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The Old Map Gallery: Explore Your Surroundings and Beyond

January 7, 2015 5:03 pm

Cartographers and topographers alike will love a good afternoon spent browsing the stacks of rare and antique maps at The Old Map Gallery on Wynkoop Street. This shop is packed with thousands of maps from all over the world, as well as nautical charts, flags, and banners.

The story of history unfolds with each document housed in this intimate shop, charting the changes in landscape, borders, and even urban development. Find a path to your own past with maps from places you’ve lived or traveled while simultaneously researching new places to visit. The Old Map Gallery is run by some of the most knowledgeable map enthusiasts, and they're more than happy to answer any questions you might have. Gain a better understanding of your world and beyond at this unique shop.

The Old Map Gallery
1801 Wynkoop Street
Denver, CO 80202
(303) 296-7725
www.oldmapgallery.com
www.yelp.com/biz/the-old-map-gallery-denver

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Ring in the New Year in Denver!

December 29, 2014 9:38 pm

Still stuck on what to do for New Year's Eve? There are so many great events and venues to ring in the New Year right. Visit Denver has an entire list dedicated to Denver New Year's Eve events that may help you decide where to go. Most are so close to The Manhattan, you can have fun all night long and either walk or take a short taxi ride home!

Check out the article here: http://www.denver.org/things-to-do/denver-holiday-events/denver-new-years-eve/

Whatever you choose to do, have a happy and safe New Year's Eve. Here's to a fantastic 2015!

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Keep Your Leafy Greens Fresh Longer With These 3 Tips

December 23, 2014 6:46 pm

Leafy greens are some of the most nutrient-rich vegetables, but they’re also some of the fastest to spoil. If you’re tired reaching for your lunchtime kale and being faced with a pile of wilted, mushy leaves, it’s time to change your green routine. Here are three helpful tips that will keep your leafy greens their greenest.

  1. Choose wisely. Maintaining healthy greens requires that they’re in good quality to begin with. Be sure to shop at a grocery store that frequently restocks its produce section, because greens tend to mold very quickly. When choosing a bundle of spinach, lettuce, or kale, look for dark, vibrant colors without any signs of yellowing or splitting.
  2. Refrigerate properly. Don’t stuff your greens just anywhere inside of your refrigerator. Be sure to keep greens separate from fruits, because fruits emit gases that are harmful to vegetables. Store greens in the plastic bag that they came in, and if they’re especially delicate, place them inside of a sturdy paper bag as well.
  3. Wash thoroughly. You should never wash your greens before refrigerating them because it causes wilting, but make sure that you wash them thoroughly before eating. Rinsing the whole bundle in the sink or a salad spinner will rid them of any dirt or harmful pesticides.

How to Store Your Leafy Greens to Make them Last Longer [Eat Local 365]
How to Store Leafy Greens in the Fridge [The Sprouting Seed]
Leafy Greens [Fresh Direct]
Improving the Quality of Your Store Bought Leafy Greens [FitDay]

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