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Past articles by Liz:

Breweries say pandemic pivots are paying off

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many local businesses to make tough decisions, and breweries are no exception. → Read More

Union for RTD employees calls Denver Union Station a 'hellhole,' but agency promises to step up security

The union representing more than 2,000 RTD employees didn't hold back when expressing frustration and outrage over the conditions at Denver's Union Station. → Read More

'My rolling palace': Colorado resident describes living out of RV on city streets

Alice Kelly lovingly refers to her 1984 Winnebago as the "rolling palace." It's more than an RV — it's her home. → Read More

Church partners with Habitat for Humanity to create affordable housing in Aurora

A partnership with an Aurora church and Habitat for Humanity will create 20 affordable homes priced under $300,000. → Read More

Building that houses popular Denver cafe listed for sale, possible redevelopment

The building that houses a Denver cafe with a 40-year history has been listed for sale and possible redevelopment. → Read More

Denver Art Museum shows off new $175M renovation

Visitors at the Denver Art Museum can expect an entirely new experience as they explore the reimagined campus. → Read More

Debate over solutions for Denver sidewalks front and center once again

City council members toured a Denver neighborhood on Monday to get a feel of how bad some of the city's sidewalks are. → Read More

Meow Wolf's new Denver location is ready to welcome guests, but first, a sneak peek

The immersive experience inside Meow Wolf's Convergence Station, which opens Friday, is hard to describe but it involves a freak cosmic event that merged four different worlds from different universes. → Read More

'They knew it was wrong': Thief steals from 11-year-old popsicle vendor

Last weekend, an 11-year-old entrepreneur, known as The Popsicle Man, had his cooler and cash box stolen. → Read More

Eight cars stolen from family-owned auto dealer in one night

The owners of a family-owned car dealership are devastated after eight vehicles were stolen in one night. They say someone got into the dealership overnight and that person was caught on surveillance video stealing car keys. → Read More

Neighbors worry plan to develop parking lot will wipe out prairie dog colony

A prairie dog colony could be in jeopardy if a proposal to develop a parking lot moves forward. The Arapahoe County Board of Commissioners is set to take up the rezoning application during its board meeting on Tuesday, July 27. → Read More

Pandemic causes Denver pay-what-you-can cafe to have its busiest year yet

The past year took the lunch rush at a pay-what-you-can cafe to a new level. SAME Cafe which stands for 'So All May Eat' experienced its busiest year yet in 2020 as the COVID-19 pandemic caused financial hardships for Denver area families. → Read More

Colorado landlords left waiting on payment from emergency rental assistance program

During the COVID-19 pandemic much of the discussion around housing has been focused on eviction moratoriums and programs to help tenants stay in their homes but frustration is mounting as landlords stare down mounting debt from unpaid rent. → Read More

Budget cuts and unfilled positions are impacting Denver parks

Over the past year Denverites along with the rest of the country have spent a lot of time outside. → Read More

Tiny Town reopens Memorial Day Weekend, manager thanks viewers who stepped up to donate

This time last year, the general manager of Tiny Town in Morrison was worried about their future because the park was running out of money and was unable to open due to COVID-19 restrictions. But Tiny Town will once again kick off the season by welcoming visitors Memorial Day weekend. → Read More

Denver homeowners see rising property values as assessments hit mailboxes

Jennifer Neuhalfen recently received a text message from a friend who exclaimed "holy moly!" as they compared letters from the Denver Assessor's Office. As Neuhalfen's friend lamented about the increase, she shared that the assessed value on her home jumped by nearly 34%. → Read More

Colorado businesses scramble to apply for $28.6 billion Restaurant Revitalization Fund

Anticipation was high on a rainy Monday morning as the team at Frasca Hospitality gathered around several computers waiting to apply for the Restaurant Revitalization Fund. → Read More

Colorado living organ donor gives gift of life twice

Taira Foster is a registered nurse who loves traveling with her husband, if you met her you would have no idea that she donated two organs but she would probably be quick to tell you about it. → Read More

Colorado bill would give rebates to event organizers

A new bill would help Colorado's hard hit event industry by providing a rebate to event organizers. → Read More

Casa Bonita hopes to reopen by Memorial Day, even as bankruptcy proceedings are underway

Casa Bonita could be open by Memorial Day, according to the restaurant's parent company. The President of Summit Family Restaurants, Bob Wheaton, says reopening the beloved Colorado landmark is a daunting task after being closed for more than a year. → Read More