Red Rocks: What’s new?

In the late 1980s, a stage cover was erected at Red Rocks. It was universally disliked, but it protected musicians who played electric instruments from electrocution.  I’m sure money played a role in that, too. It always does in Denver. And unfortunately, Denver's approach to fine architecture can get really warped. Just remember the dismantling …

May is National Preservation Month, but change is in the wind

Every May, preservation and civic organizations mark the importance of preserving buildings and spaces that tell the story of a city, town or state. Denver’s extraordinary growth has challenged how to protect places that give the city character, that remember the history of how the city grew and changed, and that honor important and well-designed …