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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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DCPA's Off-Center Announces Selections And Finalists For...

Off-Center, the most unconventional line of programming at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts is proud to announce the selections for Bite-Size, an evening of original, short plays and performance pieces by Colorado artists, presented at BookBar and directed by Meridith C. Grundei. Each of the five selected works will be awarded $1,000 and produced as part of an evening of micro theatre that will run for 24 performances at BookBar October 23 - November 18, 2018.

Denver DA calls police shooting involving son and elderly father a "great tragedy"

Standing in the threshold of a south Denver home in February, Denver police officer Tom Weis faced a volatile and dangerous situation as he pleaded with a 52-year-old man who was pointing a gun at his elderly father's head. Weis was justified in shooting and killing Peter Le when he started a countdown and then leaned toward his father, indicating he was going to shoot, District Attorney Beth McCann wrote in a letter clearing Weis of criminal charges in the Feb. 13 police shooting shooting at a home in the 2200 block of South Clermont Street .

Tres Chiles Opens Breezy Mexican Eatery on Tennyson Street

The transformation of a Berkeley real estate office in an old Denver home into a modern Mexican restaurant took a little over two years, but Tres Chiles is finally open at 3900 Tennyson Street. Tres Chiles was built by owner Nicolas Medina; the restaurant was unveiled earlier this month for soft openings but is now in full swing - just in time for warm spring weather.

Inmate escapes from Denver prison

According to a release from the agency, Sean Garcia escaped from the state prison facility near Havana Street and Smith Road by climbing a perimeter fence around 8 a.m. Garcia was serving time for weapons and theft charges out of Rio Blanco County. His Parole eligibility date was in January, and his mandatory release date was Sep. 2 of this year, according to the DOC.

Denver man who killed neighbor after drunken fight on New Year's Day sentenced

A Denver man who shot and killed his neighbor following a drunken argument has been sentenced to 32 years in prison. Espinosa had originally been charged with first-degree murder in the death of 35-year-old Hugo Ramirez, who lived across the hallway in the Loretto Heights apartments at 3400 S. Lowell Blvd. in Denver.

Sur Ellz Needed Surgery, but He Played UMS Instead

Sur Ellz : "A week before the show, I decided to celebrate by going roller skating, which is something I loved to do. Well, I was skating away when I was accidentally tripped by another skater.

These Producers Are Blurring the Lines Between Beer and Wine

Beer is beer, and wine is wine, but thanks to some adventurous Colorado breweries and wineries these two distinct beverage worlds are meeting in some very tasty combinations. Wineries and cideries are experimenting with hops typically reserved for beer, while breweries are incorporating wine must in their brewing process or aging their beers in wine barrels.

Denver's Top Thai Restaurants

Thai cuisine has a long tradition of considering health as one of the main concerns when developing a dish. Many elements are tossed together - meats, spices, a plethora of vegetables - so much so, that to the untrained eye dishes can appear disordered, even unapproachable.

Inside Michael Hancock's High-Society Fundraiser for His Re-election

It turns out that Mayor Michael Hancock is no more immune to Denver's traffic quagmire than the rest of us. He arrived about thirty minutes into a campaign fundraiser thrown for him on Friday, May 18, by former U.S. Secretary of the Interior and Colorado attorney general Ken Salazar.

The Ten Best Dishes From a Year of Exploring Havana Street

Eating my way up and down Havana Street - a delicious endeavor I just finished - took nearly a year. Not everyone has the time or inclination to follow in my footsteps, though, so to save you time, I've narrowed my findings down to a list of must-try dishes and the places you'll find them.

A New American Restaurant is Coming to Cherry Creek This Summer

Narrative, a modern American restaurant, will open this summer on Milwaukee Street in Cherry Creek. And the man behind its eclectic menu is no stranger to Denver.

Mark Antonation a Finalist in Association of Food Journalist Awards

Antonation's first contributions to Westword were the comments he made on our Food & Drink posts, as "Mantonation." Those were so erudite and entertaining that we urged Antonation to start contributing stories , then hired him as our full-time Food & Drink editor three years ago.

As compliance program deadline looms, homeowners in deed-restricted...

Since compliance program letters went out more than 6 weeks ago, 149 of 301 homeowners has begun working with the city; 14 have solved their issues It's been more than six weeks since Denver officials mailed letters to 301 homeowners officials identified as living outside the rules of the city's Affordable Housing Ownership Program in one way or another. Those letters offered the recipients the opportunity to work with the city to get on the right side of regulations or risk "further legal recourse."

Having alcohol at CSU just got a little easier

Having alcohol at Colorado State University, other events just got easier The deregulation will allow more flexibility to municipalities, Colorado State University and other colleges throughout Colorado Check out this story on As Fort Collins brewers and distillers gathered at the Lincoln Center on Friday morning for the inaugural CSU-hosted Liquid Arts Forum, Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper signed a bill into law that deregulates parts of the industry. "We already have a liquor license for specific parts of campus, but this now gives us more flexibility," said Jeff Callaway, director of fermentation science at CSU.

Reader: Denver Is Criminally Devoid of Places to Eat After 10 p.m.

Denver doesn't have a reputation as a city for night owls, but some kitchens burn the midnight oil long after last call at the city's bars. We recently cruised through several neighborhoods to capture the late-night scene at spots that keep the party going with pizza, pancakes, burgers, gyros, doughnuts and other craveable fare.

Colorado coalition to rally support for sales tax hike for transportation on fall ballot

The Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce and a large coalition of groups from around Colorado will push to get a .62 percent, 20-year sales tax increase on this fall's ballot, asking voters to fund billions of dollars worth of transportation infrastructure projects. The ballot measure is meant to address a shortfall in transportation infrastructure investment that has become a pressing issue for business and civic leaders who are concerned that traffic congestion and inadequate infrastructure will undercut Colorado's economic growth.

Review - The First 303 Music Fest Proved Denver Has Local Talent to Worship

The first annual 303 Music Fest was a spiritual experience for the Denver scene. The party took place at The Church Nightclub - a historic building in Capitol Hill - where the stained glass windows framed two stages and a silent disco.

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