There was fanfare accompanying its debut, but before that it had angered downtown Denver hotels, survived numerous legal challenges, and cost hundreds of millions in tax incentives.
As Denver grew up as a city, forces ranging from the red light district to the Platte River shaped how the city's streets were made.
It’s been hard to ignore “National Velvet” since it was installed in 2008.
The D, F, H and L lines will all be closed Sept. 14-24 for rail line replacements.
“We feel the art excites people, it disarms them and it sort of makes them ready for the conversation,” says David Ehrlich of the Denver Theatre District.
The second annual Supernova Outdoor Digital Animation Festival will screen videos from around the world this weekend.
The Mile High City will host the National Poetry Slam every five years now, a role that will elevate the city’s poetry profile.
Two years ago, the Denver library didn’t have a social worker on staff. Now it’s becoming a lot more common position for libraries.
More than 30 cranes dot Denver's downtown skyline — many building new residences. From their vantage point, the crane operators see a new city taking shape.
Denver's library is one of the first to carry Narcan, the brand name for Naloxone, a medication used to reverse an opioid overdose.