The Women’s March kicked off seven consecutive Saturdays of protests in Denver and set the tone for 2017. This year already feels different.
On the 21st day of 2017 — 74 days after the 2016 presidential election and one day after President Donald Trump’s inauguration — hundreds of thousands of people in cities across the country took to the streets for a Women’s March. More than 100,000 of those marchers were in Denver.
On Jan. 20, 2018, the Women’s March returns for a second round. It’s difficult to predict whether the crowd will reach last year’s enormous size, but the feeling among organizers and activists is that the energy is still there — but it has different jobs to do this year.
Tickets to see the touring production of “Hamilton” in Denver go on sale Jan. 22.
On Jan. 10, I found a post on my neighborhood Nextdoor that worried me: “Hamilton for mountain house!”
A woman was searching for “Hamilton” tickets so she could take her son, a super fan. She offered to pay full price and add in a weekend at her Breckenridge home for “anyone who is willing to give-up their ticket.”
Of course, no one has tickets yet, and anyone who led her to believe so is either mistaken or lying.
Four Denver coffee shops remain: Corvus Coffee Roasters, Huckleberry Roasters, The Denver Bicycle Café and Crema Coffee. Which will make it to the last round?
Here it is, Denver — the second-to-last round of the Mile High Coffee Quest.
We’ve been through three tense rounds of voting to get here. The matchups get closer with each passing round, and some favorites have fallen. But four Denver coffee shops remain: Corvus Coffee Roasters, Huckleberry Roasters, The Denver Bicycle Café and Crema Coffee.