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Fishing guide Tom Caprio doesn’t bring his own rod when he goes fishing — well, he’s not really fishing. His job is to make sure other people catch fish. Caprio, 55, guides fly-fishing tours for Colorado Fly Fishing Adventures and founded … more
Knee deep in the north fork of the South Platte River, John Scialdone whips his fly rod back and forth across the water. With a flick of the wrist, he jerks the rod forward, sweeping the line through the air, landing it in the water. His cast is … more
From bucking broncs to homemade chili, a portable World War II exhibit to bounce houses, this year's county fair has something for everyone. The Jefferson County Fair takes place Aug. 7-9 at Jefferson County Fairgrounds, 15200 W. 6th Ave., in … more
The building that houses the Tavern Uptown, a popular watering hole at 538 E. 17th Ave., is being redeveloped into a mixed-use project with plans to develop an eight-story building with roughly 315 … more
As an aviation electronics expert in the Marine Corps during the early 1990s, Fernando Salazar could see the future. “I worked with a lot of really high-tech stuff,” Salazar said. “Because of my background in the military, I had a firm … more
The brick four-story Victorian building at 1727 Tremont Place says “Navarre” on its facade, but today it has a new life as the American Museum of Western Art, and houses the impressive Western art collection belonging to businessman Phil … more
If ever there was a sworn devotee — a chanting, face-painted worshipper — of the Big, it is Marvel. So the prospect that Ant-Man, the minuscule Mighty Mouse of Marvel's stable of powerhouses, might join the brawny big-screen ranks of the … more
With only a few weeks left, the Colorado Renaissance Festival in Larkspur was full of visitors on a recent day. On July 12, several hundred were adorned in fairy wings, wizard cloaks and even pirate peg legs, snacking on turkey legs and throwing … more
Historic Larimer Square, Denver's first and oldest downtown shopping, dining and entertainment district, and Metropolitan State University of Denver, Colorado's public urban university, are … more
Cake Crumbs Bakery at 2216 Kearney St. in Park Hill is again a destination for art enjoyment — as well as treats. Painters Ron Zito and Katy Charles have joined forces to exhibit their paintings of wild animals: “Wild Things” will be at … more
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