January 2018

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Principal HOA: Residents Continue to Flee “Shithole” Stapleton Boroughs to Wicker Park, Willow Park East

Principal HOA: Residents Continue to Flee “Shithole” Stapleton Boroughs to Wicker Park, Willow Park East

People have been moving from one Stapleton neighborhood to another for over a decade. Recently, some neighborhoods have seen an increased number of residents moving out and up to the newer neighborhoods up north. “We’ve definitely noticed more people leaving the older neighborhoods, or shithole neighborhoods as we call them, to Willow Park East and […]

‘Hamilton’ Coming to The Cube

‘Hamilton’ Coming to The Cube

The hit Broadway play ‘Hamilton’ is coming to the Buell theatre in March, but for most Denver area residents, there is really no chance of getting in to the quickly sold out show. People waited online for hours only to find out they were behind tens of thousands of people or heard the news by […]

Container Holding Hats and Gloves Getting Fucking Ridiculous

Container Holding Hats and Gloves Getting Fucking Ridiculous

Cold weather and snow has sporadically hit Denver, and that means it’s time to get out the gloves, hats, and boots. The Klingman family keeps all of these items in one big messy container. And the container is not just for the new items. The Klikngmans keep old gloves and boots that no longer fit […]

Stapleton Man Achieves Near Enlightenment After Box Cutter Purchase

Stapleton Man Achieves Near Enlightenment After Box Cutter Purchase

Bobby Travillian never thought a late night trip to Walmart could change his life, but after our interview with the local Stapleton family man, it’s clear he has all but achieved a state of near enlightenment. “I was just there for milk and eggs and figured I’d swing through the tool aisle on my way […]

Stapleton Couple Thrilled to Finally Get Invite to Hang Out With Popular Group

Stapleton Couple Thrilled to Finally Get Invite to Hang Out With Popular Group

Swigert parents Jim and Kelly Roberts have been waiting for years to be invited in to one of the popular Swigert groups. “We would see all the popular cliques hanging around talking at drop off and pick up and would wonder what it would take for us to get included,” said Kelly. “The girls were […]

New Stay at Home Parent: “Six Hours Not as Long as I Thought it Was”

New Stay at Home Parent: “Six Hours Not as Long as I Thought it Was”

Nicole Weigel stopped working full time about a month ago and has really enjoyed her newfound flexibility and time with her kids. “It’s been great not having to rush out the door every morning,” said Weigel. “I get to make the kids lunches, take them to school, watch their activities, and keep up with what […]

“No Eating on Couch” Rule Lasts Almost Six Days

“No Eating on Couch” Rule Lasts Almost Six Days

The Noelting family finally upgraded their couch last week after years of complaining about how filthy the old couch had gotten. “It was really disgusting,” said mother Angi. “I didn’t even want to have guests over. The worst part is, I would clean that thing all the time. But, by the next week, there are […]

Aisle Maze at Eastbridge Soopers Completely Unappreciated

Aisle Maze at Eastbridge Soopers Completely Unappreciated

The Eastbridge Soopers has been open for roughly four months now, and overall, has received positive reviews. The biggest contributions of the Eastbridge Soopers is that it is close by to those living east of Central Park Boulevard and it has alleviated some of the crowding at the Quebec Soopers. “It’s nice to know you […]

Jesus “Really Disappointed” After Following Area Next Door Site

Jesus “Really Disappointed” After Following Area Next Door Site

Like anyone else, Jesus likes to take a break from his daily activities to peruse social media sites. He often “googles” Himself, checks out what his friends have been up to through Facebook, and even goes to Snapchat. He’s also joined a few neighborhood groups over the years just to make sure people are “loving […]