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Craig Marshall Smith
Quiet Desperation

Sibling is almost like one of the family

My sister and I are unalike. My sister and I are so unalike I required a DNA sample before I agreed to include her in my will. “Cindy” makes lists. She makes lists of the lists she is going to …
Norton
Winning Words

2020 might have won, and 2021 has just begun

A friend of mine is an expert in emotional relevance. His name is Alon Zaibert and he writes a terrific blog. In a blog that he wrote just before Christmas, Alon visits the topic of identifying and …

An update on where we stand with environmental policy

The New Year is a time for reimagining your routine and your goals, and for an update on where we stand with environmental policy across the globe and in our backyard. December marked the anniversary …

A thank you for all the ‘rich experiences’

Dec. 15 marked my one-year anniversary as editor of the Washington Park Profile and Life on Capitol Hill newspapers. I’ll admit I wish I knew the beat a little better than I do now …

Ensuring the survival of small businesses in Denver

Throughout the remainder of the COVID-19 pandemic and for the foreseeable future, Denver’s small businesses face unprecedented challenges. These businesses have stepped up for our community during …
Letters to the Editor

Letter to the editor: Boebert doesn’t get Constitution

Boebert doesn’t get Constitution So, it looks like Lauren Boebert, Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District representative-elect, is ready to slap some leather come Jan. 6 when Congress meets to …

Diverse groups suggest new ways to help unhoused, weigh neighborhood concerns

Registered neighborhood organizations (RNO), business improvement districts (BID), and creative districts have received inquiries regarding the seeming surge of homeless encampments in Denver. To our …

Letter to the editor: Change is constant and unsettling

Change is constant and unsettling. Our friends and neighbors experiencing homelessness or staring at the brink of homelessness know this all too well. Maybe you, too, are a missed paycheck away from …

Letter to the editor: No on ballot issue 4C

No on ballot issue 4C Readers should be aware that this is not a temporary tax increase that will expire when the pandemic ends, or when a bond issue has been paid off. This is a permanent tax …

Letter to the editor: Vote no on Prop EE

Vote no on Prop EE Proposition EE is a tax increase on Coloradans amid a global pandemic. As we attempt to recover from COVID-19 hardships, now is not the time to impose a $294 million tax increase …
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