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Denver City Planning Choking Cherry Creek Businesses

City’s Refusal To Plan For Traffic And Parking Causing Crisis Bed Bath & Beyond Leaving. Elway’s Next? by Megan Carthel Creek Cherry was named in the 19th century for chokecherry bushes that once lined its banks. While attractive flowers bloom from the bush, if you eat the leaves or seeds you would choke and go…
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Landing Pad Being Built At Lowry For Gothic Rocketship

by Glen Richardson The countdown is on: The 40-foot-tall Raygun Gothic Rocketship first revealed by the Chronicle last February is landing in Lowry this May. Ground zero is the parking lot directly in front of the Lowry Beer Garden at 7577 E. Academy Blvd. Design and construction of a Spaceport — a structural and visual…
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Greenlee Elementary On The Chopping Block

Reform Or Wasted Opportunity? by Ruthy Wexler On December 15 the Denver Public Schools (DPS) announced that it would close/restart three public elementary schools — Greenlee, John Amesse and Gilpin Montessori — pursuant to its new non-subjective School Performance Compact. The outcry was enormous with parents and teachers protesting vociferously. The dispute hit the news…
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Nation’s Jaw-Dropping Music Garners American Prize For DYAO

Stunning Win Of Prestigious Prize Puts Valley’s Young Artists In National Spotlight by Glen Richardson The Denver Young Artists Orchestra and conductor Wes Kenney has received the 2016-17 American Prize. Selected by a panel of judges from across the U.S., the DYAO has been honored with the Ernst Bacon Memorial Award recognizing performances of music…
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