They had a dream. And they still do. And there’s another film on Dearfield.

When most people zip along U.S. 34 about 25 miles east of Greeley, the little Dearfield sign is a mere green blip, the three grayed wooden structures mere ruins, the scrub land mere dirt that could not possibly support life. In 1910, O.T. Jackson and others decided to follow a national trend and begin a black …

Some things are better when bigger: All of Red Rocks should be a Denver historic district.

At the Denver Landmark Preservation Commission meeting earlier this week, Red Rocks’ new stage cover design was approved. The cover erected in 1988 has drawn complaints for 30 years, and for good reason.  An aspect of the new stage cover elicited some questions, but the commissioners approved the design. (The photo shows the existing cover, …

Wait a week, OK?

There I was ready to stock up on snacks to watch tonight’s Denver City Council meeting, when I supposed the members of council would address the mayor’s veto of repealing the ban on pit bulls in Denver. But no: Instead, the Denver City Council will take on this issue next Monday, February 24. I’m sure …