August 2017

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Eastbridge Resident Requesting Forest City Build Restaurant IN His House

Eastbridge Resident Requesting Forest City Build Restaurant IN His House

Eastbridge residents had anxiously awaited the town center they were promised over 10 years ago. People wanted a grocery store and restaurants they could easily walk to, instead of having to drive or ride bikes the roughly two miles to the 29th Street town center. Then, last year, the Stanley opened up with great restaurants, […]

Stapleton Parent Confesses, “Time Isn’t Going by Fast Enough”

Stapleton Parent Confesses, “Time Isn’t Going by Fast Enough”

The first day of school is the common time parents realize how quickly their children are growing up. As parents, we have known our children since birth, and can easily recall every year of their lives. So, when people realize their child is now a fifth grader but without difficulty can remember that same child […]

Leaving Stapleton for First Time in Months, Resident Experiences Sh#ttiness of Denver Traffic

Leaving Stapleton for First Time in Months, Resident Experiences Sh#ttiness of Denver Traffic

If you live in Stapleton, for many reasons, you may choose to not leave the hood or even have to leave Stapleton that often. With The Stanley and Eastbridge town center, there are plenty of good restaurants, so you don’t have to leave for food and drink. Most of the neighborhood kids attend one of […]

Stapleton Man Prepared to Strangle Next Person Asking, “How Was Your Summer?”

Stapleton Man Prepared to Strangle Next Person Asking, “How Was Your Summer?”

Society, or at least American society, has a series of social norms. One of these norms is politely asking questions of people of which you clearly don’t care or want to hear the answer to. Some of these include, “how are you,” “what have you been up to,” “how is your family,” “any big plans […]

Stapleton Friends Overheard Arguing Who Had Busier European Vacation

Stapleton Friends Overheard Arguing Who Had Busier European Vacation

For better or worse, Stapleton is a community of privilege. The issues Stapleton residents deal with, are typically “white people problems” or at the very least “first world problems.” Stapleton residents may be heard discussing having one of their luxury SUV’s in the shop, or that a dance class they wanted their child to get […]

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Mom Admits When Kids Are Tired, “They’re Pretty F#ckng Miserable”

Stapleton mom Michelle Graunke adores her children. She spends as much time with them as she can and will do everything for them. “They are just so sweet,” said Graunke. “They are the greatest thing and really terrific kids.” Graunke says overall, her kids behave extremely well. “We never get complaints from teachers or coaches, […]

Next Door Alert:  No One Gives a Sh#t About Your God Damn Cat

Next Door Alert: No One Gives a Sh#t About Your God Damn Cat

The popular social media site Next Door is often used by Northeast Denver residents. The site allows people to buy and sell items, post events, and even has a lost and found. The most common use is alerting others to suspicious behavior or crime in the neighborhood to help others become aware of important information. […]