Off To The Races

Off To The Races

June 28 Primaries Will Usher In New Era By Cara DeGette, Editor, GPHN On June 28, voters will elect one of three Democrats running to replace…

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Of History And Garden Shards

Of History And Garden Shards

Old Homes Yield Past Treasures; New Technology Helps To Dig Up The Dirt By Bernadette Kelly. Zoning & Planning Chair, GPHC, Inc. One year ago, a…

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Come And Wander Through The Gardens

Come And Wander Through The Gardens

16th Annual Park Hill Garden Walk Is June 18, Nine Green Spaces Featured By Barbara Armendariz, Co-chair, Garden Walk  Our annual Park Hill Garden Walk is…

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Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

For The Birds To the Editor, I am writing to express my admiration and appreciation for the monthly Page 3 column featuring Mark Silverstein’s excellent…

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Birdland

Birdland

Pigeon Talk In general, the words “dove” and “pigeon” are used interchangeably to identify these tubby birds with small heads and short legs. Pigeon is…

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Community Announcements

Community Announcements

Get Ready For July 4th The Park Hill 4th of July Parade is back! This community-friendly, Greater Park Hill Community, Inc.-sponsored event will again be…

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Meet Your New DPS Board Member

Meet Your New DPS Board Member

Rachele Espiritu Sworn In As District 4 Representative By Lynn Kalinauskas Rachele Espiritu was sworn in as the new Denver Public Schools Board member representing…

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News In Brief

News In Brief

Bike To Work On June 22 Bike to Work Day is an annual Denver-area event held the fourth Wednesday in June. People who normally drive…

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Agitating To Halt Golf Course Plan

Agitating To Halt Golf Course Plan

About 120 protesters gathered on May 14 near Bogey’s at the City Park Golf Course, demanding the city’s proposed Platte to Park Hill Stormwater Systems…

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The Case For $12 by 2020

The Case For $12 by 2020

Ballot Measure Would Bump Minimum Wage In Colorado By Dave Felice A small business owner in Denver says paying a living wage is a “moral…

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Master Planning The Other Watershed

Master Planning The Other Watershed

Upper Montclair Basin Needs Your Help By Brian Hyde In the next few weeks, members of Denver stormwater and flood mitigation staff and their consultant…

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Sometimes It’s Simple, Sometimes It’s Not

Sometimes It’s Simple, Sometimes It’s Not

Tips To Avoid Refinance Potholes By Neil Funsch What’s new in the mortgage world, you ask? Well what’s not new is that mortgage interest rates…

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Of Soup, Juice, and Compost

Of Soup, Juice, and Compost

Ways To Eliminate Food Waste By Rebecca Born Executive Director, GPHC, Inc. This summer at Greater Park Hill Community, Inc., we are focusing on sustainability….

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Thank You Generous Donors & Volunteers

Thank You Generous Donors & 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 our generous…

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Air Travel Etiquette 101

Air Travel Etiquette 101

Doing Your Part To Fly Friendly Skies By Kevin Streufert As I’m sure you’ve seen on the news, incidents of air rage have been increasing….

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