It was once a hub of industrial labor, but a recent flood of businesses and cultural institutions is giving the area a makeover and a new reputation.
Art is both business and therapy for veterans here.
The 40-year story of how these 15,000 people, with drinks and food-truck fare, got themselves to the middle of Santa Fe Drive.
All the fun we had at the biggest First Friday celebration of the year.
“The organizers of the neighborhood were trying to instill into the people that this is serious. This could mean changes that you can’t even believe."
"Organizations like ours are starting to get shut down and replaced by the big, fancy, shiny, mainstream art galleries. For us to be able to survive, that is really huge for the Denver art scene."
Tim Correa more or less stumbled into owning the Aztlan Theatre. Decades later, he's looking for someone else to take the helm.
The name of the road was an original transplants-and-natives fight.