Caterers For Denver’s Iconic Venues Open Frank’s Food and Bodega in Edgewater

On Sunday, October 4 Frank’s Food and Bodega opened in a Mostly residential section of Edgewater. Replacing the area formerly inhabited by Happy Leaf Kombucha, Frank’s serves a range of pantry items, fresh produce, locally-produced wares, pasta, meats and cold and hot foods ready to eat at home or onsite. By all outward appearances, Frank’s
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Dig Into October – What to Eat and Drink in Denver This Month

Welcome back to our monthly Dig Into Denver series. At the beginning of each month, we deliver a food and beverage-based itinerary for the best ways to eat and drink your way through the city — including what’s recently opened and what’s worth celebrating for no reason at all. Bookmark this page to reference these Denver food events all
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Colorado Venues Are Going Red Tonight to Save Its Live Event Industry

The live events industry, among the hardest to be struck by the coronavirus, is hanging on by a thread. As among the primary businesses shut down — with millions of jobs lost because of restrictions on large scale parties and no national aid in sight — amusement destinations all over the nation, are taking it
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Water World Is Now Home to a New Drive-Up COVID-19 Testing Site

Yesterday, Governor Jared Polis announced two new testing sites to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic. The first will utilize the parking lot of Water World in Adams county. Much like the Pepsi Center site, this location aims to be high volume and take on 2,500 tests a day. Polis hopes visitors will only have to wait
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What You Need to Know About Colorado’s Updated Safer at Home Order

Monday, June 1, was the tentative end date for Colorado’s “Safer at Home” phase of coronavirus measures. In a press conference this past Monday, Governor Jared Polis outlined a new plan for the updated order, now named “Safer at Home and in the Vast, Great Outdoors.”  Polis also acknowledged the death of George Floyd and
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How to Be an Anti-Racist in Denver

Recent acts of violence in the United States — both those who are being researched and those we may never understand nationally — have enraged people around the country. The result includes lots of us wondering how to proceed and protect against catastrophic events such as the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud
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Anyone With Symptoms Can Now Get a Free Drive-Up Coronavirus Test at The Pepsi Center

Tomorrow, Colorado will open its newest and largest free coronavirus testing site in the state at the Pepsi Center. Open seven days per week from 8 a.m. to 4 pm, anybody experiencing coronavirus symptoms can come get a free test. All you need to do is enroll for Denvergov.org or call 311. You do not
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Circe du Soleil Will Return to Denver in 2021 with Alegría

The coronavirus pandemic has legalized global cancellations of large scale occasions, such as 44 performances by the modern circus, Circe du Soleil. Volta, an extreme manufacturing scheduled to strike Denver on April 30, 2020, was one of those nixed 44. Though this devastating turn of events forced the Montreal-based entertainment group to lay off 95
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Justin Bieber Downright Cancels 2020 Tour, Other Touring Acts Settle For Indefinite Postponement

As the amount of verified COVID-19 instances — and associated deaths — continue to scale across the world, the date for if lifestyles and company operations will resume as regular keeps getting pushed further and further to the future. People are currently adapting to the notion that they have to stay at home for months instead
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Live Nation Commits $10 Million to its Relief Fund for Live Music Crews

Behind every artist is an throng of industry specialists, including backline technicians, audio engineers, production and tour managers, light designers, special effects teams, carpenters and much more. As follows, the widespread place closures and concert cancellations due to the spread of coronavirus directly impact the livelihoods of an entire network of people — not only
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