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This Is Not An Exit

I was in the Book Bar on Tennyson Street the other day.  When I need inspiration I often browse in book stores.  Ideas pop in my head as I move through the store and look at the shelves.  I walked through the fiction stacks and noticed greeting cards displayed on a door to my right and a sign…

Brianna Titone: Legislative Trailblazer

Democrat Brianna Titone became Colorado’s first openly transgender elected legislator in 2018, helping set a course for a community that has long fought hard for recognition and acceptance.  She is one of a handful of openly transgender representatives currently serving in state governments across the country, which Titone said puts her legislative actions under the microscope.  “Some…

More Safe Outdoor Spaces for the Homeless Coming to North Denver

Two North Denver safe space encampments for the homeless will be opening up in June due to the efforts of the Colorado Village Collaborative.   On May 5, Regis University announced that its parking lot near 50th and Federal will be one location.  The second will be at Park Hill United Methodist Church.  Colorado Village Collaborative which has been seeking…

Neighborhood Life

Food Truck Goes to the Dogs

You’ve heard of food trucks for people, but what about a food truck for your furry family members? Tiffany Brown, the owner of Bone Apetreat!, has created just that: a dog food truck that caters to our beloved four-legged friends. This dog food truck sells Barkuterie Boards, Paws-Noir, “Fitos” (not Titos). They even have options…

Year of the Rabbit Brings Luck to Denver

The corner of Alameda and Federal was packed with people, flowers and dragons on January 22 to mark the beginning of the Lunar New Year.  Whether it’s called Chinese New Year in Chinese culture, Seollal in Korean culture or Tết in Vietnamese culture, it’s always a joyful time. This is the Year of the Rabbit based…

Dogs go to Xtremes at National Western

Christopher Cruz, a dog trainer from Puerto Rico, hurls a frisbee through the air. With incredible speed his Dutch Shepherd, Poison Ivy, zooms in pursuit. She moves so quickly that her lean body becomes a blur. Ivy leaps! Over 6 feet off the ground and snatches the frisbee out of midair and the crowd surges…

Five Questions

Five Questions for Damon McCleese

Damon McCleese is the Executive Director of Access Gallery on Santa Fe which helps those with disabilities explore the creative process. He is also the curator of an art exhibit called 70 Something which runs from January 20 through February 26 at Niza Knoll Gallery at 915 Santa Fe. The exhibit showcases the work of…

5 Questions for Cole Franklin

Q: You work in a record store and recently introduced vinyl at Tenn Street Coffee and Books.  To what do you attribute the resurgence of records and turntables? A: You know, I’m not really sure. I think the desire to own physical media is coming back, but in strange ways. When streaming became the preferred…

5 Questions for Crystal Vigil

In honor of Veteran’s Day, Bucket List Community Cafe asked Crystal Vigil of Denver to answer our 5 Questions. She told us about her father, Billy Vigil, and how the PTSD he brought home from fighting in Vietnam affected him and his family. Crystal, Your dad, Billy Vigil, fought in the Vietnam War.  Did he…

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Book Bar’s Last Chapter

On January 31, Book Bar hosted a closing ceremony to celebrate its 10 years of business and to support the owner, Nicole Hann Sullivan’s next steps. Old and new friends and staff joined together to not only mourn, but to rejoice that they experienced Book Bar in their lifetime. “There’s no other bookstore that has…

What’s Going on in Residential Real Estate

We are constantly asked: “what is going on in the residential real estate market?”; and this year it feels as if there are more people than ever wanting to know what 2023 will bring.  We wish we had a crystal ball with an easy answer, but it is unfortunately not that simple.  What we do have is…

American Indian Academy Of Denver Gets Reprieve

The American Indian Academy of Denver will not be closing its doors to students this school year, but students and teachers remain in a fog of uncertainty, not knowing what to expect for the next academic year. “The announcement of AIAD closing broke our hearts. The school means a lot to people, even if we…

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