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June is Bike Month! Join In!

Cars like bikes. At least, these cars do. eGo CarShare has a special offer for its members…during June, Bike Month. They’ll give you a $10 usage credit for each of these bicycle organizations that you join in June. That’s a fine gesture of cooperative promotion from groups seeking to actually reduce the number of cars on the roads. The Denver groups involved in this promotion include Denver B-Cycle, The Bike Depot, Park Hill and BikeDenver. Information…

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How to Round Out Your Wednesday This Week!

Wednesday, June 22 is National Bike to Work Day. And, Denver, being a very bike-friendly city, has lots of activities scheduled. One, of interest to Downtown residents, is the annual “Bike From Work Bash” at Cactus Communications, 15th and Little Raven. It’s a convenient stop on the way home…and the beer is free!  From 5 until 9. Apply your brakes here. Then, what better to do after a couple of beers, than to try to…

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“The Streets Will Open Up Beneath Your Feet!”

After a weekend of baseball, PrideFest and heavy eating with Dad, watch out for some major street closures starting on Monday. First, though, comes Fathers’ Day. Judging by the number of semi-trailers unloading at Fogo de Chao today, much meat will be consumed. For those Dads looking for a really good deal, though,  how about “FREE”, as that’s how entrees for Dads are priced at the Highland Tap and Burger. All day. Free entrees for…

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Welcome to Our New Weekly Feature: Talking Points!

Each week, we’ll introduce you to someone you may, or may not know who lives in Downtown Denver. And, each week, we’ll ask that person five questions…always the same. But, we’re sure to get a lot of different answers! Each week’s interviewee will be archived on the page titled “Talking Points” at the top of this site. Let us know what you think. Meet Ayn Fox, the Catalyst of the Creativity Lab, her business where…

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Join Us for Brunch This Saturday!

Once again, Translations Gallery owner Judy Hagler is hosting a Saturday Brunch With the Artists! Come by between 11 and 2 this Saturday, June 18 and visit with artists from the current exhibition, “Figuratively Speaking” running through July 2. We wrote about the opening here at Denver by the Slice. “The brunch atmosphere is very relaxing and conversation comes easily…about the art and with the artists,” Hagler said. What she hasn’t told you is that she…

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Ted Larsen Showing at Robischon

Now through July 16, Robischon Gallery, 1740 Wazee, presents “Rejoinder,” its first solo exhibition by New Mexico artist Ted Larsen. “Larsen’s newest work offers a unique response to overt conversations in art,” according to the Gallery. In his sculptures, Larsen continues to use re-purposed materials to create geometric abstractions. In other works, he mixes steel planes, aluminum edging and specially mixed enamels to create subtle and more apparent optical illusions. In the remondeled auxilliary space…

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