The Easter holiday weekend is quickly approaching and the Colorado Egg Producers Association made a big donation to help those in need.
Easter is almost here, so it’s time to get out and enjoy some of the great holiday activities planned all over the Denver area. Here are a few that you must check out this year.
Easter is a little more than a week away and it’s time to start thinking about last minute surprises in baskets. Typical items include candy, small toys, school supplies and other small gifts but it’s also fun to tailor the basket to your individual kid. Find your child’s ideal gift and make a special basket just for them at one of these Denver area retailers.
Thousands of people in the high country celebrated a great ski season on Sunday, but it was closing day at a number of Colorado resorts, including Vail.
This year’s event in Denver’s Civic Center Park is the first since recreational marijuana became legal in Colorado. What used to be a rally in Denver has turned into a pot festival with plenty of police looking on.
Investigators searching for the vandal or vandals responsible for heavily damaging a church in Aurora on Easter Sunday are looking into some DNA evidence in their attempt to solve the case.
Sometime between 10 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m. Sunday morning vandals broke into the St. Martin in the Fields Episcopal Church, smashed glass, overturned furniture, sprayed a fire extinguisher throughout the church and stole money.
So why is American society able to handle these holidays, and even the broad mentioning of their religious significance, better than we handle Christmas and Chanukah? Does it really come down to crèches on city property and signs in lights?