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The Mexican Cultural Center’s 13th annual Día del Niño — or, day of the children — celebration was held on Sunday, April 27, 2014, in Denver.
From the Molly Brown House Museum to the History Colorado Center, dancers, singers and artists came together to celebrate Mexican culture.The free event also included mask decorating, a piñata raffle and an Inca king or queen dress-up area.
Center’s goals late in the third period and in overtime rescue the Avs.
David Rasmussen of Colorado Springs looks over the accident site with his dog “Ohana ” near the corner of Washington St. and I-25 in Denver, Colorado March 19, 2014. On March 1st, 104 vehicles collided near the Broadway exit on North bound I-25. Rasmussen’s truck was damaged in the mass collision. Photo by Hyoung Chang/The Denver Post.
Portraits of the ice hockey players during the Canada v. United States faced women’s ice hockey game during the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics on Thursday, February 20, 2014 at Bolshoy Ice Arena. See more photos from the Denver Post’s AAron Ontiveroz
Dozens of couples decided to say “I do” for the first time or repeat their wedding vows on Valentines Day at the 23rd Annual Mountaintop Matrimony at Loveland Basin ski area. The couples hovered together to keep warm with white-out conditions at 12, 050 feet just outside the Ptarmagin Roost cabin at the top of chairlift #2 with the minister Harry Heilman officiating.
The Denver Post’s photojournalist AAron Ontiveroz is in Russia for the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics. He documented teams competing during a women’s curling qualifier at the Ice Cube Curling Center on February 12, 2014.
Photos by Helen H. Richardson/The Denver Post
"They say the neon lights are bright on Broadway, but here in Denver, they could be bright again on Colfax.
Twelve midcentury neon signs on Colfax Avenue have been included on Colorado Preservation Inc.’s 2014 list of endangered places, at risk of being dimmed forever. The signs were placed on the annual list with the hope that they — and four other historic sites in Colorado — might be restored.”
The Denver Post’s Cyrus McCrimmon meets a lot of interesting people on portrait assignments. This week he met up with Mark Mothersbaugh, the founder and leader of the band DEVO, at The Museum of Contemporary Art in Denver.
The museum is beginning preparations for its upcoming show of the artwork of Mothersbaugh. Adam Lerner, curator, and Mothersbaugh gathered at the museum on Tuesday, February 5, 2014 as they worked on the layout and flow of the exhibit, which will open October 31, 2014.