July 2011

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Loophole in Animal Permit Law Allows Resident to Hold Cock Fights

Loophole in Animal Permit Law Allows Resident to Hold Cock Fights

The new, well-intentioned change in the permit law to own chickens and goats for Denver residents has some bad, unintended consequences. There is a loophole that people have found which will allow them to have cock fights in their yards, provided they have the appropriate permit. Entrepreneurial Stapleton resident Keith Carman was the first to […]

Couple Breaks Unwritten Rules of Adult Swim

Couple Breaks Unwritten Rules of Adult Swim

Last week at the F-15 Pool, a couple was spotted making out during adult swim time. This caught onlookers completely off-guard. The adult swim is a longtime institution whose main purpose is to give parents 15 minutes without having to play with their kids in the pool or having to worry about them getting injured. […]

Outsiders Snatch Up Stapletonians “Junk”

Last weekend’s garage sale drew in thousands of people from outside the Stapleton community. The outsiders were in search of deals on furniture, clothes, electronics, and any and all things baby. They came in droves from West Aurora and even from as far away as East Aurora. You know what they say, “one man’s trash […]

Stapleton Family Accidentally Explores Denver

After accidentally taking several wrong turns, an anonymous Stapleton family found themselves West of Colorado Blvd. “It was shear panic. I told my husband to ask for directions, but we didn’t know anyone. Everyone looked too different,” commented a distressed Helen Clifford. She continued to explain how the adventure unraveled. “We went out for a […]

Stapleton Neighborhood Receives Arbor-o-rific Award

Stapleton Neighborhood Receives Arbor-o-rific Award

Major awards keep coming for the northeastern community in Denver. The Nature Conservancy announced this week that they are awarding Stapleton’s Historic 35th Ave. Block with the prestigious “Arbor-o-rific Award”. Previous award winners include Sequoia National Forest, the Amazon rain forest and obviously, Thornton.

New Study: Stapleton Pools Decrease Parenting Time by 36%

A recent study shows that having a pool near you enables you to do more of what you want to do and less of what your kid wants to do. Parents in Stapleton are absolutely taking advantage of this at any of the fine Stapleton pools. “The summers are great, because I pretty much take […]

North Central Park Residents Feel Isolated From Rest of Stapleton

North Central Park Residents Feel Isolated From Rest of Stapleton

North Central Park continues to be developed, yet something is a little different in this neighborhood. Although many Stapleton neighborhoods form their own cliques, residents at least have the option to easily venture over to another area. For example, Eastbridge residents can make the drive across the bridge to visit acquaintances from across the way. […]

Denver, Forrest City Agree to Renaming of Streets

Denver, Forrest City Agree to Renaming of Streets

In what has been an ongoing feud between Stapleton Residents and Forrest City with the City of Denver, an agreement has finally been reached to begin renaming streets that have the same name but either have “court” or “street” after them. Residents have missed packages, have had friends miss parties, and have even gone to […]

MCA Shows Unedited Version of Pulp Fiction; Kids F***ing Love It

MCA Shows Unedited Version of Pulp Fiction; Kids F***ing Love It

The Stapleton MCA knocked the ball out of the park last weekend when they opted to go with the unedited version of Pulp Fiction, pleasing parents and kids alike.  “At first I thought it was going to be sh*tty,” said nine year old Abby Gates.  “But after 10 minutes, I thought it was f%ck@ng awesome!”  […]