Entries by Mindy Sink

Meet the Bookmobile at LITTLE RED

When families come to see LITTLE RED, a musical retelling of the classic children’s story, Little Red Riding Hood, they might start thinking about all of the other familiar children’s books too. On Dec. 17, the Denver Public Library’s Bookmobile will be there with many books to choose from. Start learning about other variations on […]

Making the Most of Your Camp Christmas Time

If you’re off to Camp Christmas, the holiday production created by artist Lonnie Hanzon, consider making a day — or night — of it in Lakewood’s Belmar area as you embrace the holiday spirit through November and December. As you select your timed entry you will be factoring in weather, the dietary needs of your […]

Getting Immersed in Denver

Immersive art is a thing now, but what does it mean? Usually it means something that is fully contained; rather than look at a painting in a frame on a wall, the painting might be projected and seemingly ooze from the wall as music plays; or you might put on virtual reality goggles and have […]

What’s So Funny? Denver’s Comedy Scene

Who couldn’t use a good laugh these days? Denver has a robust calendar of hilarious standup and other comedy performances. Whether you’re planning a date night, bachelorette fun, or just want to try something new, there is probably a showcase that will tickle the old funny bone nearby. Or, if you think you’re pretty amusing, […]

Local Activities to Embrace Chinese Culture

Denver is a long way from China, yet it is possible to learn more about Chinese culture here in Colorado by signing up for specific classes and participating in local programs. JOYOUS CHINESE CULTURAL CENTER   The Joyous Chinese Cultural Center is primarily dedicated to children, especially those who were adopted from China and not […]

Explore the Clayton Neighborhood and Beyond

Depending on your selected show time for Theater of the Mind, you could find yourself planning a pre-show brunch, an early dinner, or apps and drinks. The show takes place in a recently revived area that sits between the greater RiNo neighborhood and the historic residential Clayton neighborhood. All locations listed below are conveniently located […]

Going Greek in Denver

You wouldn’t know it from the lack of pristine blue sea waters, but Denver has some Greek to it. Beyond Greek food, you can find architecture, art, and more, inspired by the Grecian culture. Architecture The most distinctive Greek-inspired architecture in Denver is in Civic Center Park with the Greek Theater and Colonnade of Civic […]