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City & County of Denver, Colorado
[est. 1858, incorp. Nov 1861]

flag of the State of Colorado          flag [est. 1926] of the City & County of Denver, Colorado          Seal of the City & County of Denver, Colorado
Denver City was founded in 1858, at that time within Kansas Territory. The Territory of Colorado was created on 28 February 1861,
and Denver was incorporated on 7 November 1861; the first state capitol was [Old] Colorado City (from 1861–63), then Golden City (from 1863–69),
before moving to Denver City in 1869. Denver was the county seat of Arapahoe County from 1861 to 1902, when the city & county governments
were consolidated. Colorado was admitted to the Union on 1 August 1876 {the 38th state}.

The City & County of Denver covers 154.9 square miles (401.3 km²) and has a population of 634,265 (2012 estimate); the ten-county
Denver Metro Statistical Area covers 8,414.4 square miles (21,793 km²) with a population of 2,599,504 (2012 estimate).

Denver, Colorado 'The Mile High City' official website
Denver, Colorado entry at Wikipedia
Denver [CO] Metro C.V.B.
Denver [CO] Democrats

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Colorado Historical Society [est. 1879], 1200 Broadway in Denver
Colorado Bluegrass Music Society [est. 1999?] based in Metro Denver
International Institute for Indigenous Resource Management [est. 1997] in Denver, Colorado
Office Space & Executive Suites for Lease in Denver, Colorado
Denver, Colorado Area Mensa
Mile High Business Alliance [est. 2007] in Denver, Colorado
Dazbog Coffee Co. of Denver, Colorado
Civic Center Park Conservancy [est. 2004]
Colorado Convention Center [est. 1990] in Downtown Denver
Rockmount Ranch Wear [est. 1946] in Denver, Colorado
OmniTRAX [est. 1986] is based in Denver and operates 17 regional & short line railroads in 11 states and 3 provinces in Canada
Denver Press Club http://www.pressclub.org/
U.S. Mint at Denver [est. 1906]
Railroad Photos by Tom Klinger of Wheatridge, Colorado
district www.LoDo.org
Union Station
new Denver Petroleum Club at 5280 & Denver Athletic Club
famous Hammond’s Candies factory located in Denver, Colorado
Denver World Trade Center, 1625 Broadway
http://www.icelanticskis.com/ 621 Kalamath Street | Denver, Colorado | 80204
Landmark Worldwide Education Corp. Center for Denver is in Highlands Ranch, Colorado
Sundance Publications, Ltd. [est. 2006], 221 Sherman Street publishes railroad history books in Denver, Colorado
I.W.W. workers & anarchists union - Denver-Boulder Branch
Stephen Dynia Architects [est. 1993], 3459 Ringsby Court in Denver, Colorado

world's largest model trains store  Caboose Hobbies [est. 1938] model train store, 500 So. Broadway in Denver, Colorado


Denver International Airport [est. 1995]

Union Pacific Railroad [est. 1862, U.P./S.P. merger Sept. 1996]

Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway [est. 1849 & 1859]

Amtrak Passenger Service [est. May 1971]

D&RGW Ski Train [1940-2009] to Winter Park

Regional Transportation District Bus Service [est. 1969]

Regional Transportation District Light Rail [est. 1994]
includes 6 light rail lines with 46 stations and 47 miles (76 km) of track; the Denver West Light Rail Line to Golden opened 4/2013.

Regional Transportation District Skyride bus service to/from the airport

A Few Important People

Governor John Hickenlooper [since Jan 2011; Dem]
official website • Wikipedia • campaign website

Sen. Mark Udall [since 2009; Dem] is up for re-election in 2014
official website • Wikipedia • campaign website

Sen. Michael Bennet [appointed Jan 2009; Dem] is up for re-election in 2016
official website • Wikipedia • campaign website

Mayor of Denver Michael B. Hancock [sworn 7/2011; Dem]
official website • Wikipedia • campaign website

fascist billionaire Philip Anschutz of Denver, Colorado

mystery author Margaret Coel was born in Denver, Colorado in 1937; she lives in Boulder, Colorado.

author Courtney Ryley Cooper [1886-1940] of Denver, Colorado
browse books • credits [1913-41] at IMDb • Wikipedia

silent movie star Douglas Fairbanks, Sr. [1883-1939] was born in Denver, Colorado

author John Fante [1909-83] was born in Denver, Colorado

Henry D. Perky of Denver, Colorado patented shredded wheat in 1895

writer Damon Runyon [1880-1946] worked at the Denver Post and then the Rocky Mountain News in the 1900s.

