It's the start of a long holiday weekend and the weather will be pretty typical for this time of year in Colorado. That means each day will feature scattered showers and thunderstorms during the afternoon.Mornings are typically dry and quiet with scattered clouds left over from storms on the previous day. Then as we add in daytime heating we usually see showers and storms form in the mountains around noon and across the lower elevations after 2 or 3 p.m. each day.Temperatures over the next few days will be near normal for this time of year with 80s and lower 90s in Denver, on the eastern plains and western slope. We'll see mostly 70s in the mountains with 60s above 10,000 feet.Looking ahead to next week there are signs in a few of the extended forecast charts that a heat wave could be on the way to Colorado. Some data shows highs in Denver potentially approaching 100 degrees by next weekend.
(Aurora, Colo.) Three first-to-market retailers are opening at Southlands Shopping Center in Aurora. The Alley Tea Room will open its first Colorado location this fall, offering a variety of milk tea, boba tea and tea lattes.
The Denver Convention Center will be buzzing with creatures, monsters, and unusual sights this weekend. The annual Fan Expo is back in town (aka Comic Con). We have a the prequel to what you will see walking the streets of Denver.
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The 2022 Stanley Cup playoffs have ended, with the Colorado Avalanche winning their first Cup since 2001. As the runner-up Tampa Bay Lightning and the other 30 non-Cup winners look to prevent an Avs repeat next season, there are a number of lingering questions on how exactly they'll go about doing it.
After 21 years and a legendary run that matched the most combined regular season and playoff wins in NHL history with 72 in 102 games played, the Colorado Avalanche are the 2022 Stanley Cup Champions. As the champs were saluted in front of the hometown fans Wednesday night at Coors Field, there was a question — I’m sure — in the backs of the minds of many Rockies fans: When (if ever) will the Rockies get the chance to hoist their own hard-won trophy at 20th and Blake, or will Coors Field continue to only play host to visiting champions as a mere stop on a much larger victory tour.
(Denver, Colo.) RedLine Contemporary Arts Center will accept Arts in Society grant applications from July 1 through Aug. 29. The project awards grants to projects that engage the arts to address or raise awareness of statewide civic, social and community-informed challenges.
July 1 (UPI) -- The Denver Nuggets and All-NBA center Nikola Jokic agreed to a five-year extension worth at least $264 million, the most lucrative pact in league history. Sources told The Athletic, the Denver Post and ESPN about the agreement late Thursday. The Athletic and Post reported the total...
Blair and Lauri Hamill of Travel Posters(Courtesy of Downtown Denver Partnership) (Denver, Colo.) The first three of five local businesses selected to receive startup support through the PopUp Denver program open their doors Friday in vacant storefronts on the 16th Street Mall.
Marlin Briscoe, the first Black starting quarterback in modern American football, died Monday at the age of 76. Drafted by the AFL's Denver Broncos as a cornerback, Briscoe threw for 1,589 yards and a 14 touchdowns in 1968's rookie season. The team said they were "heartbroken" to learn of Briscoe's death in a statement posted on Twitter.
Marlin Briscoe, the first Black quarterback to start a modern professional football game, died Monday at the age of 76. His daughter, Angela Marriott, confirmed to the Associated Press that Briscoe died of a California hospital after facing circulation issues in his legs. Briscoe began his career with the Denver...
Denver’s 17th Street was flooded with blue and red yesterday morning as Avalanche fans flocked to Union Station. Celebrating the team’s first Stanley Cup Win since 2001, hundreds of thousands of fans took to downtown Denver to watch the parade festivities. “I’m feeling cup crazy,” said Avalanche fan...
In a quiet, grassy field in Arvada, a small army of 20 drones sat ready for takeoff. Graham Hill, their operator, peered out from a nearby control tent, watching as the lightbulbs fixed onto each robot blinked a blue light. That signaled to him that they were ready to fly.
Now that the Great Resignation has played out, companies are gearing up for the Great Return — the return to the office, that is. With COVID receding, people who have been working remotely for the past two years are gearing up to head back to offices, and companies are trying to figure out ways to make the transition as easy as possible.
While many homeowners in Denver see summer as the best time for vacations, family get-togethers, and other fun activities, understand that this is also the best time for renovation and improvement projects. You don’t want to experience problems with your house after having fun throughout the summer. As a homeowner, it is crucial to identify the repair and improvement projects you can implement to make your space more functional. Get done with these home improvement projects before the end of summer.
The Denver comedy scene is bringing the heat this July with these 25 can’t miss comedy shows. Where: Comedy Works Downtown, 1226 15th St, Denver. The Lowdown: Writer, director and comedian Neal Brennan is best known for co-creating Chapelle Show and his role as writer and correspondent on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. Brennan is currently on the road touring his second comedy special Unacceptable. Get tickets here.
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There's nothing more Fourth of July than the rocket's-red-glare, the bombs bursting in air. But this year, America's birthday celebration is changing with the times. This year dozens of cities, from California to Texas to Florida, are replacing fireworks with drones. Hundreds of them will be synchronized and swooping into formations like the Statue of Liberty, an eagle, and, yes, even a drone version of a firework.
Robots have been used in the manufacturing sector for decades, but now they’re poised to enter the health-care industry as a kind of super-human social worker. DreamFace Technologies LLC, a Denver-based startup, is paving the way with what’s called socially assistive robotics to improve the wellbeing of senior citizens.
The former Johnson and Wales University campus is coming back to life even though the school quit enrolling students in June 2020. A year ago, the nonprofit affordable housing developer the Urban Land Conservancy, Denver Public Schools and the Denver Housing Authority purchased the South Park Hill institution to create a hub of education, economic development and affordable housing in partnership with various community groups.