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Racial Profiling Lives On: Denver Police Refuse To Implement Audit Recommendations

by Glen Richardson Denver Police have not implemented any recommendations from a 2016 audit meant to help officers avoid racial bias in patrol duties, a follow-up report in September 2017 finds. Denver Auditor Timothy M. O’Brien, CPA, made his original recommendations in a January 2016 audit of police operations, including updates to biased policing policies…
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On To Greener Pitches: Celebrating Hannah Stolba And Carmen Farmer

by John Arthur Writer for and on behalf of the City of Glendale [caption id="attachment_6119" align="alignleft" width="360"] GLENDALE, CO - OCTOBER 7: Glendale Merlins Women vs Berkley All Blues at Infinity Park on October 7, 2017 in Glendale, Colorado. (Photo by Seth McConnell)[/caption] As Glendale prepares for the 2018 launch of Major League Rugby, the…
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So All May Eat: SAME Café Serves Food To All In A Bistro Like Atmosphere

by Ruthy Wexler SAME Café’s mission is feeding the hungry. Its name stands for So All May Eat. But the café itself resembles an elegant little bistro, complete with outside dining. Nothing about SAME Café, at 2023 E. Colfax, says “homeless” or “charity.” That’s the uniqueness of this restaurant, where Cherry Creek residents, suburban folk,…
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Three Cheers For Green Roof Initiative Victory

Perhaps the greatest upset of the November 7 election in Colorado was the approval by Denver voters of the citizen referred Initiative 300, better known as “Green Roof Initiative,” by a clear 54% to 46% margin. Denver resident Brandon Rietheimer and a group of environmental activists prevailed against the odds. They started this summer gaining…
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