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Celebrate Denver's Biennial at Nick Cave's

Celebrate Denver's Biennial at Nick Cave's "Heard" Performance

His last performance in Denver's Civic Center park was so nice Nick Cave is doing it twice as part of Denver's Biennial of he Americas celebration. Recreating his stellar performance at "HEARD•NEW YORK," Cave will be putting on a free performance that serves as icing on the cake for Denver's impressive lineup of events and performances landing in the city on July 19th.

Things are looking up for Denver’s Biennial of the Americas with the announcement that artist Nick Cave will recreate his recent and successful “Heard” performance in Civic Center park.

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8,000 Fireworks To Fly In Denver's Independence Eve

8,000 Fireworks To Fly In Denver's Independence Eve

Never heard of Denver's Independence Eve? It's a local tradition that's quickly gaining traction amongst locals and visitors alike. Combining a beautiful fireworks show with a synchronized soundtrack that will blow your mind, Independence Eve is nine whole minutes of the most intense fireworks display you'll ever get a chance to see and one of the few fireworks shows not halted by the rising heat that's dried out the countryside.

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Crowds Gather At Denver's

Crowds Gather At Denver's "Farewell to Arms Freedom"

There probably isn't a more contentious issue than gun freedom in America – though gay rights has certainly given it a run for its money – and nowhere is this more apparent than Devner's psuedo-spontaneous "Farewell to Arms Freedom" event that drew in 5,000 arms advocates and a speech by Glendale mayor Mike Dunfon.

Gun-owners and gun-lovers converged on Infinity Park on Saturday afternoon in a last-minute protest against a new Colorado law banning the sale of magazines of more than 15 rounds.

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Denver Serves Up Trio of Weekend Events

Denver Serves Up Trio of Weekend Events

From the Cat Care Society's Festival of Felines to the Singles in the Garden Weed Dating event – sadly not as fun as it sounds – and last but not least the Vans Warped Tour at the Sports Authority Field, the city of Denver is offering up an odd but fun assortment of events to make the weekend as lively as possible.

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Denver Hosts American Ninja Warrior Auditions

Denver Hosts American Ninja Warrior Auditions

It didn't take long for the popular Ninja Warrior concept to make its way out of Japan and hit the world stage, but now thousands of hopefuls will audition in Denver for the chance to appear on the American Ninja Warrior while still thousands more wait to audition for “X-Factor,” also set to appear in the city.

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Denver Fifth in US Airports, Still Struggles on World Scale

Denver Fifth in US Airports, Still Struggles on World Scale

Despite the TSA and other elements dragging down Airport ratings, not all is bad for the US airline industry with Denver International Airport picking up an impressive array of awards and shining the light of hope on the struggling industry. Doing their best to mitigate the long waits at security checkpoints and immigration queues, Denver has been rated a model for US airports to follow.

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Job Numbers, Rent Rising in Denver

Job Numbers, Rent Rising in Denver

The cost of rent for apartments and homes in Denver is on the rise and, even with that being the case, no one seems to be moving out due to the price increase. That's because the jobs numbers in Denver are on the rise as well, which is spectacular news for the area's economy.

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Luxurious Accommodations in Downtown Denver

Luxurious Accommodations in Downtown Denver

One of the best Ritz-Carlton luxury hotels in the world is stationed right in Denver, which is pretty significant when you think about how amazing the hotel chain's locations in more popular cities are concerned.

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Luxury Resort Apartments Coming to Denver

Luxury Resort Apartments Coming to Denver

Live in or moving to Denver and want to have that luxury vacation feel every day of your life? An apartment developer is finishing up a resort-style complex just for you, and the rent is already looking to be incredibly affordable.

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Denver Artists to be Celebrated During ArtStir

Denver Artists to be Celebrated During ArtStir

Although Colorado might not be known around the world for its art scene, locals know just how talented these creative individuals really are. To celebrate their additions to the art world, ArtStir in Denver will be showcasing a wide array of styles and mediums.

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Alpine bank coming to Denver

Alpine bank coming to Denver

Banking has never really been an attractive topic with all the fees and financial lingo but after all we don’t pick our banks based on any of those characteristics. Alpine bank is coming to Denver and what better way to choose something then to go with the newest product right?

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Denver-Tokyo flight inauguration postponed

Denver-Tokyo flight inauguration postponed

Boeings Dreamliner is still causing problems all around the globe. Now Denver has been affected because their flights scheduled to take off for their newest destinations such as Tokyo have ben forcefully delayed. They have estimated the launch should be right around June 5.

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Hand-made bicycle convention

Hand-made bicycle convention

The ninth annual North American Handmade Bicycle Show was recently held at the Colorado convention center. The show, which debuted back in 2005 was once again spectacular as it featured new cutting edge designs and materials. This was also the first time the event was held in Denver.

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Parking Issues Could Lead to Building a Parkade

Parking Issues Could Lead to Building a Parkade

Denver parking issues are on the rise. The money you usually enter into a parking meter goes out to help the city prosper. But recently it has been decided that the money you insert should go to a new parkade in downtown Denver. With this new proposition you would also be required to input more quarters for more time.

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17 year old wins the weekend championship slalom

17 year old wins the weekend championship slalom

Mikaela Shiffrin became the third youngest women to win the gold medal in Slalom and the 8th youngest to win any women's world champion event. This was clearly a big weekend for the U.S. women's ski team. Mikaela's 18th birthday is just around the corner and she will celebrate it with a triumph in Denver.

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First Lady and Vice President travel to Colorado for President's Day

First Lady and Vice President travel to Colorado for President's Day

President Barack Obama wife and Vice President Joe Bidden will make Colorado their home for Presidents day. After Joe Bidden works the phone with democrats over gun control issues he will take a short ski trip, which will be well apprceciated after all the work he has accomplished, which should come to the delight of Denver's Democrat population.

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Two Rivers & Farming Co. complete equity private placement

Two Rivers & Farming Co. complete equity private placement

One of Denver's bigger farming companies has recently completed a $5 million equity private placement, which will be used for the renovation of their premises. The company also recently entered into a contract and there fore are looking towards long-term success.

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Denver's controversial horse statue

Denver's controversial horse statue

One of Denver's most controversial and iconic statues located in front of the Denver international airport has recently been part of a debate on whether it should go or stay since The Blue Horse's contract recently expired. The statue was purchased for $600,000 and is now estimated to be worth $2 million.

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Denver's New Saigon Restaurant

Denver's New Saigon Restaurant

Thai Nguyen still remembers the day that he was taken from Vietnam. Fortunately, that move was for the best as Nguyen has created the award wining New Saigon Restaurant in Denver with his loving wife and chef. Next door t this establishment his daughters run the New Saigon Bakery and deli, which has also been a success.

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Post-Valentine's Day Romance

Post-Valentine's Day Romance

Cupid’s day is once again behind us and some people are amazingly still undecided about what they are going to get for their loved ones (a little late now, but who am I to judge?). Well here’s a quick guide so that you procrastinators can get your acts in order. At least with this you might have a belated chance to woo your lover in Denver.

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