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Talking Points: Susan Maxwell, Living Green in Denver

Each week, we’ll introduce you to someone you may, or may not know who lives in Downtown Denver. And, each week, we’ll ask that person five questions…always the same. But, we’re sure to get a lot of different answers! Each week’s interviewee will also be archived on the page titled “Talking Points” at the top of this site. Let us know what you think. Susan Maxwell is the Director of Real Estate for Zocalo Community Development,…

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Where are We Drinking?

Unlike some other media outlets around town, always trying to make you guess where they are eating green chile or pho, we’ll gladly tell you! Just barely up the hill to Highlands is the Cellar Wine Bar, right at the corner of 15th Street and Boulder. And, it’s an oasis, complete with flowers…for the champagne! Hibiscus, actually. Thanks to Brian Delgado and Sandra Lopez for putting this in over a year ago in the neighborhood…

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12 Countries, 12 Bikes, And, Only One Day Downtown!

This is cool! Ivar Zeile of Plus Gallery was selected to curate 12 pieces of art. Nothing unusual about that. Except the “canvas” for each piece is a racing bike. As in sleek Cannondale racing bike. The bikes represent the 12 countries from which 128 riders will come to race in Colorado at the USA Pro Cycling Challenge, August 22-28th. And, just like a stage race, every bicycle work of art is entirely original and…

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Talking Points: Meet Downtown’s Andy Youtz…Smart Guy, Smart Car

Each week, we’ll introduce you to someone you may, or may not know who lives in Downtown Denver. And, each week, we’ll ask that person five questions…always the same. But, we’re sure to get a lot of different answers! Each week’s interviewee will also be archived on the page titled “Talking Points” at the top of this site. Let us know what you think. Andy Youtz is semi-retired from a 40 year career in sales, marketing…

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Downtown Traffic Alert: RTD Sends People Back to Their Cars!

Traffic. It’s a rare day of living Downtown that goes by without seeing a wreck, a near wreck, a near collision between car and pedestrian, an actual collision between car and person, or bus and person or bicycle, or bicycle and person. At the very least, every day will show the Downtown pedestrian as either very careful or very careless about street crossing lights, cars making illegal u-turns, and hundreds of bicycles on the narrow sidewalks where they are just…

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4th Annual LoDo Loft Tour This Sunday, July 24!

You can tour unique LoDo loft homes this Sunday…for a very good cause. Family HomeStead, a long-established non-profit working to keep families in independent housing, not shelters, will benefit from donations for the tour. From 2-5 p.m., visit any or all of the homes, all located on Wazee or Wynkoop between 14th and 19th Streets. Parking is free in Downtown on Sunday. And, clear signs will get you to the right units. More information here.…

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