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  1. Designation Protects Park Land From Going Up For Sale Without Public VoteRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 9 | Washington Park Profile

    Denver Parks and Recreation last month completed its fourth and fifth rounds of park designations for previously undesignated open space. The department began the designation process in the spring of 2013 in an effort to ensure that the City's parkland is protected from future development and real estate transactions.

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  2. Welcome to the Washington Park ProfileRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 9 | Washington Park Profile

    Grant Beacon Middle School will open the doors of a state-of-the-art Ideation Lab in early December; this innovative lab will help cement Grant's national leadership position in its use of the rapidly evolving 'Blended Learning' educational model. While using the lab for its own needs, such as professional development, the GBMS Ideation Lab will graphically demonstrate how a blended learning classroom functions, a real benefit for the many visitors from around the U.S. who come to Grant.

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  3. No Matter Who Steers The Ship From Here, The Challenges Of Growth Remain The SameRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 9 | Washington Park Profile

    Push is approaching shove. The faint light that has awaited at the end of the tunnel is now closing in and burning with the brilliance of a thousand suns.

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  4. Lovett's Neighborhood: Expansive, With A Place For AllRead the original story

    Nov 4, 2014 | Washington Park Profile

    Being in a neighborhood ... I feel you should look beyond just where your little life is and make sure you understand what's going on around you,' says Pat Lovett, president of University Neighbors, the Registered Neighborhood Organization representing an area that encompasses the University of Denver and just west. The Colorado native, who graduated from Machebeuf High School, is a University of Colorado at Boulder graduate who spent most of her career employed as a manager at Oppenheimer Mutual Funds in Denver, most recently as head of human resources.

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  5. Welcome to the Washington Park ProfileRead the original story

    Nov 4, 2014 | Washington Park Profile

    The Hi-Dive, a popular music club at 7 S. Broadway, is one of many clubs that offer entertainment seven nights a week. 'Ten years ago we couldn't fill our calendar with local talent; now we're booked three months out,' said Ben DeSoto, talent buyer for the Hi-Dive and the Lion's Lair on Colfax.

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  6. You Won't Keep Those Yams At Bay Sitting On The CouchRead the original story

    Nov 4, 2014 | Washington Park Profile

    While we certainly think it wise to take good care of the body you've been blessed with all year long - including the holiday season - we recognize the temptations of large meals, rich desserts and high calorie beverages are often difficult to withstand. We support, nay urge you to enjoy the holidays, but suggest a few events that might assist you in limiting collateral damage to body and mind from enervating effects of seasonal consumption.

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  7. The Road Home: A Bumpy Ride For Newly HomelessRead the original story

    Oct 9, 2014 | Washington Park Profile

    Like New York City under Rudolph Giuliani's leadership in the 1990s, our city's least fortunate residents - those with no place to call home - have been driven from the tourist-dependent climes of our city center to find shelter, and hopefully safety, in unfamiliar areas. Urban dwellers may think homelessness is on the decline, but those living a bit farther from the core are getting a different perspective.

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  8. Bewitching Celebrations For Howling Good Halloween FunRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 9, 2014 | Washington Park Profile

    Crisp mornings, hot cider, scarecrows and pumpkins will have you believing autumn was created just for Four Mile Historic Park's Pumpkin Harvest Festival , Sat.-Sun., Oct. 4-5, 10a.m.-4p.m. COSTUMED KIDDOS LIKE THIS HAPPY YOUNG WITCH WILL FILL THEIR BAGS AND BUCKETS at Halloween Fest on S. Pearl St. ; Trick or Treat Street at South High School ; Old South Gaylord's Halloween Safe Street , and other close-in celebrations this month. Build your own scarecrow, select a perfect pumpkin from the patch, dance to live music, play pioneer games, make a craft, and try your luck at county fair amusements.

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  9. Welcome to the Washington Park ProfileRead the original story

    Oct 9, 2014 | Washington Park Profile

    The Nov. 4 statewide election will include races for Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General and State Treasurer as well as the Colorado House of Representatives and Senate , and the U.S. House and Senate . Ballots will be mailed to all registered voters the week of Oct. 14. Voters will have the option of mailing in or dropping off their ballots at drop-off sites throughout the city.

