The great white whale is waiting — at some point in 2021.

Over the past 6-or-so months, I have been wrapped up dealing with health, food, keeping touch with friends, devouring politics, a churning stomach because of this administration, and on and on. So when I encounter something from, say, last June or November, it seems to be from the Stone Age. Earlier this week, BusinessDen featured …

Carmen Court will be reviewed by Denver City Council to decide if the condos will be considered a landmark. At the end of this post, I will clear up a mistake.

On Tuesday, August 4, the Denver Landmark Preservation Commission meeting concerning Carmen Court was well attended. There were some speakers who did not believe Carmen Court should be landmarked. There were more speakers who did believe Carmen Count should be landmarked. One speaker said it needed “a higher bar.” A few also sided with the …

Carmen Court has been written about everywhere. But Tuesday it is getting its time in the sun.

The future of Carmen Court, at 900 East 1st Avenue, will be the main issue on Tuesday’s meeting of the Denver Landmark Preservation Commission. I expect it will be interesting, infuriating, and downright incredibly eye-opening. After all, the three people who chipped in money to cover the application weeks ago to designate Carmen Court as …

A tricky situation faced the 16th Street Mall at Monday night’s meeting of Denver City Council. It took a long time to talk.

With too many interruptions, this is sort of late, but we now know how complicated it is to fund the “new” 16th Street Mall. Two of the bills for final consideration earlier this week pretty much sailed through with votes, involving funding from RTD and the Board of Water Commissioners. But the third bill – …

Remember this? It is a reminder of March 2020, and now it is July 2020.

There is still quite a bit of uncertainty, but we now have new concerns. The administration under President Trump has decided to not send statistics about COVID-19 to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Instead, this information is to be sent to the Department of Health and Services, a totally different entity. The CDC …

The clock is ticking for Morey Middle School vs. the encampment circling Morey.

A good thing the powers-that-be learned when Morey Middle School was going to open up for teachers. When city officials thought that Morey was going to open up on Aug. 17 for students, actually the teachers will be going in to the school building on July 20. As of today, the teachers will show up …