Getting a good night’s sleep is one of the biggest changes in his life since moving into Fusion Studios, says Jesse Parris, who spent 13 years sleeping on Denver’s streets.
Stapleton will once again be home to an official weather observation station. When the Stapleton airport closed in 1995, the National Weather Service moved Denver’s official weather observation station to Denver International Airport (DIA) twenty miles east of the city.
Garry “Noah” Eubanks has lived many lives, from U.S. Marine sniper to train conductor to cancer survivor. A persistent theme in his life has been his profound love and affinity for dogs. He now devotes himself to training and breeding dogs in Denver.
Growing up, John Stephan had the best of city and country life. While living on the North Shore of Chicago, he frequently helped on his grandparents’ dairy and produce farm.
This month the Indie Prof reviews “Land,” the directorial debut from Robin Wright and A tribute to director Kar-Wai Wong with showings of most of his films at the Sie Film Center.
She started out in geology, earned an MBA, worked in aerospace, stayed home with her three kids, and has now opened a children’s boutique.
Roger Kahn’s “How Crested Butte Became a Tourist Town: Drugs, Sex, Sports, Arts and Social Conflict,” Zoe Argento’s “Isolation Island: A Pandemic Story,” and Kathryn Haber’s “Fear Less, Love More.”
By many accounts, DPS Superintendent, Susana Cordova, was a star, a real Cinderella story—daughter of DPS secretary becomes first bilingual Latina to lead the district.
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.
Five years ago, Northfield High School was just a vision. The idea was to create an inclusive, diverse, International Baccalaureate-for-all school that would close the achievement gap.