Moody’s Top Spots
You wouldn’t think at first blush that William Shakespeare had a huge effect on the United States, but Shakespeare has been a part of America since the very beginning.
A favorite Denver show has returned for a holiday run at the Garner Galleria Theater. It’s “Dixie’s Tupperware Party” — a real Tupperware party with an outrageous hostess.
At one point during the Great Recession many people were ready to give up on The Colorado Symphony, but not everyone.
The History Colorado Center unveiled a new exhibit that features something very old, and yet very important to every Coloradan.
Twenty years ago the Garner Galleria Theatre opened with its production of “Forever Plaid.” In those years it has seen 23 successful shows on its stage.
The place to learn all about Denver’s legendary Titanic survivor is at the Molly Brown House in downtown Denver on Pennsylvania Street.
The trains are always running at Caboose Hobbies in Denver, a place where they’ve got everything the hobbyist could want.
Finding a great bakery in the Denver area shouldn’t be too tough if you just follow your nose, CBS4′s Greg Moody reports.
Take a look at where you enjoy good brew and good company in Denver.
Denver has any number of great museums, but the city has never seen anything like the soon-to-be open Clyfford Still Museum, according to CBS4 Critic at Large Greg Moody.