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October 2014 • Online Edition
 

PROFILE ONLINE: Check out our flipbook

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PUBLISHER:
Have "happy days" returned to your home?

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BUSINESS: New owners at Gates Rubber. No developer yet.

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PEOPLE: Platt Park pair advocate for local schools

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ELECTIONS: A full slate of offices and issues, Nov. 4

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ARTS: Swallow Hill's 35th, JAAMM Fest and more

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Platt Park/S. Pearl St. | Print |  E-mail

Well, the secret is out, the baby’s been named. For the second time.

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Baker | Print |  E-mail

The Baker neighborhood is saying goodbye (at least for now) to arguably its finest bakery, as Humble Pie Store has closed its doors after two years at 300 Elati St. to prepare for a move into an undisclosed larger location sometime in 2015.

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Rosedale/Harvard Gulch | Print |  E-mail

Founded in 1979, Swallow Hill Music, 71 E. Yale Ave., is a nonprofit community for musicians and music lovers who appreciate the ability of music to bring people together.

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Glendale | Print |  E-mail

Bookies, one of the Denver area’s finest independent booksellers is celebrating 37 years in business this month.

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Broadway | Print |  E-mail

A belated blast of The Profile trumpet goes out to virtuoso guitarist Steve Shurack and all the great teachers and musicians at Broadway Music School, 1940 S. Broadway – BMS marked its 9th anniversary on Aug. 1.

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West University/Evans Ave. | Print |  E-mail
Printing maestro and land developer Barry Hirschfeld told the Profile late last month that he is “about 90 days” from making a deal that would get the redevelopment of the 3/4-acre, half-block Asbury Court development site (E. Asbury Ave. at S. Downing St.) back on track.

 

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West Washington Park | Print |  E-mail

Way back in the day it was Park Lane Café; since the 1990s, HandleBar & Grill and Abo’s/Parkside Pizza occupied the southwest corner site at Alameda Ave. and S. Downing St.

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Santa Fe | Print |  E-mail

Among the hidden gems that pop up out of nowhere along Santa Fe Dr. – Art of Life Gallery (200 Santa Fe Dr) – is located in a low-profile corner building that also houses Denver Urban Homesteading.

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Colorado Blvd. | Print |  E-mail

Schlessman Family YMCA, 3901 E. Yale Ave., has been a cornerstone of the University Hills neighborhood since 1958 when Gerald L. Schlessman set out to create a “welcoming place” that would be a strong force for community building, a support system for families and a source of good role models for kids.

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Virginia Village | Print |  E-mail

Actasana Studio & Theatre (1491 S. Holly St.), the creation of founders Lea Marlene and David Lauer, is celebrating its first anniversary this month.

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