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Best Films Directed By Women At The DFF

While women make up half the population, they’re currently only responsible for directing a fraction of films. There are, of course, numerous reasons for this. More importantly, though, is that we begin to recognize the importance of women in film. The Denver Film Festival does its part year-round with their Women+Film partnership, through which they … Continued

Best Films About Immigration

Immigration is on spotlight at the 40th Denver Film Festival There’s no doubt that immigration is something of a hot-button issue these days. And when it comes to Colorado, we tend to see it all through a progressive lens. One of the many ways we’re doing this is by highlighting films at the 40th Denver … Continued

Stepping Back In Time With The Denver Film Festival

One of Denver’s greatest cultural traditions is the Denver Film Festival, which is going into its 40th year. But how did it get started? Who’s responsible for creating this important yearly event that’s right in our own backyard? To answer that, you’d have to do a little digging. Or at the very least, read some … Continued

A Closer Look Inside Union Station’s Newest Hotel

Among the many structures surrounding Denver’s Union Station is a recently-erected building that stands out from the rest. Pitch black, with windows that appear almost randomly placed, four gold letters are all that inform guests they’ve arrived at Born—the newest Kimpton Hotels property in the area. Having opened this past summer, the 200-room hotel accurately … Continued

4 Fun & Inexpensive Things to Do in Denver With Kids

Denver can sometimes seem like an adult-oriented town. Breweries and dispensaries an be found in every neighborhood, as are bars and coffee shops. But Denver also offers plenty of kid-friendly fun—much of which can be enjoyed on a budget. Here are some of the best things to do in Denver with kids (on a budget). … Continued

7 Reasons Feminists Should Move to Denver

I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect when I first decided to move to Denver. We first visited for our anniversary last August. By September, my husband had acquired a job here. I made it down by November, and the rest, as they say, is history. Denver is slowly but surely beginning to feel like … Continued