‘Five feet is not six'

According to a couple of the small business owners on 13th Avenue, the stretch of sidewalk between Pearl and Washington streets is like a danger zone. One, there is a lot of speeding on 13th Avenue, …
COVID-19 and the Denver real estate market
It has certainly been a wild ride for all of us these past months and the Denver real estate market has been no exception. The year got off to a fast start with property values poised to jump yet …

Going for the Gold Award

A couple of East High School class of 2020 graduates have spent the past couple of years dedicated to making a difference in their community. Fiona Goe, 17, of Denver’s Park Hill neighborhood and …

Reading, making, exploring with Denver Public Library

Youths enjoy talking with library staff and their peers about the books they’re reading or what they’re making and creating for the Summer of Adventure program. This year, because of COVID-19 and …

Editorial cartoon

Keeping systemic racism at the forefront of conversation

Art has a way of influencing change. “Artists have always been at the forefront of being thoughtful and creative on how we bring about change,” said JC Futrell, director of education at RedLine …

A rare but deadly disease

Ovarian cancer survivors urge any woman who feels that something is not quite right to “pursue, pursue, pursue” and request that the doctor does enough tests to rule out the possibility of …

‘I was mentally exhausted from the wall I built up’

Scott Masters is a proud father of two, is a professional hockey advisor and has a career as a real estate agent that he enjoys. “When I was growing up, being mental was a derogatory term,” …

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