...working with Larry. For years we shared a shoebox of an office at the old 575 Madison Avenue building. We worked on Crazy magazine together when I was a teenager (I was hired...
Drop by with (or without) your bike & learn how to perform basic maintenance yourself including fixing flat tires, adjusting brakes, and adjusting gear shifting Saturday, June 16th, 2018 11am-1pm
Congress Park Pool is one of Denver's oldest outdoor pools. Built in 1955, it's one of the city's most costly pools to maintain and after 63 years, major leaks now require significant repairs. As a result, DPR plans to open Congress Park Pool in late June to complete extensive repairs. DPR recognizes the value Congress Park Pool provides to the community as well as the voters in Denver who helped secure the 2017 General Obligation Bond, which allots $8.3M to reconstructing this pool (with design starting this summer). They apologize for any inconvenience this unexpected delay may cause, and thanks pool users and the general public for their patience as we work on repairing the pool.
April 2018 was a special month. On four Saturdays in a row, the Green Team hosted events in support of Planet Earth. Events focused on actions to take right now to reduce your carbon footprint. Events also introduced participants to Congress Park neighbors already taking action and willing to share their experience. All events were free and open to the public!
Dear City Councilman New, City Councilwoman Kniech, City Councilwoman Ortega and Staff, Registered Neighborhood Organization Representatives, and Community Planning and Development Department Staff:
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Does the Cherry Cricket’s Cricket Burger hold up to its well-earned reputation at its new Ballpark burger bar?
EveryBlock collects 18 types of news in Denver — including articles, real estate listings, meetups and conversations neighbors are having — and organizes it by location. Here is all the recent news and discussion near 3300-3399 E. 5th Ave.