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April 2015 • Online Edition

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Exercise caution in this tricky month.

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Hasu Asian Bistro & Sushi opens in Cherry Creek

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Rudofsky’s “Zaidy’s”: Generations Return 

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

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Front Page News

See Denver’s buildings like you’ve never seen them before
 with open-door access and expert tours at the 11th annual Doors Open Denver event, April 25-26. This year’s headquarters will be located inside the beautifully renovated Union Station building on 17th and Wynkoop. Photo courtesy The Denver Architectural Foundation.

Explore Denver’s Architectural Past And Present At This Year’s Doors Open Denver

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?

At-Large Council Contenders Share Range Of Concerns

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.

22nd Annual Furry Scurry May 2

Hurry to the 22nd annual Furry Scurry at Washington Park on Sat., May 2. Registration can be completed online at furryscurry.org, in person at any Dumb Friends League shelter, or on the day of the event starting at 7a.m. The walk kicks off at 9a.m. and will be a flurry of furry activity with friendly neighbors like these two dogs and their smiling people. Photo courtesy DDFL.