Craig Alexander The holidays are just around the corner, and whether you’re looking for something to do with the family in town or a bit of a break from the drama, Northwest Denver has you covered. If you’re facing a post-Halloween slump and need a jolt of thrill, Adam’s Mystery Playhouse has your fix with murder mystery dinners. With themed experiences including … [Read more...] about Holiday Homicide, Honky Tonk Hail this Season
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Dozens joined a Dia de los Muertos procession Nov. 1 from Columbus Park (also known as La Raza Park) to North High School for a community dinner to commemorate children who have died in detention centers along the southern border, as well as other loved ones who have passed on. … [Read more...] about Dia de Los Muertos
“Here’s the deal: it’s normal to be curious about death,” writes mortician and New York Times best-selling author Caitlin Doughty in the introduction of her new book, Will My Cat Eat My Eyeballs? Big Questions from Tiny Mortals about Death (2019, W. W. Norton & Company). Doughty, who gives death-related talks around the globe to wide varieties of audiences, gathers the … [Read more...] about Checking Out: Will My Cat Eat My Eyeballs?
’Tis the season for caroling, candles, Santa, Sleighs and high spirits. Little Man Ice Cream kicks off the season with local DPS schools to bring musical cheer to the ’hood. Two Holiday Lights caroling events featuring local schools and the Denver Choir League will ring in the merry at the Little Man Ice Cream Factory, 4411 W. Colfax Ave. and at Little Man Ice Cream, 2620 16th … [Read more...] about Holiday Lights Up with School Singalongs
Kali Fajardo-Anstine’s beautiful collection of eleven short stories, Sabrina & Corina (2019, One World), shares poignant glimpses into the lives of her Latina characters and the Colorado land their families have inhabited for generations. A finalist for the National Book Award, Fajardo-Anstine’s descriptions of Denver both past and present will resonate strongly with … [Read more...] about Short Stories Feature North Denver Sisters