after a kitchen fire in November 2016. To celebrate the reopening, The Cherry Cricket crew will be hosting special events April 11-16.   Tuesday, April 11 – To kick off the festivities, The Cricket will host a ribbon cutting at 11 a.m. to officially reopen the restaurant. They will be serving complimentary cake […]