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Posts Tagged With ‘ Red Rocks Amphitheater ’

 

Top 10 Best Things About Denver

April 11th, 2018

Top 10 Best Things About Denver #1 The Weather in Denver The first time I visited Denver it rained for 3 days straight and all the mountain views were shrouded in clouds!  Somehow I still fell in love.  After living here for 2 years I don’t think I have ever seen consecutive full days of rain. When news got around that I was leaving New York for Denver, the reactions were heavily riddled with concern for the fierce weather.  But, the 1870’s claim that Denver receives 300 days of sunshine was attractive to me!  When we moved in during the first week of January, I remember thinking what... Read More

Faces of Denver – Ariane Curtis!

July 31st, 2017

When driving through the quaint town of Morrison, it’s hard to miss the tiny, vibrant, and eccentric building of the little shop called “The Happy Shack.”  After this place caught my attention, I eagerly walked in to check it out, and was met with a giant smile from one of the owners, Ariane Curtis. Ariane is a Denver native who has lived all her life in  various places throughout Colorado. After graduating from Chatfield High School, she decided to pursue a degree in Design and Technical Graphics from the Art Institute. Her goal was to be able to work on movie sets, and to... Read More

Rockin Red Rocks

May 13th, 2017

Concert season in Colorado has officially kicked off. We all know one of the best places to see a concert is Red Rocks Amphitheater. Or if you don’t know because you haven’t seen a concert there yet, DO IT! Do it now! But for those of you that have, I am sure you can relate to the majestic feeling you get at Red Rocks. What some of you don’t know is Red Rocks has a lot to offer during the day too. Red Rocks is close to Denver, making it easy to get to any day of the week. It offers high intensity workouts (running the amphitheater stairs), easy hikes, even Yoga on The Rocks, all surrounded... Read More