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Cherry Cricket watch: Original seeks early April reopening, second location to replace Breck on Blake in LoDo

We know you’ve been missing those Cherry Cricket burgers since late November when a fire shut down the Cherry Creek North restaurant indefinitely. Good news — according to the Cricket’s Facebook page, “indefinitely” is now early April, which means that you’ve got less than a month to go before being reunited with those juicy, charred patties.

And it will feel so good.

The Big Wonderful bringing the party to former Post printing plant in Globeville

The Big Wonderful has a new home for its fourth season of food, beer, music and shopping.

The festival and pop-up marketplace will take over the former Denver Post printing plant building at 4400 Fox St. in Denver’s Globeville neighborhood, organizers announced Monday.

Denver tech school helps blind and visually impaired prepare for high-demand jobs

Students like Ethan Holliger may be blind or visually impaired, but they still sense the physical reaction from prospective employers when they walk into an interview room.

It’s then they know, their chances of getting hired have gone from slim to none.

“I hear their facial expressions change,” said the 25-year-old Holliger. “We may be blind, but we are not dead.”


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