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Tweet The term Deed Restricted comes from the Inclusionary Housing Ordinance passed by Denver City Council passed in 2002. Deed Restricted housing in Denver real estate terms is the same as Income Qualified, Affordable or Work Force Housing and they are all references to the City of Denver’s Affordable Housing Program. This program is actually […]

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Tweet Food trucks seem to be the hot new thing and Denver has plenty of them. Many of the local food trucks and food carts have banded together on Facebook to form the Justice League of Street Food. You may already be familiar with the Gastro Cart, Stueben’s Cart or the Cupcake Cart but when you put all of these fabulous food […]

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Tweet Most Denverites know that Colorado packs a mean punch when it comes to microbrews.  There are just so many to try and sometimes all you want is your good old go-to beer.  Colorado thinks it’s important that you have a well-rounded beer palate so they bring the sampling to Denver beer lovers every year. […]

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Tweet You’ve read the hype about TAG Restaurant in Larimer Square.  The food, the drinks, the chef, the awards – it’s all true.  And the best news yet is that they don’t want to keep secrets.  They’re ready to share continental culinary techniques and modern cocktail artistry through a series of culinary classes hosted by […]

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Tweet Friday afternoon in Larimer Square is going to be extra sizzling hot on September 10th so clear your lunch schedule because you now have plans.  Several local firehouses will be cooking up their smokin’ hot red and green chili recipes for you to judge. A few bucks will buy you and bowl of chili […]

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Tweet This weekend (August 20-22) the Denver Pavilions in downtown Denver will host the LEGO Tour. This is your chance to participate in life-sized versions of LEGO board games and immerse yourself in all that is LEGO. From hands-on, minds-on building fun to family building games and challenges to video games and inspiration models. LEGO first started […]

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Tweet The South Broadway neighborhood offers great Denver boutiques, local restaurants and the famous antique row.  Broadway’s construction is OVER and the new center median, street lights and sidewalks are all ready for South Broadway’s Summer Festival.   This coming weekend, August 20-22nd is open to the public and completely free with A Better Broadway Bash to celebrate […]

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Tweet A economically strong Denver means supporting local Colorado businesses but do you always find yourself going to the same shops and eateries? If you are interested in exploring Denver’s Urban Neighborhoods and their unique zest but you need a guide then you are in luck.  Mile High Business Alliance publishes neighborhood-centric guides to help get […]

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Tweet Today kicks off a week of fun for Downtown Denver employees – 8/9 through 8/15.  The second annual event is chalk full of games, events, music and free giveaways – the schedule of events promises a little something for everybody. In Skyline Park on Monday, Wednesday and Friday Kaiser Permanente will have a Relaxation Tent […]

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Tweet Have you checked out B-Cycle yet? B-Cycle is a bike sharing program that offers you the opportunity to have a bike to ride when you need it and it’s gone when you don’t!  The Denver B-Cycle program kicked off April of this year and, as of June 1st, there are 42 stations throughout the Denver area including downtown, Cherry […]

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