Your Denver news podcast topics this week: Neighborhood Names: What Do They Mean?

Here’s this week’s episode of Denverite Now, your favorite Denver news podcast!

Here’s this week’s episode of Denverite Now, your favorite Denver news podcast!

Here’s how our host, Paul Karolyi, describes this episode:

This week on Denverite Now…

1) Kevin returns for another round of our sound guessing game “Where’s Kevin Now?” If you know where Kevin was, tweet your answer with #DenveriteNow or email it to tips@denverite.com. The first correct answer wins a shout-out in the Denverite morning newsletter!

2) Andy, Erica and Dave have a roundtable discussion about place names in light of the op-eds Denverite ran this week. Respectively, they covered RiNo vs. Five Points, Highlands vs. Northside and Stapleton’s KKK connection. We also touched on the former East Montclair Neighborhood Association embracing the Colfax name and the ongoing debate over renaming Brighton Boulevard.

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