A 2000s highway expansion leaves Denver residents to deal with noise

Mike Ridge can remember a time when Interstate 25 was only two lanes in each direction and the speed limit was 55 miles-per-hour. Those were quieter days for his neighborhood, which sits a handful of …
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Colorado Democrats push changes to presidential electors

Following Donald Trump's 2016 presidential victory over an opponent who won 3 million more votes, Colorado's Democrat-controlled Legislature is fast-tracking a bill to join other states in casting …

Jewish Film Festival celebrates 23 years
This year’s Jewish Film Festival will feature 44 films in Denver theaters from Feb. 6-18. The festival showcases Jewish and Israeli cinema from 18 countries, according to a news release. The …

History Colorado exhibit celebrates roots of the Ute tribes

For thousands of years, the Ute tribes lived off the land of the Rocky Mountains, traveling the region with the seasons, spending winters in the valleys and warm summer months in the high trails. …

Micro-transit company shuts down two Denver lines

Denver residents and University of Denver students, faculty and staff will have to find new ways to make the first or last mile transit connections following the announcement that urban transport …

Virginia Village to hold election

The Virginia Village Ellis Community Association (VVECA) is picking up the pieces after officially dissolving in November last year. Councilmember Paul Kashmann, who represents the neighborhood, and …

Marching with a new name, new focus

As she helped coordinate the 2019 Womxn’s March in Denver, Regan Byrd noticed a trend among previous attendees. “Some folks were disenchanted from the first march to the second march, saying it …

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