The great white whale is waiting — at some point in 2021.

Over the past 6-or-so months, I have been wrapped up dealing with health, food, keeping touch with friends, devouring politics, a churning stomach because of this administration, and on and on. So when I encounter something from, say, last June or November, it seems to be from the Stone Age. Earlier this week, BusinessDen featured …

Carmen Court has been written about everywhere. But Tuesday it is getting its time in the sun.

The future of Carmen Court, at 900 East 1st Avenue, will be the main issue on Tuesday’s meeting of the Denver Landmark Preservation Commission. I expect it will be interesting, infuriating, and downright incredibly eye-opening. After all, the three people who chipped in money to cover the application weeks ago to designate Carmen Court as …

Denver ranks No. 2 in gentrification in a national poll. Suppose that is better than No. 1?

On 9News this morning there was a quick segment on a story that was posted by USA Today. It featured a list of top 20 cities gentrified in the United States, and though most of the heavily gentrified cities are on both coasts, good old Denver ranked No. 2. Now, we already sort of knew …

Just when you think you have enough things to worry about, a neighborhood plan re-appears. 

The East Central Area Plan in Denver is back in motion. This plan includes Capitol Hill, North Capitol Hill, City Park, City Park West, Congress Park, and Cheesman Park. This process began probably two years ago, but it is back. An email a couple of days ago included a lot of links as well as …

Remember the old cliche about taking lemons and making lemonade? It can work.

Today’s Colorado Creative Redux in Westword caught my eye. It’s a questionnaire about Amy Yetman describing her work.  Denver’s amazing deep pool of creative workers finds a way to get things done, bringing joy to all of us, whether artists, writers, singers, chefs, or just about anything else someone can make or do.  Yetman and …