This November, two similarly-worded ballot initiatives with opposite intentions will decide the fate of the Park Hill Golf Course, a currently unused 155-acre open space that sits at the corner of Colorado Blvd. and E. 35th Ave.
Which is worse? Flying a redeye, imbibing too much, or sleeping in the mountains? Surprisingly, it’s a tossup.
1) What Will Be Built at MLK and Central Park Blvd? 2) CPB & I-70 Runway North & South Projects; 3) Central Park Urban Living Condos; 4) Maple Tree Health; and 5) More Airplane Noise in NE Denver Recently.
If you know the song “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” you’re most likely Black—and you also know it is often referred to as the Black National Anthem. If you’re White, you likely know none of the above.
A Stapleton-based gluten-free artisan bakery won an international gluten-free pizza competition.
The Park Creek and Westerly Creek Metropolitan Districts were created in 2000 to establish governmental entities that would fund and construct infrastructure for the redevelopment of the abandoned Stapleton airport.
Pilot Marlon Green broke racial barriers when he won a Supreme Court case banning racial discrimination in airline hiring practices. Green started his career with Continental Airlines at Stapleton International Airport in 1965.
Colorado’s volcanoes produced some of the state’s most important diamond, gold and fossil deposits.
The Indie Prof reviews this year’s Oscar nominations including: “Nomadland,” “Sound of Metal,” “Mank,” “The Trial of the Chicago Seven,” “Minari,” and others from previous articles.
Until recently, most Americans seemed to think of electric vehicles (EVs) as something out there in the future. But as sports fans watched Will Ferrell attempt a Norway trip to see all the EVs in that country, the point of the Super Bowl ad was clear—EVs are not futurist anymore, they’re everyday American cars.