The snaking security lines at Denver International Airport could grow even longer this summer, thanks to travel demand expected to surpass pre-pandemic levels.
Why it matters: Travel hiccups are a real pain. And after the height of COVID lockdowns and restrictions, people are ready to get a move on.
Local chef Jose Avila of Machete Tequila & Tacos is making history with his restaurant, La Diabla Pozole y Mezcal, at 2233 Larimer St.
Why it matters: The restaurant is the only spot in the state focusing on pozole, Avila says. Pozole is a traditional hominy and meat soup of Mexico, where he grew up.
The country's red-hot housing market has started to simmer down this spring after roughly two years of sky-high prices and sparse inventories.
Why it matters: Hopeful homebuyers who've struggled to find reasonably priced houses should be able to look forward to more options and fewer bidding wars — if only just a little, Axios Joann Mueller writes.
The threat of wildfires will increase exponentially across Colorado in the next 30 years, according to groundbreaking new research.
Why it matters: In the last six months, Coloradans have come to know wildfires as a near-constant, but new data is showing for the first time the risk probability for property owners.
Whether it's epic deals, delicious dishes or refreshing drink specials, Happy Hour is meant to be joyful and satisfying.
- Here's our pick of the litter to imbibe and chow down — sometimes at a deep discount — in a variety of atmospheres:
Dating can be expensive, but you don't have to spend a ton to have a good time.
- Whether it's your first date or you've been together for years, here are some date ideas under $25.
The baby formula shortage is putting a strain on families across the country and throughout Colorado.
Why it matters: Roughly 3 in 4 babies in the U.S. are fed formula by their 6-month birthdays — meaning the shortage could jeopardize food security for most children, Axios' Nathan Bomey writes.
At a glance, this year's legislative session largely represented a return to normal after two COVID-focused terms.
Beneath the surface, it was a monumental term with implications for a years to come, according to more than a dozen interviews Axios Denver conducted with lawmakers, lobbyists and advocates at the Capitol.
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