Count me among those who wouldn’t consider sending my child to a “red” school, a school that under Denver’s School Performance Framework, or SPF, is “accredited on probation.”825 Views
Like you, we’re feeling shell shocked by the magnitude of the COVID-19 crisis, first to people’s health and —a close second— to the economic impacts on their lives, particularly those who were already struggling.739 Views
“I’m very worried there are going to be hundreds if not thousands of people out there trying to suppress the vote,” says former Colorado Senator Tim Wirth.622 Views
This month: 1) Target and Five Other Tenants Announced for the Exchange at Boulevard One in Lowry; 2) Stanley Virtual Reality Installation; 3) The Future of Park Hill Golf Course; and 4) Covid: New Technology, Masks & “Shrink Your Bubble”598 Views
How is Denver doing at flattening the curve? What symptoms are Denverites reporting and how does that help track illness in the community—even before tests are done? Are we having Covid outbreaks in our grocery stores? What should we do when someone isn’t wearing a mask in the grocery store? What is the projection for how well the virus will be contained in coming months?
And, in a broader view, why do bats spread pathogens; and how are llamas contributing to possible treatments?
Though Denver was on target for hospitalizations, testing and positivity rates as of June 24, officials stated strongly that masks need to be worn “for the foreseeable future.”593 Views
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.340 Views