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Deals: National Taco Day, Fall Fun in Denver

Did you know that Colorado has a growing wine industry? I was invited to taste the 12 wines that were selected for the 2022 Governor’s Cup Wine Collection. You can too at the Colorado UnCorked event on November 4 at the History Colorado Center. The highest standards applied to the wines all made in Colorado – these […]

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Denver Deals: Ulta, Inflatable SUP, Ski Passes & More!

I always have such an internal conflict at this time of year, I want to hang on to every moment that summer is still dishing out (okay, maybe not the 90+ degree temps), but I am teetering into the love of pumpkin spice, fall leaves, football games and sweaters. Anyone else have this conflict? RiNo […]

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Denver Deals: Taste of Colorado, RiNo Arts & More!

I’ve written about deals several times at Mici’s Italian. I was invited to try their dinner this week at their newest location at Southglenn! I’m very excited. Then we will head downtown to play a bit of putt-putt at the Pixar Putt at McGregor Square. Sounds like an awesome night out to me. Taste of […]

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Denver Children's Consignment Sale Guide: Fall 2022

Is inflation getting you down? We’re here to help Denver moms save on c hildren’s items with our Denver Children’s Consignment Sale Fall 2022 schedule! Twice a year, Mile High Mamas does a round-up detailing Colorado’s popular children’s consignment sales. Thousands of shoppers find bargains on kids’ clothing for newborn-preteen, toys, strollers, furniture, baby equipment, […]

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FREE Internet: The Best Ways to Use the Federal Affordable Connectivity Program Benefit

Qualifying households in Colorado can now get FREE internet under the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), which provides a $30 monthly credit ($75/month in Tribal lands) toward internet and mobile services. There are several great ways to stretch it. What started as emergency relief for Americans forced to work, learn and connect with loved ones remotely […]

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