The Fourth of July and fireworks go hand in hand, but the safest way to enjoy the holiday is by leaving the light shows to the professionals. That’s the message from Denver police, firefighters and paramedics.
When it comes to entertaining crowds in parks, the Denver Municipal band knows a thing or two. The band itself is older than the state of Colorado. It was formed in 1861 by Alex Sutherland, a bugler in the Civil War.
Denver’s Union Station is getting a complete makeover, but that’s only part of the project. The city is developing an entire new neighborhood around the station.
A tentative release date has reportedly been announced for the Johnny Depp-as-Whitey Bulger film that has been shooting in and around Boston.
Beyoncé’s empire is getting a boost from Forbes.
Approximately 100,000 people are expected to hit Civic Center Park this Thursday for the fifth annual Independence Eve celebration which features live music and a fireworks show.
With Union Station’s big re-opening later this summer, construction crews have uncovered some old treasures. Some of the items are from the year 1900 or earlier.
This week a piece of childhood nostalgia is coming back, the Daytime Emmy’s went PG-13, and there was some good news for one of our favorite comedians.
The USA is still alive in the World Cup despite losing to Germany. They advanced to Round 16 for the second consecutive time.
Last night (June 25) Jay Z and Beyoncé played a show in Miami sayin’ “how the hell did this s–t happen, oh baby.” It was the premiere of their co-headlining On The Run tour, which has been criticized as both a perfunctory cash-grab for the celebrity couple and the must-see blockbuster event of the summer. Fans were delighted by a few marquee moments, most notably the reveal of the couple’s wedding footage when has never previously been released, and an extremely long setlist. When you’ve got that many hits, why not play them all.