The civilized route to ski country: The Winter Park Express
All aboard the Winter Park Express at Denver's Union Station

The civilized route to ski country: The Winter Park Express

There is a better way to go skiing -- every Friday and Saturday, January-March, Amtrak offers the "Winter Park Express" from Denver's Union Station to a platform just a short hike from Winter Park's ski lifts.

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Sunday brunch at Safta: eclectic Middle-Eastern cuisine in Denver
The apricot tumeric scones at Safta were to die for

Sunday brunch at Safta: eclectic Middle-Eastern cuisine in Denver

Safta, from James Beard Award-winning Executive Chef / Partner Alon Shaya offers signature modern Israeli cuisine, combining the flavors of Morocco, Lebanon, Palestine, Bulgaria and Turkey

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Apollo Palooza at Wings Over The Rockies
A very early boilerplate that was used for testing the design of the Apollo command modules

Apollo Palooza at Wings Over The Rockies

Wings Over the Rockies is a terrific museum for kids, who can interact with many of the exhibits, flip the switches and turn the knobs of the early planes and spacecraft

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Taking the Kids — celebrating Leonardo da Vinci 500 years after his death
The SENSORY4 experience compels you to leave behind the world as you know it

Taking the Kids — celebrating Leonardo da Vinci 500 years after his death

Welcome to the new “Leonardo da Vinci’: 500 Years of Genius exhibit at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, which runs until Aug. 25

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Denver Performing Arts: Xanadu Inspires with Roller Skates and 80’s Hits
Xanadu at the Denver Center for the Performaing Arts

Denver Performing Arts: Xanadu Inspires with Roller Skates and 80’s Hits

Xanadu, produced by Denver Center for the Performing Arts Cabaret, captures the spirit of the 1980s while appealing to many generations. The musical is adapted from the cult classic movie with the same title starring Olivia Newton John and Gene Kelly

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The Curious Theater Company’s The Cake Fosters Conversation in a Sweet Way
The Cake at Denver's Curious Theater Company

The Curious Theater Company’s The Cake Fosters Conversation in a Sweet Way

Talking about controversial issues doesn’t seem so hard when it’s paired with comedy and confection. That’s why The Cake, a play featured at Denver's Curious Theater Company, is good for both the mind and the stomach

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The newest revival of Oklahoma! delights Denver audiences
Dancing scene from Denver production of Oklahoma!

The newest revival of Oklahoma! delights Denver audiences

The newest revival of Oklahoma!, which we just saw in Denver, shows that a good theater can produce a beloved musical that not only entertains, but provokes thought and discussion

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Denver’s Big Eat 2018 – Slow food and accessibility for all tastes and sizes
One of the many decorated snail sculptures at Denver Performing Arts Center, home of Denver's Big Eat 2018

Denver’s Big Eat 2018 – Slow food and accessibility for all tastes and sizes

There is almost too much to try at The Big Eat 2018, presented by Eat Denver and the kickoff to the Slow Food Nations Festival that draws tens of thousands to Denver. This year’s theme is “Food for Change”

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