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Local groups Femme Left and the Denver branch of the International Socialist Organization (ISO) collaborate to educate about socialism, for liberation. Mae Black is in both organizations and each meet at The Deer Pile, above City O' City... more

Capitol Opinion

WalkDenver and Denver Vision Zero Coalition are having a pretty good year, so far. Recently, the nonprofit WalkDenver named Jill Locantore, its previous Associate Director, as Executive Director. She succeeds Gosia Kung, who stepped down in... more

Local Headlines

This March 3 through 31 celebrate women in the arts during the sixth annual Athena Project Arts Festival. Experience a Weekend of Music at Swallow Hill, World Dance, Girls Create Celebration, Plays In Progress Series, panel discussions and workshops. more

South Denver Arts & Entertainment

Why do Coloradans know so much about nature? Because we have been conducting citizen science projects for years, decades even. In fact, not just those of us living in Colorado, but people from all over the country have been... more

South Denver Lifestyle

Staffed by an army of nearly 1,000 volunteers to bolster the efforts of about 50 staff members, the Colorado Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association relies heavily on volunteers who enable the organization to provide a full range of... more

Neighborhood News and Notes

The Denver Center for the Performing Arts’ (DCPA) Off-Center, the newest and most unconventional line of programming at the DCPA, is seeking submissions of original, short plays and performance pieces by Colorado artists for production... more

Neighborhood News and Notes

Each December, we go through a flurry of gift giving with friends, family and coworkers. We also give to the numerous charitable organizations who depend upon contributions to fulfill their mission. Just last month, more than $36 million was... more

Capitol Lifestyle

Though many of us in Colorado long for snow, for others winter is a season to endure. Seasonal Affective Disorder burgeons with the short, cold days. Melancholy and lethargy can become part of the wintertime psyche just as predictably as wool... more

South Denver Lifestyle

Each December we go through a flurry of gift giving with friends, family and coworkers. We also give to the numerous charitable organizations who depend upon contributions to fulfill their mission. Just last month, more than $36 million was raised... more

South Denver Lifestyle

Like working with youth? Want to impart some of your career wisdom? Goodwill Industries of Denver is seeking volunteer mentors to work at South High School. Goodwill’s Group Mentoring Program is designed to increase youth’s self-awareness, job... more

Neighborhood News and Notes

With the changing of the seasons comes the changing of our routines. Colder weather and shorter days are an opportunity to slow down and enjoy the things most precious to us—friends, family and the unique features of our Front Range home. more

Capitol Lifestyle

With the changing of the seasons comes the changing of our routines. Colder weather and shorter days are an opportunity to slow down and enjoy the things most precious to us—friends, family and the unique features of our Front Range home. more

South Denver Lifestyle

According to Charity Navigator, December is the month in which human beings are the most generous. In 2016, 31 percent of annual giving occurred in the month of December and 12 percent of annual giving occurred during the last three days of the year. more

Capitol Opinion

The 125-year mark is no small achievement for any institution. But to spend those 125 years breaking new ground? That perhaps casts a different light on a legacy. Iliff School of Theology has entered its 126th year, and like many theological... more

South Denver Education News

Colorado Gives Day is closer than you think—schedule your donations now. Colorado Gives Day will be held on Friday, Dec. 5 this year, beginning at 12:00a.m. The one day event is a statewide movement to increase online giving and is held to allow more

Neighborhood News and Notes

Colorado Gives Day will be held on Friday, Dec. 5 this year, beginning at 12:00a.m. The one-day event is a statewide movement to increase online giving and is held to allow Coloradans to more easily give to over 2,000 nonprofits of their choice... more

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The Board of Trustees of the Museo de las Americas selected Claudia Moran-Pichardo as its new Executive Director.  She assumes the position vacated by Maruca Salazar who will retire after serving Museo de las Americas and the Denver community for... more

Neighborhood News and Notes

The annual Coats for Colorado coat drive kicks off on Sunday, Oct. 1 and runs through Thursday, Nov. 30, with multiple drop off locations throughout the metro area, including all Dependable Cleaners locations. On Saturday, Nov. 12, you can also... more

Neighborhood News and Notes

The annual Coats for Colorado coat drive kicks off on Sunday, Oct. 1 and runs through Thursday, Nov. 30, with multiple drop off locations throughout the metro area, including all Dependable Cleaners locations. On Saturday, Nov. 12, you can also... more

Neighborhood News and Notes

Until she turned seven this year, birthdays came with a cost for Audra. She would eat cake and drink juice and savor that center-of-attention joy. Within a matter of hours, invariably, she would throw up. Gabby Ettinger, Audra's mother, was... more

Capitol Lifestyle