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My First Staycation

I’m going on my first staycation this weekend. Well, no, not really. I suppose I’m not going anywhere. I’m staying right here in Denver, hanging out with my puppy, and doing some things around town. The two of us kicked it off this past weekend by taking a walk through Cherry Creek State Park and […]

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Hanging with the Modern Masters at the Denver Art Museum

The best part of my weekend was spent with a friend checking out Modern Masters at the Denver Art Museum. The exhibition, which is traveling from the Albright-Knox Gallery in Buffalo, New York, is the museum’s latest venture into awesomeness. How so? Well, I’m glad you asked… Lately, everything amazing that travels through town seems […]

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Happy Frozen Friday!

Atlanta, Minneapolis, New York City; all week, people have been complaining about the snow and the cold. Heck, who am I kidding? If you live in Minneapolis, you’ve whined about it all winter long – and, despite knowingly living in such a frozen place, you’re justified in doing so. It’s been bitter cold. Denver doesn’t […]

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The Holidays in Denver

Holidays for me as a child in Minnesota were spent the same way each year, albeit quite deliciously. Thanksgiving turkey. A half pork and half beef Christmas roast tied together. Grandma’s caramel rolls. Grandma. I’d wait anxiously for my grandparents to drive down to the Twin Cities each winter. They’d come both for Thanksgiving and […]

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Passport to Paris with Paws

We walked out of Passport to Paris at the Denver Art Museum discussing which piece was our favorite. There were so many to choose from – three separate sections of the exhibition, actually – that it was difficult for me to decide. I could narrow it down to a handful, while Maria, my date, was […]

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Checking Out MythBusters at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science

I don’t watch a lot of television, nor have I since somewhere around the fourth grade. That’s when my teacher remarked on my report card that my reading comprehension needed some big help. Funny thing is, when my father read that, he comprehended it just fine. So well in fact that he proceeded to cut […]

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