Denver can give others good advice, even if it’s bad news.

And it’s all about Ferrovial. Yesterday, I went on STLToday.com to read about the baseball Cardinals’ smashingly superb one inning and what happens next. But what diverted me was a story about the fact that company Ferrovial wants to manage work for St. Louis’ airport, Lambert Field. Ferrovial is known here as one of DIA’s …

The lay of the land is good, bad and ugly on Brighton Boulevard.

This week, Denverite posted a numerous stories on aspects about Brighton Boulevard, from development to developers to art, the last item we all know is dwindling away. Series like this are fun to read, like a kaleidoscope where so many issues can come together to create a personality. So, there are many links below, starting …

You can’t know what you don’t know — especially dealing with painful images.

If you read publications and watch TV news, you know that there are people in the world (including the Denver area) who do miserable things, including painting or burning hate symbols on peoples’ property. Some hate symbols are easy to recognize, but others? No. This is why the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) recently sent out information …

It didn’t go out with a bang, but not a whimper, either. It’s about preservation.

Last night, Denver City Council approved an updated landmark ordinance more than a year in the making. A task force of 16 people began discussing changes and updates to an ordinance that  was put in place in 1967 and designed to protect Denver’s best buildings. The first task force meeting was in March 2018, and …