Oblio’s Pizzeria Comes Of Age

Oblio’s Pizzeria Comes Of Age

You Go For The Pizza. You Go Back For Community By Cara DeGette, Editor, GPHN Everybody eats at Oblio’s. Children, the parents of children, construction workers,…

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A Comedy of Errors

A Comedy of Errors

Nothing Funny About DPS Failure To Appoint Board Member  When Landri Taylor resigned from the Denver Public Schools Board on Feb. 16 to spend more…

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Offshoring Oreos

Offshoring Oreos

 Help Save American Jobs. If It’s Not Made In The USA, Put The Cookies Down   A decision by a multi-national corporation to move Oreo…

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GPHN Honored For Excellence In Journalism

GPHN Honored For Excellence In Journalism

By Cara DeGette, GPHN Editor I am proud to announce that the Greater Park Hill News brought home three awards in this year’s Top of the…

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Birdland

Birdland

Wise Young Owls Great Horned Owls have large eyes, pupils that open widely in the dark, and retinas containing many rod cells for excellent night…

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Community Announcements

Community Announcements

Get A Job! The Denver Office of Economic Development is offering employment programs to connect youth with a variety of jobs. Denver’s Summer Youth Employment…

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All Aboard The A-Train

All Aboard The A-Train

Review by Michael Reynolds   1. The view. Particularly if you start from Union Station, you get to see a side of the city you…

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Park Hill Fine Arts Festival Turns Three

Park Hill Fine Arts Festival Turns Three

60 Artists Represented at May 20-22 Event   GPHN Staff report For the third year, Park Hill Arts Festival founder Darren Skanson of CCM Events…

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Where School Ends And Summer Begins

Where School Ends And Summer Begins

Annual City Park Ice Cream Social Set For June 2   by Greg Davis Board Chair, City Park Alliance The City Park Alliance and City…

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Readying For Gardens & Artists

Readying For Gardens & Artists

Can It Be, Winter Is Finally Over?   By Barbara Armendariz, Garden Walk Co-Chair      Spring is in the air, trees are blooming all around, grass is…

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A Different Set Of Conflicts

A Different Set Of Conflicts

Let’s Discuss Green Connections   Watersheds, floodplains, and stormwater problems have led to a lot of contentious interactions in and around Park Hill, starting last…

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Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor

City Park Golf Course Demise Exaggerated To the Editor: I was embarrassed to read the sensational and grossly inaccurate headline and commentary published on the…

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Park Hill Landmark Designation: An Update

Park Hill Landmark Designation: An Update

The character of Park Hill is slowly, in bits and pieces, being altered. Eventually we are at risk that our neighborhood will be altered to…

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Sustainable Gardens Kicks Off On May 21 - We Need Your Gardening Extras!

Sustainable Gardens Kicks Off On May 21 – We Need Your Gardening Extras!

By Rebecca Born Executive Director, GPHC, Inc. Greater Park Hill Community, Inc. is gearing up for our Sustainable Gardens kickoff event. It will be on…

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Thank You, One And All - GPHC Members & Volunteers

Thank You, One And All – GPHC Members & Volunteers

By Rebecca Born, GPHC Executive Director Thanks to all new and renewing members of the Greater Park Hill Community, Inc. And thanks also to all our…

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