Denver, Colorado police detective 'Whispering' Smith [18??-1914]

Denver Area Events
Broadway Tour: Broadway shows in Denver, Colorado
National Western Stock Show & Rodeo [Jan 2013 = #107] in Denver, Colorado
Rocky Mountain Train Show [July 2017 = #42] & Big Boy Days at Forney Museum of Transportation
Rocky Mountain Book and Paper Fair [Aug 2016 = #32] in Denver, Colorado
Denver Silent Film Festival [Sept 2012 = #2]
Nan Desu Kan animι & cosplay convention [Sept 2016 = #20] at the Denver Marriott
The Denver Beerathon [Sept 2013 = #1]
Denver [CO] Indigenous Film & Arts Festival [Oct 2015 = #12]
Great American Beer Festival [Oct 2013 = #32] in Denver, Colorado
Denver International Wine Festival [Nov 2013 = #9] in Broomfield, Colorado
Starz Denver Intl. Film Festival [Nov 2011 = #34]
Nan Desu Kan New Year's Eve animι & cosplay Costume Ball [December 31st] in Denver, Colorado

Denver Area Arts & Artists
Center for Visual Art, 965 Santa Fe Drive in Denver, Colorado
David Cook Galleries, 1637 Wazee Street in Denver, Colorado
Havey Productions independent filmmaker [est. 1979] in Denver, Colorado
Illiterate Gallery & Magazine [2009-2012], 82 So. Broadway in Denver, Colorado
Western watercolorist William Matthews of Denver, Colorado
painter Scott Mattlin of Denver, Colorado

Denver Area Schools & Bookstores
Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design [est. 1963], 1600 Pierce Street in Denver, Colorado
Metropolitan State University [est. 1965] in Denver, Colorado

Tattered Cover Bookstore [est. 1971] - 3 locations in Denver, Colorado

Capitol Hill Books on Colfax Avenue at Grant in Denver
Gallagher Books antiquarian bookseller [est. 1994], 1428 So. Broadway in Denver, Colorado
Murder By The Book [est. 1980] bookstore in Denver, Colorado
Printed Page Bookshop [est. 2009] retailing collective, 1416 So. Broadway in Denver’s Antique Row

Denver Area Museums
Black American West Museum & Heritage Center [est. 1971] in Denver, CO
Children's Museum of Denver
  Forney Museum of Transportation [est. 1961, moved 1999], 4303 Brighton Blvd. in Denver, Colorado
Rocky Mountain Train Show [July 2017 = #42] & Big Boy Days at Forney Museum of Transportation
History Colorado Center museum [open 2012], 1200 Broadway in Denver
  Platte Valley Trolley [est. 1989] of the Denver Tramway Heritage Society
Mizel Museum of Judaica [founded 1982, moved 2004], 400 So. Kearney Street in Denver
B's National Ballpark Museum [opened July 2010], 1940 Blake Street in {LoDo} Denver
Vintage Motos museum [est. 2006, closed 7/2013], 2762 Walnut Street in {LoDo} Denver

Denver Area Lodging
The Brown Palace Hotel [est. 1892] in Downtown Denver, Colorado
Warwick Denver Hotel, 1776 Grant Street in Downtown Denver, Colorado
fancy www.TheOxfordHotel.com

