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July 2014 • Online Edition
 

PROFILE ONLINE: Check out our flipbook

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PUBLISHER:
To take the train, you must get to the train

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BUSINESS: Twin 30-story towers at Country Club Gardens

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PEOPLE: Finding meaning in music - Mary Beth Cross

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SUMMER FUN: Free and low-cost concerts & flicks

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SPILLS: Pass on food-based wisdom to your children

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LIVING WELL: Eat well, stay fit, share the wealth

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Front Page News

 

THE 2ND ANNUAL WASHINGTON PARK PHOTO CONTEST DREW NEARLY 200 ENTRIES BY MORE THAN 55 PHOTOGRAPHERS in the categories of Nature, Place and People or Pets. Pictured above is the 2nd Place winner in the Nature category, Emperor of Smith Lake, submitted by James Esten. Sponsored by FANS (Friends and Neighbors) of Washington Park, entry fees for the Washington Park Photo Contest will go to benefit programs in Washington Park. FANS will host a reception, open to all, for the contest winners, Wed., July 9, 6p.m., at the Dos Chappell Bathhouse, on the north bank of Washington Park’s Smith Lake. The Bathhouse is best accessed by north entrance to the park at Virginia Ave. and Marion St. Pkwy. All winning and honorable mention photos will be displayed. For more information about the photo contest or FANS many other activities and projects, visit fanswashingtonpark.org.

 
Buchanan Reaches Out To Heal Bruised Neighborhood Trust

by Paul Kashmann

When Mayor Michael B. Hancock chose Brad Buchanan to replace Rocky Piro as executive director of the Department of Community Planning and Development (CPD), it caused furrowed brows among many of Denver’s dedicated cadre of neighborhood activists.

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It’s Time For Renewed Creative Vision – IMAGINE 2020: Denver’s Cultural Plan

by Kent Rice, Executive Director
Ginger White, Deputy Director

Denver Arts & Venues

One of the biggest challenges – and most rewarding experiences – of working in city government is developing ways to engage Denver residents in the work that we do.

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