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Located exactly one mile above sea level, the 'Mile High' city is just 15 miles east of the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Founded as a mining town back in the 1850's, its economy, and size, grew on the local mining industry. It's also the only city to decline hosting an Olympic Games after being awarded them.

Population: 610345
Local Newspapers: Denver Post
Local Sports Teams: Denver/Colorado: Broncos Rockies Nuggets Rapids and Avalanche
Local Colleges: University of Colorado Colorado School of Mines

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As age-55-plus Fairway Villas nears closeout at Green Valley Ranch,...

Oakwood's Charles Roberts shows one of two low-maintenance "bungalow" designs, set to deliver early this winter as part of Fairway Villas' closeout. At Fairway Villas in Green Valley Ranch - where cleverly designed ranch models have sold like hotcakes for their reasonable prices and their age-55-plus neighborhood amenities - only a single component was missing that some downsizing homebuyers are anxious to find now.

Torchy's Tacos on Broadway in Denver has liquor license suspended

A sign hang inside Torchy's Tacos on Broadway in Denver after the restaurant got its liquor license suspended. Folks chowing down at the Torchy's Tacos eatery on Broadway near downtown Denver won't be able to wash down the spicy fare with beer, wine or cocktails.

Reminder: Denver Meet-Up on Sunday

Hello Juicers, how about Denver area get-together at Rosita's on Sunday, October 22nd? I will make reservations the day before, and try to scare up some green balloons to mark our table. We are planning on 5 pm since some of you have a drive.

Elevating architecture and design in Denver - LIV Sotheby's...

It is becoming increasingly difficult to pass through any one of Denver's neighborhoods without spotting an increasing number of homes that demonstrate stand-out residential design. One Hilltop home illuminating this trend will be on display at the 2017 Denver Designer Show House, an event sponsored by LIV Sotheby's International Realty that supports Children's Hospital Colorado.

Wit's End Brewing Will Close Its Taproom, Move In With Strange Craft

Two of the founding fathers of Denver's current brewery taproom scene will join forces at the end of the year when Wit's End Brewing closes its taproom and moves into Strange Craft Beer Company 's space at 1330 Zuni Street, where both companies will operate side by side. Tyler Bies, who has been brewing at Wit's End for several years now, will take on the job as head brewer for both beer makers.

Ex-KOA Host Steffan Tubbs: Charges Dropped, Calls Himself a Victim

Steffan Tubbs , former host of KOA's Colorado Morning News , who was let go by the station following his late July arrest on suspicion of domestic violence, disturbance by phone , has revealed that charges against him were dropped yesterday, October 19. He did so in a tweet in which he called himself a domestic violence victim. As we've reported, Tubbs's departure from KOA brought to an end his long association with the station.

100 Colorado Ceatives 4.0: Kali Fajardo-Anstine

Denver fiction author Kali Fajardo-Anstine draws from her centuries-old Colorado heritage, breathing life into her Chicana characters with the assurance of someone who's lived it. With stories in print nationally in a number of literary reviews, and residencies at Yaddo, Hedgebrook and Hub City Press under her belt, Fajardo-Anstine now has a novel and short-story collection forthcoming from the Random House's newly revived One World imprint, under the editorial leadership of publishing-world phenom Chris Jackson.

How a simple pedestrian bridge is making a huge impact in the RiNo Art District

A new pedestrian bridge, pictured Aug. 16, 2017, is now open to the public on Blake Street between 35th and 36th streets in Denver. A new pedestrian bridge, pictured Aug. 16, 2017, is now open to the public on Blake Street between 35th and 36th streets in Denver.

Seicento Baroque Ensemble revives German music from 1600s

The Seicento Baroque Ensemble plans to open its two-concert season this weekend.

Looking for pizza in Denver? Here's a great place to start

Andrew Dunlop tosses dough as he prepares it for topping at Denver Pizza Company in Denver, Colorado on Dec. 21, 2016. Denver Pizza Company offers a variety of pies for take out or delivery.

Renters will feel pain in the pocketbook if Colorado lands Amazon's second HQ, Apartment List says

Cranes tower over the new Riverview building under construction in the 1700 block of Platte Street as Denver's skyline continues to change, March 03, 2017. Those opposed have named several concerns about the addition of 50,000 Amazon employees and 66,250 supplementary workers, including rising rents.

GO Bond: The Library Is Denver's Largest Day Center. Just Don't Call It That.

The GO Bond package, billed as "a plan to repair and improve Denver's infrastructure," is broken up into seven categories, labeled 2A through 2G: transportation and mobility systems; cultural facilities, which include the city's biggest museums, the Denver Botanic Gardens, the Denver Zoo and the Denver Center for the Performing Arts; Denver Health, which would get a $75,000,000 outpatient ambulatory center; the public-safety system, which would improve and replace some police headquarters and fire stations; libraries; parks and recreation; and the public facilities system. They are listed individually on the ballot, so that voters can pick and choose.

The Ten Best EDM Shows in Denver This Fall

In Colorado, summer is known as the season for all stripes of electronic music because of the nonstop festivals, outdoor concerts and Red Rocks shows, but cooler weather and spookier vibes mean even more great shows in our city's wildest clubs and warehouse spaces. Here are a few of the upcoming, not-to-miss electronic music events in the coming months.

Multiple victims injured in west Denver shooting, police mum on details

The shooting happened near West 14th Avenue and Federal Boulevard, according to an 11:19 p.m. tweet by the Denver police department. Police did not say how serious the injuries to victims were and whether a suspect or suspects have been arrested.

EPA chief's Colorado trip at the center of Democrats' accusations that he misused taxpayer funds

Top-ranking Congressional Democrats are calling on a federal watchdog to review whether Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt broke the law by making a video for a private group opposing an Obama-era clean-water rule. Pruitt flew to Colorado for an August event organized by the National Cattlemen's Beef Association, an industry trade association representing cattle producers.

Denver Self-Storage Developer Takes His Own Life at 49

Denver-based real estate developer Eric H. Bush, whose projects included self-storage, died Oct. 7 from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to the Arapahoe County, Colo., Coroner's Office. Bush founded Bush Development Inc. in 1992 and specialized in building self-storage and small retail centers in the Denver area.

Wooing Amazon with sun, fun ... and giant buttons

In this Saturday, June 24, 2017, file photo, volunteers lead a large rainbow banner during a gay pride parade in St. Petersburg, Fla. Most bidders for Amazon's second headquarters are highlighting their city's diversity and openness.

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