Denver Area Food & Beverage
Colorado Eats restaurant directory [est. 2002] for Denver area
Ambria Restaurant, 1201 - 16th Street in Downtown Denver
Backcountry Delicatessen [est. 1999] branch #4 in LoDo Denver [open 2010]
Blue Bonnet Mexican Cafe & Lounge [est. 1930s], 457 So. Broadway in Denver, Colorado
  Breckenridge Brewery, 471 Kalamath Street in Denver, Colorado
GOLD STAR: Colorado liquor license #1!, gun collection & other Western memorabilia, 1857 bar from Germany, menu includes beef, buffalo, fish, and wild game  Buckhorn Exchange Restaurant [est. 1893], 1000 Osage Street in Denver, Colorado
Buffalo Doughboy Bakery & Coffeehouse, 33 E. Dakota Avenue in Denver, Colorado
Casa Bonita [est. 1974] Mexican restaurant, 6715 W. Colfax Avenue in Lakewood, Colorado
Cebiche Peruvian Dining, 2257 W. 32nd Avenue in Denver, Colorado
Cellar Wine & Salumi Bar, 2556 - 15th Street in Denver, Colorado
Corner House bistro-style neighborhood eatery [est. 2013], 2240 Clay Street in Jefferson Park, Denver
Dougherty's Irish Restaurant & Pub, 5 E. Ellsworth Avenue at Broadway in Denver, Colorado
open 11am-2am Mon-Wed, 11am-3am Thu-Sat, 11am-1am Sundays  D.P. Dough Pizza [est. 2010], 1228 E. Colfax Avenue in Denver, Colorado
Falling Rock Tap House, 1919 Blake Street in Denver, Colorado
Firehouse Subs {chain) - 4 locations in the Denver area
Fleur Bistro, 1225 Logan Street [built 1872] in Denver, Colorado
FreshCraft Restaurant fresh food & craft beer, 1530 Blake Street in Denver, Colorado
Fuel Cafe & Patio [est. 2008], 3455 Ringsby Court in Denver, Colorado
Garbanzo Mediterranean Grill - 9 locations in Denver, Colorado
16 taps of inhouse brews - 'Great Minds Drink Alike'  Great Divide Brewing Company & Tap Room [est. 1994], 2201 Arapahoe Street in {LoDo} Denver
  Hops & Pie artisan pizza & craft beers, 3920 Tennyson Street in Denver, Colorado
Il Mondo Vecchio Salumi artisan foods [est. 2008], 1174 So. Cherokee Street in Denver, Colorado
Le Grand Bistro & Oyster Bar [est. 11/2011], 1512 Curtis Street in Denver, Colorado
Little Anita's New Mexican Food - 4 locations in the Denver area
Magoo's Pizza Parlor [est. 2/2011], 2637 Walton Street at Five Points in Denver, Colorado
Mercury Cafe organic food [est. 1990], 2199 California Street in Denver, Colorado
Mile High Pizza Pie, 1645 Stout Street {off 16th} in Denver, Colorado
Okinawa Japanese Cuisine, 2301 E. Colfax Avenue in Denver, Colorado
Opal Restaurant & Lounge, 100 E. Ninth Avenue at Lincoln in Denver, Colorado
Pho Ta Noodle House Vietnamese Restaurant, 2200 W. Alameda Avenue in Denver, Colorado
Pizza Fusion {chain}, 571 E. Colfax Avenue in Denver, Colorado
Pizza Public 'food, music, lounge', 3109 Federal Blvd. in Denver, Colorado
Randolph's Restaurant & Bar, 1776 Grant Street in Downtown Denver
Rubio's Fresh Mexican Grill chain [est. 1983] - 4 locations in the Denver area
Seoul Korean Barbecue & Sushi [est. 2005], 2080 So. Havana Street in Denver, Colorado
Solera Restaurant & Patio, 5410 E. Colfax Avenue in Denver, Colorado
Spicy Basil Asian Grill, One Broadway at Ellsworth in Denver, Colorado
Take 5 Tavern, 2265 W. 84th Avenue in North Denver
Waffle Brothers Denver, 393 Corona Street in Denver, Colorado

