Denver has a reputation for being one of the fittest cities in the country. Ironically, though, the city spends relatively little compared to others on building bike lane networks and sidewalks. According to the 2016 Alliance for Biking and Walking Benchmarking Report, Denver spent less than $1 million on biking and … [Read more...] about Funding lags in Denver for biking and walking networks
Would you pay a tax in order to improve Denver’s biking network? If you said yes, you agree with the majority of participants in a recent poll. The OnSight Public Affairs poll was conducted with the help of Keating Research. Of the 621 “likely 2017 voters” queried, 66% said they would support a 4-cent sales tax per $100 spent … [Read more...] about Denverites support a tax to improve bike network, study shows
As the Denver metro area continues to grow, exciting new projects are enhancing the city’s already rich offerings. Among recent and upcoming openings that we are particularly excited about: Denver Central Market: The Denver Post calls this “A one stop culinary adventure.” Indeed, this new “food hall” in a beautifully … [Read more...] about Markets and music: great new venues come to Denver metro area
Generous Brokers Donate a Wide Variety of Items on Charity’s “Fall Needs List” for the Holiday Season DENVER – RE/MAX of Cherry Creek, one of the top producing single-office RE/MAX franchises in the country, is helping the Urban Peak nonprofit organization benefiting homeless youth ages 15-24 or those at imminent risk of … [Read more...] about RE/MAX of Cherry Creek Supports Urban Peak Nonprofit Benefiting Homeless Youth in Denver
Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and for many of us, that means houseguests will be arriving by the droves. With the onslaught comes the inevitable question: How to keep them busy? Colorado boasts numerous places to show off to guests – and some of the best attractions are even free. From the state capitol to a candy … [Read more...] about Houseguests coming? Entertain them with 5 tourist attractions—all free!
You probably already know that Colorado is the Mile High State. But did you know that Colorado was the first state to give women the right to vote? Or that it’s the birthplace of the Libertarian Party? Colorado has many claims to fame. Here are some other fun facts about our state, from Westword newspaper: Colorado is the … [Read more...] about Purple seats at Coors Field…and other fun Colorado facts
Good news, runners. Just because winter is on the way doesn’t mean you have to put your exercise habit on ice. In fact, there are many organized runs in the coming months that should warm your hearts—if not your extremities. The RunDenver Series is offering a succession of 5K family-friendly events to celebrate the winter … [Read more...] about Get ready, get set…and mark your calendars for upcoming fun runs
We love October. The beauty of fall is astounding, and the crisp air invigorating. But it is also the harbinger of more change to come that isn’t as welcome: soon temperatures will drop, many of the outdoor activities we love will come to a halt and some of us will find ourselves wondering: What’s there to do for … [Read more...] about Fall and Winter closing in? Here are some of our favorite diversions