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.
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.
Plans for bike lanes on Syracuse from 8th to MLK.
Dior, from Paris to the World.
Views on whether to keep or change the name of the Stapleton community—plus answers to your questions about the ballot and Letters to the Editor
In a community-wide vote, Stapleton property owners will receive a ballot in June on whether to change the Stapleton name. Read about why the ballot is happening and what’s on it here.
Developing a community of 30,000 residents over a 25-year period is complicated, but this article and chart will hopefully clear your confusion about how the development process works.
Activists have recently inundated community meetings urging the removal of the name Stapleton from the neighborhood due to Mayor Benjamin F. Stapleton’s Klan ties during the 1920s.
In 1970, 12 dynamite bombs destroyed 24 school buses and damaged an additional 15 at a DPS bus depot; the New York Times referred to this as a “massive and skillful demolition job.”
The Stapleton United Neighbors (SUN) neighborhood survey of almost 1,000 residents revealed the single most-desired future retail amenity in Stapleton is Sprouts.