Issue 70

Oddly Placed Turn Lane Has Residents Asking, “WTF?”

Oddly Placed Turn Lane Has Residents Asking, “WTF?”

There was a lot of push back on the through streets leading up to their completion, but the truth is, there has not been much of a negative impact on Stapleton residents. In fact, the streets have probably led to more conveniences than inconveniences for residents. “It probably takes 10 minutes off my drive to […]

School Boundary Topic Ruins 17th Stapleton Holiday Party

School Boundary Topic Ruins 17th Stapleton Holiday Party

Andy and Megan Geary host an annual holiday party, usually with a fun theme. This year was no different, as the couple organized another fun gathering for almost 100 friends and neighbors. It is an adult-only party that usually goes into the morning and sometimes gets a little out of hand. “I think sometimes people […]

Wife Updates Will and Estate Plan Day Before Insisting Husband Put Lights Up on Icy Roof

Wife Updates Will and Estate Plan Day Before Insisting Husband Put Lights Up on Icy Roof

Chris Bukatz refused to put Christmas lights up on Thanksgiving weekend because he wanted to enjoy some outdoor activities of his own and did not want to miss the great football games. “I don’t look at 10 day weather forecasts,” said Chris. “So, I had no idea it was going to be freezing for like […]

Black Northfield Santa Just as Exciting as White Santas to Kids

Black Northfield Santa Just as Exciting as White Santas to Kids

There has been a lot of talk recently about the origin, and therefore, color of Santa Claus. Most of the firestorm was caused by highly respected FOX “News” Anchor Megyn Kelly when she emphatically told her late-night audience of young viewers that, “by the way, for all you kids watching at home, Santa just is […]

Faith and Fitness: Cross-fit and Christianity Come Together in Stapleton

Faith and Fitness: Cross-fit and Christianity Come Together in Stapleton

You have probably heard of them by now. They are all over Stapleton – in the parks, the rec center, on Facebook, and in the basement. They are cross fitters. You know about them because they have told you themselves. That’s because the first rule of cross-fit is that the only thing you can talk […]

It’s (Un)Official:  Stapleton is Denver’s Most Popular Neighborhood

It’s (Un)Official: Stapleton is Denver’s Most Popular Neighborhood

According to a recent Denver Post article, Stapleton homes received the most views on Trulia. Capitol Hill was second followed by Cherry Creek. “It is not an exact science,” said Trulia Co-Founder Pete Flint. “However, it will give you a general idea of how often people are looking at what homes and what neighborhoods, so […]

City Park Renovation to Make Central Park Look Like Pile of Crap

City Park Renovation to Make Central Park Look Like Pile of Crap

According to the December issue of the Front Porch, Denver Department of Parks and Recreation plans to create massive play structures all over City Park that will be integrated through a series of trails and tunnels. “This is a very exciting project,” said District 8 Councilman Albus Brooks. “It kicks the crap out of what […]