(VIDEO) Casa Bonita Is Back After a $40 Million Renovation
After Casa Bonita's $40 million renovation by South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone, Colorado's very own Disneyland of Mexican Food restaurant and home of cliff divers is officially back. Now that its grand reopening is underway, regular people are getting in from the waitlist, and there's a lot to love about the new Casa Bonita.
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(VIDEO) New Denver Cheap Eats You Should Try in 2024
When you're looking for the best new food and best restaurants in Denver, it doesn't need to be expensive. 2023 brought a lot of good, new, and affordable cheap eats to the Denver area. In this video, I share a lot of my favorite new Denver cheap eats you should try in 2024.
Sunrise After the Snow in Denver
Cold and quiet this Sunday morning with the sun coming up after the snow.
Cold and quiet this Sunday morning with the sun coming up after the snow. #sunday #weather #cowx #denver #snow
Denver's Dating Drought Leaves Single Women Thirsty for Love
Once hailed as the paradise of single men, Denver, famously dubbed 'Menver' for its abundance of eligible bachelors, seems to have lost its charm. Gone are the days when the city buzzed with tales of romantic encounters and stories of women being swept off their feet by adventurous, outdoorsy men. Now, a chorus of disappointed voices from the Mile High City's female population laments the disappearance of these once-abundant single hunks. The culprit? A blend of COVID-19, the rise of dating apps, and a significant influx of women, all conspiring to change the dating landscape drastically.
Watching the Snow During Weather Delay at DIA
Mesmerized by the sloppy, heavy, wet snow sliding down window on United flight while on weather delay at Denver International Airport (DIA).
Denver Urged to Stop Accepting Migrants as Discharge of Families Looms
As Denver prepares to enforce length-of-stay policies, 150 people will be discharged from shelters on Monday, with hundreds more to follow in the coming weeks. This situation has arisen due to a lack of funding and space, leading advocates for migrants to suggest that Denver should temporarily stop accepting new arrivals. Yoli Casas, the Director of Vive Wellness, emphasizes the challenges faced in finding housing for discharged families and expresses concern about people becoming homeless.
Denver Health Faces Crisis: Struggling Hospitals Grapple with Growing Migrant Population
Colorado's hospitals, particularly Denver Health Hospital, find themselves in the throes of a challenging situation as they grapple with the strain of providing medical care to an expanding population, largely composed of migrants.
Rooftop Sunrise in Denver
What a way to start a Monday with this rooftop sunrise in Denver. It’s going to be around 60°F today!
Rooftop sunrise in Denver. What a way to start a Monday. Going to be around 60°F today! #sunrise #denver #cowx #weather #monday #colorado
Grants given to Denver businesses impacted by encampments
Almost 70 Denver businesses were given grant awards to help offset costs they may have incurred by having encampments nearby. FOX31's Matt Mauro. Denver's business community has argued for years that encroaching encampments have led to falling foot traffic, slumping sales, and safety issues like property damage.
Colorado-Raised First Lady and Her Historic Denver Home
Mamie Geneva Doud Eisenhower was born in 1896, in Boone, Iowa. She was the daughter of John Sheldon Doud and Elivera Mathilda Carlson Doud. When Mamie was nine, the family moved to Colorado. when. Mamie attended local Denver public schools. In 1915, she graduated from the private Wolcott School. The Wolcott was a former school for girls located at 1410 N Marion St. Denver. The Wolcott School building is still standing. This historic Cheesman Park neighborhood building has been converted into an apartment complex.
Train Debacle at DIA
When did Tuesday become the new Monday rush at Denver International Airport? A shutdown train made for long lines in Main, A, and B terminals. What a mess!
Saturday Sunrise Over Denver
This Saturday sunrise was a good one over the Mile High City.