Category Archives: News Articles

High Rents, Home Costs Are Reframing City’s Housing Plight

Rents Soar, Wage-Home Affordability Gap Widens; Motels, Tiny Houses, Cars And Streets Are The Last Resort by Glen Richardson They’re the hip and the homeless and they’re both facing identical problems: finding an affordable place to live! Some live on the streets, others sleep in their car or on a friend’s couch — and then…
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Phony P.I./FBI Agent Johnson Goes National

U.S. Government Desperate To Hide Identity At Bundy Standoff Trials by Charles C. Bonniwell Glendale’s very own phony private investigator Charles Johnson has now made national news regarding a fake documentary he directed on the Cliven Bundy family in Nevada. His national exposure includes PBS’ Frontline documentary television series and stories in the investigative online…
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Santa Fe Art District In Dramatic Transition

A $7.7 Million Bond Issue Would Widen Sidewalks, Add Public Art, Better Lighting Plus A Pedestrian Plaza by Glen Richardson A walk along Denver’s Art District on Santa Fe can be both depressing and refreshingly optimistic. An intermingled blend of debris, flimsy sidewalks and bric-a-brac storefronts, it is the intersection between run-down buildings and a…
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Broadway Bike Lane Blues

City Supplements Its Destruction Of Cherry Creek Retail With That Of South Broadway by Mark Smiley The City and County of Denver, fresh from creating chaos and consternation among Cherry Creek retail businesses by failing to plan and provide sufficient parking and traffic flow, has now set its sights on creative destruction of small businesses…
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