Larimer Square and two blocks of Glenarm Street downtown close to cars so restaurants can serve the dining public
Eighty five restaurants have now been approved to expand their outdoor patios into the street.
With 85 restaurants approved to take their operations into the streets, the city’s transportation department will ban cars on a block of Larmier Street and three blocks of Glenarm Street downtown.
Denver’s joint information center announced the change Wednesday, saying the move will allow restaurants to serve more customers in the open air, which is safer than bunching diners indoors during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Larimer Street has closed to cars between 14th and 15th streets, otherwise known as Larimer Square. Glenarm will close to cars between 15th and 17th streets near Denver Pavillions.
Gut check: Has Denver’s Fair Elections Fund done what it’s supposed to?
About a dozen committees have spent more than $3 million on all of Denver’s municipal races, mostly in support of candidates.
What is a whale baleen and why is its skeleton at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science?
It likely dates back to the 1800s.
Here’s your chance to have your say on Denver’s sidewalks
The city is taking applications for a task force on Denver Deserves Sidewalks.
East High School shooter’s interest in ghost guns derailed a once-promising academic outlook
The 17-year-old student was bright with an interest in engineering, but his attitude toward guns led to repeated tense encounters with law enforcement and school officials.
Thousands rallied for gun legislation for the third time this month
DPS is supporting five bills this session to address the issue.
Pozole Fest returns to Westwood this weekend
“Food is an expression of culture."
Curious about cumbia? Join Ciudad Reina for a cumbia history and dance lesson
“It’s so much more than just music."
Pinkerton, the security firm involved in the 2020 killing of a protester, can resume operating in Denver
The city recently renewed the firm's license, after a judge overturned Denver’s decision to revoke it over the killing of a right-wing protestor in October 2020.
Kids home today? Here’s Denverite’s Instant Art Contest For Kids
We asked kids if they'd make some artwork of Denver places today. They did!
Things to do in Denver this weekend, March 24-26
Black Restaurant Week, a bee-themed menu at Tamayo and more!
After East High shooting, armed police are temporarily headed back to DPS high schools. The debate to keep them there is underway
DPS board approved the return of officers until the end of the school year a day after a shooting at East High school.
East High students march on State Capitol and call for gun control a day after school shooting
Students from various Denver high schools walked out of class and marched to the Capitol earlier this month after 16-year-old Luis Garcia died from a gunshot-related injury sustained outside East High.
Cleo Parker Robinson among those honored at White House with National Medal of the Arts
Her group The International Association of Blacks in Dance shared the honor with Bruce Springsteen, Gladys Knight, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and others.
East High shooting: Coroner confirms body is suspect’s as students plan protest
The Board of Education has replaced its Thursday meeting with an executive session about school safety.
Big money floods the fight over the Park Hill Golf Course — 155 acres of Northeast Park Hill
All but six of the contributions are from outside the neighborhood.
“We just buried Luis”: East High parents, students fume after another shooting and call for stricter security
On their way to school today, students walked past a memorial to Luis Garcia, who was shot outside East earlier this year.
East High shooting: Police say they’ve found a body near the suspected shooter’s car in Park County. One victim remains in the hospital.
The Park County coroner identified the body as the 17-year-old suspect Thursday morning.
Sun Valley is rapidly changing, but a History Colorado project wants to keep the neighborhood’s memory alive
“This is an opportunity to make sure that the history of this neighborhood is told by those of us who lived it."
PlatteForum’s latest show features the work of a rising star in the Denver street photography scene — and his mentees
Anthony Maes mentored high schoolers for six weeks teaching them about street photography. Their work is now on display together.
Kelly Brough’s partner has long influenced city politics on behalf of businesses like Frontier Airlines, Kroenke and large developers
David Kenney would have to step back from business with the city if Brough is elected mayor.