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The Santa Fe Art District is known for its galleries and art studios, but Kristina Thayer’s Candelaria, located at 853 Santa Fe Dr., brings something new to the neighborhood; a candle boutique, makers studio, nonprofit art gallery for social... more

South Denver Business News

You know that times are changing when a favorite neighbor outgrows the neighborhood and needs to move, even when that neighbor is a business, and, in this case, a nonprofit. By July, Mi Casa Resource Center, a nonprofit whose mission is to advance more

WASHINGTON PARK PROFILE

Denver nonprofit Bayaud Enterprises taking a different tact: provide services to Denver’s homeless and maybe enable the willing to obtain employment and, perhaps, secure housing and a better future. more

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Traffic’s now moving both directions on Broadway—at least bikes are. more

Cap Hill Business News

Please notify us of business-related news within your neighborhood so we can provide coverage in "Business as Usual." Call us at 303-778-8021 or send an email to bau@washparkprofile.com. more

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As the New Year approaches, no powerful challenger has yet lined up in oppositon to Mayor Michael Hancock, who is in the final months of his first term in office more

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A Nov. 1 public hearing on the new parking rules and regulations put forth by the City and County of Denver was postponed due to a lot of rumors and “confusion,” say city officials. more

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They are afraid that if they go on the 16th Street Mall even during daylight hours that they will be put in jail more

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If you haven’t pedaled around Denver since last fall, you may be in for some surprises more

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A “world-class” multi-use development? more

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Repent, relax and run to one of Denver’s farmers markets, offering an impressive selection of fresh produce grown as close to home as the seasons will allow more

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What is the root cause of that die-off and what can be done to alleviate the situation more

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Since humans first roamed the land, there have been those who held the gifts bestowed by our natural environment with reverence, while others simply took them for granted, as if earth’s bounty was limitless and immune to harm. more

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“I was working for (former Councilwoman) Debbie Ortega when it was first closed down, and we’ve been at it again since I’ve been in office more

If you have ridden your bike, run, or walked your dog along the network of trails surrounding the Platte River and its tributaries, if you have picnicked or seen a movie on its grassy, scenic banks, rafted its white water or leaned back and soaked up more

People of South Denver

Mayor John Hickenlooper and several community partners have announced plans for a citywide bike sharing program – Denver B-Cycle – that will make 500 bikes available to the public at 30 to 40 stations throughout the city beginning this summer. more

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A draft report of recommended changes to Denver’s public recreation system has local residents concerned that the closure of the Platt Park Senior Center, 1500 S. Grant St., could be at hand. more

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The plan being formulated for 138 acres surrounding the Alameda light rail station at S. Cherokee St. and W. Dakota Ave. would allow for construction of as many as 6,100 residences, over 1.5 million square feet of office space. more

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In all times – and especially these times – money is a dynamic force for change, as are commitment, attentiveness, kindness and a spirit of lightness more

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