Libraries are great. Reading is great. Everything is great. But it can be greater.
Denver Public Library will get $61 million if voters approve a new bond package. More than half that money will go to renovations at the central library.
Denver City Council members still want to squeeze in a few more projects. "I would recommend we do not push it any further," the city's CFO told them.
"This has been great. I’m blessed that this has happened," said one Denver Day Works participant. "What about the 5,000 other guys?"
Last year, Denver's patrons for the first time logged more than a million check-outs of digital titles, making up more than 10 percent of circulation.
Denver Public Library wants $51 million for surveillance, safety and other renovations at central branch
Following a number of reports of drug use and violence at Denver Central Library, there are short-term and long-term plans to improve safety.
Known to many as Leeroy Jenkins, this Colorado's World of Warcraft shenanigans went viral in the days when YouTube was still in short pants.