Don’t worry. Those cheerleaders on the corner, under your window…the band at the intersection on Blake Street…they’ll all be gone early in the day. This year’s version of the very corporate Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon starts at the Civic Center with a bike ride beginning at 6:45 and the actual running starting at 7:15. By [...]
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We’ll miss the space, but maybe not the sign. And, we certainly won’t miss these signs so ubiquitous around the Union Station construction. If you’re wondering why all this stuff about “missing”, here’s a link to the post from yesterday.
The 5th annual LoDo Loft Tour to benefit Family HomeStead takes place this coming Sunday from 2 to 5. It starts at The Wynkoop Banquet Room – 1792 Wynkoop Street – and 5 unique homes will be open for just $20 per person! You can pre-pay online or pay at the start. Other homes on [...]
Well, our lonely tower crane from last Friday’s post has company today. That’s it, going up in the distance, just next to Union Station. But, that was bound to happen. What we did not know until today is this hot flash. And, it’s a good day for a hot flash. Finally, after all these years [...]
Paintings from the series “Polareyes” fill the space at one of Lower Downtown’s newer galleries, Artistica at 1720 Wazee. Gallery owner Marco Miani says, “Charron’s works are unique. They stand far out from the usual western landscapes and take a much closer view of the elements.” Artistica is open Tuesday through Saturday, from 10-6. And, [...]
The block of Blake Street between 15th Street and the 16th Street Mall is shaping up to be a new urban battleground. With neighbor fighting neighbor for their dining dollars. What a difference a year makes. Not long ago, the block sported an eclectic mix of ethnic restaurants with something for everybody. Now, there is [...]