Kodiac Brewery Bar & Grill in Centennial closes after a year

After a year-and-a-half, a Centennial brewery has closed its taps. Kodiac Brewery Bar & Grill at 7685 E. Arapahoe Road had its last day of business this past Saturday, May 18. The brewery announced the closure on its social media pages last week, but did not provide a reason behind it. Kodiac, owned by Raj Chiluka … Read more

Colorado’s work on zoning reform is far from done, housing experts say

The suite of landmark zoning and land-use reform laws passed by Colorado lawmakers this year should help alleviate the housing crisis, national experts say, while catapulting the Centennial State into the ranks of other housing pioneers. But those experts cautioned that the reforms seeded this winter and spring will take years to bear fruit. New … Read more

Where to see free concerts on Colorado’s Western Slope, summer 2024

Editor’s note: This is part of The Know’s series, Staff Favorites. Each week, we will offer our opinions on the best Colorado has to offer for dining, shopping, entertainment, outdoor activities and more. (We’ll also let you in on some hidden gems). Music lovers living on the Western Slope may not have hallmark venues like … Read more

I’m a travel writer and I recline my seat EVERY time: Here’s why I disagree that leaning back on planes is ‘entitled’. Do you remain upright on a flight? Vote in our poll…

Some say that reclining in economy is rude – but Sophie Foster disagrees  Flight attendants will take the side of those with their seat reclined, she claims  Do you think reclining is right or all-out wrong? Take our poll below…  READ MORE: Would YOU pee in a hotel pool? Mum confesses that she does By Sophie … Read more

Basingstoke Comic Con staff physically attacked as fans queue 12 HOURS for Jason Momoa at ‘new Willy Wonka experience’ – The Scottish Sun

THE organisers of a shambolic event starring Jason Momoa have apologised to fans after they were left queuing for 12 hours. Fans flocked to Basingstoke Comic Con to see the Aquaman star as well as Hobbit actor Richard Armitage, Stargate’s Richard Dean Anderson and comedian Rhys Darby. 8 Jason Momoa was the headline star of … Read more

Colorado lawmakers pass water bills to reduce use, protect quality

As Colorado’s rivers shrink and its soils dry out, state lawmakers this year passed a slew of water bills that advocates say will help reduce water use and protect the critical natural resource. Nine major bills aim to reduce water use in cities, replace nixed federal protections of wetlands and minimize the amount of toxic … Read more

Colorado abortion rights ballot initiative qualifies for ballot

Colorado voters in November will decide whether to make abortion a state constitutional right after the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office announced Friday that backers of a ballot initiative had gathered enough signatures. Advocates for the measure turned in 159,930 valid signatures last month — more than enough to place the question on the ballot, … Read more

Glenwood Hot Springs Resort to unveil cold plunge, infinity pool

The Glenwood Hot Springs Pool’s claim to fame is that it’s the world’s largest outdoor mineral pool. At 405 feet long, with steam lifting from the water, the Yampah Spring-fed Grand Pool is larger than a football field. Still, there’s room to grow: Glenwood Hot Springs will open a collection of five new pools at … Read more

Polis signs bills providing millions to boost public transit

Groundwork for possible car-free living along Colorado’s Front Range got done Thursday as Gov. Jared Polis signed four bills into law to boost public transportation. The new laws let state leaders pump tens of millions into transit projects, foremost a multi-billion-dollar rail system linking Denver, Boulder, Fort Collins and, eventually, Colorado Springs and Pueblo. Polis … Read more

To-go, delivery drinks legal permanently

Colorado restaurants can continue delivering and selling to-go alcohol under a new law passed by the legislature this year, enshrining a pandemic-era lifeline into the state’s dining culture. Gov. Jared Polis originally — and temporarily — approved delivery and to-go alcohol via an executive order after the pandemic began four years ago, offering a boost … Read more