What happens when you bring together a group of well-intentioned White women for dinner with the explicit goal of calling out their role in maintaining white supremacy? This is not a hypothetical question or an SNL sketch, but the premise of a local business.
Being home (whether or not in time for the holidays) will soon have a profound new meaning for over a hundred Denver residents—the Quality Inn on Quebec is being transformed into 139 affordable microhousing units.
One hundred eighty units of affordable housing, The Moline Apartments, officially opened on July 10. “The work to get this apartment built will have a long-term effect on a lot of lives,” said Gete Mekonnen, executive director of NE Denver Housing, at the opening event.
Dr. PJ Parmar laughs as he looks around Mango House, located in a 56,000 square foot building at 10180 E. Colfax that used to be a JC Penney’s. Mango House, now the home of six food-court style restaurants, offers ethnic dining you won’t find under one roof anywhere else in metro Denver.
Colorado’s full of rocks. Some bear gold, diamonds or silver. Others burble oil, gas and water. A rare few record death itself.
DPS Board At-Large Candidates Natela Alexandrovna Manuntseva, Tay Anderson and Alexis Menocal Harrigan talk about their policy priorities.
Northeast Denver Housing Center (NHDC) plans to begin construction of a 180-unit affordable housing project in January at the southeast corner of MLK Blvd. and Moline St.
Tucked behind the Lowry Town Center, the Eisenhower Chapel at 293 Roslyn Street is reminiscent of a Norman Rockwell painting.
In light of a recent incident where a shot was fired and went through a Stapleton window, residents and police officers gathered to discuss how to prevent crime.
With the Denver Public Schools (DPS) Board election coming this fall, the Front Porch brought together four former Board members to share wisdom born of experience.