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Tweet Lowry has been a great place for buyers that want brand new construction in Denver that’s not too far from downtown and an easy commute to I-70.   Newer single-family homes in Lowry have traditionally had price tags starting in the high $300’s up into the million and a half mark.   Berkeley Homes […]

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Swallow Hill Music – Winefest Vintage 2011

by Vali Hooker on April 29, 2011

in Around Denver

Tweet Have a craving for something local, something Colorado?  Well the 3rd annual Swallow Hill Winefest is just around the corner – Sunday, May 15th at 3:00 pm. Taste a variety of wines from Colorado-grown grapes and enjoy the local sounds of pianist, Leslie Brown. Her prolific exploration into many genres of music now brings […]

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Denver Restaurant Week Feb. 26 – March 11, 2011

by Vali Hooker on February 25, 2011

in Around Denver

Tweet Tomorrow is the kickoff for the famous Denver Restaurant Week 2011 brought to you by Visit Denver.  Participating eateries offer a multi-course dinner for two for $52.80 or one for $26.40 (tax and gratuity are not included).  The list of restaurants is long this year with amazing menus will leave you booked every night.  To […]

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WinterFest at Old South Pearl Street ~ Wash Park

by Vali Hooker on December 3, 2010

in Around Denver

Tweet Has the holiday season snuck up on you faster than you could get in the holiday spirit? Perhaps you need some good old fashioned festivities to get started?  Well this Saturday Old South Pearl Street is having the holiday tradition of WinterFest.   The block will be full of holiday cheer with Box Elder horse […]

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Tweet The Virginia Village Library always has a packed parking lot so I was surprised last week when there wasn’t even one car in the lot.   I quickly remember that the Virginia Village Library is only  temporarily closed for improvements.   The renovations are part of the Better Denver Bond Program and they should be […]

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Denver Dog Costume Parade

by Vali Hooker on October 30, 2010

in Around Denver

Tweet Okay we are going to see it all this weekend why not throw the pups into the mix? The Niza Knoll Gallery down in the Santa Fe arts district is hosting a Dog Costume Parade and competition tomorrow afternoon (Saturday, October 30th, 2010) from 1-3PM. There is a $10.00 donation which includes a photo […]

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Denver Neighborhood: Krisana Park

by Vali Hooker on October 15, 2010

in Denver Neighborhood Tours

Tweet Krisana Park has grown in popularity with the surge of Denver home buyers that are looking for architecture that’s unique within close proximity to Cherry Creek, I-25 and urban lifestyle.  The movement towards buying only as much home as you need has wildly sparked the ever-popular Krisana Park because on average the homes are 1200 – […]

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Tweet 5 years ago, Mayor Hickenlooper appointed a community-based Zoning Code Task Force to guide and oversee a multi-year effort to update the zoning code that has been in effect since the 1950’s. Back in the 50’s the zoning code was simple, to make Denver as automobile friendly as possible. The old code didn’t just […]

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Tweet Take advantage of the gorgeous weather and all of the fantastic restaurant patios that Denver has to offer. I’m going to list some of my personal favorites and please add yours to the list! Black Pearl– I love the big table out in front with the fire-pit built in. It’s the perfect patio for enjoying some […]

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Tweet :: Today :: Get out and meet some of your urban farm animal neighbors at Farmfest happening at Stapleton’s Urban Farm.  Gates open at 1PM and live, local bands will be playing from 3-7PM – hear “Jux County,” “I’m a Boy” and “Gata Negra.” Proceeds will go to TUF programs at The Urban Farm. […]

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