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Recently, Cherry Creek has fostered a reputation as the Denver neighborhood with all construction and no parking. It feels less like a community and more like a bargain basement sale for wrecking balls. Denver Public Library (DPL) Librarian Ginger... more

South Denver Arts & Entertainment

Anyone who ever feared that knitting, crochet and other needle crafts were dying arts should be cheered by the decade-long resurgence in their popularity that only continues to intensify and find new expression, including political. more

South Denver Lifestyle

This March 3 through 31 celebrate women in the arts during the sixth annual Athena Project Arts Festival. Experience a Weekend of Music at Swallow Hill, World Dance, Girls Create Celebration, Plays In Progress Series, panel discussions and workshops. more

South Denver Arts & Entertainment

Each December we go through a flurry of gift giving with friends, family and coworkers. We also give to the numerous charitable organizations who depend upon contributions to fulfill their mission. Just last month, more than $36 million was raised... more

South Denver Lifestyle

In this day and age it might seem newspapers are folding left and right, but students at Grant Beacon Middle School are bucking the trend and have founded a new newspaper, The Beacon. more

South Denver Education News

If you’re like this reporter and if you crave community and giving back over commercialism, then there’s an event just for you. Tucked between the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays is an emerging Cap Hill community tradition: ... more

Neighborhood News and Notes

With the changing of the seasons comes the changing of our routines. Colder weather and shorter days are an opportunity to slow down and enjoy the things most precious to us—friends, family and the unique features of our Front Range home. more

Capitol Lifestyle

Colorado Gives Day will be held on Friday, Dec. 5 this year, beginning at 12:00a.m. The one-day event is a statewide movement to increase online giving and is held to allow Coloradans to more easily give to over 2,000 nonprofits of their choice... more

, Neighborhood News and Notes

Denver Public Schools (DPS) still owns the shuttered Rosedale Elementary School building, and one idea is to use the building to create an affordable housing option for teachers. A community input survey recently closed; results are expected soon. more

South Denver Education News

The annual Coats for Colorado coat drive kicks off on Sunday, Oct. 1 and runs through Thursday, Nov. 30, with multiple drop off locations throughout the metro area, including all Dependable Cleaners locations. On Saturday, Nov. 12, you can also... more

Neighborhood News and Notes

If you were born prior to 1990, you might not know who Dav Pilkey is. I you know of him, you might consider him something of a god. The author behind the Captain Underpants and Dog Man series, in addition to many others, Pilkey will be at... more

Capitol Arts & Entertainment

Up first: join Colfax Ave BID on Saturday, Aug. 12 for their annual street party, Art-i-fax! The event will run from 10:00a.m. to 4:00p.m. at the intersection of Colfax and Park Avenues. Meet your neighbors and enjoy live music, local food and... more

Neighborhood News and Notes

Time is running out to participate in this year’s fifth annual Denver Days celebration—and Washington Park needs you! Mayor Michael B. Hancock launched Denver Days in 2012 to help create stronger communities. He encouraged neighbors to get to know... more

, Neighborhood News and Notes

Gardens have a way of creeping into our hearts, and can help us re-center ourselves with the more-than-human world. Take a moment, and think about a garden you remember fondly. Maybe that garden is currently in your life or maybe it is from... more

Local Gardening

Sunshine Home Share Colorado is working to solve two difficult issues simultaneously; affordable housing and helping seniors stay in their homes as they age. The nonprofit needs community support, to continue its important work, for its... more

South Denver Seniors

If you’re bored in Denver this summer, it’s not for a lack of things to do. Ditto if you’re lamenting that you don’t have any money. There are so many free events out there that they can’t be contained here. more

South Denver Arts & Entertainment

Mayor Michael B. Hancock will deliver the annual State of the City Address at the Hiawatha Davis Recreation Center on Monday, July 10 from 11:00a.m.-12:00p.m. The address is open to the public and will identify the Administration’s priorities... more

Neighborhood News and Notes

In each edition The Profile dedicates editorial space to area Registered Neighborhood Organizations and nonprofits with timely news to share. This month: Neighborhood Q&A, Cherry Creek Arts Fest, Endsley Bench and more... more

Neighborhood News and Notes

The month of June kicks off a summer of annual festivals in Denver. The People’s Fair, the Chalk Art Festival, and Denver PrideFest all encourage Coloradans to get outside and enjoy the warm days and cool nights. While many of these festivals have... more

South Denver Lifestyle

In each edition LIFE dedicates editorial space to area Registered Neighborhood Organizations and nonprofits with timely news to share. This month: Neighborhood Q&A, Art Students League, Cherry Creek Arts Fest and SCPNA... more

Neighborhood News and Notes