The pandemic has forced many people into a corner. With their money stretched thin, people are struggling to decide whether their paychecks should go to rent, groceries, prescriptions or gas. Jeff Fard […]
The COVID-19 pandemic has presented the world with more than its fair share of challenges. But despite all of the heartbreak and hardship, there has been no shortage of people rising up […]
Sue Salinger, Exec Dir of Ekar Farm Today is the last day of Bucket List’s birthday fundraiser for the Bienvenidos Food Bank. It’s organizations like this, coming together across all our neighborhoods, […]
When I first moved here from California a short time ago, I thought for sure I’d jump back into the workforce fairly easily even though the pandemic was still raging on. I […]
I took my camera out for the first time in years yesterday. It’s a Nikon D7000 and it has hardly been used. I had to remind myself how to make it work. ISO, White Balance, […]
It started as a whisper on Nextdoor. Let’s get together and march. Then it was shared and boosted. On the day of the protest in Denver’s Berkeley neighborhood, hundreds of people showed up to say […]
It takes time to build a community. Bucket List Community Cafe has been on Facebook for over six months. We have 300 dedicated followers and have reached many thousands with our posts […]
These can be overwhelming times. Sometimes it seems like we are bouncing between craziness, chaos and catastrophe. But it’s a new year.
Today I got bit by a dog. It was kind of my fault. The sign said Beware of Dog but all I saw were small terrier looking things so I reached out my hand like I do when I introduce myself to a new dog and one of them bit me.