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  1. Your Voice MattersRead the original story

    Sep 30, 2015 | North Denver Tribune

    Resident voice is essential to creating a Northwest Denver that we can all be proud off. Unfortunately, all too often in government, some voices are heard louder than others.

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  2. Yoga: Lifestyle or Religion?Read the original story

    Sep 17, 2015 | North Denver Tribune

    Dozens of yoga studios in Northwest Denver offer hundreds of daily practitioners diverse methods to nurture the mind, body and spirit-from gentle stretches to an intense cardio workout, from massage to acupuncture. Yoga can make the body fit, calm the mind and, for some, provide a connection to spiritual experiences.

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  3. The Flick Realistic, Funny Look at Movies and LifeRead the original story

    Sep 17, 2015 | North Denver Tribune

    GOLDEN TRIANGLE: Most of the time, in any given three hours of our lives, not much happens. Theater usually ignores this fact, and delivers action-packed dramas moving at breakneck speed.

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  4. Henry's Tavern arrives in DenverRead the original story

    Sep 3, 2015 | North Denver Tribune

    While sights here are normally focused on new local breweries and beer events, craft beer love is surging like the incoming tide and just about everyone is getting in on the action. Commercial breweries, home brewers, brewery supply shops, liquor stores, barsa even the restaurant scene.

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  5. NW artist inspired by neighborhood historyRead the original story

    Sep 3, 2015 | North Denver Tribune

    Longtime Northwest Denver residents may recall Tom the vegetable man, who sold produce from the back of his green 1950s pickup. Or Rose Dairy, for 57 years the stalwart corner shop at 29th Avenue and Yates Street.

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  6. I-70 expansion in motionRead the original story

    Sep 3, 2015 | North Denver Tribune

    In 2003 planning began for remodeling I-70, the decaying highway built in 1964. By 2017 the Colorado Department of Transportation hopes to implement the reconstruction.

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  7. Street Seen: The Sound of MusicRead the original story

    Aug 22, 2015 | North Denver Tribune

    Summer 2015 is about to reach a high note when the culmination of music fills the air at the Sunnyside Music Fest on September 12. The lead up to the grand finale has been an inspiring, music-filled summer. The Highlands Street Fair officially kicked off the musical madness on June 20 with bagpipes heralding.

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  8. Calendar August 20th-September 3rdRead the original story

    Aug 20, 2015 | North Denver Tribune

    August 21 Rock a Circus a Masquerade: A Midsummer Night's Hallow- 8:30 PM; The Oriental, 4336 W 44th Ave; In what can best be described as a magical night where "Masquerade Ball meets Cirque du Soleil meets Rock Concert!", Rock, Circus Masquerade is sure to blow your mind. A one-night event, this is sure to be a completely unique experience.

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  9. Highlands wins overlayRead the original story

    Aug 6, 2015 | North Denver Tribune

    Highland-In the face of development pressure, residents of Highland wanted special zoning regulations to preserve the distinct character of their neighborhoods. Their success came on July 6, when Denver City Council passed three overlay zone districts proposed by Highland United Neighbors, Inc. .

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  10. Calendar August 6th-20thRead the original story

    Aug 6, 2015 | North Denver Tribune

    August 1 Icing BrideZilla- Runs through August 28; Friday/Saturday and Thursday, August 13 at 6:00 PM; The Lumber Baron Mystery Mansion, 2555 W. 37th Ave; After attending the wedding of Kamilla Rugburn and Randy Valiant you join the dozens of cocktailers mingling around the parlor and, suddenly, bump into the "bride from HELL."

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  11. To Sir (Gallagher) with LoveRead the original story

    Aug 5, 2015 | North Denver Tribune

    Dennis Gallagher, often touted as the Mayor of North Denver, took his final bow at the curtain of public service on July 21. With his own inimitable style, as hundreds of notable well-wishers filed into the Sons of Italy Hall to bid him farewell from this leg of his journey, he carefully crafted every guest's name with his calligraphic grace. In the personalized minutes he spent on each nametag, he spoke to each guest with a memory and the message, "While I blow on this to dry the letters, you will take a little piece of me with you."

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  12. Happy 1st Anniversary, Baere BrewingRead the original story

    Aug 5, 2015 | North Denver Tribune

    They say that if your business can make it to its one year anniversary, you're doing something right. Walking through the doors and into the lively taproom just off of Broadway and 3rd Street, you'd never guess that this locale only just rang in such an event.

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  13. The Art of Randy Boyum Stop motion figures and original paintingsRead the original story

    Aug 3, 2015 | North Denver Tribune

    DenverMind Media Gallery is pleased to welcome Randy Boyum as its artist for the August First Friday Art Show. Boyum has been working in the field of stop motion animation for decades and is one of the leaders of the independent stop motion animation field.

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  14. MSU Denver's LearnOn Continuing Ed ProgramRead the original story

    Aug 3, 2015 | North Denver Tribune

    In late 2014, Metropolitan State University of Denver launched LearnOn--a new. affordable continuing education program for adult members of the community.

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  15. to the Person(S) who broke into DenverMind MediaRead the original story

    Jul 24, 2015 | North Denver Tribune

    TO THE PERSON who broke into DenverMind Media located at 1430 W. 37th Ave., Denver, Colorado 80211 on Tuesday July 14, 2015: We get it. Money is tight and times are tough.

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  16. Good Neighbor Garage raffles CorvetteRead the original story

    Jul 16, 2015 | North Denver Tribune

    There are many ways to get from point A to point B. The quickest but most expensive is by private car. The cheapest but slowest is by walking, biking, or taking the bus.

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  17. Bosler house foreclosureRead the original story

    Jul 16, 2015 | North Denver Tribune

    West Highlands-"Why should we care about the Bosler House?" says Marjorie Alexander, a nearby neighbor of the 1875 Bosler House, on her activist Facebook group page, Save the Bosler House Now. "Because it's one of Denver's oldest single-family homes, among only about 25 1870s residences still standing.

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  18. LoHi Summer SaturdaysRead the original story

    Jul 16, 2015 | North Denver Tribune

    Join participating merchants in a Summer Saturday series this July and August. The event is held from 12:00-5:00 p.m. on July 25 and August 29. The final Saturday of the month is an opportunity to explore the neighborhood's vibrant pockets of shopping and art.

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  19. SLOANS developmentsRead the original story

    Jul 2, 2015 | North Denver Tribune

    SLOAN'S LAKE - Hines, the giant Houston-based development company with a large and growing presence in Denver, on Tuesday June 24 unveiled details of a 250-unit, luxury apartment community on the former St. Anthony's hospital campus across from Sloan's Lake. As first reported by Denver Real Estate Watch , Hines has what is known as Block 2 under contract, where it hopes to build the apartment community that would include a 5-story and a 7-story building.

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  20. NW Sustainable livingRead the original story

    Jul 2, 2015 | North Denver Tribune

    Building a permaculture garden. Making neighborhoods walk-and bike-friendly. Facilitating energy-saving retrofits.

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