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Colorado Livin’

25 Unique Lodging Spots That Take the Colorado Adventure Indoors

 From the Rockies Playground to the Pioneering Plains, it’s no secret Colorado boasts an array of outdoor activities. What may surprise Colorado travelers is the diverse range of lodging options across the Centennial State; from solar-powered huts and hip hostels to cabin living and overnight accommodations in a jail, train station or castle. shared […]

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Top holiday events at Colorado's 21 ski resorts!

In case you were holding off on scheduling your holiday Christmas vacation to ensure Colorado will have snow, don’t delay! After a Thanksgiving weekend filled with snowfall and with more snow expected through the beginning and middle of December, the holiday season is fast approaching in Colorado. Colorado’s resorts are ready to greet guests with […]

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Horseshoe Market at Belmar: Shop, Ice Skate & Visit Santa!

Let’s get this holiday party started!  The Horseshoe Market, Denver’s premier indie craft and flea market, has a new home at Belmar’s shopping district in Lakewood and it’s bigger and better than ever! With 27,000-square feet of indoor space EVERY weekend from Dec 8 to December 23, there will be 70+ vendors at each market […]

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Denver Arts Week includes FREE night at the museums

Denver Arts Week, Nov. 2-10, 2018, is a nine-day celebration of all things art in The Mile High City, featuring more than 300 events at a wide variety of art galleries, museums, theaters and concert halls, many of which are deeply discounted.  Read more about their: Programs Denver’s On-stage Deals Events Free night at the […]

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30 fun things to do in Denver this weekend

October is one of Denver’s most glorious times of the year! Don’t miss Enchanted Hollows, Nitro Circus: You Got This, pumpkin patches and more. See our event calendar for full listings. Go, Dog. Go!at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center Sept 15– Oct 13 P.D. Eastman’s classic children’s book comes to life on stage in […]

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Colorado’s child poverty rate reaches lowest level since 2002, progress on health coverage stalls

Data released last week from the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey show that Colorado’s child poverty rate fell to 12 percent in 2017, down from 13 percent in 2016 and the lowest level in more than a decade. Approximately 149,000 Colorado children experienced poverty in 2017, down from a high of 224,000 children in 2012 when […]

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