Rock Bottom Brewery
Common Grounds on 17th Street in Denver, Colorado
Yazoo Memphis-style BBQ in NoDo Denver
Wynkoop Brewing Co.
Smiling Moose Deli on Colorado
Traildust restaurant on Colorado
Pete's Kitchen on Colfax Avenue in Denver, Colorado
Pete's Greektown Cafe on Colfax Avenue in Denver, Colorado
Annie's on Colfax Avenue in Denver, Colorado
Bastien's on Colfax Avenue in Denver, Colorado
Wolfe's BBQ on Colfax Avenue in Denver, Colorado
Supreme Bean Cafe on Colfax Avenue in Denver, Colorado
Cheeky Monk = beer? on Colfax Avenue in Denver, Colorado

Denver Area Music & Entertainment
SoCo Nightclub District - 7 venues in Downtown Denver
Tavern Hospitality Group [est. 1997] - 6 locations in Denver area
Comedy Works [est. 1981], 1226 - 15th Street, at Larimer Square
Improv Denver, 8246 E. 49th Avenue (Northfield Blvd.)
Marquis Theater, 2009 Larimer Street
The Oriental Theater {live music}, 4335 W. 44th Avenue (off Tennyson)
The Soiled Dove [est. 1997] underground live music, 7401 E. First Avenue
six-screen Sundance Cinemas [to open Spring 2010] at Metropolitan Gardens in Denver, Colorado
Denver Outlaws major league lacrosse team
Denver [CO] Film Society / Starz Film Center
www.ElitchGardens.com theme park est 1890
http://www.lakesideamusementpark.com/ Lakeside Amusement Park [est. 1908] at Sheridan Blvd. & I-70 Freeway in NW Denver

Denver Area Performing Arts
Colorado Theatre Guild [est. 1979] based in Denver
Colorado Symphony Orchestra [est. 1934, renamed 1989] based in Denver
No Holds Bard Shakespearean troupe [2005-2010] in Denver, Colorado
Auditorium Theatre
restoring Elitch's Theatre in Denver
Bluebird Theater on Colfax Avenue in Denver
www.OgdenTheatre.net on Colfax Avenue in Denver

Denver Center for The Performing Arts
Denver Center Theatre Company [est. 1979]
Blue Star Theatre Company at the Denver Center

Denver Performing Arts Complex
Backstage Coffee at the Denver Performing Arts Complex
Boettcher Concert Hall [built 1978] at the Denver Performing Arts Complex
Helen Bonfils Theatre Complex at the Denver Performing Arts Complex
Temple Hoyne Buell Theatre [est. 1979] at the Denver Performing Arts Complex
Ellie Caulkins Opera House [built 1908] at the Denver Performing Arts Complex
Colorado Ballet [est. 1961] at the Denver Performing Arts Complex
Limelight Supper Club & Lounge at the Denver Performing Arts Complex
Opera Colorado [est. 1983]
Kevin Taylor's Restaurant at the Denver Performing Arts Complex
Seawell Grand Ballroom at the Denver Performing Arts Complex

Denver Area Print & Broadcast Media
Denver Post newspaper [est. 1892]
Rocky Mountain News [1859-2009] of Denver, Colorado
North Denver Tribune newspaper [est. 1934]

free WestWord weekly newspaper [est. 1977] in Denver, Colorado         Denver Business Journal of Denver, Colorado

Denver Press Club [est. 1867]
Denver Woman's Press Club [est. 1898]

