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Processus

March 9th, 2019

Processus is a gallery/studio located in the heart of RiNo. Since 2014, they’ve been providing a co-working space for printmaking, photography, woodworking, sculpting, and digital arts. Founders and resident artists Christopher Perez and Viviane Le Courtois sought to build a place where people could come to learn, experiment, and create. It’s part studio, part classroom, and part gallery. They offer a wide range of classes and all the tools and studio space needed for whatever you’re working on. A community studio is a huge advantage to up-and-coming artists. Instead of renting... Read More

Millers and Rossi

January 26th, 2019

Millers and Rossi is a contemporary art gallery in the RiNo art district. They show a wide range of works spanning a variety of media. Representing mostly locals, their artist list is small but resounding. Each and every artist represented is exceptional. Art isn’t the only thing Millers and Rossi has to offer, however. It’s also a speakeasy with an awesome bar in the back. An art gallery with a bar? Take my money! I was a little concerned at first that the gallery might be more of a side note to the speakeasy aspect. This was not the case. The gallery holds its own. They have a diverse... Read More

8 Patios to Dine Outside with a View

September 28th, 2018
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If there are two things I know about eating in Denver, it’s that most people are down to try something new and ideally on a patio, especially with over 300 days of sunshine. Although the leaves are changing, temperatures are dropping, and Fall is (technically) here, the ever present 80-degree heat in Denver is no joke. These eight outdoor spaces are not only my favorite spots to grab a bite and sip a cocktail but to enjoy views for days. Lucy Directly above Comedy Works at the Landmark, Lucy not only boasts a killer menu but provides outstanding views of the Denver Tech Center! With a bright... Read More

Rule Gallery

August 4th, 2018
Rule Gallery

As one of Denver’s oldest art galleries, Rule has earned a special place in the community. Founded over 30 years ago by Robin Rule, they’ve always stayed on the cutting edge. It’s tough for businesses of all kinds to last in Denver. The city has grown exponentially in recent years. Due to changing neighborhoods, Rule has always been on the move. They’ve had locations on South Broadway, next to the Dry Ice Factory in RiNo, and a few years ago they relocated once again to a small but welcoming spot at 530 Santa Fe Drive. Now a simple metal sign glints in the sunlight above a white brick storefront.... Read More

Faces of Denver Russell Klase, Your Neighborhood Butcher in RiNo

May 9th, 2018

Russell Klase is an adrenaline junkie who seeks out thrill sports like skydiving, scuba diving, snowboarding, and creativity through art, music, and stand-up comedy.  In the kitchen, he seeks a different type of thrill and creativity as Executive Chef and Head Butcher at Butcher’s Bistro and lead singer of their kitchen band, Boyz Under the Hood. Russell became mesmerized with cooking as a child during all-day events like rubbing down and roasting a whole 200 pound hog, or watching his father theatrically prepare Steak Diane dinner, a pan-fried beefsteak flambéed with brandy. “I didn’t... Read More

Faces of Denver- Jodie Roth Cooper

October 26th, 2017

Jodie Roth Cooper is a metal sculptor and designer working and living in the RiNo Arts District of Denver, CO. He was born and raised in London, England. He moved to the United States to attend Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY. It was during his time at Skidmore that he came into metal working. After earning his undergraduate degree,  he spent time in Colorado and fell in love with the landscape. He went back to NYC to become a certified welder and then to get his master’s degree in architecture, from Cranbrook Academy of Art, in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. He moved back to CO, after... Read More

First Fridays in Denver

June 2nd, 2017

While First Fridays are enjoyed all year long, during the summer, it is just that much more magical. Late sunsets and full streets crowd the city’s three art districts, providing a special evening for everyone to enjoy all over town. It is no surprise that there is plenty of Denver beer to build into your First Friday festivities. Here is a shortlist of all the breweries that highlight each art walk. Spend your summer exploring each one! Sante Fe Art District: Sante Fe Drive Renegade Brewing Company Black Sky Brewery Crazy Mountain Brewery The Intrepid Sojourner Beer Project RiNo Art District:... Read More