Doors Open Denver: Explore City Architecture Apr. 29-30

April 13, 2017

Tour the City’s Unique Architecture, Art, and Culture By Cristina Ceballo, The 13th-annual Doors Open Denver, the premier event showcasing the richness and history of Denver’s built environment and promoting quality design, will take place […]

Colorado Film Festivals Accepting Film Submissions

March 1, 2017

Several Colorado film festivals are accepting film submissions. Check out these three returning festivals. Links to submission guidelines are included for filmmakers, along with each festival’s dates for those who want to go check out […]

Colorado Sanctuary Rescues Lions, Tigers & Bears from Argentina

February 20, 2017

By Pat Craig, The Wild Animal Sanctuary The Wild Animal Sanctuary, the nation’s oldest and largest nonprofit Wildlife Sanctuary, has successfully rescued three Bengal Tigers, two African Lions, and two Grizzly Bears from inhumane conditions at a closed zoo in Colon, Argentina. The […]

Colorado Parks and Wildlife K9 Sci Received Body Armor

December 20, 2016

By Kyle Davidson, CPW SE Region Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s K9, Sci, has received a bullet and stab protective vest thanks to a charitable donation from nonprofit organization Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. K9 Sci’s vest is […]

John Elway to Receive 2017 Horatio Alger Award

December 6, 2016

Three-Time Super Bowl Champion and Denver Broncos EVP of Football Operations/General Manager one of 11 Individuals Selected for 2017 By McKenna Young for Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans, Inc. Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans, Inc., […]

2017 Sundance Film Festival to Include 100+ Films

December 5, 2016

Film Festival Competition and Next Lineup Announced Sundance Institute convenes a full slate of provocative and agenda-setting independent films at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival, beginning with their November 29, 2016, announcement of the 66 […]

Author Advises How to Keep Holidays Calmer

December 5, 2016

How to Avoid Feeling Frazzled, Wrung Out and Disappointed This Holiday Season Enjoying a memorable and meaningful Christmas season doesn’t just happen, according to Tina Albrecht, mother of daughters aged 10, 7 and 4. The […]

Lockheed Martin-built GOES-R Weather Satellite Launched

November 20, 2016

New Weather Satellite for NOAA to Greatly Improve Weather Forecasting and Warnings By Gary Napier, Lockheed Martin NOAA’s GOES-R weather satellite, built by Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT), was successfully launched yesterday at 6:42pm (ET) from […]

Olde Town Arvada Water Tower to Get Facelift

October 10, 2016

By Maria VanderKolk, Communications Manager, At 116 years of age, the Olde Town Arvada Water Tower is looking quite sprightly, presiding over an historic district that has been undergoing a dramatic revitalization. Still, this grand […]

Aspen Shortsfest Call for Entries is Open

October 3, 2016

The 26th annual Aspen Shortsfest is accepting submissions. Shortsfest accepts submissions of live action, documentary, and animation from the United States and around the world. Films screened will be part of the Festival’s International Competition, […]

Durango Film Festival Accepting Submissions for 2017

October 2, 2016

Submissions for the 2017 Durango Film independent film festival are being accepted through November 15, 2016. The 12th Annual Durango Independent Film Festival (DIFF) is scheduled for March 1-5, 2017. Films will screen at multiple venues. Durango Film […]

History Colorado Awarded $2.2 Million for Ute Project

September 25, 2016

National Science Foundation Awards $2.2 Million to History Colorado for Collaborative Project on Ute Indian Traditional Scientific Knowledge Released by Brooke Gladstone, History Colorado On September 23, 2016, History Colorado announced that it had been awarded a $2.2 […]

Horror Show Film Festival Call for Submissions is Ending Soon

September 7, 2016

The Telluride Horror Show, Colorado’s first and longest-running horror film festival, is accepting film submissions for the 2016 festival, features and shorts.  The festival is October 14-16, 2016. The Telluride Horror Show takes place at the legendary […]

Denver, Colorado: Ready or Not, Hair They Come!

September 7, 2016

Competitors From Across the Continent Converge in Denver for the 2016 Great American Beard and Moustache Championship Released by Tobin Voggesser (Boulder Facial Hair Club) and Chad Roberts (North American Competitive Beard and Moustache Alliance) The North American […]

New Spotted Sunfish NC Record Established and Set

September 5, 2016

Released by Jodie B. Owen, In a relatively obscure pocket of Big Swamp, in Robeson County, 12-year-old Elijah Crabtree set a newly established freshwater fish state record on June 25, 2016. Elijah, the son of […]

Work to Begin on New Trails in McInnis Canyons

September 5, 2016

Trails Will Be in Colorado’s McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area Released by Chris Joyner, BLM-Colorado The Bureau of Land Management Grand Junction Field Office and its partners will create a new trail within the McInnis […]

“A Taste of Colorado” Names Award Winners

September 3, 2016

Released by Christina La Porte, A Taste of Colorado Downtown Denver’s biggest menu is served at the 33rd Annual A Taste of Colorado – produced by the Downtown Denver Partnership – with many of Colorado’s favorite food establishments […]

Colorado Jetpack Pilot Back For A High-Risk Stunt

August 27, 2016

**UPDATE August 27, 2016** Video of stunt after completion     Below is the pre-stunt announcement originally published on August 20, 2016. Apollo Gum Company and the Apollo Jetpack Plan a 30-second Jetpack Flight Launching from […]

Colorado Launches First Low-Income Rooftop Solar Project

August 23, 2016

Partners Come Together to Demonstrate Feasibility of Combining Energy Efficiency and Rooftop Solar to Help Address Energy Burden Released by Heatheryn Higgins (Colorado Energy Office), Howard Brooks (Energy Resource Center), and Patrice Lehermeier (Colorado Springs […]

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