Issue 106

Lunch Tab Dispute at Four Friends Kitchen Results in Four People No Longer Being Friends

Lunch Tab Dispute at Four Friends Kitchen Results in Four People No Longer Being Friends

The new Stapleton restaurant Four Friends Kitchen opened a couple months ago, and has quickly become a big hit in the community. There are always plenty of people dining in with several people waiting to get their chance to eat at the American eatery with Southern charm. “Our family loved our first experience there,” says […]

Forest City to Deal with Flying Pigs Prior to Breaking Ground at Eastbridge Town Center

Forest City to Deal with Flying Pigs Prior to Breaking Ground at Eastbridge Town Center

At the May 19th SUN meeting, Forest City President Phil Dargossi stated, “The Evergreen (Eastbridge Retail) project won’t happen without King Soopers.” According to Dargossi, King Soopers is definitely going in, but there are a few things Forest City needs to take care of prior to breaking ground. “We have noticed, and most certainly many […]

On the Green:  Concerts, Movies, Festivals to No Longer be “Open to the Public”

On the Green: Concerts, Movies, Festivals to No Longer be “Open to the Public”

In a long awaited move, the MCA has finally decided to limit events held on the Stapleton Green to only those who live in Stapleton or are closely related to Stapleton residents. “We realized we have a large enough population in Stapleton at this point that we don’t need outsiders at the events,” said MCA […]

Stapleton Kids to be Bused to Highlands Schools to Make Them More Desirable

Stapleton Kids to be Bused to Highlands Schools to Make Them More Desirable

The tremendous success of McAuliffe Junior High School in Park Hill has caused Denver Public Schools to rethink boundaries and busing. When McAuliffe left its Stapleton campus to move to the Smiley campus, Park Hill residents demanded priority in the school, even though only 20 percent had previously enrolled their kids in Smiley. Now, 80 […]

Speed Bumps to Adorn Stapleton Through-Streets

Speed Bumps to Adorn Stapleton Through-Streets

In a continued effort to get outsiders to “slow the f#ck down”, the City of Denver, Forest City, the MCA, and SUN have agreed that speed bumps will be the most effective at accomplishing the goal. “We have tried patrolling those streets, posting signs, photo traps, etc.,” said Denver Traffic Engineer Liam O’Hara. “Nothing has […]

Conservatory Green Town Center to Consist Entirely of Car Washes

Conservatory Green Town Center to Consist Entirely of Car Washes

A new town center for Conservatory Green will consist of four car washes, Forest City announced. “This exciting new plan serves our mission of bringing Stapleton residents exactly what we promised,” said Forest City Spokesperson Janelle Ayers. “We understand residents are looking for exciting, locally owned businesses that build community, provide appealing retail options, and […]

Final Stapleton Mom Begins Selling Something

Final Stapleton Mom Begins Selling Something

Almost every female Stapleton resident has been to a purchase party of some sort, be it jewelry, oils, Arbonne, weight loss products, skin care, etc. Many of these ladies decided to jump on the bandwagon, and soon hundreds of area women were selling something. For many of them, it was an effort to get out […]