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  10. Opening Up The Process: Not Without Risk, But Rewards Are Well Worth The EffortRead the original story

    Sep 9, 2014 | Washington Park Profile

    About the journey versus the destination. About the costs and advantages inherent in a representative form of governance that invites public participation rather than squelches meaningful citizen involvement.

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  11. Mark Kiryluk: Photography/Dignity Of All People At His CoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 9, 2014 | Washington Park Profile

    HIS FATHER WAS A PRIEST, AND HIS FATHER'S FATHER WAS A PRIEST, BUT MARK KIRYLUK found his bliss as a photographer. Whether his subjects lived in Hollywood or under a Denver bridge, his mission has been to show 'people are beautiful no matter what condition they're in.'

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  12. 2014 Public Safety Expo Blazes Into South High Sept. 13Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 9, 2014 | Washington Park Profile

    Denver Chief of Police Robert White is clear on the mission of DPD: 'In partnership with the community, the Denver Police Department strives to operate a police agency focused on preventing crime in a respectful manner, demonstrating that everyone matters.' IT'S A MOTORCYCLE POLICEWOMAN IN THE MAKING, trying out the possibilities with able assistance at last year's Public Safety Expo.

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  13. Baker-Breningstall: Artistry, Stewardship Frame Daily LifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 5, 2014 | Washington Park Profile

    Donna Baker-Breningstall may not have been born with a green thumb, but you'd never know it from the garden outside the log home she and her husband, Orvin, remodeled on the eastern edge of University Park - a bucolic oasis just blocks from busy Colorado Blvd. DONNA BAKER-BRENIGNSTALL'S LOVE FOR GARDENING AND HER ARTISTIC BENT are clearly reflected ... (more)

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  14. Dumpsters Take A Dive: Carts Will Chart A New CourseRead the original story

    Aug 5, 2014 | Washington Park Profile

    Denver has been working to improve and expand its service delivery to residents the past two decades, with introduction of the recycling program in the early '90s, changing to cart-based recycling service in 2005 and 2006, and introducing a pilot composting program in late 2008.

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  15. Welcome to the Washington Park ProfileRead the original story

    Aug 5, 2014 | Washington Park Profile

    I read with interest your editorial in the July issue . As a recent arrival in Denver from Portland, Oregon and San Francisco, California, I have been sorely disappointed and surprised at the lack of public transportation in this city.

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  16. Season's Bountiful Harvest Nourishes Haves & Have NotsRead the original story

    Aug 5, 2014 | Washington Park Profile

    With summer-turning-autumn on the horizon and harvest time beginning its peak, farmers markets throughout the area are overflowing with nutritious bounty from Colorado gardens, orchards, ranches and fields.

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  17. Buchanan Reaches Out To Heal Bruised Neighborhood TrustRead the original story

    Jul 8, 2014 | Washington Park Profile

    When Mayor Michael B. Hancock chose Brad Buchanan to replace Rocky Piro as executive director of the Department of Community Planning and Development , it caused furrowed brows among many of Denver's dedicated cadre of neighborhood activists.

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  18. First Mile/Last Mile: It's Time For Denver To Get Real Serious About Mass TransitRead the original story

    Jul 8, 2014 | Washington Park Profile

    Like a sailor buoyed by a sudden gust of wind billowing in the sails of his once dead-in-the-water schooner, help may be on the way for those of us who are getting increasingly frustrated by the difficulty in getting from Point 'A' to Point 'B' in the Mile High City.

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  19. Enjoy Summer's Best Music & Film Under The Sun & StarsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 4, 2014 | Washington Park Profile

    For the eighth consecutive year, the merchants of South Pearl Street invite blues fans afar and nigh to sample an impressive roster of 'tasty bands and full bodied music' at the 2014 Blues & Brews concert and brewfest to be held in the homey confines of the 1200 block of S. Pearl St., between Buchtel Blvd. and Louisiana Ave., Sat., Aug. 9. Blues & ... (more)

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  20. Will The Next Profile Publisher Please Stand Up?Read the original story

    Jun 10, 2014 | Washington Park Profile

    Fans of Black Pearl have come to anticipate new tastes and new presentations from Whited's kitchen, and his talented staff is most definitely up to the challenge.

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