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Palisade Partners, owner of the storied but dormant Rossonian Hotel, unveiled its plans Monday to re-open the historic building as a 41-room boutique hotel complimented by a basement jazz club and ground-floor restaurant and lounge. The eatery/bar/venue will be named Chauncey’s for Denver

The Post has endured multiple rounds of layoffs since 2010, when Alden Global Capital purchased the paper’s parent company, Media News Group (now Digital First Media), and adopted what’s been described as a “strip-mining” approach to management. According to the editorial,

A study of one Colorado county has found cannabis provides a great economic benefit, even with the challenges it presents for social services and law enforcement. The study, done by the Institute of Cannabis Research at Colorado State University-Pueblo, dispels some of the concerns surrounding the legalization of marijuana.

For the past three years, Colorado State University has hosted a clubhouse at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science‘s annual Girls & Science event, a fun-filled day focused on STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics) career exploration and mentorship for kids,

The zoo is looking for “responsible, energetic, and outgoing persons interested in guest engagement and education in an informal science institution,” according to the zoo website. Seasonal positions run from May 7, 2018 to Sep. 3, 2018 and start dates are negotiable for prior work or school commitments.

With all of the talk about the Denver Broncos quarterback situation, it is a surprise that not many are mentioning Chad Kelly as a possible replacement for the team. The reasoning does make sense as he is coming off the reserve/non-football injury list.

Vanilla bean is a Germany-based vegan restaurant app that just launched in the metro area. It’ll give you a pretty thorough list of strictly vegan restaurants and cafes and will also tell you where you can find vegan options at non-vegan restaurants. (To be listed in vanilla bean,

Shorter Community AME Church was nearly packed to the brim on Saturday, January 13, when several hundred Denverites congregated there for a six-hour summit to discuss Denver’s response to gentrification. Sparked by the Ink! Coffee controversy, the summit represented