'Art Is Alive In Five Points': Pop-up Art Studio Highlights History At RossonianIt’s been decades since the voices of jazz legends like Ella Fitzgerald and Duke Ellington filled the historic lounge.
Denver’s Green Book: The Harlem of the WestAfrican Americans used the Green Book as a travel guide during the Jim Crow Era. It became an invaluable resource for black people on road.
History Colorado Holds Early Screening Of 'The Green Book'The film tells the story of Victor Green's travel guide that helped African Americans safely navigate the country during a time of institutionalized racism.
Explore Denver: Doors Open Denver Event Offers Expert-Guided ToursThe Doors Open Denver event will give you the chance to dig a little deeper and explore the unknowns of the city.
Chauncey Billups Among Investors To Bring Popular Jazz Club Back To Five PointsA group of investors, including Chauncy Billups, plan to revive a popular jazz club in Five Points that was an important piece of black history at a time when the city was segregated and legendary musicians could not stay anywhere else but the Rossonian Hotel.