This week, co-hosts Vanessa Martinez and Ron Doyle ask local real-estate maven Rachel Hultin of Urban Niche Realty to school us on the uber-competitive rental-housing market as Vanessa launches her search for a new home.
Is Denver the best city in America to start a "Best City" list? Or raise a transgendered child? Or have second thoughts about legalized marijuana? Or select a new school mascot? We bring back the newsy bits this week to answer all of these questions and more.
On May 2nd, a new bastion will be established in the fight for fright: cloaked in white, brooding in the mountains, and full of everything that's not today's craven horror monstrosities: The Stanley Film Festival, your new Colorado home for independent horror cinema.
In my continuing quest to find the unique, the one-off, the rare, I visited Denver, Colorado which, I'm happy to report, is a veritable repository of such specimens. Here are top the five things you will only find in Denver.
Those Denver-based alt-folk rockers Churchill have a brand new single with "The War Within." This energized quintet is currently wrapping up a US college tour with Phillip Phililps and afterwards, they'll be going overseas to join P!nk's European "Truth About Love" tour.
I have become skeptical of the idea of working within the system for change, because I think the system itself is corrupted -- by money in politics, by crackpot governance and by apathy. But when things start to get even a little bit crazy, the system starts looking pretty damn good.
Last summer, Sonny Lawson Park gained some renewed energy with the installation of "Before I Die," a world-wide, interactive art piece by Candy Chang. Visitors are encouraged to pick up a piece of chalk, reflect on their lives, and share their personal aspirations in a public space.