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  1. Two visions of housing:Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 31 | Washington Park Profile

    Ash Street Apartments, a 112-unit affordable housing project, broke ground June 30, 2016, at the redevelopment site of the former University of Colorado Health Sciences Center . The project at 11th Avenue and Ash Street will include one, two- and three-bedroom apartments in a five-story building.

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  2. Brian Ziegler: People...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 31 | Washington Park Profile

    Glass-blowing artist Brian Ziegler credits growing up in Burlington, Colorado, on a ranch his grandparents first homesteaded, with sparking a passion for challenging, hands-on work. "I also always had an artistic flair, and started working with watercolors, oils and ceramics while I was in school," he said.

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  3. Readers Advocate for the ProfileRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 2, 2016 | Washington Park Profile

    Recently it came to The Profile 's attention that Denver recreation centers were asking free publications to remove their papers and racks from the centers. When The Profile staff went to resupply the high-pickup rack at the Washington Park Recreation Center they were asked by rec.

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  4. Web Only: for National Scoliosis Month, stay ahead of the curveRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 17, 2016 | Washington Park Profile

    When Washington Park resident Miranda Schieving was 11 years old, she was diagnosed with scoliosis, or an abnormal curvature of the spine. Miranda's orthopedic pediatrician said she'd have to wear a hard body brace.

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  5. Lowry DIY recycling programRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2016 | Washington Park Profile

    Sally Kurtzman has been an avid recycler since the mid-80s. "I just can't stand to see perfectly good stuff getting thrown away," she says with an apologetic tone.

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  6. Lawsuit or no, CDOT plans to proceed with I-70 rebuildRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2016 | Washington Park Profile

    A lawsuit over U.S. Environmental Protection Agency clean air standards that give a green light to the Colorado Department of Transportation to widen and lower Interstate 70 has at the moment not deterred CDOT from proceeding. "We're clearly watching it," says Rebecca White, CDOT communications manager for I-70 East.

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  7. Recycled waterRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2016 | Washington Park Profile

    Evergreen Hill at the north end of Washington Park is home to some very old trees, some more than a hundred years old. But recently the park has seen a die-off of over 250 of its trees, many of them evergreens from Evergreen Hill.

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  8. Grant Frontier Park: From Gold Dust to Little GemRead the original story w/Photo

    May 5, 2016 | Washington Park Profile

    Grant Frontier Park as it now stands. Apparently many of the historic features were not really historic.

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  9. Salt CaversRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 31, 2016 | Washington Park Profile

    While visiting them in Vienna, Austria, late in 2013, Bohunovsky was suffering from a scratchy throat, mucus in his sinuses and felt stressed. Their suggestion: Visit a local salt cave.

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  10. Local Tennis Club Ensures the Sport is Accessible to All AdultsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 31, 2016 | Washington Park Profile

    Washington Park is the centerpiece of South Denver, and the tennis courts hidden away within the park are a treasure and yet another layer to what is a complex and amazing park. Anyone can use the courts to play tennis year-round, weather permitting.

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  11. Proposed Cell Tower Draws Neighborhood IreRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 3, 2016 | Washington Park Profile

    The price of great cell phone coverage might become more dear for residents of one Denver neighborhood-but not in dollars and cents. On Thursday, Feb. 11, the Kirk of Bonnie Brae United Church of Christ held a public meeting to discuss a proposed 3-foot-by-3-foot-by-50 foot Verizon Communications tower that would be placed on their property at 1201 S. Steele St. in the Corey-Merrill neighborhood.

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  12. Maria VazquezRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 3, 2016 | Washington Park Profile

    Maria Vazquez's passion for dance is in the blood. Her mother and grandmother all danced sevillana, the folkloric dance to the traditional folk music of her hometown, Seville, located in southern Spain.

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  13. Colorado Women's Hall of Fame to Honor New and Past InducteesRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 3, 2016 | Washington Park Profile

    Every two years the Colorado Women's Hall of Fame admits 10 extraordinary women to their number and celebrates them with a gala dinner. These 10 women are nominated by family, friends or colleagues and are vigorously vetted by the CWHF Board of Directors.

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  14. Advocacy Group Proposes City Manage Sidewalk RepairsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 4, 2016 | Washington Park Profile

    With the continued growth of Denver and its impact on housing costs and transportation, local advocacy group WalkDenver is focused on an oft-overlooked component of our city: pedestrian infrastructure. "Sidewalks are the most basic infrastructure you need for a complete transit system, including connections to other transportation," says WalkDenver Policy and Program Director Jill Locantore.

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  15. Scientific and Cultural Facilities District Tier 1 HighlightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 4, 2016 | Washington Park Profile

    Happy Valentine's Day to you from the Sand Dollar Gallery . See Nancy Condit's watercolors there through Feb. 20. Buy a framed watercolor and get a matted watercolor free.

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  16. Opportunity Knocks a Second Time for DCPARead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 1, 2016 | Washington Park Profile

    Watch out, Lincoln Center: Denver's Performing Arts Complex , the second largest in the nation after New York's Lincoln Center, is poised for a remodel so that it may, according to the city's Next Stage master plan, become a more "vibrant, public regional center of cultural activity in the heart of downtown." The plan will be presented formally to Mayor Hancock and a focus group on Jan. 25 and will go to the public and City Council in February.

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  17. I-25 and Broadway Station AreaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 1, 2016 | Washington Park Profile

    Denver's Community Planning and Development Department along with Civitas Consultants LLC held the final public meeting concerning the I-25 and Broadway Station Area Plan Wednesday, Dec. 16, at Mckinley-Thatcher Elementary School. The final draft of the plan, released five days prior to the meeting, was on display and included graphics and maps depicting the transformative projects that will drive the ambitious development area which surrounds the former Gates Rubber company site and existing multi-modal transit station.

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  18. Changing Lives, One Bridge at a TimeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 1, 2016 | Washington Park Profile

    One very smart, yet unknown, person once said that the earth without art is just "eh." That's exactly what the people of the Overland Park Neighborhood Association thought about the Evans Avenue Bridge, so they took it upon themselves to make a lasting change in their neighborhood.

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  19. University Park News & ViewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 1, 2016 | Washington Park Profile

    RESOLVED: To keep bringing you news of UP and everywhere else nearby, and mercilessly inveighing all of you, dear readers, to help do something about keeping your neighborhood a jolly fine place to live. Caution! This may mean volunteer work.

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  20. Glendale 180 ProjectRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 4, 2015 | Washington Park Profile

    What happens when a city wants to redevelop a valuable piece of land while a family wants to protect its investment of money, time and hard work? That's the dilemma in which the Glendale 180 project and the Kholghy family's Authentic Persian and Oriental Rugs business are mired. Glendale 180 is an architecturally ambitious 42 acres of various entertainments-bars, restaurants, a movie theater and a creek-side park-stretching south from Virginia Avenue to Cherry Creek and east from approximately South Ash Street to South Cherry Street.

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