Christkindl Market

For hundreds of years, Winter Markets have been held in Germany and other parts of Europe as a means to celebrate the Christmas season and bring light to the darkest …

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The Sights of 14th street

Over the last several months on my commute to and from work, I began to notice something very interesting. Along 14th street in Downtown Denver, I began to notice various …

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Washington Park Exploration

City dwellers have been drawn to city parks for as long as cities and their parks have existed. City parks are a good way to escape from the noise and …

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Lego’s at the Zoo

There is an exhibit going on at the Denver Zoo that has a selection of life-sized and above animals made out of Lego’s scattered about the zoo. The Zoo in …

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Autumn Adventure

Happy October! All around the city and state, the yellows, oranges, and reds of fall are slowly creeping into the greens of the leafy trees. There are so many places …

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Mythic Creatures

Do you have a child that likes to frequently ask you why? Or do they ask you about how things in the world work? Instead of answering their questions right …

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Flower Furniture

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to shrink down to the height of a crayon and live in a garden with the flowers as your furniture? If …

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Cherry Creek Arts Festival

Out and About This weekend is the Cherry Creek Arts Festival. This is a fun festival to see art, eat delicious food, and listen to great music.  It runs from …

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Chalk Arts Festival

Out and About This coming weekend is the Chalk Art Festival. It will take place in Downtown Denver on Larimer square. To find further details please visit their website: http://www.larimerarts.org/festival-info/denver-chalk-art-festival/. …

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