- Bees? At my train station? (BD)
- King Soopers is the latest big business to fight Visa over debit cards (DP)
- A woman crashed her car into a ditch with a child onboard while fleeing police in Loveland (CBS)
- Women are making their mark on social pot use in Denver (Atlantic)
- Friends of a bicyclist killed on a Boulder road crowded a courtroom (KDVR)
- Red Cross apologized for safety posters in Colorado that labeled white kids as “cool” and minority kids as “not cool” (DP)
- The Avalanche should look a lot younger on defense next season (DP)
- Just when you figured out how to put it together, IKEA is recalling that dresser (9)
- Want to go to an election night party with Jon Keyser tonight? Too bad. He’s not having one (9)
- Get over to Denver Deep Dish for a $10 all-you-can-eat buffet of vegan pizza today (Eater)
- This bowling alley might be Denver’s poshest office amenity yet (DP)
The Merc, farmers' markets, live music and more!
And you might change it.
Médicos hispanohablantes en Denver luchan contra COVID-19 con su idioma, pero la atención que proporcionan va más allá de sus palabras
“La diversidad significa que tú, como paciente de etnicidad hispana, cuando ves un médico que se parece a ti o habla como tú, sientes mucho más (como que estás) en un entorno acogedor. Y eso es lo que intentamos ofrecer”.
There are some big caveats to that CDC announcement.
Former Buffalo Exchange employees file a class action lawsuit over alleged pattern of sexual assault
Plaintiffs say local branch owner Todd Colletti sexually assaulted and harassed them, and that corporate and regional owners aided and abetted his abuse.
It was needed aid during a time meant for service.
The cyborg of the 16th Street Mall said his insurance agent called to check on him after rumors spread online.
Denver’s Spanish-speaking doctors are fighting COVID-19 with their language skills. Their care goes beyond words.
“Diversity means that you as a patient of Hispanic ethnicity, when you see a doctor that looks like you or talks like you, you feel a lot more (like you’re) in a welcoming environment. And that’s what we try to provide.”
City Council rejected an application from residents who believed the building had both historic and architectural value.
Construction on the site is already underway.
Bell Projects' Memento Mori exhibit aims to explore death in a positive way, rather than dwelling on the morbid.
DPD isn't saying much about the condition of the officer.
Transportation experts hope the streamlined system will continue to decrease driving trips and connect people to buses and trains. Some decision-makers feel protective of the right-of-way and are wary of the private companies.
Welton Street Cafe navigates another season of change, confronting challenges that lead to support and stability
Fathima Dickerson has been thinking deeply about the cycles of challenge and growth that have defined the business' survival.
Author Julian Rubinstein dives deep into cycles of birth, death and rebirth on a pivotal Denver block.
The new location at Park Hill United Methodist Church was announced last month.
The city's planning department is partially responsible for deciding what goes up and what comes down.