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Stephanie Wolf

Born and raised in Atlanta, Stephanie has spent the past 12 years living out her dreams as a professional ballet dancer. She's performed a broad range of classical and contemporary repertoire with the Minnesota Ballet, James Sewell Ballet, Ballet Montana, the Metropolitan Opera, Ballets with a Twist, and most recently, Denver's own Wonderbound/Ballet Nouveau Colorado. In conjunction with her performing career, she's developed a varied writing portfolio. Her work has been published online and in print with national and international publications. She also worked as a copywriter for Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. Stephanie is now trading in her pointe shoes for the written word, allowing this new passion to guide her in life.



Museo Explores the Arts of the Americas

Museo de las Americas in Denver's Arts District on Santa Fe employs outside-of-the-box educational programming and immersive art exhibitions to bring awareness to the cultures of the Americas for Latinos and non-Latinos alike. 

Jeremy Duhon

Jeremy Duhon: 'Denver Is No Longer an Underdog'

Jeremy Duhon of Denver Investments and TEDxMileHigh lives by a very Colorado adage: work hard, play hard. He says Denver has grown markedly in many different directions and the city needs to shout about its maturation for the entire country to hear. 


Transit-Oriented Development Aims to Shape Growth in Denver

With a substantial influx of people migrating to Denver, the city and RTD are looking to accommodate this increase in population density in a responsible manner. Enter TOD, transit-oriented development, which looks to enhance public transit efficiency and transform city transit stations into hubs for living, working and playing.

The WaterGirls perform at TEDx Mile High talks in November 2013.

TEDxMileHigh Seeks to Inspire Denver

Now in its fourth year of events, TEDxMileHigh and its illustrious roster of speakers have shared plenty of great ideas with Denver, inspiring the city's residents to think differently. The organization's momentum continues to increase in 2014, says Founder Jeremy Duhon. 


The itchy-O Marching Band: Chaos of the Best Variety

Denver's itchy-O Marching Band is a 36-piece collective and one of the city's most compelling musical acts. Their shows are less likely to be on the calendar than not -- expect itchy-O to put on a show in unexpected venues, without any prior notice.
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