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  1. NW Denver Historic Preservation Forum series, nailed itRead the original story

    May 5, 2016 | North Denver Tribune

    Although I live in Littleton, I attended Edison Elementary, Lake Jr. High, and North High School, class of 1959. The first three paragraphs of your nicely crafted article are succinct and absolutely what I feel whenever I visit North Denver and the West Side.

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  2. Neighbors seek to retain historic Robert W. Steele complexRead the original story

    May 5, 2016 | North Denver Tribune

    It's been a year since North Denver's "Neighborhood Spring." Have you noticed that District One residents seem to have awakened from a "density haze" of demolition and urban revitalization? Many resulting changes in our neighborhoods have been welcomed and recognized as progress.

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  3. Local author Chris Howard's new book could be addictiveRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 22, 2016 | North Denver Tribune

    Followers of NW Denver author Chris Howard's "Rootless" series are sure to be pleased by "Night Speed," his newest novel, to be released May 3. "I wanted to write about how we can get stuck in cycles, how we keep doing the same things and end up back in the same places, and how we break free of that, ultimately transcending the loop," Howard said, explaining how he came up with this fast-paced, action-packed story concept. "I thought, what if there was a highly addictive drug that gave you a superhuman burst of speed, and once it wore off you'd have to wait 24 hours before you took another dose, or you'd die.

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  4. From a North Denver kitchen table to the worldRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 22, 2016 | North Denver Tribune

    As program director of a weekly online radio show on idobi.com, Eddie Barella is tuned in to Denver's booming millennial population, especially evident in his own Highland neighborhood. Barella, 30, hosts "Eddie, Jason and Chris" with his fellow Standley Lake High School alumni, Jason Newcomer and Chris Barr.

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  5. Lumber Baron Inn sells for $1.7MRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 22, 2016 | North Denver Tribune

    After almost two years on the market, the majestic 126-year-old Lumber Baron Inn has been sold. Thankfully, the iconic Lumber Baron Inn will not be re-christened as the Bud & Breakfast Inn.

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  6. The changing face of TennysonRead the original story

    Apr 8, 2016 | North Denver Tribune

    An explosion of new development along Berkeley's Tennyson Street business district is rapidly changing the face of this historic North Denver community. Such dramatic change isn't without growing pains, and central to those pains is the pressing need for parking.

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  7. Landmark Bosler House is Sold $375KRead the original story

    Mar 22, 2016 | North Denver Tribune

    Mr. Davis is a licensed contractor and plans to perform some of the restoration work himself. Mrs. Davis is a master gardener and plans to fully landscape the property.

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  8. Community Groups Sue EPA Over Weakened Air Standards Endangering Denver NeighborhoodsRead the original story

    Mar 17, 2016 | North Denver Tribune

    Community organizations representing neighborhoods in north Denver adjacent to I-70 joined the Sierra Club Tuesday in a suit to challenge new EPA guidance relied upon by the Colorado Department of Transportation to determine that increased emissions from the expanded interstate highway would not violate national air quality standards. CDOT is proposing to eventually expand the current 6 lane highway to 10 travel lanes and 4 frontage lanes.

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  9. Walking and biking trails tie North Denver back togetherRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 5, 2016 | North Denver Tribune

    A press release announcing the new bridges and walking trails leading from the Goldline station at 41st and Inca, over 38th Avenue and down to the City of Cuernavaca Park, demanded a first hand look at how could one walk from Globeville to Sunnyside, to Downtown and River North back to Globeville again. Voters and developers have created a new infrastructure that will enable the next generation of less car obsessed residents to bike and walk and utilize public transit.

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  10. Bosler House to be sold, not foreclosedRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 22, 2016 | North Denver Tribune

    A court-appointed receiver this week will move to sell the historic and severely damaged Bosler House in West Highland, The 3,310-square-foot home at 3209 W. Fairview Place, needs $1.75 million in repairs, according to a 200-page assessment. The receiver, David Cohen, will ask to the court's permission to sell the house, instead of seeking to foreclose on it.

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  11. Exploring Alternatives to I-70 East ProjectRead the original story

    Feb 22, 2016 | North Denver Tribune

    Assuming it's on-budget, nearly $2Billion of taxpayer money and CDOT's preferred alternative nets no additional capacity for those of us who are unable/unwilling to pay the tolls. The I-70 footprint will be more than three times as wide in historic Denver neighborhoods, yet when complete, the freeway will have exactly the same number of free lanes as it does today.

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  12. La Loma replaced by 15-story towerRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 22, 2016 | North Denver Tribune

    A 15-story, 713-unit apartment tower is proposed to replace the popular La Loma Mexican restaurant in Jefferson Park, Denver Real Estate Watch has learned. The $100 million-plus tower would have more than twice as many units as the current largest apartment community in Jefferson Park, a 325-unit development at 2785 Speer Boulevard.

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  13. Edison Elementary hosts Open House on 125th AnniversaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 5, 2016 | North Denver Tribune

    This year marks the 125th anniversary of Edison Elementary School, located at 33rd and Quitman in the West Highland neighborhood. Opened in 1890 and named after American inventor, Thomas Alva Edison, Edison School, as it was originally known, has become a beloved fixture in the community.

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  14. Emmaus Rezoning Dies in CouncilRead the original story

    Feb 5, 2016 | North Denver Tribune

    The Emmaus rezoning request died in the early morning hours of January 26. The contentious rezoning request by a church in West Highland that has stretched over almost a three-year period and has led to heated comments by both sides, died in City Council chambers. The Denver City Council, by an 8-4 vote at 12:30 a.m., voted to approve the rezoning for the church property at West 32nd Avenue and Irving Street.

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  15. Garden Place Academy getting a hand up from volunteersRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 5, 2016 | North Denver Tribune

    Globeville - "When I first walked into Garden Place Academy, the heat was extreme. You can tell the ventilation is not good," says Tom McHugh, Chair of Garden Place Academy Advocates, formed to improve health and education conditions at the school.

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  16. Exploding rents hit NW Denver workersRead the original story

    Jan 20, 2016 | North Denver Tribune

    North Denver is a great place to live - if you can afford it. In the last year, the average metro apartment rent increased 13.2 percent, to $1,265 a month, according to the Denver Metro Area Apartment Vacancy & Rent Report.

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  17. Emmaus's Hopes for Serving the Community in the FutureRead the original story

    Jan 20, 2016 | North Denver Tribune

    My name is Kara FitzPatrick and my husband is the Pastor of Emmaus Lutheran Church in West Highland. The church's proposal to build a neighborhood medical office building on our empty lot at 32nd & Irving has brought about a lot of discussion in the community.

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  18. Got Resolutions?Read the original story

    Jan 9, 2016 | North Denver Tribune

    It is conventionally thought that the month of January is named for Janus, the two-faced Roman god who looks to the future and the past. A Wikipedia entry states that Janus "is the god of beginnings and transitions."

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  19. Calendar January 7 - January 20Read the original story

    Jan 8, 2016 | North Denver Tribune

    Pirate Art Gallery 36th Anniversary Show- Gallery Hours Fridays 6 - 10 PM; Saturday and Sunday, Noon - 5 PM; Pirate Art Gallery, 3655 Navajo St; New Year New Art at Pirate Art Gallery in Denver.

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  20. Bookstore fills gap in reading communityRead the original story

    Dec 16, 2015 | North Denver Tribune

    "Reading makes us better people," says Nicole Sullivan, owner of Bookbar, a hybrid independent bookshop at 4280 Tennyson Street. Sullivan has spent the past two and half years nurturing her operation and finding creative ways to make the bookstore vibrant.

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