Portrait of an Art Lover

Just a few blocks away from Capitol Hill Books is the Denver Art Museum with its fantastic selection of art. The museum is particularly renowned for its Western and Native American art collections. We here at Capitol Hill Books are also big art fans and love having the museum and the rest of Denver’s vibrant[…]

A rainbow of book choices.

Capitol Hill Books has recently expanded our GLBT section with dozens of freshly-acquired books. The recent arrivals provide our store with a diversity of GLBT voices in variety of genres including fiction, mystery, sci-fi, memoir, essay, erotica and more. Our books range from a history of homosexual relations amongst pirates to a book on the[…]

Time for Summer Reading!

For a lot of the year, you’re too busy to read. There’s all that work you’ve got to do. Kids are in school and need help with their homework. All those short, cold days of winter mean less time for the fun things in life. But then summer comes around, and time opens up. You[…]

Parking in the Time of Legislature

Parking around the Capitol is a tricky proposition when the legislature is in session from January to May. This is especially true for the next couple of years as the Capitol dome’s construction annoyingly requires legislators to take parking from nearby side streets. Since we are across the street from the Capitol, we also use[…]

Lonely Planet 2013!

Yep. We are once again in the latest Lonely Planet guidebooks for Colorado. They even sent us this cool new online decal to prove it! We’re so close to the Colorado State Capitol Building and Downtown Denver that we get a lot of tourists appreciating our bookstore an our wide selections of magnets, postcards and[…]

Welcoming our small-business supporting customers.

You don’t last more than 30 years as a small business without the support of thousands of customers over that time. We know that there are a lot of people out there who drive past the Wal-mart and log off of Amazon and instead support real businesses in their communities. And we just want to[…]

Find enlightenment at Capitol Hill Books

Don’t know the difference between Theravada and Mahayana? Trying to figure out the Three Jewels, the Four Noble Truths or the Noble Eightfold Path? Looking for the “answer” and only having more questions? Capitol Hill Books can help. We’ve just received dozens of Eastern Religion, Buddhism, Zen and Meditation books that explain the various traditions[…]

Capitol Hill Books: Official online source of Phil Goodstein’s Denver history books.

Capitol Hill Books is proud to be the official online source of Phil Goodstein’s marvelous books on Denver history. From the “Spirits of South Broadway” to the “Ghosts of Capitol Hill,” Phil’s books describe the in-depth history of the city from the bottom up. He explores not just the rich and powerful, but also Denver’s[…]