You can still see the Grateful Dead (kind of) in Boulder tonight
Dead & Company plays its second of two shows at Boulder’s Folsom Field tonight, with tickets starting at $49.
The band is a spin-off of the Grateful Dead, with John Mayer replacing Jerry Garcia as frontman and three out of the four “core” surviving members filling out the roster.
Still not sure what you’d be getting into? The Boulder Daily Camera has an entertaining write-up about the mischief and music of the first night’s performance.
Writes reporter John Bear: “In the bleachers, a young man wearing a Denver Broncos cap produced a bag of psychedelic mushrooms and nibbled on them slowly alongside people with nachos and personal pizzas.”
Sounds about right!
New green spaces, the Riverfront and Backyard, are now open at the National Western Center and CSU Spur
Both spaces open up to the South Platte River as calm community spaces but don't go in the water.
Denver is demobilizing its emergency operations for migrant arrivals
Arrivals from the U.S. border reached the hundreds in May, but have since dropped to double digits.
RTD’s L line service will be suspended Saturday for Five Points Jazz Fest
But RTD has a suggested alternate route!
Mike Johnston has announced his transition team, and it’s loaded with big names
State Rep. Leslie Herod, former Mayor Federico Peña, former Denver Post editor Greg Moore and state Sen. Julie Gonzales are in the mix.
Stuck with guns you don’t want? Surrender them for grocery-store gift cards this weekend
Volunteers will destroy your guns and turn them into garden tools.
Ousted from Broadway, Hope Tank has cut its retail and is heading for bigger impact
Erika Righter is trying to make things work in a quieter location, and in a changed world.
Things to do in Denver this weekend, June 9-11
Festivals galore, farmers markets and your Denver Nuggets are back in action!
20 goals Mike Johnston committed to during his campaign to be Denver’s next mayor
Denverites will be following whether he keeps his word on commitments he made to building new affordable housing, ending homelessness and more.
What will the new Denver City Council look like and how will it get along with Mike Johnston?
City Council will have seven incumbents and six new members.
Nine cool things to do in Denver this week
An Indigenous Comic and Art festival, an underground music showcase, yoga with puppies and a LGBTQ+ history walking tour.
Interview: Denver Mayor-elect Mike Johnston lays out his first 100 days in office
Johnston told CPR’s Colorado Matters that he wants to hire hundreds more first responders and build tiny homes for the unhoused.
A Denver woman was on a crusade to improve her RTD bus shelter. Now, it’s gone
RTD doesn't maintain most of its bus stops.
Early morning shooting leaves Denver police officer injured, suspect dead
The shooting happened early Wednesday morning on the 2600 block of Zuni Street.
Denver City Council District 10 Results: Chris Hinds wins re-election
Incumbent Councilmember Chris Hinds had 56% of the vote Wednesday morning, compared to Shannon Hoffman's almost 43%.
Denver City Council District 8 results: Shontel Lewis likely elected to be area’s new councilmember
The final batch of unofficial results shows Lewis likely winning by 356 votes over Brad Revare for the open council seat.
Denver City Council District 9 Results: Final vote results show Darrell Watson defeating incumbent Candi CdeBaca
Watson got about 60% of the vote in District 9, according to the final vote results release.
Mike Johnston will be Denver’s next mayor as Kelly Brough concedes race
The next mayor will take office on July 17.
Denver election updates: Mike Johnston declares victory
Denver's runoff election ends today. Kelly Brough and Mike Johnston are the headliners, but that's not all!
City Council votes to make safe outdoor sites program permanent
Originally meant to shelter people during the pandemic, the city-sanctioned camping sites can now continue past this year.
City Council makes building ADUs easier by passing zoning code amendment
The change tailors construction rules around neighborhood contexts, allowing more ADUs to be built with less barriers.