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May 2015 • Online Edition
 

PROFILE ONLINE: 
Check out our flipbook

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LITTLE LIBRARIES:
Neighbors share
love of
free books

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HISTORY:
Denver’s past
through one
family’s history

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BUSINESS
Ambitious
plans for
Glendale 180

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PEOPLE: 
Sandoval 
champions
pet mediation

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Setting Clear Boundaries (Part I) | Print |  E-mail

by Matt McCune

It’s taught to us very early as children. Always follow the Golden Rule: “Do unto others as you would have done unto you.”

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Publisher’s Perspective | Print |  E-mail

by Jill Farschman

On April 7, I had the pleasure of serving as a panelist for the Denver Decides District 7 Council Candidate Forum sponsored by Inter-neighborhood Cooperation (INC), Historic Denver and the League of Women Voters. The meeting took place at Cameron Church, on South Pearl.

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Gabriela Sandoval Uses Mediation Instead of Litigation | Print |  E-mail

by Susan Dugan

Growing up on the East Coast in a bilingual family, Gabriela Sandoval admittedly felt little connection with the environment. 

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Letter to the Editor | Print |  E-mail

Dear Staff,

I don't live anywhere near Wash Park – more like Belleview and Broadway (southern Englewood) – but you provide a wealth of information that I can't live without.

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University Park News & Views | Print |  E-mail

by Diana Helper

Here, just as in any other place,
in May, we honor our mother!

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The Dance of May | Print |  E-mail

by Joan Hinkemeyer

May’s “newfangled mirth” (Shakespeare) ignites a major gardening frenzy among green-thumbers. 

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Rebel Rouser – News of South High School | Print |  E-mail

The Class of 2015 is the recipient of $6.5 million and counting in college scholarships!  We have two Daniels Scholars, two Boettcher Scholars, a National Merit Scholar, a National Hispanic Merit Scholar, and a Horatio Alger National Scholar.

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