July 2012

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Forest City to Add Low Income Houseboats to Bluff Lake

Forest City to Add Low Income Houseboats to Bluff Lake

Forest City has a history of being creative when it comes to its efforts at silencing the critics. One major criticism of Forest City over recent years is in regards to how far behind it is on the affordable housing piece they had promised the City of Denver. They attempted to catch up with the […]

King Soopers, Coinstar Form Partnership to Expedite Gas Lanes

King Soopers, Coinstar Form Partnership to Expedite Gas Lanes

In yet another effort to create a more efficient process for getting gas, King Soopers will partner with Coinstar, adding its machines to one of the pumps. “We are always trying to create a better experience for our customer,” says manager Gary Stevens. “This feels like a very good fit for both companies.”

Gaining Grocer in Eastbridge Town Center SIZE-able Problem

Gaining Grocer in Eastbridge Town Center SIZE-able Problem

Forrest City President Phil Dargossi has long pointed out that the planned town center for Eastbridge (original estimate 2008) will be in place “as soon as they can get a grocer into the space.” Dargossi has pointed out several reasons as to why this is yet to happen, but none bigger than the fact that […]

Stapleton Youth Camp Mimics Hunger Games

Stapleton Youth Camp Mimics Hunger Games

Stapleton parents are always looking for fun and exciting camps to which to send their kids. Most of all, parents want their kids to have fun, but also to learn, and yet others want to make sure their kids are challenged. This is where “Camp Hunger Games” has its niche.

New Starbucks to Open Inside 29th Avenue Starbucks

New Starbucks to Open Inside 29th Avenue Starbucks

The small Starbucks in the Stapleton Target, and the even smaller new Starbucks in the renovated King Soopers, were just the beginning. Continuing its plan of adding mini-cafes inside larger stores, the nationwide coffee franchise will open another small Starbucks in Stapleton, this one inside the existing Starbucks on 29th Avenue. The 29th Avenue Starbucks […]

Stapleton Resident Hires Neighbor to Dye Hair, Get Piercing, Tats

Stapleton Resident Hires Neighbor to Dye Hair, Get Piercing, Tats

In an effort to feel more hip, Suzie Hamrock, a Stapleton resident for over six years, hired Lauren Eads to change her appearance. Hamrock, a former Capitol Hill resident who moved here in 2003 when she was pregnant with her second child said “I was down at Buffalo Exchange the other day and just felt […]

Couple Angry that Neighbors Not Noticing “Little Differences” in Newborn

Couple Angry that Neighbors Not Noticing “Little Differences” in Newborn

Theresa and Jeremy Richmond have one child, a four month old son, Aiden. Like most parents, they are amazed at every little thing their child does, from tiny movements to facial expressions. They already have tens of videos and hundreds of pictures of the little guy.