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Talking Points: Meet Luke O’Kelley, Author in Residence!

Frequently, we’ll introduce you to someone you may, or may not know who lives in Downtown Denver. And, we’ll ask that person five questions…always the same. But, we’re sure to get a lot of different answers!  Let us know what you think. Luke O’Kelley is a retired owner of a software firm that provided oil and gas business solutions. Since retiring he has co-chaired a non-profit that provides a citizen voice in the Union Station…

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Talking Points: Meet Downtown’s Goal Driven Woman, Hilary McNeish!

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. Hilary McNeish, a 14-year resident of Downtown Denver (LoDo), is a…

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Welcome to Our New Weekly Feature: Talking Points!

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 be archived on the page titled “Talking Points” at the top of this site. Let us know what you think. Meet Ayn Fox, the Catalyst of the Creativity Lab, her business where…

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Assignment: Stay on 16th Street. And, Find a Good Cup of Coffee.

Can you do it? It may not be as easy as you think. And, yes, we have our reasons for saying that. Recently, a woman visiting from San Francisco and riding the Mall Shuttle asked if the 16th Street Mall had a Starbucks on every block. It seemed that way to her. That’s not the case, of course. In fact, there are only four along the Mall…out of the 18 or so Downtown. And, to…

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Slow News Day? Would You Like a Muffin?

A space that couldn’t make it as a Starbucks is being transformed to a muffin shop. This is the space next to the entrance to the Regional Headquarters of the Environmental Protection Agency. Next to the Chase branch, close to pizza stuff and across from Union Station on the lower end of the 16th Street Mall. I don’t recall seeing “muffins” on the lists of items reported in polls of LoDo residents’ concerns, but here…

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