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Denver residents can’t ‘afford to live where they work’

Deanie Labriola is a woman who counts her blessings. A month ago she moved into her new apartment in Arvada. Her living room has a few chairs, as well as a dining table. Her dog and cat keep her … more

Chris Hinds sets sights on mobility in Denver

Editor’s Note: District 10 covers the Uptown, Golden Triangle, Capitol Hill, Cheesman Park, Congress Park, Alamo Placita, Country Club and Cherry Creek neighborhoods. As he begins to wind down from … more

New District 9 Representative looks to be the voice of the people

Editor’s Note: District 9 covers the Globeville, Elyria Swansea, Five Points, Cole, Clayton, Whittier, Skyland, City Park West, City Park, Auraria, Union Station and the Central Business District … more

Capitol Hill business owner launches summer market

Local vendors pulled together on a sunny day in June, launching the first Ogden Block Summer Market. Nikki Hazamy, the owner of The Corner Beet coffee shop and Rooted Heart Yoga and Wellness, helped … more

CHUN takes lead in neighborhood climate action

Three members of Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods are looking for “movers and shakers” in the north Denver area, in the hopes of jump-starting lasting change in climate policy. The Climate … more

Life on Capitol Hill: July Business Matters

Business Matters is a monthly column on the changing landscape of business and development in north Denver. If there are any inquiries on new developments in your area, or if you are a local business … more

Denver nonprofits race to fundraise

Crossing the finish line into City Park after running a Colfax race is only half the battle for the 220 participating nonprofits — it’s also a marathon fundraising session. The nonprofit Colfax … more

Growing Pains: Colfax has been ‘defined by change’

For Frank Locantore, there’s a special magic to Colfax Avenue. From the music coming from cars on the street, to the smells of food from restaurants, there’s a soundtrack to the famed street. more

Growing Pains: Denver neighborhoods work to bring everyone to the table

When Tim Roberts first became president of the East Colfax Neighborhood Association, he noticed something that didn’t sit well with him. Although East Colfax has a wealth of diversity in the … more

Denver Pride art installation ‘A gem of delight’

The Colfax community came together last month to bring the stories of Stonewall and Denver Pride streetside as artwork on the district’s 14 utility boxes for traffic lights. Frank Locantore, … more

Investing in Denver green space

After several months of raising money, the Turnverein has begun planting trees on the north side of its property to replace a long strip of cracked and crumbling asphalt along East 16th Avenue. … more

Life on Capitol Hill: June Business Matters

Business Matters is a monthly column on the changing landscape of business and development in north Denver. If there are any inquiries on new developments in your area, or if you are a local business … more

Congress Park residents teach about water-wise gardening

On a dreary Saturday in May, five women stand in the front yard of Anne Miller’s house in Congress Park. The group is consulting a small diagram Miller has drawn, a plan for the so-called … more

Mayor, council races go into runoff ballot

This post will be updated with official election results on May 16. The race for mayor isn't done yet as the May election extended into a runoff election set for June 4. About 185,000 Denver … more

New Denver exhibit celebrates Colorado women

To celebrate its one-year anniversary, the Center for Colorado Women’s History opened Women/Work/Justice, a new exhibit highlighting the work of women who made change in the state. The exhibit … more

Bringing nonprofits together in Colorado

A new nonprofit created by three Colorado philanthropists aims to help children throughout their school careers and beyond by bringing other nonprofit organizations together. PIVOT — founded by … more

Cheesman Park gets a spring cleaning

Clouds of dust rose from piles of mulch as more than 30 volunteers, easily distinguishable by their bright green shirts, shoveled them into wheelbarrows around Cheesman Park, where they also did … more

Shot-detection system expands in Denver to downtown, Uptown

A gunshot detection system will be expanded into the downtown and Uptown neighborhoods later this year to try to decrease violent crime in Denver. City Council voted in early April to extend its … more

Growing Pains: Housing and income stability ‘essential to public health’

Irene Aguilar has spent her life working in public service, although her roles in the community have changed over time. Currently, she works as program director for a new effort started by Denver in … more

Growing Pains: Making sure ‘it’s development that we want’

Archie Bill, who lives near City Park, doesn’t see a downside to business development: Businesses in local neighborhoods benefit those who live there. The process, he notes, is “a give and … more
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