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Summer Reservations for Aspen's Maroon Bells Begins April 12

Plan now to explore the great outdoors in Aspen this summer. Reservations are required to see the iconic and picturesque Maroon Bells.

Attractions
Easter Sunrise Service at Red Rocks Amph...

The traditional Red Rock's Easter Sunday sunrise service will once again go virtual this year. Easter service is a virtual gathering due to COVID-19 concerns.

Events
Memorial Keepsakes of King Soopers Shoot...

The growing memorial at the King Soopers where 10 people were killed in a mass shooting is being archived by the museum to preserve the stories and keepsakes.

Local News
Get Ready to Ride! Elitch Gardens to Reopen May 1

Elitch Gardens will operate at 18 percent capacity with new safety measures in place.

Things To Do
Red Rocks Is Opening at 2,500 Capacity i...

The music venue could be allowed to sell more tickets as COVID-19 numbers improve.

Local News
Easter Sunrise on Skis at 11,200 Feet, N...

With the moon cycles ever in favor of Colorado Easter sunrises, anyone can experience this moonlit/sunrise adventure as long as you're willing and able to go for a 4-mile ski trek at 0-dark-thirty.

Attractions
Denver Botanic Gardens to Host Annual Spring Plant Sale Online Ag...

The Denver Botanic Gardens' much-anticipated spring plant sale will be held online for second year. Shop online for your favorite plants, and then pick up your orders later.

Events
Road Trip! Colorado Adds 2 New Scenic an...

Hit the road to see the beauty and history of Southern Colorado.

Attractions
Mass Vaccination Clinic Now Open at Dick...

The clinic site will operate weekly, Sunday through Wednesday, as vaccine supplies allow.

Local News
The Revised Colorado COVID Dial Will Eliminate Restrictions for O...

Dial 3.0 will make it easier for counties to move into Level Green. They go into effect on March 25.

Local News
Colorado State-cations: Take a Walk on t...

From lions to parrots, Colorado is home to several organizations and refuges that are home to a wide variety of species.

Attractions
Vigils Planned to Remember Those Lost in...

Let's honor the 10 lives lost in the Boulder King Soopers shooting on Monday afternoon. A few vigils are set to be held this week, with the possibility of more.

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Update: Frederick Police Department Choo...

The Frederick Police Department asked for the public's help last month naming its new K-9, a 15-month-old Belgian Malinois-German Shepherd crossbreed. The department received 614 name suggestions from the community.

Local News
Are You Brave Enough for This Horror Bar in Denver?

The new "Horror Bar" on Colfax features weekly horror film screenings and scary good craft cocktails.

Restaurants
Full Lineup for the 2021 Film on the Roc...

Red Rocks Amphitheatre and Park has released its movie lineup for fan-favorite event Film on the Rocks. Red Rocks is hosting 21 drive-in shows and three amphitheater shows.

Events
Denver Zoo Ranks as One of the Best and ...

The Denver Zoo is one of the city's greatest attractions, and it's getting some much-deserved recognition! "Travel + Leisure" has ranked the Denver Zoo as one of the best and most ethical in the entire country.

Local News
Denver Lifts Outdoor Mask Order

On Wednesday, April 14, the City and County of Denver announced changes to its COVID-19 restrictions. The changes will see the outdoor mask order lifted and capacity limits for businesses loosened, starting this Friday.

Local News
12 Fabulous Things to Do in Denver This ...

Free coffee, movies, and some Colorado Rockies Baseball are heading your way! All this and more this weekend in Denver, April 16–18.

Events
Aspen Music Festival Announces In-Person...

After having to cancel last summer's in-person season amid the coronavirus pandemic, the Aspen Music Festival and School recently announced a 52-day lineup for July and August 2021. The festival dates line up with its 72nd anniversary season.

Events
Back to 100%: Douglas County Opts Out of Tri-County Health Order

The Douglas County Board of Commissioners voted 3-0 to opt-out of the Tri-County Public Health Department order. Beginning this Friday, business owners and churches in Douglas County will be able to set their own capacity limits.

Local News
Second Bald Eagle Egg Unlikely to Hatch ...

Standley Lake park officials say the egg might not be viable. Fans who would check the live Standley Lake Eagle Cam were hoping to see the little eaglet over the rim of the eagle's nest.

Local News
Water World Scheduled to Reopen Memorial...

Water World announced it will open for the 2021 season on May 29 after remaining closed during the 2020 season due to COVID-19. Park attendance will be reduced and managed through pre-visit ticketing and reservations.

Attractions
Why You'll See Military Helicopters Flying Over Denver This Week

The Colorado Army National Guard's 2nd Brigade, 135th General Support Aviation Battalion, will be hosting its annual wildfire training conference this week in Denver. The training is set to take place from April 13–18.

Local News
Colorado's Casa Bonita Files for Chapter...

Colorado's most iconic restaurant has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Casa Bonita filed on April 6 for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Despite the bankruptcy filing, the restaurant's website still says it will be opening soon.

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National Articles
'Harry Potter,' 'Peaky Blinders' Actress...

British actress Helen McCrory, who is best known for her roles in "Harry Potter" and "Peaky Blinders," has died, announced her family on Friday. She was 52. McCrory died of cancer.

Entertainment
15 Most Popular Idioms and Their Meaning...

An idiom is a phrase whose meaning isn't necessarily obvious from a first glance at the individual words. We've scoured the internet and found 15 of the most-popular idioms in the English language and their meanings.

Local Culture
VIDEO: Squirrel Gets Drunk After Feasting on Pears

While many of us were stuffed last week, this squirrel had some dizzying effects from his feast.

Home & Garden
VIDEO: 'Godzilla'-Like Lizard 'Takes Ove...

A huge—and we mean, huge—lizard was seen in a Thailand 7-Eleven last week. This giant Asian Monitor lizard walked into the convenience store and began climbing the shelves. And it was all captured on camera!

World
Most Popular Toy the Year You Were Born:...

We've looked far and wide to find the most popular toys of every year, from 1950 to 2009. What was the most popular toy the year YOU were born?

Local Culture
The First Supermoon of 2021 Is Set to Shine Bright on April 26

It's going to be the biggest and brightest pink supermoon this year! It's also the first of two supermoons to happen in 2021.

Events
'Demonic' Dog Put Up for Adoption in Bru...

New Jersey woman puts New Jersey chihuahua up for adoption on Facebook because he drives her crazy. Woman says chihuahua hates animals, men, and children and compares him to a gremlin.

National News
4 Best Ways to Compost This Spring

Why should I compost? Well, the answer is simple—it's beneficial for the environment, it reduces waste, it improves soil health, it conserves resources, and it's rewarding!

Home & Garden
VIDEO: Research Finds Snakes Can Climb Trees Like a Lasso

Colorado State University (CSU) researchers were examining the use of baffles (often a long deterrent, sometimes in a shape of a stovepipe, a cone, and more) to protect the nests of Micronesia starlings on Guam when they noticed snakes hitching their way up trees in a unique way.

World
Dozens of Recipes for When You're Stuck ...

Cooking and eating at home can get boring fast when you're stuck at home. We've compiled some of our favorite recipes over the past year to help you stay well-fed, happy, and healthy. Let's get started!

Recipes
Starbucks Is Celebrating Earth Month By ...

April is Earth Month, and Starbucks is celebrating by giving you the chance to win freebies and discounts. Similar to its Starbucks for Life game, this game combines instant-win but with puzzles, for an added twist.

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McDonald's Closing Hundreds of Restaurants Inside Walmart

The restaurants have suffered due to the loss of foot traffic and migration to drive-thru and delivery service.

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