Untitled Document
April 2015 • Online Edition
 

PROFILE ONLINE 
Check out our flipbook

Read more

GARDENING
Exercise caution in this tricky month.

Read more

BUSINESS
Hasu Asian Bistro & Sushi opens in Cherry Creek

Read more

PEOPLE
Rudofsky’s “Zaidy’s”: Generations Return 

Read more

HOME TOUR
Time For UPark/Wash Park East Home Tours … Almost!

Read more

At-Large Council Contenders Share Range Of Concerns | Print |  E-mail

by Jessica Hamilton

We’ve reached the final installment in our three-part series on Denver’s upcoming election, where we have focused on covering south, south-central and near southeast district candidates for Denver City Council. As we bring you these statements from at-large candidates, we’d like to remind our readers that voting is an admirable expression of your civic responsibility, in addition to being the most fundamental way you can have a say in the governance of your community.

Read more...
 
Explore Denver’s Architectural Past And Present At This Year’s Doors Open Denver | Print |  E-mail

by Jessica Hamilton
Have you ever speculated about the history of Denver’s quirky old buildings, like the Mayan Theater or the Denver Fire Department Museum? Or wished you could step inside and look around some of our city’s grand architectural structures, like the Historic Sugar Building or the old Masonic Temple on Welton Street?

Read more...
 
Celebrate 90 Years With Asbury Elementary! | Print |  E-mail

by Asbury PTSO Parents
In honor of Asbury Elementary School’s 90th birthday, the Asbury Parent Teacher Student Organization (PTSO) plans a community-wide celebration on Fri., April 17, at 1320 E. Asbury Ave.; alumni, friends, and the Asbury community will gather to honor the school’s rich history. 

Read more...
 
Time For UPark/Wash Park East Home Tours … Almost! | Print |  E-mail

by Eileen Abbattista
Early May home tours – with proceeds providing much-needed support for area schools – are a time-honored ritual in South Denver. Sneak a peek for yourself, and invite friends and family to the 2015 University Park and Wash Park East home tours – with a home and garden fair, ever-tempting street food options, and the chance to peer out from South High’s iconic clock tower thrown in for good measure.

Read more...
 
Furry Scurry Gives Wash Park To The Dogs, Helps Homeless Pets | Print |  E-mail

by Jessica Hamilton
Whether you walk on two legs or four, the 22nd annual  Furry Scurry is a great opportunity to get out and get friendly with your neighbors. Dogs and their people will once again take over Washington Park on Sat., May 2, for this high-profile fundraiser for the Denver Dumb Friends League.

Read more...
 
9Health Fair Serves All Comers | Print |  E-mail

by Eileen Abbattista
Need a check-in and reassurance about health concerns? 9Health Fair is Colorado’s largest volunteer-driven, non-profit health fair and education program, serving adults 18 and over each spring since 1980.

Read more...