Issue 34

Busted: FBI Sting Reveals Stapleton Moms as Crime Organization

Busted: FBI Sting Reveals Stapleton Moms as Crime Organization

After almost seven years investigating the suspicious activity of the Yahoo! Group Stapleton Moms, the FBI has handed down hundreds of indictments to women all across this upper middle class community in Denver. For almost a decade, Stapleton Moms has been under the guise of selling used items, asking for advice, commenting on local politics, […]

Frustrated Stapleton Residents Ditch Low Flow Toilets for Outhouses, Port-A-Lets

Frustrated Stapleton Residents Ditch Low Flow Toilets for Outhouses, Port-A-Lets

Going green is important for our environment and it can certainly make you feel good when you do your part. Using a kegorator as opposed to buying bottles and cans, recycling, driving a hybrid, and carefully monitoring your water use are all examples of what individuals can do. There are also drawbacks to going green.

New Signs Prove Effective at Slowing Traffic

New Signs Prove Effective at Slowing Traffic

Recently, new signs have been popping up in Stapleton neighborhoods in an effort to slow traffic. There are still an abundance of the turtle signs that we have become accustomed to in Stapleton as well as the “slow children at play” signs. The new signs simply seem to be more successful at slowing traffic.

Stapleton Families Ditching Current Homes for Younger, More Attractive Models

Stapleton Families Ditching Current Homes for Younger, More Attractive Models

With banks finally willing to loan homebuyers a few bucks, Stapleton homes are once again flying off the shelf like flapjacks. Some buyers are new to Stapleton, moving to Bluff Lake in Eastbridge looking for better schools for their kids, and of course they await the much anticipated town center “opening next year.” Many of […]

Six to Eight Month Olds Achieve “Really Fun Age” Status

Six to Eight Month Olds Achieve “Really Fun Age” Status

After almost a three decade struggle, the committee in charge of relegating “really fun age” status to children succumbed to the pressure of thousands of parents giving six to eight month olds the coveted status. “My daughter is now 23,” says Barbara Miller who was one of the thousands of parents petitioning for years to […]

Stapleton Book Club Finally Stops Pretending It’s About the Books

Stapleton Book Club Finally Stops Pretending It’s About the Books

A prominent Stapleton book club has turned the page, pulled the cork, and decided to become a wine club.  Members report that the reading material has been well written, but really depressing.  Recent selections include The Help, Room, Any Country Song, and The Economy. The book club members took turns hosting the gatherings in their […]

Letter from the Editor: Speed Bump or Motocross Ramp? Residents Struggle with New East MLK Obstacle

Letter from the Editor: Speed Bump or Motocross Ramp? Residents Struggle with New East MLK Obstacle

What the hell is that bump on the bridge on East MLK? Is it a speed bump very poorly placed? Did the constant patrolling and speed traps not slow people down? Please tell me this was simply a road construction error that will be fixed. Was it placed there to help spill people’s drinks? Is […]