Category Archives: Travel

Shotgun Willie’s Extended Closing Hours Get Media Attention

by Glen Richardson Glendale staple Shotgun Willie’s is now open and will be serving liquor until 4 a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights thanks to a new Common Consumption law (C.R.S. 12-47-103 et seq.) passed by the legislature in 2011. State Senator Pat Steadman, a sponsor of the 2011 law that paved the way for…
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Dance Studio Moves From Cherry Creek North To Glendale

by Mark Smiley The award-winning Bella Diva Dance is moving from Cherry Creek North to Glendale after four years at 3rd and Clayton. “It was great working with the city of Glendale. Obtaining permits is easier in a smaller city. There was not a lot of red tape,” said Caitlin Brozna-Smith, owner and founder of…
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The Many Looks Of Ken Horwege

by Mark Smiley Ken Horwege is a legend in the local newspaper scene in the Cherry Creek Valley having started with the iconic Up the Creek newspaper in 1974, as one of publisher Stan Janiak’s first employees. Utilizing his skills learned as an Air Force captain in charge of public affairs he became the newspaper’s…
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The Controversial Chihuly Exhibit Hits Botanic Gardens

Denver Botanic Gardens has presented the Rocky Mountain Region’s first major outdoor exhibition of artwork by celebrated American artist Dale Chihuly. The exhibition is on view at the York Street (1007 York Street in Denver) location until November 30, 2014. Informed by nature, each installation responds to surrounding plants, flowers and architecture. The exhibit has…
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