The restaurant’s name, pronounced “chi lin,” refers to a mythical creature with a horselike body and dragon head that represents business prosperity.
This month: 1) Sand Creek Regional Greenway Closed Due to Health Concerns; 2) The News is No National News at Denver Rec Centers; 3) Denver Unveils Group Living Zoning Proposal; 4) Presidential Race Comes to NE Denver/Aurora; 5) Three Upcoming Openings Announced for The Shops at Beeler Park; and 6) New Asian Restaurant Coming to Stanley by Summer.
This month: 1) Gotham Greens, 2) Open Space Supporters Say Park Hill Land Can’t Legally Be Developed, 3) Major Fossil Discovery by DMNS Team
This month: 1) New Pizza Restaurant; 2) New Italian Restaurant; 3) New Chinese Dumpling Restaurant; 4) Medical Marijuana Cultivation; 5) Nourish Co-op Dissolves; 6) Park Hill Golf Course Sold; and Women’s Equality Day and Procession Aug. 26.
Near life-size museum-quality reproductions of Michangelo’s ceiling frescoes in the Sistine Chapel in Rome will be exhibited at Stanley Marketplace this summer.
With an intentional vibe reminiscent of small restaurants in rural Japan, Misaki’s space at Stanley Marketplace is compact, with an L-shaped dining area that frames the restaurant but has no walls.
“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.
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.
After her son “aged out” of area toddler/parent music programs, Skye Barker Maa began searching for a music school in NE Denver.
Do you, as a parent, think it’s important to talk with your children about complex issues like racism, identity and social change? Have you found it’s uncomfortable? Or that you don’t know how to start the conversation?