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January 2015 • Online Edition
 

PROFILE ONLINE: Check out our flipbook

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PUBLISHER:
Thanks for doing heavy lifting

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BUSINESS: Alliance supports youth biz efforts

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PEOPLE:
Shure seeks answers to 9/11 questions

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FOR THE BIRDS: Carbon tax aids species on the brink

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RAIL YARD: Free skiing & boarding at Ruby Hill Park

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Around The Town | Print |  E-mail
     In 1987 after a group of Denver elementary students was denied a loan from other banks for a school project, cable TV magnate Bill Daniels created Cherry Creek’s Young Americans Bank, the world’s sole financial institution designed specifically for people under the age of 22.
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Platt Park/S. Pearl St. | Print |  E-mail

     Workout fiends hoping to hit the ground running toward their New Year’s fitness goals will be pleased to welcome Orangetheory Fitness to the neighborhood. The rapidly growing chain expects to open their newest location at 999 S. Logan St., sometime in March. Orange theory will occupy the ground floor of the under-construction mixed-use development known as The Collection, on the west side of Logan St. north of I-25.

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West Washington Park | Print |  E-mail

     First the bad news. Washington Park’s coziest coffee bar, La Belle Rosette has closed its original location at 712-1/2 S. Pearl St., after keeping the 7-1/2-foot-wide cafe alive and hopping for almost exactly five years.

 

 

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DU/Evans Ave. | Print |  E-mail

     The West University neighborhood bid adieu to one of the great names in comfort food last month, when Crown Burger closed its doors at 2387 S. Downing St., to make way for Roaming Buffalo Barbecue, set to open up sometime in the coming weeks. We’ll tell you more about what to expect after the doors swing open. Info: visit roamingbuffalobbq.com or call 303-722-2226.

 

 

 

 
Around The Town | Print |  E-mail

     Another little corner of South Gaylord Street is going to the Devil. Devil’s Food Bakery & Cookery, one of the area’s most deservedly popular eateries (1020 S. Gaylord St.), is taking over additional space at 1004 S. Gaylord St., with plans to shift the coffee/tea/pastry side of the operation northward sometime in early spring. The new shop will include a bakery kitchen as well as seating for 30.

     Owner Angela Pilloud told the Profile, “Once the new place is complete, the existing space will become a dedicated restaurant serving our current breakfast, lunch and supper offerings with additional seating and a full liquor license.”

     While it’s too soon for a precise opening day, Pilloud expects to begin building out the new bakery sometime this month.

     Info: visit devilsfooddenver.com or call 303-778-7448. 

 
Broadway | Print |  E-mail

     Don’t stand in line just yet, but we’re guessing plenty of folks will be doing just that in the not-distant future, as Taste of Thailand relocates from its Englewood home across from Swedish Hospital to a new space at 2120 S. Broadway sometime in the next few months.

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Overland | Print |  E-mail

    The ever-incarnating Overland neighborhood welcomed a new fitness studio to the banks of the Platte River when About Time Fitness relocated from its longtime S. Broadway location to new digs at A Living Arts Centre, 2231 S. Platte River Dr. Founder Dena Stodola had little need for a workout gym as a young woman. Growing up on her family’s dairy farm she saw firsthand the benefits of years of lifting feed pails and throwing hay bales.

     Stodola carries that everywoman wisdom into her business, creating a program combining cardio work, strength training yoga, cycling and dance to help you get as fit as you are motivated to become.

            For information: call 720-328-8449 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it