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Ex-Broncos player pleads not guilty to assault in Douglas County

A former Denver Broncos player who was arrested in May in Douglas County has pleaded not guilty to four felonies and four misdemeanors related to the incident. Cody Latimer, 28, who was on the … more

When Wash Park swung to a Big Band beat

The jazz was hot, the martinis were cold. From the dance floor, fox trotting couples watched the sun set behind a sweeping 200-mile vista of the Rocky Mountains. All this was just a short walk away … more

Going solar

Stacey Decker believes that people in Denver want to do what they can to help reduce negative impacts to the environment. “Denver is a forward-thinking community,” she said. “Many people are … more

‘All those voices are valued’

When Congress Park resident Autumn Thomas was in kindergarten, she got interviewed about one of her school projects by television news anchor Reynelda Muse, who is a Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame … more

Considering a career transition? Denver’s Rocketman Realtor has some advice

Career transitions are equal parts scary and exhilarating. And if transformation is truly what you desire, then there are few reasons not to take a chance. Life is too short not to do what you love. … more

Getting a winter coat to every Coloradan who needs one

Dependable Cleaners is again hosting its annual Coats for Colorado campaign to get coats to those who are in need. “The need is great. We’ve got the ability to provide, and so we will,” said … more

Denver invests in affordable housing

Affordable housing has marked two milestones in Denver, one in the Capitol Hill neighborhood and another in the Baker neighborhood: Capitol Square Apartments Denver’s Department of Housing … more

Denver Restaurant Week to advocate for local eateries

Restaurants have endured particular hardships amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and with a focus on advocacy for the restaurant industry, Visit Denver — the city’s convention and visitors bureau — … more

Molly Brown museum brings gothic horror to life

For my money, gothic horror — which blends elements of romance, emotion and terror together — is the most subtle and rewarding kind of scary story. Over the years, authors like Edgar Allen Poe, … more

A virtual Denver Film Festival aims to entertain, provoke

Since so many of us have spent the bulk of our recent movie-watching time using streaming apps like Netflix, the only curation we’re getting is algorithms reflecting our own tastes back to us. … more

Lakewood Symphony brings music to senior communities

The Lakewood Symphony, like many local musical groups, had to cancel the latter half of its 2019-2020 … more

Social worker honored with Minoru Yasui Community Volunteer Award

Every volunteer should be celebrated and acknowledged, as they are the backbones of most nonprofits. Some volunteers go the extra mile and exceed expectations. Carol Lingenfelter is one such … more

Planners urge approval of Tears-McFarlane rezone

The Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods’ board president, Travis Leiker, believes the future plans for the Tears-McFarlane mansion will be an amenity for the neighborhood. “It will be a place that … more

A salute to first responders, health-care workers

Classic cars and antique fire trucks took to Denver’s streets on Sept. 13 to honor first responders and health-care workers for their continued response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The parade … more

Learning labs offer option in trying time

Sometimes 8-year-old Griffith Saxe will say that he doesn’t like school. “But, really, I love it,” he said. Griffith is a third-grader at Teller Elementary School in Denver’s Congress Park … more

Making investments in short-term rentals effortless

About six years ago, West Washington Park resident Sabrina Calnan left her successful corporate career in bank mergers and acquisitions for the exciting world of property management. “I was itching … more

Gothic horror authors come back from the grave to spook you this October

Victorian Horrors @ the Molly Brown House Museum will be offered again this year with in-person and at-home options for the spooky experience. Victorian Horrors is environmental theater presented by … more

Ghostly flower child haunts Monkey Island. Maybe.

The small island in Washington Park’s Grasmere Lake is a favorite with snowy egrets, black-crested night herons and reputedly, a ghost. So says an urban legend about Monkey Island, unearthed by … more

Rosedale school to serve an educational purpose in the future

It could become a facility for childcare. Or job training. Or cultural enrichment. Though the exact use has not been determined, Rosedale Elementary School’s future will serve an educational … more
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