A room full of strangers of multiple races and ethnicities, half young and half old, finds themselves sharing personal stories of their lives that they’ve never talked about with anyone but close friends.
Toe Ma rarely stopped smiling throughout our interview. That smile is something he is known for among the staff at the Next Door restaurant in Stapleton’s Eastbridge Town Center, where he works in the kitchen.
If you’ve ever considered running a marathon—or part of one—Denver’s homegrown Colfax Marathon should be on your short list.
After her son “aged out” of area toddler/parent music programs, Skye Barker Maa began searching for a music school in NE Denver.
At the May 15th Annual Community Forum, residents had the opportunity to vote (yes or no) on the question “Should the name of the Registered Neighborhood Organization as reflected in Article 1, Section 1, of the Stapleton United Neighbors Bylaws be changed from Stapleton United Neighbors to Central Park United Neighbors?”
Democratic House Speaker Crisanta Duran and Republican Senate President Kevin Grantham crafted a compromise on the transportation bill that passed on the second to the last day of the session.
File photo from the 2017 legislative session.
Former Denver Post city editor Todd Engdahl brings Front Porch readers the highlights of the 2018 session.
On May 15, Stapleton residents voted on whether to change the name of their registered neighborhood organization to Central Park United Neighbors or keep it Stapleton United Neighbors (SUN).
2018 marks the 13th year for the garage sale. It’s easy to picture the sidewalks filled with toys, furniture and clothing.
Realtor Damon Knop has participated in over 400 affordable homes sale transactions as the buyer’s or seller’s agent in Stapleton, including multiple transactions on some homes over the years.