Alamo Drafthouse – Sloan Lake Poetry

The new poetry reading series in Sloan’s Lake isn’t like most literary events. For starters, the crowd takes an active role in the process. Each reading lets attendees contribute to a group poem, shattering the notion that poetry isn’t for everyone. That poem is written on one long scroll, a testament to how Jack Kerouac … Continued

DIY Designer Champagne Flutes

I’m in love with designer glass wear, but for something I only use a few times a year (like champagne glasses) it doesn’t seem practical to spend a lot of money on something I don’t really need. With this quick tutorial you can create stunning champagne glasses that look just like Kate Spade’s Larabee Dot Flute set for just … 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

Review: ‘Sweeney Todd’

Never mind more cowbell. What “Sweeney Todd” needed after all this time was more tuba. Denver’s take on Stephen Sondheim’s quasi-opera mines a local resource to glorious effect. Colorado’s own DeVotchKa reinterprets the Tony-winning musical at Denver’s Stage Theatre. The gypsy punk band brings a welcome edge to the production, one of the stage’s darkest … Continued

Denver Critics Split on Year’s Best Film

Denver critics aren’t ready to anoint “La La Land” as the year’s best film quite yet. The enchanting musical “La La Land” is conquering the early awards season. Not so fast, say Denver-area film critics. The Denver Film Critics Society, which this reporter co-chairs, celebrated the musical this week with seven nominations, including Best Picture, … Continued

Tap XIV – Not Just Another Tap Room

There is no shortage of cool rooftop bars in Denver. But if you’re looking for one with a great vibe that also offers 70 Colorado-made craft beers on tap AND some seriously good eats … well, Tap XIV is your kinda place! Many times you have to choose your poison. Are you going for atmosphere, … Continued

Summer Wish List (Bucket List)

Hello, everyone! I have some exciting news to share with all of you, LazyLadyFitness.com is now officially a year old! I have updated my account and I am working on some new ideas for posts and things to do this year. I want to continue on my journey of finding balance and a healthy lifestyle … Continued

Life’s Sweet at Tupelo Honey Y’all

Chicken Fried Love: A tray of chicken, biscuits and fixin’s to share. Just yonder, behind Union Station, is a place where you can put some south in your mouth. Tupelo Honey, with locations in Georgia, North and South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and Texas,  has graced Denver, its furthest west location. The comfort of southern foods like … Continued

New High Liners!

We finished walking the High Line Canal– all 71 miles of this twisty, turny, serpentine shaped, treasure that runs from Waterton Canyon to Denver International Airport. (To read about our northern portion of this trip, see the Halfway Mark blog post.) On the southern half of our adventure, from mile marker 35 to 0, we … Continued

2017 Colorado Summer Camp Guide! Find Some Fun for Your Kids!

Who loves Summer Camp?! We have an amazing guide showcasing some of the best and coolest camps for your kiddos this summer! Everything from rafting to music and movie making to tennis all the way to the mountains… you will find an awesome camp for your littles! DENVER TOUR CLUB Every day is an adventure! … Continued

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