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    Weekend Update: Activities to Keep the Rain Away!

    Ever hopeful for good weather, Denver by the Slice has a few suggestions for the Memorial Day weekend. Have some ice cream or gelato at Little Man, over the bridges, up the hill in the big milk can of a building behind the Olinger’s sign. Umm! Go another couple of blocks to Gallop for brunch and Denver’s finest Bloody Mary. Or, stay Downtown and get all arty at the Downtown Arts Festival today through Monday at the Pavilions, 16th Street Mall between Welton and Tremont. All media, 130 fine artists. Browse and buy! Mix in some music. Yes, it’s that time again. Denver Day of Rock! See the details and schedule here for…

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    3 Years and Seeing a Bright Future!

    On June 1, Optique of Denver, 1580 Blake Street, celebrates its 3rd Birthday with a designer trunk show throughout the afternoon and an art opening that evening. This bright, stylish optical shop covers all the best brands of eyewear and professional vision assistance. Conveniently located right between 8 Rivers and that coffee place. Drop in and wish them a Happy! And, have your eyes checked.

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    Here Comes Some Steam!

    Look for increasingly disruptive work at the intersection of 16th and Wynkoop starting May 31. XCEL is working on its steam system there through the month of June. By mid-month, there could be some total (and, we trust temporary) closures. Don’t get too hot over this!

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    Ahhh…Technology!

    Well, a feisty computer part has snuck up on The Slice and bit it right in the byte. Posts should resume later this week. Please hang around and we’ll get back to bringing you the news about living in Downtown Denver! Instead of talking with a guy on the phone about a computer. Thanks!

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    Tired of the Rain? Soak Up Some Great Jazz on Saturday!

    The 8th Annual! Saturday, starting at 1:00, an afternoon of great music, all FREE, at the Five Points Jazz Festival! Wander over to Welton Street between 26th and 29th for good food and good vibes non-stop from five different music venues.  As a special treat, you can also partake in a lecture/conversation with Jake Adam York…professor, poet, and expert on many diverse subjects…as he discusses what makes a “Jazz Standard”. With audio support, of course. You likely know Jake from his many eclectic appearances at Mixed Taste, at the Museum of Contemporary Art. His presentations are at 1:30 and 3:30 at the Blair Caldwell African American Research Library, 2401 Welton. The…