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Nikki Braziel shared a Page to North City Par...

Hi, North City Park! I wanted to drop a note and make sure you are all familiar with the Denver Citizen Oversight Board (COB). The COB practices civilian oversight—an ever-evolving field designed to provide communities with a voice in how law enforcement is conducted. We were voted into the City Charter last year, no doubt with much of your help. Under the Charter, the COB is authorized to make policy recommendations to the Denver Police Department and Denver Sheriff Department. We just launched a Facebook page, because we're hoping to hear more from the community. We hope you'll follow it and share your thoughts on policing, incarceration, and oversight in Denver. We welcome your voices at our bi-weekly board meetings and our quarterly public forums!

    https://www.facebook.com

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Acid Trip: Denver's Secret LSD Labs Fueled the Psychedelic Revolution

...through advertisements in the Denver Post, the pair signed a lease for a house at East 26th Avenue and Ash Street. Using false names, they told the leasing agent that they would be conducting scientific work...

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...him. Once again, they scanned the classifieds and located an ideal house, this one at 1050 South Elmira Street, just blocks from Aurora. On February 26, 1968, Condon signed a lease under the alias...

    Acid Trip: Denver's Secret LSD Labs Fueled the Psychedelic Revolution
    Fifty years after the Summer of Love, it's still a little-known fact that Denver had been home to two major LSD laboratories. Even though the operations were short-lived, they created significant repercussions - not just legally for their operators, but for the psychedelic movement as a whole.
    http://www.westword.com

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The Artists Are In

Artist Andrea Gordon will display her creations at 2630 Ash St., and, in the alley of 2044 Elm St., Karrie McBryde will conduct blown glass demonstrations...

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...creates functional stoneware as well as decorative houses. New this year is Jean Smith at 4857 E. 17th Ave., presenting unique clay sculpture. Joyce Nielson is also new to the tour this year, and...

...this year, and will be showcasing enriching abstract designs using a variety of media at 2075 Ash St.

...Andrea Gordon will display her creations at 2630 Ash St., and, in the alley of 2044 Elm St., Karrie McBryde will conduct blown glass demonstrations while hosting Suzie White and her fused glass...

...creations, as well as Njeri Summy’s specialty jewelry and clothing. Up the block, at 4933 E. 22nd Ave, potter Barbara Hoffman’s work will be on display, along with fellow potter Peg Malloy...

A few blocks away, at 2239 Ivanhoe, artist Cliff Erickson will display colorful abstract oil paintings and non-objective ceramic sculptures alongside...

...sculptures alongside Patti Erickson’s acrylic paintings. Around the corner and up the block at 2363 Ivy, Michelle McManus will present glass jewelry. A short ride north to 3384 Jasmine is the...

...block at 2363 Ivy, Michelle McManus will present glass jewelry. A short ride north to 3384 Jasmine is the studio of illustrator/ film-director Ben Clarke and his mother, plein air watercolor...

    The Artists Are In - Greater Park Hill Community, Inc. (GPHC), est. 1961
    Annual Open Studio Tour To Benefit A.R.K. Special to the GPHN This year, more than a dozen artists will participate in 10 open studios, Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 14 and 15 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. All studios are accessible by bike and admission is free to browsers.
    http://greaterparkhill.org

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'Pay what you can' produce program...

The program expanded to five neighborhoods now. Still, anyone can go to the fresh food stand at 29th Ave. and Colorado Blvd. It’s a "pay what you can" stand on Thursday’s.

    'Pay what you can' produce program expands to 5 neighborhoods
    Fresh affordable produce can sometimes be hard to come by, especially when you don't have a grocery store in your neighborhood. 9NEWS found, one neighborhood group is trying to undo that problem. Having fresh produce available for anybody is something Emily Olsen, coordinator of the Fresh Food Connect Program is pushing for.
    http://www.9news.com

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