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April 2014 • Online Edition
 

PROFILE ONLINE: Check out our flipbook

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PUBLISHER: This is not your mother’s Denver

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PEOPLE: Forging tight community bonds through song

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BUSINESS:
South Denver restaurant menu grows

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HOME TOURS: Have a look behind the curtains

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ALCOHOL BAN: Ban the booze in Wash Park?

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KIDS & CAMPS:
Time to sign kids up for summer fun

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Doors OPEN Denver – A Smorgasbord Of Design Delights | Print |  E-mail

 

THE TAXI COMPLEX AT 34TH AVE. & RINGSBY CT. HAS BEEN A MAJOR CATALYST FOR DEVELOPMENT IN RIVER NORTH NEIGHBORHOOD. Doors OPEN Denver tourgoers can visit all kinds of structures, historic to cutting-edge during the two-day event. Shown: Drive 1 at Taxi

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Going On 40 Years, INC Claims Mission Of Strategic Action | Print |  E-mail

by Eric Peterson

Founded in 1975, Denver’s Inter-Neighborhood Cooperation (INC) was born of the politics of the time.

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Home Tours Open Up Doors: Wash Park East, UPark Gems | Print |  E-mail

by Paul Kashmann

Two of Denver’s high-profile neighborhoods urge you to shed cabin fever, stretch your legs and get an insider’s look at some of the area’s most appealing homes, at the University Park and Washington Park East home tours, coming up in early May.

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Paws On Ground, Tails High For 21st Furry Scurry May 3 | Print |  E-mail

by Cäsar von Gaiberg

From Chihuahuas and Cockers to Pekinese and Pugs. From Afghans to Yorkies, and Beagles and Bassets to Weimaraners and Whippets.

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Earth Day Returns – And It’s High Time To Pay Attention | Print |  E-mail

by C.S. Holling

Evidence continues to mount that rapid climate change has already begun to alter Earth’s ecological balance, and environmentalists worldwide will mark the 44th anniversary of the original Earth Day, on Tues., April 22.

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Alcohol Ban In The Works At Wash Park | Print |  E-mail

by Paul Kashmann

In an effort to reduce the amount of disorderly conduct attributed to intoxicated visitors to Washington Park, a proposal for a complete ban on alcohol in the park has been put forth by District 7 City Councilman Chris Nevitt.

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South Gaylord Memorial Day Weekend Fest Is May 25-26 | Print |  E-mail

by Arthur Guerin

One of south Denver’s favorite rites of spring will return for its 35th edition, when the Old South Gaylord Memorial Day Street Festival welcomes friends and neighbors to the 1000 block of S. Gaylord St., Sun.-Mon., May 25-26.

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Jumpstart Good Health With 9Health Fair Screenings | Print |  E-mail

by Amy Allen

With all due respect to our president, we’ve got your affordable health care right here.

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Free Mulch, Low-Cost Compost Sale, May 3 | Print |  E-mail

by Lady Eve Balfour

Kick-start the spring landscaping season by treating your gardens and trees to a fresh dressing of mulch and compost without draining the family budget.

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