Issue14

2011 Study: Stapleton Alleys Safer, but Not Safe

2011 Study: Stapleton Alleys Safer, but Not Safe

2009 was a rough year for Stapleton alleys when the “kids that potentially could’ve gotten hurt” totaled 36 Stapleton children. 2010 showed a remarkable turnaround with this number decreasing almost 30%, down to 26. “We really worked hard with the cooperation of the community leaders, the local fire and police departments, as well as the […]

New Restaurant/Bar opens in Havana Town Center

New Restaurant/Bar opens in Havana Town Center

The Gray Bar Saloon opened two weeks ago, and is already becoming a hot spot for Eastbridge residents and many who just got bonded out of jail. “It really gives that urban mix that we have been looking for in Stapleton,” says frequent patron Kevin Stone. “I love being able to ask people what they […]

EaWe Residents Hold Prayer Vigil to End Late Night Prayer Vigils

EaWe Residents Hold Prayer Vigil to End Late Night Prayer Vigils

Residents in EaWe (formerly Eastbridge) have become fed up with the late night prayers taking place near 24th and Wabash. Although the majority of these residents are religious, they do not like it when religion affects their sleep time. “Hey, I love Jesus. I really do,” says resident Jamal Fox. “I just don’t want Him […]

FBI Agent Bemoans Assignment

FBI Agent Bemoans Assignment

After a lifetime of training, discipline, hard work, FBI agent Mike Chavez finds himself depressed, a little lonely, and bored. “When I left Quantico, I couldn’t wait to get out there and start solving murders, hunting for serial killers, busting up organized crime rings, maybe infiltrating a terrorist cell or two and making America safe […]

Kickball Injuries Mostly Emotional

Kickball Injuries Mostly Emotional

The 8th Annual Stapleton Kickball Tournament sponsored by The Stapletonion was another rousing success. Balls were kicked, people were tagged, refs were yelled at, and alas, Champions were crowned (congratulations to Team Spencer). Everything seemed to go fairly smoothly. In fact, even injuries were down. Well, at least the physical ones.

Stapleton’s Most Discriminated Group, Republicans, Prepare for Tough Times

Stapleton’s Most Discriminated Group, Republicans, Prepare for Tough Times

With the November election right around the corner, Stapleton Republicans have been meeting regularly to discuss how they will respond to those yelling at them and stealing their yard signs. All 36 registered Republicans in the Stapleton community have been gathering every Thursday night at the Central Park community room. Some have chosen to go […]

Parents Encourage Gifted Child

Six-year old Ethan has a busy schedule this year. In addition to landing a coveted spot in the competitive advanced gifted and talented first-grade Achievers program at the new Denver Multi-Language School, where he’ll be learning Mandarin Chinese and Hindi, he’s also playing three sports: club ice hockey, Little Kickers soccer and karate, where he’s […]