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Now Showing on Wynkoop Street!

Even with the slumping economy, not to mention the slumping baseball team, it’s good to see new developments in the Historic District. Here are two. Four years after the exit of the Colorado Saddlery Company from their LoDo historic building, the renovations to same are nearly complete. Over 150 windows have been removed and replaced to meet historic guidelines. New street level doors and windows have been recovered from the original brick structure. An undergound…

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Getting Around…Walk Here. Ride There.

“I thought of that while riding my bicycle.” —Albert Einstein Denver is a very bicycle friendly place. Trails and bike routes cover the city and suburbs. They are less clear Downtown. But, they exist…along with a few rules…in the urban core as well. We want to talk about bicycles on the sidewalks. Not legal. Back in a moment. Kudos to Sage Hospitality! Last week they announced they had purchased annual memberships in Denver B-Cycle, the…

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Weekend Update…Activities to Make You All-a-Twitter!

Finally, Spring arrives in Denver this weekend. And, since you don’t have anything else to do…here are some of the many choices for Downtown activity. Start with art! Tonight, from 5-8, plan on attending the Broadway Corridor Public Artwork Dedication. Yes, you can have a beer! It all takes place at Plus Gallery, under the able direction of Ivar Zeile, 2501 Larimer. Read about it, and tell them you’re coming, here at the Facebook Page…

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Mid-Week Notes, High and Low

Now that we all feel safer…after all, the election is mostly over…a little catching up to do. The Lower Downtown Neighborhood Association (LoDoNA) has, indeed, reached an agreement with the Rio Grande about that patio expansion you read about here. “We think it will work out,” said Jim McCotter of the Good Neighbor Committee. And, that celebration of Bob Montgomery’s 75th at Dazzle? Fantastic. Not just 25 musicians but well over 36 of the best.…

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