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WSJ publishes "Insider's Guide to Denver"

The Wall Street Journal published an "Insider's Guide to Denver" with tips from MCA Denver's Adam Lerner, Rioja's Jennifer Jasinski and other local luminaries.

The city is a magnet for outdoor-lovers, thanks to its proximity to the mountains, its 200-plus parks and (by some estimates) 300-plus days of sunshine per year. From City Park -- home to the Denver Zoo, the 1908 Prismatic Electric Fountain and the Denver Museum of Nature & Science -- to Washington Park, where the city goes to run and cycle, there is always something to do. And, most likely, a sunny day to do it.

You can also rack up miles by strolling from one cool neighborhood to another. Lower Downtown, or LoDo, a national model for how to balance preservation and development, is awaiting the midsummer completion of renovations to the Beaux-Arts Union Station. Across the South Platte River is LoHi (Lower Highland), a flourishing neighborhood, packed with bars and restaurants, that attracts empty-nesters as well as young professionals. In once-industrial RiNo, or River North, warehouses and factories have been turned into artist studios, galleries and even wineries like the Infinite Monkey Theorem.

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