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September 2014 • Online Edition
 

PROFILE ONLINE: Check out our flipbook

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PUBLISHER:
Process – not product – is crucial

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PEOPLE: Kiryluk’s images – beauty in all

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ELECTIONS: Be a Voter! Take your pick Nov. 4

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ADOPTION: Whole Cat Backs Pet Fair Sept. 21

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Local Food Shift Key Determinant To Aid Denver’s Resiliency | Print |  E-mail

by Rusty Collins
Director, Colorado State University, Denver Extension

Chances are you have heard some of these words recently: urban agriculture, locally-sourced,food systems, sustainability, food shift, urban farming, and food resiliency. If so, you are not alone!

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2014 Public Safety Expo Blazes Into South High Sept. 13 | Print |  E-mail

by Eileen Abbattista

Denver Chief of Police Robert White is clear on the mission of DPD: “In partnership with the community, the Denver Police Department strives to operate a police agency focused on preventing crime in a respectful manner, demonstrating that everyone matters.”

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Election Forums Illuminate November Ballot | Print |  E-mail

The League of Women Voters Denver, Inter-Neighborhood Cooperation (INC), Historic Denver and Denver 8TV are once again partnering as Denver Decides, hosting a series of election forums in the weeks leading up to Nov. 4. Events are open to the public, and will be filmed for subsequent showing on Channel 8.  

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Take A Deep Breath: It’s That Time Again! Election Day Nov. 4 | Print |  E-mail

by Paul Kashmann

Hickenlooper or Beauprez? Coffman or Romanoff? Udall or Gardner?

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South Pearl Pet Fair Sept. 21 | Print |  E-mail

by Franco Theophilus Scamperelli

If you’ve been looking to bring a little more love into your life, have we got a plan for you: hoof it on over to the Platt Park neighborhood on Sun., Sept. 21, for the annual South Pearl Street Pet Adoption Fair, held during the Farmers Market, 9a.m.-1p.m., in the 1400-1500 blocks of S. Pearl St.

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Diversity Of Style Highlights Park Hill/Dora Moore Tours | Print |  E-mail

by Paul Kashmann

Denver’s Park Hill neighborhood is legend for its architectural diversity.

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Kilowatt Eights Square Dance Club Turns 75! | Print |  E-mail

Betcha didn’t know the oldest square dance club in the U.S. will hit its diamond anniversary – 75 years – with a gala set for Fri., Oct. 3 at Englewood’s Malley Senior Rec Center, 3380 S. Lincoln St.; square dance follows.

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Historic Byers Junior High Reopens As DSST/Bromwell | Print |  E-mail

Byers Junior High School, 150 S. Pearl St., was built in 1921 on land donated by Rocky Mountain News founder William Byers. Age – and declining Denver Public Schools enrollment – led to the building being abandoned in 2003, leaving the neighborhood mired in years of meetings and debates about a best-use scenario for the historic property that was at that point in bad shape, and steadily getting worse.

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