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Nick Schelke

The University of Denver has stellar academics, championship-caliber athletics’ programs and accomplished alumni. But in terms of renewable energy generation on campus, DU has rightfully earned the distinction of last place in the state of Colorado. more

WASHINGTON PARK PROFILE

Time can turn elastic in performance art, and if the mood is right it can feel like one is meandering through shifting societal eras in the span of one evening. more

South Denver Arts & Entertainment

The price of great cell phone coverage might become more dear for residents of one Denver neighborhood—but not in dollars and cents. On Thursday, Feb. 11, the Kirk of Bonnie Brae United Church of Christ held a public meeting to discuss. more

WASHINGTON PARK PROFILE

Matt Brown and Greg Reish celebrated the release of their first collaborative album, Speed the Plow, with a multi-set concert combining astounding musical craftsmanship and a deep anthropological knowledge of source material. more

South Denver Arts & Entertainment

Denver’s Community Planning and Development Department along with Civitas Consultants LLC held the final public meeting concerning the I-25 and Broadway Station Area Plan Wednesday, Dec. 16, at Mckinley-Thatcher Elementary School. more

Government News

Denver’s got the blues, and it ain’t no part time gig. On a chilly November evening I stopped by the timeless Skylark Lounge on South Broadway (skylarklounge.com) to check out the Delta Sonics, Colorado’s premiere blues act. more

South Denver Arts & Entertainment