Win a Family 4-Pack to The Dr. Seuss Holiday Experience at Centennial Promenade!

Win a Family 4-Pack to The Dr. Seuss Holiday Experience at Centennial Promenade!

Win a family 4-pack of tickets to see The Dr. Seuss Experience! Reopened in Denver for a very special Holiday Engagement at Centennial Promenade — Don’t miss the chance to stop by and say hi to The Grinch who arrived just in time for the Holiday season!

Win a Family 4-Pack of Tickets to The Dr. Seuss Experience!

Mix 100 contest running through December 9, 2022
  • The experience, occupying 25,000 square feet in the Centennial Promenade, will feature immersive installations themed after some of Dr. Seuss’s most iconic stories and characters. 
  • The Dr. Seuss Experience invites fans of all ages on a sensational, awe-inspiring journey while offering a teaching experience that encourages children to explore the universally relevant social messages at the heart of Dr. Seuss’s beloved work.
  • Visitors of all ages will encounter timeless treasures such as “How The Grinch Stole Christmas” “The Cat in the Hat” and “The Lorax,” brought to life through visually stunning and highly Instagram-able themed installations surrounding an interconnected, balloon-filled maze inspired by “Oh, the Places You’ll Go!”
  • The goal of The Dr. Seuss Experience is to continue to inspire generations of children to explore the joys of reading and life-long learning by giving them the opportunity to see, hear, feel, and experience their favorite characters and stories in a live and interactive setting.
  • General ticketing is open to the public with prices starting at $25 for children (1-13) and $30 for adults for general admission tickets.

Review: 2023 Infiniti QX60

The Infiniti line of cars was created to be the posh side of Nissan, just as Lexus is the fancy division of Toyota. So what happens when you take some of the components of the Nissan Pathfinder and spruce it up a bit, slap some makeup on it, and send it out in a nice pair of designer jeans?

Well, you get to brand it an Infiniti SUV, that’s what.

The QX line of luxury SUVs has that responsibility, and for the most part they do it well.

There are some, however, who feel like they’ve made it nice . . . but not exactly nice enough to go bumper-to-bumper with the likes of BMW, Audi, and Mercedes. Car and Driver, for instance, said it comes across as “a really nice Nissan.”

Okay, so that’s funny, and perhaps even true in some circumstances. But I’ve driven a few Pathfinders, and the QX60 is certainly a significant upgrade.

Not a lot has changed since the ’22 version, with the exception of a few exterior touches, three years of maintenance (oil changes, inspections, and tire rotation), and a wireless charging pad. But it was already a pleasure to drive, and that hasn’t changed.

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