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Explore Lakewood’s changing outdoor gallery

In the years since its founding, the 40 West Arts District has become the beating heart of Lakewood’s arts community. And every year, its biggest party is the West Colfax MuralFest. The 2018 … more

Buy library materials by the bag at annual sale

The 10th annual Bag of Books Sale runs Aug. 10 to 19, as part of Littleton’s Western Welcome Week celebrations, hosted by the Friends of the Littleton Library/Museum. Last year, a volunteer who was … more

Nonprofits help fight food waste in south Denver

In a large warehouse in north Denver, We Don’t Waste has packed pallets of tomatoes, spicy peppers, cookies and more into its storage facility. Last year, the organization helped to provide about … more

South Denver sees spike in rabies cases

An uptick of rabies cases has Denver Animal Protection keeping a close eye on skunks in Denver. In 2018, Denver Animal protection has picked up 66 skunks in south Denver that tested positive for … more

10 years later, recession still affects housing market

The Great Recession wiped out the greatest amount of wealth in the United States since the Great Depression. The catalyst, lest we forget, was the housing bubble created by lax lending policies, … more

A changing south Denver remains a desirable area to live

Tim O’Byrne remembers how he and his wife were the young couple in the neighborhood when they moved into their West Washington Park home 20 years ago. He’s happy to see the demographics change as … more

Ballot measure would improve and gain more Denver park space

In Washington Park, Jason Schuck watches his three children play in a small creek. In the heat of the summer, the water is a nice break as the kids sift through rock and sand, hoping to unearth a … more

‘Crazy wrecks’ prompt neighborhood traffic safety events near Cheesman Park

For years, Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods (CHUN) focused on the People’s Fair and maintaining the historic property it owns. But when Team Player Productions took over planning for the festival … more

Denver police increase presence on Colfax

The number of shootings in the Capitol Hill area from Jan. 1 to July 10 this year doubled from the same period in 2017, according to data from the Denver Poice Department. Two recent shootings … more

Prepare for the upcoming DPS school year

The 2018-2019 school year is around the corner — the start date for most schools in the district is Aug. 20. With that in mind, Denver Public Schools has highlighted some important resources and … more

After renovations to fix leaks, Congress Park Pool reopens in June

After delays in repairs, Congress Park Pool — one of the city’s oldest — officially reopened in mid-June. Cynthia Karvaski, a spokesperson with Denver Parks and Recreation, said the summer pool … more

Income discrimination hurts housing market

As Denver seeks to expand access to affordable homes in the face of unprecedented demand, building new affordable housing is important, but it cannot be our only strategy. We can help more families … more

Ballot measure would improve and add more Denver park space

Denver resident Kendall Bingenheimer is crawling on the grass near the Cheesman Park playground with her infant daughter. They come here almost every day, using the infant swing, then moving to the … more

Denver Health honors surgeon with 40-year career

To K. Barry Platnick, trauma medical director at Denver Health, trauma surgeon Ernest “Gene” Moore “is arguably the greatest trauma surgeon working today.” “He can run, jump, scream, roll … more

How a building receives landmark status

Applications to receive landmark status are reviewed by the city’s Landmark Preservation team within the Community Planning and Development office. The ordinance laying out the criteria of what … more

Capitol Hill’s district boasts most historic preservation in Denver

Spending time walking Denver’s neighborhoods means that Beth Glandon learns something new about the city every time she goes out. And as director of Discover Denver, a volunteer program that … more

Authorities stop protesters from blocking entrance to ICE office

More than three dozen protesters still stood in front of the Denver-area office of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Centennial late Thursday afternoon in an hours-long occupation of the … more

Colorado Heights sold to Glendale developer

After more than a year of community meetings and one deal that fell through, the southwest Denver community can let out a long-held breath now that the former Colorado Heights University campus site … more

In second year, Broncos coach in must-win situation

No, Vance Joseph never felt as if he was drinking out of a firehose when the Denver Broncos stumbled through a 5-11 season in his first year as head coach last year. That's how general manager John … more

Protesters camp at ICE office in Centennial

The local U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement office had closed for the day, but the protest outside was open for business. “It's not 'immigration is my problem' — it's everybody's … more
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