News updates and briefs for the NE Denver area
“We’re helping kids to be creative problem solvers who can navigate fast-evolving technology,” says Brenda Lane, co-owner of MindCraft Makerspace in the Stanley Marketplace.
“I don’t know where it comes from,” Kellye Giles says, “when I am on the deck I’m a whole new person.”
The August SUN Outreach Meeting will be on Tuesday, August 21 from 6:30-7:25pm at the Central Park Recreation Center. The August SUN Board Meeting will follow from 7:30-8:45pm. Both meetings are open to the public.
They really don’t make things like they used to– just look at the Lockheed Constellation.With its elegant curves, the “Connie,” as it was affectionately known, flew faster, farther and higher than most of its contemporaries.
Technically, even a child’s lemonade stand falls under the same rules and regulations as other temporary businesses.
With all the excitement surrounding the opening of Stanley Marketplace in northwest Aurora, the quiet opening of a secondhand bookshop just down the street may have gone unnoticed.
“Denver coffee is some of best in the U.S. right now,” says Hannah Ulbrich, owner of Copper Door Coffee Roasters, which opened in late January in Lowry.
The rise of electronic media and online shopping has dealt a blow to both print media and brick-and-mortar bookstores, but millennial entrepreneur David Chung and his sister, Annie, are swimming against that tide.
The three owners of Next Level Prep are parents with kids the same ages: each has a son age 17 and a daughter age 15. Their high schoolers are part of the first generation born in Stapleton.