Issue 111

Stapleton to be Renamed “Denver Municipal”

Stapleton to be Renamed “Denver Municipal”

Roughly two weeks ago, the activist group Black Lives Matter 5280, plastered Stapleton with information regarding the namesake of the former Denver Mayor (1923 to 1945—not all consecutive) whom the former airport was named after. The information was not flattering, and is part of a grassroots movement to change the name of the Stapleton community. […]

Stapleton to Undergo Second Baby Boom After Female Libido Pill Approved

Stapleton to Undergo Second Baby Boom After Female Libido Pill Approved

In what is being considered a HUGE victory for Stapleton men, a female libido pill has been approved by the FDA. “The fact that I can basically legally drug my wife into fooling around with me is great,” said Stapleton dad Royce Madison. “I mean, like most Stapleton dads, I’m a pretty average looking dude. […]

Local Dad to Retire Board Shorts

Local Dad to Retire Board Shorts

When the neighborhood pools close Labor Day weekend, so will a great chapter in a man’s life. Local dad Liam Gregory announced yesterday via Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Periscope simultaneously that he will be hanging up the Hurley board shorts and white trucker hat for good. After years standing in knee deep water, pretending to […]

Stapleton MCA to Require Permits for Door to Door Salesman, Campaigners, and Activists

Stapleton MCA to Require Permits for Door to Door Salesman, Campaigners, and Activists

This summer has seen an influx in people asking for Stapletonians’ money in some regard. Of course there are the roofers, but Stapleton also has an increasing number of activists going door to door asking for money or loitering outside of local businesses looking to get residents to commit money to their cause or sign […]

Lorax Speaks Out Against Disappearance of Trees in Stapleton Pocket Park

Lorax Speaks Out Against Disappearance of Trees in Stapleton Pocket Park

Over the last month, trees located in the F-15 pocket park have begun disappearing. All that remains is their root system, or a crater of where the tree used to be. It has become a source of urban legend to local residents. “I don’t think we have received an explanation,” said resident Mike Dreesman. “But […]

Havana St. to Undergo Construction…Again

Havana St. to Undergo Construction…Again

It was recently announced that the Havana St. exit off of I-70 would undergo construction beginning this week and would not reopen until late this January. Crews will be working to demolish and repair a bridge. The announcement didn’t surprise any Stapleton residents. “You mean, it wasn’t already under construction?” asked resident Adam Hanlon. “That […]

Support Your Local Arts!  Stapleton Resident’s Film, Berni’s Journey, Going on the Green!

Support Your Local Arts! Stapleton Resident’s Film, Berni’s Journey, Going on the Green!

Stapleton resident and Director of Berni’s Journey, Berni Slowey is inviting Stapleton residents (and everyone else) to come see Berni’s Journey on August 21st, on the Green. This is a great way to support our local artists, and see a great documentary. You can read the Front Porch’s review by clicking here. There will be […]