Issue 121

Stapleton Dad Realizes Wife Not Using Wizardry to Get Kids Ready for School

Stapleton Dad Realizes Wife Not Using Wizardry to Get Kids Ready for School

Stapleton dad Ben Kimball is like many other working parents in Stapleton. He gets up early, and is out the door by around seven so he can be at his office by eight. “Sometimes, I get up and go to the gym before work, so leave by 5:30, and then just go straight to the […]

DPS to Direct All School Related Questions to Stapleton Social Media Sites

DPS to Direct All School Related Questions to Stapleton Social Media Sites

Tom Boasberg recently stated a major change in policy in regards to questions and answers for the Denver Public school system. Moving forward, Boasberg says Denver Public Schools will longer field questions via telephone or email, and all inquiries will be redirected. “It seems residents in the Denver community of Stapleton have all of the […]

CAB Diversity Report:  West and East Stapleton to Change Names to “Black” and “White” Stapleton, Respectively

CAB Diversity Report: West and East Stapleton to Change Names to “Black” and “White” Stapleton, Respectively

Some information from the CAB diversity report was recently released in the Front Porch, and much of the information confirmed what Stapleton residents probably already knew. When compared to the city of Denver, Stapleton has a higher percentage of homeowners, a higher home value, and a higher median income. This information was hardly a revelation […]

Stapleton Mom Feels Life Isn’t Much Different Than Movie Groundhog Day

Stapleton Mom Feels Life Isn’t Much Different Than Movie Groundhog Day

The 1993 movie Groundhog Day follows the life of a news reporter who gets stuck on a particular day, Groundhog Day, and wakes up every day at the same time and place. With Groundhog Day being this week, Stapleton mom Kathy Shaner can’t help but compare the underappreciated film to her own life. “The truth […]

RTD Downs DOC in Contest to Make Havana Exit More Annoying

RTD Downs DOC in Contest to Make Havana Exit More Annoying

The testing of the new Light Rail at Havana and Smith Road has many wishing for the good ol’ days when a trip down Havana meant enjoying the scenic views of not one, but two correctional facilities while waiting your turn at a lengthy four-way stop. Now we get to enjoy those sights even longer […]