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.
Millions of lights, romantic kissing spots and TSA type pat downs? What?
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 […]