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Sara Hertwig

Controversy continues to swirl around the plans of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church to provide housing to homeless and mentally ill people. The church is located in the Clement Historic District and near the epicenter of Denver’s homeless population... more

Local Headlines

The March Inter-Neighborhood Cooperation (INC) meeting was a full-day event. The monthly gathering of delegates from the City of Denver’s Registered Neighborhood Groups (RNO) took place March 10 at the Park Hill Congregational Church. The agenda... more

Neighborhood News and Notes

Sometimes small changes can effect big responses. In the weeks ahead of the 2017 holiday season, 14 tiny “fairy doors” were installed along South Pearl Street at about knee height. Some are easy to spot, some not so much. To find them all you have... more

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Local groups Femme Left and the Denver branch of the International Socialist Organization (ISO) collaborate to educate about socialism, for liberation. Mae Black is in both organizations and each meet at The Deer Pile, above City O' City... more

Capitol Opinion

Senior Day at the Capitol is on Wednesday, March 21. First, you don’t have to be a senior to attend, you just need to have an interest in issues impacting seniors. This is a very special event organized by Colorado Senior Lobby. If you have not... more

Neighborhood News and Notes

Buffalo Exchange Colorado, the Baker Broadway Merchant Association and the Office of Councilman Jolon Clark are working together to have rainbow crosswalks installed at Broadway and West Irvington Place. This project is a visual demonstration of... more

Neighborhood News and Notes

On Feb. 10, INC delegates and members met at St. Rose of Lima Church to discuss issues including transportation, zoning and planning (ZAP) and a recent announcement that Denver is considering a bid to host the Winter Olympics. more

Local Headlines

Public concern over construction defects, construction materials used, slot homes, micro units and the like has been high of late, and while some neighborhoods are perhaps behind the curve when it comes to establishing standards for... more

Local Headlines

It was with much excitement and a touch of relief that Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods (CHUN) Co-presidents Travis Leiker and Mark Cossin were able to tell those assembled for the registered neighborhood organizations’ (RNO) annual membership... more

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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... more

Capitol Lifestyle

Cherry Creek is in the midst of a huge transformation. Many of the small businesses and art galleries have closed or relocated because they couldn’t afford the steep rent increases. All the construction and increased population density... more

Local Headlines

Each January, people make hopeful New Year’s resolutions—even follow through on them. Maybe we learned this from our folks: “write thank yous," “clean your room.” Maybe there’s just a nagging thought that we could/should do better? There’s plenty to more

South Denver Opinion

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

Colfax Avenue has always been a street defined by change. The corridor has seen many evolutions, from being the main thoroughfare during the Gold Rush, to the stomping grounds of Jack Kerouac and Neal Cassady, to the eclectic main street that... more

Neighborhood News and Notes

Development in Denver is nothing new. The city has been transforming since its humble beginnings along the banks of Cherry Creek and the South Platte River for over a century. The city, developers, business owners and neighborhood residents all... more

Local Headlines

Back by popular demand, FANS annual Washington Park Photo Contest calendar is now on sale. Calendars showcase the winners of FANS 2017 Washington Park Photo Contest, and they make perfect holiday gifts for family and friends who are fans of the park. more

Neighborhood News and Notes

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

It is with great sadness we report that Roger Armstrong, longtime Capitol Hill-area community activist and former Executive Director of Capitol Hill United Neighbors (CHUN), has lost his battle with cancer. Speaking to her time with Armstrong... more

Local Headlines

The 125-year mark is no small achievement for any institution. But to spend those 125 years breaking new ground? That perhaps casts a different light on a legacy. Iliff School of Theology has entered its 126th year, and like many theological... more

South Denver Education News

On Tuesday, Nov. 7, a Denver citywide election will be held for school board members and for a series of seven proposed General Obligation (GO) bonds. Those bonds are being marketed as a way to raise money “without raising taxes.” But there will be a more

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