October 2016

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Feeling Horny?  Train Noise Gonna Be Here Awhile

Feeling Horny? Train Noise Gonna Be Here Awhile

The RTD General Manager held a press conference this week announcing the train horn will be blowing possibly until the Eastbridge Town Center is completed. “It has to do with a bunch of safety blah, blah,” said RTD GM Dave Genova. “It’s super complicated, involves federal regulations, the Federal Railway Administration, engineering, and a bunch […]

Editor’s Halloween Warning:  No Clowning Around

Editor’s Halloween Warning: No Clowning Around

Recently, an odd craze of people dressing up as scary clowns has been sweeping the nation. And when I say sweeping, I mean it’s happening in very small numbers and in random occurrences. But, since coulrophobia (fear of clowns) is real (my sister has it), it seems to be getting much more attention than it […]

Stanley Beer Hall Sets Soft Opening for Somewhere Between 2016 and 2019

Stanley Beer Hall Sets Soft Opening for Somewhere Between 2016 and 2019

Residents looking forward to the opening of the Stanley Beer Hall got great news when developers revealed the grand opening of the much-anticipated facility to be somewhere between 2016 and 2019. “We didn’t want to set a hard deadline, so we have kind of a soft opening between a very specific timeframe,” said project leader […]

Central Park West Residents Spend Weekend with Willow Park East Friends

Central Park West Residents Spend Weekend with Willow Park East Friends

The Stagemeyers and Koehns have been Stapleton friends for almost seven years. They lived on the same block in Central Park West during that time and spent lots of time together. Their kids would play together, they had date nights together, and they spent many evenings enjoying drinks at each other’s homes. After making a […]

Forest City to Replace Trails with Housing by 2018

Forest City to Replace Trails with Housing by 2018

Active Stapleton residents received bad news last week when Forest City announced its plans to begin building housing on much of the Stapleton area trail system beginning in 2018. “The trail system was never meant to be a permanent thing,” said Forest City spokesperson Janelle Ayers. “Forest City has always been open about the fact […]