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It's impossible to walk through this neighborhood without a right brain light bulb. The district for arts and culture, this area is a geometry of eight history and art museums and numerous open studios. It's also home to the Civic Center, the Convention Center, the Colorado Ballet, the Denver Philharmonic Orchestra, the Curious Theatre Company and the Colorado State Capitol Building.

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What If All of Denver's Bikers and Walkers Banded Together? They Have, and They Want Safer Streets.

Denver's funding for walking and biking infrastructure is meager compared to the budgets of peer cities. The Denver Streets Partnership is looking to shift the paradigm, with a big target of $800 million.

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Raising community awareness, and lots of cash, at Denver PrideFest

Denver's annual party and parade, the largest celebration of LGBT pride in the region, is way more than an extravagant block party: It pays for local LGBT programming all year long.  

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A Golden Opportunity for the Golden Triangle

The Golden Triangle Creative District has some seriously enviable assets for a creative district. By leveraging such anchors as the Denver Art Museum, the plan is to catalyze the neighborhood for working artists.

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The Denver Art Museumís Renovation Project Is Way Bigger Than You Think

The largest donation in DAM’s history launched the organization’s ambitious North Building Revitalization, a $150 million project that’s expected to transform not just Gio Ponti’s landmark structure, but the surrounding neighborhood, too.

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CriTiki Party Stirs Up Critiques and Cocktails in Podcast Paradise

Welcome to the CriTiki Party, where the sun is hot, the drinks are frozen, and the conversation about writing is intoxicatingly insightful.  
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Now & Next: Five Reasons You Donít Want to Miss IdeaLab 2017

IdeaLab 2017 is a chance to share project ideas with other creative entrepreneurs. Speakers include Steven Renderos, of the Center for Media Justice, poet Suzi Q. Smith and The Equity Project's Nita Mosby Tyler.
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