Celebrate Asian culture, learn about Chicano/a poetry, and three more things to do for free in Denver today.
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Sunday, May 15, 2 to 5 p.Sunday, May 15, 2 to 5 p.license to continue operating until 2047.(Photo by Jana Birchum) Get an Early Hit of Halloween What is this day but an early taste of the real thinning of the veil between our realm and the worlds beyond? So get your Samhain on as the House of Torment, Austin's oldest and most award-winning Halloween attraction, brings a bit of autumnal terror with its halfway-to-Halloween celebration.
m.The Bar at Plaza38, 3550 West 39th Avenue, #98 The Colorado Alliance of Latino Mentors and Authors (CALMA) will gather for a panel discussion with local poets Ramon Del Castillo, Laura Soto, Margie Domingo and Jose"Jozer" Guererro, who will also share readings of their work, showing that Chicano/a poetry is evolving right here in Denver.The Bar at Plaza38, 3550 West 39th Avenue, #98 The Colorado Alliance of Latino Mentors and Authors (CALMA) will gather for a panel discussion with local poets Ramon Del Castillo, Laura Soto, Margie Domingo and Jose"Jozer" Guererro, who will also share readings of their work, showing that Chicano/a poetry is evolving right here in Denver.It has a long history reaching back to Lalo Delgado’s “Stupid America,” a classic protest poem from 1969 that helped inspire Denver’s Crusade for Justice.California imports more electricity than any other state — about , including some from coal-fired plants that are larges sources of greenhouse gases, according to the California Energy Commission.The discussion and reading is free; find info here.The discussion and reading is free; find info here.Do you know of a great free event in Denver? We'll be updating this list through the week; send information to.According to multiple studies, black cats are more likely to be surrendered to shelters, spend longer there, and finally be euthanized than any other shade of feline.
Fifteen Things to Do for Free in Denver This WeekendGet up and out there! The action starts early today. You should have had the opening concert at Levitt Pavilion on this list. I went last night and it was very good with bands from Peru and Mexico
Five things to know about nuclear power in CaliforniaSo what should Californians know about the state’s reliance on nuclear power? - Diablo Canyon supplies enough power for 3 million people - California gets nuclear power from out of state, too - Hurdles remain to keeping the plant open Sad that CA & US stopped investing in nuclear energy while France gets 70% of its electricity from nuclear If CA kept investing in nuclear,opened additional plants last 40yrs at France's pace CA emissions would be best in US while building a world leading nuclear industry
Five Things to Head Off the Hex on Friday the 13thToday is the only Friday the 13th of the year. Here are some local events to help you celebrate.
Into the Woods: Denver Botanic Gardens Debuts Ursula von RydingsvardThis acclaimed international artist makes her Mile High City debut at the Botanic Gardens.
Victim asks judge to dismiss criminal case against Denver Broncos’ Jerry JeudyUPDATE: The mother of Jerry Jeudy’s 1-month-old child asked an Arapahoe County judge today to dismiss the case against the Broncos wide receiver, saying she never felt threatened during the domestic dispute that led to the 23-year-old’s arrest Thursday. Rmieds23 timmylo21 Why call ACSO then ? Of course she did. He never should’ve been arrested in the first place.
Bison Bone, Elektric Animals and the Best Concerts in Denver This WeekendElektric Animals brings tarot cards to Lost Lake on Friday.