After moving to Colorado from Seattle five years ago, Tia Hunsperger founded Bella Boutique in Denver’s City Park neighborhood.
The two citizen boards charged with overseeing the redevelopment of Stapleton have appointed new leadership even as they evaluate their long-term roles.
Tom Downey, chair of the Westerly Creek Metro District (WCMD), came to last Thursday’s meeting of the Park Creek Metro District (PCMD) expecting PCMD approval of a joint resolution that would enable WCMD to pay an attorney it has engaged since January.
Dobby, a reticulated giraffe calf made his debut on Feb. 28, 2017 at the Denver Zoo.
Building on Mayor Hancock’s declaration at last month’s SUN meetings that streets in Denver will be safe and multimodal, Shontel Lewis from Walk Denver presented on Vision Zero and the goal of eliminating all traffic accidents and serious injuries on Denver streets.
One of the most striking features of Denver Zoo’s newly opened tiger exhibit, The Edge, is the metal mesh catwalk that arches above the visitor viewing area.
With that headline, it may be tempting to look for a punchline—but the act of bringing together Christians, Muslims and Jews to find commonalities and unity is no laughing matter these days.
The day before Valentine’s Day, Isabella Bird Community School celebrated its refugee community with a strong showing of love by giving away books and art supplies to refugee students.
As reported last month, two stray, domestic dogs caused the deaths of a dozen animals at The Urban Farm Stapleton (TUF) in January 2017.
A national survey shows most LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning) students have experienced harassment and discrimination in school.1