Issue 44

New Light Rail at Eastbridge Town Center to Bring Eastbridge Residents to 29th Street Town Center

New Light Rail at Eastbridge Town Center to Bring Eastbridge Residents to 29th Street Town Center

Forest City recently approved what appears to be its biggest effort to appease disgruntled Eastbridge residents in regards to the lack of an Eastbridge town center. Several years after the town center was to be completed, Forest City has finalized plans that will place a light rail station in the mostly barren Eastbridge “town center.” […]

Stapleton MCA Accused of Purebred Supremacy

Stapleton MCA Accused of Purebred Supremacy

After the release of the 2013 Stapleton MCA dog calendar, one resident has raised the question about discrimination of mixed breed dogs that reside in the neighborhood. This community member is Kari Stevens, the owner of two mixed breed canines. We have decided to publish Kari’s exact words. What follows is her personal account of […]

Stapleton Family has Successful Thanksgiving Morning Prairie Dog Hunt

Stapleton Family has Successful Thanksgiving Morning Prairie Dog Hunt

In what has become a Kimball family tradition, the Kimballs dress up in their hunting garb, grab their BB guns, pellet guns, and bows and arrows and head to one of the many Stapleton prairie dog hot spots. “We have been pretty lucky in that we try a new area every year,” said Eric Kimball. […]

Resident Thinks Neighbor is “a Big Dick” for Already Putting up Christmas Lights

Resident Thinks Neighbor is “a Big Dick” for Already Putting up Christmas Lights

A Stapleton resident who asked to remain anonymous is furious with his neighbor who put his Christmas lights up immediately Friday morning, calling him among other things, “a big dick.” “Seriously, Friday morning?” questioned the resident. “As soon as I saw that stuff going up, I knew my weekend was fried. Can’t he wait at […]

Stapleton Adults Kick Crap out of Kids in Thanksgiving Morning Football Game

Stapleton Adults Kick Crap out of Kids in Thanksgiving Morning Football Game

For the fifth year in a row, the parents of the annual Stapleton Thanksgiving football game at Central Park were dominant, winning 63-0, and injuring at least five kids. “We played our hearts out today,” said parent Luke Bianco (37). “The adults came prepared today, and that preparation showed. I feel a little bad for […]

Stapleton Dad Didn’t Realize Black Friday is Bad Day to “Grab a Few Things”

Stapleton Dad Didn’t Realize Black Friday is Bad Day to “Grab a Few Things”

Andy Ott needed to head out of the house last Friday to get a few simple things he had had on his list including batteries, paper towels, bananas, and catsup. His wife Tessa had warned him that Target would be “pretty crazy” but Andy insisted on going believing that his items would not be in […]

Stapleton Unicycling Group Just as Dorky as it Sounds

Stapleton Unicycling Group Just as Dorky as it Sounds

Stapleton residents have created several groups to make each resident feel like they are a part of something and to find friends with common interests. There are several exercise groups, running groups, biking groups, singles groups, dinner clubs, wine clubs, guys night out groups, and even a kite club. But things became a little dorkier […]