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Tattered Cover Bookstore’s, annual Teen Book Con, was alive with excited teens and smiling authors. This year, there were 24 authors from around the country, each writing wholly different genres from romance to adventure stories. Yet each of these authors has one thing in common: their passion for writing and their happiness to discuss all the trials, tribulations and joys of being a writer.

Just in time for Halloween, "Past the Tangled Present", Jaime Molina's new exhibit at the Denver Art Museum, has opened.

Paris in the 1860’s was a hostile place for women artists. During the age of Impressionism, countless women artists were under-credited and their work forgotten by the competitive eyes of a male dominated society. It is in the new exhibit curated by the Denver Art Museum entitled Her Paris: Women Artists in the Age of Impressionism that the masterpieces of these seemingly forgotten women are showcased and their intricate stories are brought to light.

Once, Benjamin Disraeli, a British statesman, said “Almost everything that is great has been done by youth.” That quote is not only proven, but emphasized by the Young Americans Center.
The Young Americans Center doesn’t care how old you are, or what grade you’re in. In this association, all that matters is that you can be a good business person. Children ages 5-21 can enter their contest with a product they created. If they win, they can earn one of the most important prizes that anyone, child or adult, could receive…
Their very own business.  

Although Blake Bates, a Rock Canyon High School student shaved his hair off during Wish Week to demonstrate support for Hope, a child with a life threatening condition, he didn’t realize that he was deserving of a wish as well. 

The Biennial Of The Americas is an innovative program that has been bringing people together since 2010.

As technology advances at practically the speed of light, people are beginning to question: Are libraries going out of business? After all, who needs to turn a page, when you have a Kindle or an E-Book right at your finger tips? Will anybody will make the ten to fifteen minute trip to their nearest library, when they conveniently have books right on their smartphone?
 

Music is something almost every human enjoys. The new Levitt Pavilion in Ruby Hill Park makes sure the community comes together with food, fun, and free music.

Looking for a little late summer fun? The Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield Farms is a 700 acre facility complete with historic homesteads, working farms, huge gardens, and butterflies.

Although Blake Bates, a Rock Canyon High School student shaved his hair off during Wish Week to demonstrate support for Hope, a child with a life threatening condition, he didn’t realize that he was deserving of a wish as well. Taking into account his frequent stays at Children’s hospital and severity of his seizures, his mom submitted a wish referral inquiry to Make-A-Wish Foundation. Recently, he was granted a wish because he too has a potentially life threatening health condition. 

The Denver Zoo's latest addition, Umi the baby Tapir, is now on display for the public at the Denver Zoo!

Denver Comic Con was an outstanding experience like no other. Innovation, aspiration, and excitement mingled with every single attendee. Comic Con was a place where people with a wondrous sense of ambitious admiration gathered to celebrate creative ideas that were sprung to life out of people with superpowers of the imagination. An unimaginable amount of people stood united in an enormous celebration of their love for comics and the positive impact on their lives. Seas of people expressed tsunamis of excitement.
 

Solar eclipse coming up in summer 2017.  Don't  get left out of the dark!

The world-famous art of Alexander Calder is being shown at the Denver Botanic Gardens from April 28 to September 24 in the Calder Monumental exhibit.

Have you ever been frozen in a block ice? If so, these guys are experienced and can chisel you out.

Are ghosts going to come visit you? Have you been naughty this year?
 

Do you want to make some holiday memories? Here are some fun, downtown places to go.

A series of star wars costumes have came to showcase at the Denver Art Musuem.

Doctor Strange is by far one of the more strange things that has been created recently.

Peter is one lucky pig to be rescued by Luvin Arms Farm Animal Sanctuary.

Would you ride a motorcycle in a metal ball?

If you come to this exhibit, you will be glad that you didn't live 65 million year ago.

Havern School celebrates its 50th anniversary!

The 27th Annual Friendship Powwow at the Denver Art Museum was a huge success!