listing of radio stations on Colorado at Wikipedia
Entercom's K.A.L.C. 105.9-FM 'Alice Top 4 Hits' [revamped 2003] contemporary adult radio for Denver
Clear Channel/Citicasters K.B.C.O. 97.3-FM World Class Rock radio in Boulder-Denver, Colorado
K.B.J.D. 1650-AM Spanish Xian radio in Denver
K.B.N.O. 1280-AM Regional Mexican radio in Denver
Clear Channel/Citicasters K.B.P.I. 106.7-FM 'Rocks The Rockies' radio in Denver, Colorado
K.C.F.R. 90.1-FM news radio for Denver from Colorado Public Broadcasting
K.C.U.V. 1510-AM new 'AMericana' music format in Denver [shut down 2008]
K.C.U.V. 102.3-FM 'rock without rules' radio in Denver [shut down 2008]
Entercom's K.E.Z.W. 'Studio 1430-AM' Timeless Music standards & big band radio in Aurora-Denver
K.G.N.U. 1390-AM & 88.5-FM independent community radio [est. 1978] for Boulder-Denver
Clear Channel/Citicasters K.H.O.W. 630-AM right wing propaganda radio in Denver-Boulder
K.I.M.N. 100.3-FM 'Denver's Best Music Mix' Hot Adult Contemporary radio
K.J.A.C. 105.5-FM ESPN Sports radio based in Timnath/Fort Collins {formerly Jack 105 rock FM until 9/2012}
Clear Channel/Citicasters K.K.Z.N. 760-AM progressive talk radio for Boulder-Denver, based in Thornton, Colorado
K.L.D.C. 1220-AM urban gospel radio in Denver
K.L.Z. 560-AM 'The Source' music & talk radio in Denver = website crashes browser 2013
K.N.U.S. 710-AM right wing propaganda radio in Denver, Colorado
Clear Channel/Citicasters K.O.A. 850-AM right wing propaganda radio in Denver, Colorado
Entercom's K.O.S.I. 101.1-FM 'continuous lite rock' radio in Denver, Colorado
K.P.O.F. 910-AM 'Pillar of Fire' religious radio in Denver
Clear Channel/Citicasters K.P.T.T. 95.7-FM 'The Party' Rhythmic Top 40 radio in Denver
Entercom's K.Q.M.T. 99.5-FM 'The Mountain' classic rock radio in Denver, Colorado
Clear Channel/Citicasters K.R.F.X. 103.5-FM 'The Fox' classic rock radio in Denver
K.R.K.S. 990-AM Xian talk radio in Denver, Colorado
K.R.W.Z. 950-AM Cruisin' Oldies radio [est. 9/2008] in Denver
Clear Channel/Citicasters K.T.C.L. 93.3-FM modern rock radio in Wheat Ridge-Denver, Colorado
K.U.V.O. 89.3-FM jazz music & news public radio in Denver, Colorado
K.V.O.D. 88.1-FM classical music public radio in Denver, Colorado
K.V.O.Q. 1340-AM 'Open Air' public radio in Denver, Colorado
K.X.K.L. 105.1-FM 'Kool Rock Classic Hits' radio in Denver, Colorado
K.Y.G.O. 98.5-FM country music radio in Denver
K.Y.G.O. 98.5-FM HD channel 2 Denver's 24/7 comedy station [est. 11/2012]

KMGH-TV Channel 7 in Denver, Colorado
KRMA-TV Channel 6 Rocky Mtn PBS affiliate, 1089 Bannock Street, Denver, CO 80204
Gannett's KUSA-TV Channel 9 in Denver, Colorado
http://www.rmpbs.org/ Rocky Mountain Public Broadcasting Network [est. 1956]
Free Speech TV Network [est. 1995] based in Denver, Colorado

Reading Material About Denver
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Denver's Lively Past booklet by Caroline Bancroft  "Denver's Lively Past: From A Wild and Woolly Camp To Queen City of The Plains"
[orig 1959] by Caroline Bancroft

