Do you know where in Denver this tiny library is?

Answer correctly and we’ll give you a shoutout in the newsletter. And maybe a sticker.

This tiny library, which needs a bit of love, is the subject of this week's game.

This tiny library, which needs a bit of love, is the subject of this week's game.

(Dave Burdick/Denverite)
staff photo

I’ve been biking all over our weirdly-shaped city, and I tend to take photos of things and realize why I took those photos weeks later. It turns out that one reason I took all those photos is to make a How Closely Are You Looking At Denver game, where I post a photo and ask Denverite readers if they know where I was when I took the photo.

Today’s question is: Do you know where the tiny library pictured above is? If you know, answer at the bottom of this post.

We brought this game back this week and a bunch of you knew exactly where this mural was.

Readers who got the right answer to the last photo: Rachel, Nick Brogna Alex Trebino, Ben O’Connell, Max Winkler, Ross Albreski Jimmy To, Jefferson McClure, and several people whose names the form didn’t properly record because I made the form wrong about which I am very sorry. But I learned and I fixed it. And learning is directly related to how our featured winner, drawn from the correct answers, knew where the mural was.

That’d be Vanessa Nieto of Rosedale, who correctly answered that the mural is on the side of Level 7 Games at Alameda and Zuni in Valverde:

“I know about the mural at Level 7 because my husband teaches civic engagement at a DPS high school and was teaching about all the Denver murals and the cultural heritage behind them. We drove around and tried to identify all the symbolism and even interviewed Lucha Martinez.”

(Hey, we interviewed Lucha Martinez, too!)

OK, today’s question!

I bet even more of you will write in with the location of this tiny library, which is in need of some repairs.

One correct response will be selected on Tuesday to get a Denverite sticker. See you in the world! (And watch out for people on bikes, please!)

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