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Pam Marquez

​On July 28, Denver created a new bike map, available both online and in print. The map shows the city’s off-street trail system, the network of 39 miles of bike lanes and “sharrows” that have been added since the map was last updated. more

WASHINGTON PARK PROFILE

Merchants Park, a baseball stadium on South Broadway. You may recall that the Exposition—stretching from Virginia to Exposition, and from Broadway to Logan—had housed both a velodrome and a ball park. more

South Denver Lifestyle

The Profile will be 37 years old in October. Not a nice round number, but I was curious about the paper’s beginnings, its agenda, its stories. more

South Denver Lifestyle

Given the perennial discussion, often veering into heated debate, over what or does not constitute the best use of our parks, I wondered how Washington Park was used a hundred years ago. more

South Denver Lifestyle

Local residents will get an inside look at how city planning works starting in September, when Denver Community Planning and Development launches the first-ever Citizens’ Planning Academy. more

WASHINGTON PARK PROFILE

On July 28, Mayor Hancock and other city luminaries officially opened the Colorado Center Bicycle and Pedestrian Bridge near I-25 and Evans Avenue. The bridge spans the highway between the Colorado Center RTD station and adjacent neighborhoods. more

WASHINGTON PARK PROFILE

The mayor kicked off registration for the event in June. The hope is that many neighborhood formal and informal groups will take advantage of the city’s support to hold local events of many varieties. more

WASHINGTON PARK PROFILE

Exposition? Why is that street called Exposition? Well, now I know, but if I hadn’t seen the photos, I wouldn’t believe it. more

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