If It Can Happen in Crestmoor Park, It Can Happen Anywhere

If It Can Happen in Crestmoor Park, It Can Happen Anywhere

Pro-Developer Push Threatens Denver’s Quiet Neighborhoods A community leader who specializes in zoning says there are likely to be more controversial zoning decisions in Denver’s…

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Open Letter to the DPS Board of Education

Open Letter to the DPS Board of Education

Dave Felice, Board Chair, GPHC, Inc., Roger Kilgore, Board Member, GPHC, Inc. The Greater Park Hill Community Board This letter is to appeal to Denver Public Schools…

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The Rise of Turtle Park

The Rise of Turtle Park

A Lesson In Perseverance By Phil Goodstein Turtle Park at the southeast corner of 23rd Avenue and Dexter Street is the heart of Park Hill….

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Re-churning a Beloved Tradition in City Park

Re-churning a Beloved Tradition in City Park

Annual Ice Cream Social Slated For May 29 By Greg Davis The creation of City Park’s notable historical features started in the 1890s, with Mayor…

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Birdland

Birdland

The Bold, Musical Red-Winged Blackbird It’s spring, and that means, happily, the return of the red-winged blackbird. While the females have more of a streaky-brown…

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Sharing the Pain

Sharing the Pain

Park Hill and Stapleton Frustrated Over Middle School Options Park Hill families feel they are being pushed out of the only middle school in the…

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Who We Are, What We Do

Who We Are, What We Do

The Mission and The Officers of Greater Park Hill Community, Inc. The Greater Park Hill Community, Inc., is a volunteer-based registered neighborhood organization that promotes…

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Should Park Hill Seek Local Historic Designation?

Should Park Hill Seek Local Historic Designation?

Efforts Afoot To Pursue Neighborhood Protections By Annie Levinsky and Becca Dierschow Historic Denver Local historic district designation has been a successful tool for Denver…

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Community Announcements

Community Announcements

Food Justice Forum May 20 GPHC, Inc.’s next Food Justice Forum is scheduled for May 20 at Montview Boulevard Presbyterian Church, at 1980 Dahlia St….

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And Now a Word From GPHC, Inc.

And Now a Word From GPHC, Inc.

Thank You, Welcome Members, and Come Play In the Dirt By Rebecca Born Executive Director, GPHC, Inc. If you love digging in the dirt and…

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Cubs at the Capitol

Cubs at the Capitol

The Scouts of Den 7 took a tour of the state Capitol on April 1 as part of their progress toward their Wolf Badge. As…

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Let’s Get This Done

Let’s Get This Done

Volunteers Sought For Smiley Campus Eagle Scout Project Staff report Jack Seward is 14 years old and an 8th grader at McAuliffe International School, at…

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The Science of Veggies and Vitamin C

The Science of Veggies and Vitamin C

Blessed Sacrament’s Connor McCauley Places 5th in Statewide Competition Submitted by Beth Bonczek Blessed Sacrament Catholic School seventh grader Connor McCauley placed 5th out of…

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LoDo, RiNo, And Now CowTow?

LoDo, RiNo, And Now CowTow?

In March, the National Western Center Master Plan Public Review Draft was posted to the city’s Community Planning and Development (CPD) website. This is a…

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Parade Registration Heats Up

Parade Registration Heats Up

Record Early Sign-ups Set Stage For Epic July 4th By Justin Bresler Parade Founder and Organizer The Park Hill 4th of July Parade set the…

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