K1 Speed Races Into Littleton

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Littleton, Colorado is getting more attraction with the addition of K1 Speed. We chat with owners David & Susan Danglard who started the concept in 2003 by following their passion for racing. Q: How did the idea of K1 Speed come to be?  David and Susan Danglard founded K1 Speed in 2003, after making a […]

Don’t Be A Grinch, Get To Denver’s Buell Theatre!

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Dear Miss Cindy Lou Who, I would never believe you were just 8 years old! Who’d believe it? Two years away from being a decade old and already with so much on Denver’s Biggest Stage. What’s behind this sweet little treasure? Her name is Raleigh Shuch. She’ s a Kentucky girl and now lives in […]

KOTA Longboards Leads Longboarding Industry + Q&A With Founder

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  When Mike Maloney saw a longboard skateboard in a local bike shop several years ago he was instantly intrigued but saw several things he would do differently on the design end. As an engineer, it was a natural instinct. And perfect timing as he had just lost his job as CEO of an energy […]

Music of All Generatios: Jersey Boys Plays in Denver Through Dec. 14

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  Limited on theatre performances and musicals you will shell out the cash and time for? You may want to rethink your strategy and head out to see Jersey Boys playing at the Denver’s Buell Theatre through Dec. 14. The show, which tells the story of Rock & Roll icons of the Four Seasons, is […]

From Uncertainty to Stardom: Jelly Cafe + Q&A With Owners

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Owners of the Jelly Cafe and husband and wife team, Josh Epps and Christina Smith, opened this happening brunch spot after realizing there was a need for mom and pop style eateries in the city.  “We always saw a long line at Watercourse Foods during brunch. But they didn’t serve bacon,” laughs Josh. Jelly goes […]

The Perfect Weekend in Denver With Trip Television

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Our perfect weekend  in Denver starts at  Red Rocks and continues to see lions and tigers and bears, to the dance floor and to a secret bar. But not before catching sunrise from a hot air balloon, exploring art and cycling to a brewery.  Check out the video here. First, think of the best place you […]

The Rescue of Denver’s Mayan Theatre

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  When attorney Chris Citron received a phone call asking her to help save the Mayan Theatre on South Broadway, her passion for preservation fueled her. It was February of 1984 and the art deco Mayan, built in 1930, came close to falling to a wrecking ball. The then-owner, an out-of-state bank, had every intention […]

Inside Patsy’s Inn: Denver’s Little Italy + Video

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Not many people know that Denver has it’s own Little Italy. And at the core of it, is a classic mom and pop joint place called Patsy’s Inn, which is Denver’s longest running Italian restaurant. It’s the kind of place you find super thick homemade noodles and an even thicker marinara sauce topped with heavy […]

Forbidden Broadway Takes Stage at Denver’s Garner Galleria

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It’s an all local cast for Forbidden Broadway: Alive & Kicking now playing at Denver’s Garner Galleria Theater through March 15. The show creates amusing and hilarious lyrics to poke fun fun musicals that include The Book of Mormon, Lion King, Phantom of the Opera, Marry Poppins, Avenue Q, Wicked, Les Miserables, Pippin and a […]

Q&A Pastry Chef Watercourse Foods

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Rachel Kesley of Watercourse Foods talks to us about the Denver culinary scene. Read on to find out about her biggest kitchen mishap and how she ended up cooking for Prince. Carri: What trends do you notice in Denver food scene? Rachel:I see a lot more of the farm to table and using the whole […]