The counterculture hangout Mutiny Information Café faced closure by the city, until a grassroots effort emerged to save it within 24 hours.
AVON — The teacher at the preschool asks for a photo with the artist. As she poses with Pat Milbery, a local passing by on a scooter waves and honks at the muralist’s 40-foot tall paintings covering the cinder-block walls of the rec center. “Your kids have been watching for three weeks. What do they […]
When Denver gift shop owner Erika Righter asked her Facebook friends if anyone wanted to sponsor a muralist to paint Hope Tank’s front window during Women’s History month, the response showed her how powerful a small community can be. Righter, whose store’s sales plummeted as foot traffic along Broadway in the usually busy Baker neighborhood […]
GRAND JUNCTION — Linda McBride couldn’t sleep one night last May. She was too busy doing math in her head. Multiply 100 by 1,000. Do it over and over again. Repeat. And repeat. She was trying to wrap her head around the enormity of 120,000 — at that time, the number of people who had […]
Stephanie Kane is a lawyer and award-winning author of six crime novels. Born in Brooklyn, New York, she came to Colorado as a freshman at CU. She owned and ran a karate studio in Boulder and is a second-degree black belt. After graduating from law school, she was a corporate partner at a top Denver […]