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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 […]

Pickleball is a Hit in Denver

This past weekend my friend Cole, texted me and asked me what I was doing. My phone screen lit up and the grey bubbles of IMessage stared up at me. “You want to get some Pickleball going?” Cole, a collegiate athlete, goes on to tell me, “dude, It’s the real deal.  I’ve never felt competition like […]

North Denver Program Helps Immigrant Artists Take it to the Next Level

Rosario Weston has always been a skilled painter. She loves to create pieces that beautifully meld her Latin roots with her North American upbringing. She moved from Chile to the United States with her family of nine when she was 10 years old. She received an offer for a full-scholarship to study painting in college, […]

Overqualified

Ever hear “overqualified” or similar words when being declined for a job? It sounds complimentary at first, but soon becomes apparent it must be code for something else that lost you the opportunity. In the growing trend toward ageism, overqualified is the lingo used by recruiters to soften the blow to people over 40, 50 […]

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