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April 2015 • Online Edition
 

PROFILE ONLINE 
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GARDENING
Exercise caution in this tricky month.

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BUSINESS
Hasu Asian Bistro & Sushi opens in Cherry Creek

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

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

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Should We Be Growing Corn For Fuel? Ethanol’s Hidden Costs | Print |  E-mail

by Greg Wright

Using agriculture to produce energy is an idea unquestioned by many. Over the past 10-20 years, ethanol production has expanded: 211 ethanol biorefineries now operate in 29 states, primarily refining corn.

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Rudofsky’s “Zaidy’s”: Generations Return For Fare And Friendship | Print |  E-mail

by Susan Dugan

When Gerard Rudofsky decided he needed a “mid-life correction” and opened a Jewish deli near the Denver District Court in 1985, he had no idea Zaidy’s would become both cultural icon and extended family.

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Editor's Note | Print |  E-mail

“For all that has been, thank you.
For all that is to come, yes.”

Dag Hammarskjöld (1905-1961)

You’d have to step into Peabody’s Wayback Machine to revisit my 2a.m. aha! moment late in 1994, prompted by reading the “Help Wanted” classified ads in the December ‘94 Washington Park Profile.

 

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University Park News & Views | Print |  E-mail

by Diana Helper

Hokus Pokus!
Today we focus
On the annual locus
of the magical crocus.

Suddenly, it’s Baaack!  Spring’s here and everything’s returning, including –

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Honor Mother Earth’s Awakening In April’s Sweetness | Print |  E-mail

by Joan Hinkemeyer

April's showers, sunlight and warm breezes awaken gardening fever in green-thumbers everywhere. April is National Gardening Month and also boasts Earth Day and Arbor Day, other Earth-related observances falling this month when the goddess of spring appears.

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