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Wolf Creek opening for the season Wednesday, becoming the first Colorado ski area to run its lifts - Tue, 27 Oct 2020
Thanks to two feet of natural snow, the Wolf Creek ski area in southwest Colorado will beat Front Range rivals Loveland and Arapahoe Basin to become the first ski area in the state to open for the season when its lifts start running at 9 a.m. on Wednesday.

Will Denver gyms, fitness studios be forced to close? City officials don’t actually know. - Tue, 27 Oct 2020
The return to stricter coronavirus guidelines could be bad news for Denver’s already-hurting gym and fitness industry.

Restaurant capacity slashed again, last call moved back to 10 p.m. in Denver - Tue, 27 Oct 2020
Starting Wednesday, Denver restaurants will still be open for in-person dining, but seating will be limited.

Are museums, cultural institutions open during Denver’s level 3 coronavirus response? - Tue, 27 Oct 2020
Denver’s biggest cultural institutions are finding themselves once again under major pandemic restrictions -- right as some of them have opened their biggest exhibitions of the fall.

Could COVID-19 shut down Colorado’s ski season before it even begins? - Tue, 27 Oct 2020
"If this rate doesn't go down over the next two weeks, more severe restrictions will be put in place, hampering our ability to ski, work and enjoy life," A-Basin's chief operating officer said.

From Biden to Hickenlooper, Dems dominate music in politics. But does it make a difference? - Mon, 26 Oct 2020
As they fight to be elected -- or keep their seats of power -- politicians this year are finding vastly different receptions to their musical strategies.

Killing Still: With an exhibition of his final works, Clyfford Still Museum attempts to send its namesake artist off in style - Sun, 25 Oct 2020
We've always needed to see a more human side of Still to appreciate the accomplishments he made in his prime. Killing him off, as this exhibit does, makes him very human.

Colorado stories are some of the most compelling at this year’s Denver Film Fest - Fri, 23 Oct 2020
Although when the Denver Film Fest --- with its regional, national, even international profile -- offers a berth to a movie, its recognition is no small matter.

Queen of Halloween: Denver “Drag Race” champ Yvie Oddly is coming home to get spooky this weekend - Fri, 23 Oct 2020
"RuPaul's Drag Race" winner Yvie Oddly on her Denver "Drag-and-Drive: Halloween" show, new album "Drag Trap" and touring during coronavirus.

Oscar-winner Alejandro G. Iñárritu debuts powerful VR experience at Stanley Marketplace - Fri, 23 Oct 2020
The touring, virtual-reality exhibition "Carne y Arena," which makes its U.S. tour debut at the Stanley Marketplace Oct. 23-Jan. 20, is a genius work of immersive, political art.