Expanding The Palate

Expanding The Palate

Chef Jorge de la Torre Dishes On Food Trends, Peaches & Corn, and Park Hill’s Culinary Delights  By Cara DeGette, Editor, GPHN July is National Culinary…

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Food, Glorious Food

Food, Glorious Food

A Smorgasboard of Park Hill Restaurant News By Cara DeGette Editor, GPHN The last year-plus has been a bit of a roller-coaster ride for Park…

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Bungalows, Foursquares, and The Park Hill Porch

Bungalows, Foursquares, and The Park Hill Porch

Group Moving Forward On Historic Landmark Designation By Neil Funsch Special to the GPHN Summer is here, and with the hot weather the efforts of…

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Don’t Ever Call It ‘Platte To Park Hill’ Again

Don’t Ever Call It ‘Platte To Park Hill’ Again

A Challenge To Our Elected Leaders By Brian Hyde I trusted – far too much – that our elected leaders, as well as appointed leaders,…

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Birdland

Birdland

Flamboyant Flamingos There are only six species of flamingos in the world, and the American Flamingo, sometimes called the Caribbean Flamingo, is the brightest colored…

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Community Annoucements

Community Annoucements

This Year’s 4th Of July Is Lucky 7 With an estimated one million orange-clad fans attending the Broncos Super Bowl victory parade earlier this year,…

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Make Gun Owners And Sellers Take Responsibility

Make Gun Owners And Sellers Take Responsibility

Lawmakers Must Climb A Steep Hill To Stem Shootings Commentary By John Morse Special to the GPHN The national gun lobby is extraordinarily proud that…

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Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Open Letter To Three Who Voted No Dear Councilpersons Rafael Espinoza, Kevin Flynn and Paul Kashmann, Thank you for voting no last month on the…

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Supreme Court Denies Hentzell Park Appeal

Supreme Court Denies Hentzell Park Appeal

By Dave Felice Concluding a three-year legal battle with the city, Denver attorney John Case says he’s proud of citizen effort, though disappointed in the…

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News in Brief

News in Brief

Affordable Housing Solutions Sought Public Meeting Set For July 21 The housing market in Denver is among the tightest in the nation, and getting tighter….

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Do You Have What It Takes?

Do You Have What It Takes?

Contest For Best Alley Art Returns by Jack and Pam Farrar Have you or someone you know installed interesting art in your alley and/or on…

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‘If There Is No Change, There Is No Growth”

‘If There Is No Change, There Is No Growth”

Skill Development Critical, Says Denver Economist Denver economist Kishore G. Kulkarni argues that new, unsettling, and often-controversial economic conditions are really ordinary “dynamism.” “The so-called…

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Lemonade For  A Cause

Lemonade For A Cause

Four enterprising young women grabbed the opportunity to ensure thirsty Garden Walk looky-loos had access to lemonade and more, with the proceeds going to several…

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A Bouquet Of Thanks

A Bouquet Of Thanks

By Barbara Armendariz Garden Walk Committee Co-Chair The June 18 Garden Walk was another fun Park Hill event. It took the time and effort of…

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Ditch The Pesticides

Ditch The Pesticides

Keep Your Garden Looking Great Without Chemicals By Sierra Fleenor District 4 Representative, GPHC, Inc. Our focus on sustainability at Greater Park Hill Community this…

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