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As the Restaurants Turn

...Tomato celebrated its 20th year serving up saltimbocca, carbonara, ravioli and other Italian favorites at 23rd Avenue and Dexter Street. Since 1997, Chef/Owner Thomas Felese marked the moment in March in typical low-key...

...with its building facing demolition as part of the blocklong Park Hill Commons development on 29th and Fairfax, the soul food restaurant A & A Fish moved out of Park Hill. At 4650 Tower...

...of Restaurateur/Chef Jon Robbins (who also owns Park Hill’s Bistro Barbés on 28th Avenue at Fairfax). Red Sauce, which opened in early November, is designed to be a casual, family-style...

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...breakfast eatery (with locations in the Baker and Highland neighborhoods) moved into the spot off Colfax and Eudora Street most recently inhabited by Red Octave (and the site of the former Cork House and...

...Denver’s stringent noise ordinance and the close proximity to the condominiums.” The building, at 2245 Kearney St., most recently was home to the Korean Full Gospel Church, which moved out five years...

...in April highlighted several Park Hill-area spots, including Chop Shop Casual Urban Eatery, on Colfax at Elm Street, which got the editor’s pick as Best Restaurant on Colfax. Particularly noteworthy were the...

In that same category – Best Restaurant on Colfax – readers picked Solera as their favorite Colfax eatery. Since 2001, Chef/Owner Goose Sorenson has been serving up dishes inspired by Spanish farmhouse cuisine at his restaurant on Colfax at Grape Street.

And Prodigy Coffeehouse, at 3801 E. 40th Ave. just west of the Park Hill Golf Course, won top honors for best coffeehouse in Denver.

...and Fairfax, the soul food restaurant A & A Fish moved out of Park Hill. At 4650 Tower Rd. in Green Valley Ranch, the restaurant is now called Catfish Haven/Jamaica House. The phone...

...the block, to 23rd Avenue. The space that currently houses a corner grocery store at 22nd and Oneida is expected to become the second site of Ester’s Neighborhood Pub, which serves up...

    As the Restaurants Turn - Greater Park Hill Community, Inc. (GPHC), est. 1961
    A Gastronomical Park Hill Year in Review By Cara DeGette GPHN Editor There've been ups and downs, twists and turns, intrigue and expectation, dashed hopes, reclaimed dreams, and, in one case, the threat of boycott. And so marks the end of another year in the restaurant business, Park Hill style.
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23rd and Dexter: Mike Mackey

23rd and Dexter: Mike Mackey

    23rd and Dexter: Mike Mackey - Greater Park Hill Community, Inc. (GPHC), est. 1961
    By Jack Farrar You've probably seen Mike Mackey in the vicinity of 23rd and Dexter. Browsing the literature at the Park Hill Community Bookstore, or licking an ice cream cone from Spinelli's, or waiting for the No. 20 bus. A former substitute in the Denver Public Schools system and a telecommunications salesman, he says he's ...
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Nov 01

Community Announcements

...City Park Photos), Alec Ellis (Woods) and David Claypool (Honey and Beeswax Products). Stop by 2309 Clermont St. from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. both days. Everybody welcome. Bring a friend...

...bags, candles and sand. Pick-up of the luminaries is at Spinelli’s Market, at 23rd and Dexter, on Saturday, Dec. 16 and Sunday, Dec. 17. Neighbors are urged to light the luminarias...

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5209 Montview Blvd. Admission is free. The event kicks off with an opening reception on Friday, Nov. 3...

...and wood creations. This show opens Thursday, Nov. 30 at the Sixth Avenue United Church, 3250 East Sixth Avenue (corner of 6th & Adams). As always, admission is free...

...Thursday, Nov. 30 at the Sixth Avenue United Church, 3250 East Sixth Avenue (corner of 6th & Adams). As always, admission is free...

...event is Wednesday, Nov. 8 from 2 to 3 p.m. at Heather Gardens (Auditorium), 2888 S. Heather Gardens Way. There is no cost. RSVP at 303-751-1811...

There are two dates and places for this program in November: Thursday, Nov. 9, from 6 to 7 p.m. at the Ford Warren Library, 2825 High St. and again on Tuesday, Nov. 28 from 5 to 6 p.m. at the Tattered Cover, 2526 E. Colfax. Cost is free, and no RSVP is required.

This program is Thursday, Nov. 9 from 6:45 to 7:45 p.m. at the Sam Gary Library, 2961 Roslyn St. It is free and no RSVP is required.

This event is Thursday, Nov. 16 from 2 to 3 p.m. at Windsor Gardens, 597 S. Clinton St. It is free and no RSVP is required.

This program is Friday, Nov. 17 from 6:45 to 7:45 p.m. at the Jewish Community Center, 350 S. Dahlia St. There is no cost, and RSVP is not required. For info call Lil Shaw: 303-316-6359.

    Community Announcements - Greater Park Hill Community, Inc. (GPHC), est. 1961
    Denver Now and Tomorrow The League of Women Voters Denver is hosting first-term City Council members Jolon Clark (District 7), Kevin Flynn (District 2), Stacie Gilmore (District 11), and Paul Kashmann (District 6), to discuss the city of Denver's current issues and to forecast how the city will need to prepare for future growth of our ...
    http://greaterparkhill.org

Oct 31

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.
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