Johnson Publng Co. 7th edition 48-page 8½x5½ booklet [1976] out of print/used
Johnson Publng Co. 7th edition 48-page 8½x5½ booklet [1976] out of print/used
Johnson Publng Co. 2nd edition 48-page 8½x5½ booklet [1959] out of print/used
The Poet mystery novel by Michael Connelly  "The Poet" [1996 mystery novel] by Michael Connelly
Denver, Colorado crime reporter Jack McEvoy is assigned the story of the death of his twin brother, a homicide detective. Suicide is out of the question, and the more Jack investigates, the more it looks like a serial killing, and within days he is sucked into a national F.B.I. hunt for a killer dubbed The Poet.
Kindle Edition from Little, Brown / Hachette [2003 edition] for $6.64
Warner Books mass pb [1/97] for $7.99
Warner Books 8x5¼ pb [7/2002] for $11.21
Little, Brown 9¾x6½ hardcover [1/96] out of print/many used
Brilliance ABR audio CD [4/2003] out of prodn/used
Rails Around Denver book by Allan C. Lewis  
"Rails Around Denver (Images of Rail)" [2007]
by Allan C. Lewis

Arcadia Publng 9x6½ pb [7/2007] for $19.79
Denver Performing Arts, Convention Centers & Theatre District book by Thomas J. Noel & Amy B. Zimmer  "Showtime: Denver's Performing Arts, Convention Centers & Theatre District" [2008]
by Thomas J. Noel & Amy B. Zimmer

Celebrating over 100 years of the Quigg Newton Denver Municipal Auditorium
Denver Division of Theatres & Arenas 9¾x13 hardcover [7/2008] out of print/used

A Dozen on Denver anthology from the Rocky Mountain News  "A Dozen On Denver: Stories" [2009] from the Editors of The Rocky Mountain News
Winner of the 2010 Colorado Book Award; illustrated by Charles Chamberlin; featuring 12 Colorado authors: Nick Arvin, Margaret Coel, Sandra Dallas, Diane Mott Davidson, Joanne Greenberg, Robert Greer, Arnold Grossman, Pam Houston, Laura Pritchett, Manuel Ramos, Connie Willis & Robert Pogue Ziegler
Kindle Edition from Fulcrum Publng [11/2009] for $15.40
Fulcrum Publng 7¾x5¾ hardcover [11/2009] for $17.16
Riding Denver's Rails Streetcar History book by Kevin Pharris  "Riding Denver's Rails: A Mile-High Streetcar History" [2013]
by Kevin Pharris, Foreword by Kenton Forrest

Kindle Edition from The History Press [3/2013] for $9.99
The History Press 8¾x6 pb [3/2013] for $16.75

"Denver RRs" 1981 by Kenton Forrest
Denver "Mile High Trolleys" 2nd 1975

Denver Post newspaper [est. 1892] subscription on Kindle
The Denver Post
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official website
entry at Wikipedia

Denver Magazine [?-2011] published by Boulevards, Inc.
Denver Magazine
ceased publication in April 2011 and certain assets were acquired by 5280 Magazine

magazine website
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5280 - Fifty-Two-Eighty Magazine [est. 1993] subscription
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Other Media

"Things To Do In Denver When You're Dead"
[Miramax Dec 1995]
'Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead' 1995 movie  Filmed in Denver, Colorado and Southern California; described as a 'neo-noir' film; a photographer takes money from a loan shark to try to save his failing business; a local gangster buys up the loan and demands the commission of a crime in return for forgiveness of the mounting interest; but somebody dies and the five members of the team are ordered killed . . . Directed by Gary Fleder; co-produced & written by Scott Rosenberg; starring Andy Garcia, Christopher Lloyd, William Forsythe, Bill Nunn, Treat Williams, Jack Warden, Steve Buscemi, Fairuza Balk, Gabrielle Anwar, Christopher Walken, Michael Nicolosi, Bill Cobbs, Marshall Bell, Glenn Plummer, Don Stark, Harris Laskawy, Willie Garson, David Stratton, Deborah Strang, Sarah Trigger, Don Cheadle & Jenny McCarthy
Miramax Home Ent. widescreen color DVD [1/2012] for $19.98
full credits at IMDb • official movie site • movie entry at Wikipedia

"Denver Union Station: Portal To Progress" [indep 2010]
Denver Union Station, Portal To Progress independent documentary  37-minute documentary film by Jim Havey
Havey Prodns color DVD [4/2010] for $19.28
not listed at IMDb • official movie site
watch official trailer [6:01] at Vimeo

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