As usual, the UMS will be held along South Broadway at the end of July — specifically July 27-29.
After 15 years of study and debate, one of Denver's largest ever construction projects begins.
Denver events agency Two Parts purchases the Underground Music Showcase from the Denver Post Community Foundation
Denver's biggest music festival is in new hands heading into 2018.
The judge found that Denver could build the flood-control project no matter what happens to I-70.
Authorities say a driver going the wrong way on Interstate 70 near Tower Road hit a pickup truck head on, killing himself and two others.
Might as well get another run in.
A federal judge declined to issue an injunction to stop the Platte to Park Hill flood control project over its connection to the I-70 widening.
"For the residents, they need to get to work. We need to make sure buses and emergency services can get in and out of the neighborhood."
As legal experts explained earlier this year, the injunction can serve as a "rough test" of whether the court sees any merit to the I-70 lawsuits.
CDOT and the city of Denver are setting aside $3.75 million for home upgrades as part of the mitigation for the I-70 expansion.
CDOT director Shailen Bhatt told I-70 opponents that it's "the American process" to sue, and they have taken him up on that challenge.
We kept this video mix all-Colorado with the exception of this one: All the way from New Zealand, gothic folk songstress Aldous Harding.
Traffic on Interstate 70 through the Eisenhower Tunnel broke three different records last weekend.
Contracts to reconfigure City Park Golf Course are likely to be approved Aug. 14. A lawsuit to stop the project goes to trial Aug. 21.
Here they are playing "Grease Up the Sheets" that Thursday, helping a lot of people break their promises to themselves to take it easy the first night.
Ricardo Baca: I told him, "If you give this up, it will change forever." Esmé Patterson, musician: It’s a real main artery of the music scene in Denver.
A prominent Denver developer and four other plaintiffs are suing the Federal Highway Administration over its decision to approve a major expansion of I-70 through north Denver.
The Colorado Department of Transportation unveiled a new career center Thursday aimed at getting residents in and around north Denver ready to work on Interstate 70.
The system includes heat sensors and video detection that would trigger the sprinklers if there are signs of a fire.