Can you afford to buy a house? Try this income and home price calculator.

How much money do you need to make to afford the house you’re eyeing? The Denver Post took a calculator created by University of Denver real estate professor Jeff Engelstad and made it accessible so you can figure out what sort of income you need to land that elusive house. Engelstad uses a similar calculation… Continue reading Can you afford to buy a house? Try this income and home price calculator.

Artist Susan Cooper plays with everyday shapes and colors at the Curtis Center

Whenever an artist paints a chair, I pay attention. They are usually up to something good. If you go Susan Cooper, “Rearranging,” continues through June 25 at the Curtis Center for the Arts, 2349 E. Orchard Road, Greenwood Village. It’s free. Info: 303-797-1779 or greenwoodvillage.com. Chairs are ordinary, boring, anti-romantic. They’re not the flowers or… Continue reading Artist Susan Cooper plays with everyday shapes and colors at the Curtis Center

Grand Junction brewery rebrands amid trademark dispute, plans new restaurant opening to celebrate

Monumental Beer Works opened its doors in Grand Junction on March 19, 2020, but when the brewery expands with a second taproom and restaurant later this year, it will do so under a different name. The brewery is currently undergoing a rebrand after being contacted about a trademark dispute on the word “monumental,” said Brian… Continue reading Grand Junction brewery rebrands amid trademark dispute, plans new restaurant opening to celebrate

“Denver Noir,” “Saving Yellowstone” and other books to read this month

Denver Noir (Akashic Books) “Denver Noir,” edited by Cynthia Swanson (Akashic Books) Denver has a dark side.  And more than a dozen local authors are telling you all about it. “Denver Noir” is one of 100 “Noir” books put out by Akashic Books. They range from Istanbul to Wall Street to New Orleans (which has… Continue reading “Denver Noir,” “Saving Yellowstone” and other books to read this month

Hot & Hazy Sunshine

Rain chances will remain low for this time of year at about a 20%. Therefore, outside of a spotty shower on the breeze, most areas should be dry. Sea breeze storms favor Southwest Florida where highs are forecast to reach the low 90’s. Saharan Dust is lingering and expected to gradually exit with more moisture… Continue reading Hot & Hazy Sunshine

More hardship as new sandstorm engulfs parts of Middle East

BAGHDAD (AP) — A sandstorm blanketed parts of the Middle East on Monday, including Iraq, Syria and Iran, sending people to hospitals and disrupting flights in some places. It was the latest in a series of unprecedented nearly back-to-back sandstorms this year that have bewildered residents and raised alarm among experts and officials, who blame… Continue reading More hardship as new sandstorm engulfs parts of Middle East

Free Trip Tuesday to Margaritaville Lake Resort at The Lake of the Ozarks

ST. LOUIS – It’s Free Trip Tuesday, brought to you by Ryan Kelley, The Home Loan Expert. On Tuesday, May 24, you could win a trip for four to Margaritaville Lake Resort at the Lake of the Ozarks. It includes a three-night stay, 18 holes of golf, horseback rides, and much more. The winner will… Continue reading Free Trip Tuesday to Margaritaville Lake Resort at The Lake of the Ozarks

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Myanmar court gives go-ahead for Suu Kyi corruption trial

BANGKOK (AP) — A court in Myanmar ruled Tuesday that a corruption trial for ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi and three political colleagues will continue after finding that prosecutors presented sufficient evidence for their indictment. Suu Kyi, who was forced from office when the military seized power from her elected government last year, has… Continue reading Myanmar court gives go-ahead for Suu Kyi corruption trial

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Taliban say deal signed with UAE firm to manage airports

ISLAMABAD (AP) — The Taliban announced a deal Tuesday allowing an Emirati company to manage three airports in Afghanistan after the fall of the country’s U.S.-backed government. However, the United Arab Emirates did not immediately acknowledge the deal. Under the deal, the Abu Dhabi-based firm GAAC Solutions would manage the airports in Herat, Kabul and… Continue reading Taliban say deal signed with UAE firm to manage airports

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