It all started because I wanted a door knocker for my front door. I didn’t want a new one, I wanted an old one. I went into several antique shops on Broadway and couldn’t find one. After about 12 shops that carried, new used, antique, vintage, refurbished, broken, pretty, ugly items that were not door […]
Last week as I was strolling to one of my neighborhood restaurants for dinner I noticed we had a new bank of B-Cycles! I have been contemplating buying an extra bike so I could have an extra for a friend. I remembered reading that the city was adding 30 new “bike-borrowing stations”. So now I’m […]
The idea of living in a walking neighborhood seems so romantic in a way don’t you think? Leave your car in its spot, walk a couple blocks to 15 different restaurants, yoga, the grocery store, library, the park and then it snows and you realize you aren’t a snow bunny. The Cole Hahn booties with […]
St. Marks Coffee House…there seems to always be a diverse crowd: people with paper, books, computers, and kids! Yes, there is a table for the kids, the last few times I decided to write here, my thoughts and creative juices just flowed. The coffee shop was brimming with people many who stayed and many who […]
The lights were beautiful and the Henry Moore Sculptures made the Botanic Gardens ever more spectacular.
On Wednesday December 18th, I attended the last listening session held by City Council and the Planning Board for the NewCodeDenver.com. The people who stood up to give their thoughts had specific valid concerns. I am giving a brief overview of the most voiced concerns. I believe the city will listen and hopefully they start […]