The resulting material produced a mosaic of faces and opinions of Denver's wickedest street.
Denver’s looking to shut down the 7 Star Motel, its first nuisance case against a Colfax motel in years
This is the first time -- at least in existing city records -- that Denver's Department of Excise and Licenses has used a show-cause proceeding against a lodging facility.
The Colorado Guardian Angels have seen the neighborhood transform since its rough-and-tumble days. Few know the "wicked" drag as intimately as they do.
The motels that line Colfax are faded remnants of the avenue's glory days, vital housing for people who might otherwise be living on the streets.
Where can you play video games, watch cult classics with exclusive collectibles, find cheap paperbacks and live a comic book shop Brigadoon? Colfax Avenue.
Street Fraternity opened on East Colfax with the goal of working only with violent young men, but founders soon saw a larger need.
Our reporters have been canvassing Colfax Avenue for the past month, looking for stories that tell us about the past and the future of this cross-section of Denver.
Some Denver car dealerships worry about the emphasis on revitalizing Colfax, rising property values and the push for alternative transportation options.
OPINION: As a teenager, I lived on the 15, Colfax’s famous bus line, riding from Aurora to Civic Center
I often began my bus ride at I-225 where the Waffle House used to be because I could lock myself in the bathroom and sit under the hand dryer.
The goal of Weicker Depository seemed to be "preventing anyone or anything from corrupting the integrity" of the Wyman Historic District.
After the completion of Interstate 70, traffic and money stopped flowing down Colfax. Colfax lost its main street feel. A comic by Karl Christian Krumpholz.
Jonny Barber's craziest Colfax story is perhaps the inevitable result of spending years as an Elvis impersonator and spending a lot of time on Colfax.
A man walks through the door with a long, gray beard and a book. He wants to know if there are any reading glasses he can borrow out of the lost and found.
Where is downtown Lakewood? That's a loaded question with a complicated history. With new investment, it could once again be along West Colfax.
Jewish immigrants were part of those first colonial population booms that shaped the city and state -- and they left their mark on Colfax Avenue.
Denver is deploying mobile bathroom units in big blue trailers along Colfax Avenue and downtown in the name of public health and public comfort.
I recruited Tom Martin because Denverite is about to publish a week-long series on the avenue -- actually, you're reading the first piece of it now.