Ms. Mayhem’s guide to queer-owned small businesses in Denver to support during Pride Month and year round.
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Your guide to some of the great LGBTQ+ Pride Month events in Denver in June, including drag brunches, Liberation Day and clothing swaps.
Ms. Mayhem photographers were on the ground in both Denver and Washington, D.C. on Inauguration Day. Here are their photos.
This year has been a doozy. On this last day of 2020, we thought we would share what got the Ms. Mayhem staff through it.
This year has been absolutely exhausting, right? We’re right there with you. Small businesses have especially been through the wringer this year. With COVID closures and a lack of stimulus money, many of them, especially BIPOC, LGBTQ+ and women-owned businesses, have fallen on really hard times. As an outlet that focuses on these communities, we wanted to give a big shoutout to some of our favorite companies and artists in Denver.
Here at Ms. Mayhem, we would so much rather give gifts than receive them. What a better way to give than to simultaneously support our community?
Many of these companies have come up with innovative ways to bring their products to your doorstep. Some are a mix of in-person and online shopping, while others personally deliver their goods to your front door. We’ve chosen a great variety of items to fit any kind of vibe and budget.
Anyone else feeling crazy election anxiety? But we’re almost there!
We’ll be tracking the National, Colorado and Denver races and ballot measures throughout the night and updating the infographics on this page every 15-30 minutes. If you’d like more minute-by-minute updates, you can follow us on Twitter @msmyahem_mag. Our reporters @mi_lauterbach and @Esteflan20B will be live Tweeting (and probably sending out a couple of hot-take opinions).
Our sources for updates are CNN, Colorado Public Radio, FiveThirtyEight, Fox News, and Denver Elections.
We spoke to progressive activists and organizations throughout Denver and Colorado for our 2020 election voter guide.
The Black Love Mural Festival in Denver’s Civic Center Park was originally slotted to end on June 30 but has been extended to July 7.
Protests in the wake of the officer-inolved death of George Floyd in Minneapolis on May 25 have erupted across the country. Here are our updates on the ongoing protests in Denver.