She stood watering the garden in front of her casita, a small house next door to the home in North Denver’s Witter-Cofield historic district that she has shared with her wife Martha Eubanks for 25 years. Former State Senator Lucía Guzmán, now 76, is transforming the casita into a writing and painting studio just in time for winter. By spring she envisions gatherings of small … [Read more...] about With Nature as Teacher, Former State Senator Lucía Guzmán Has Learned Well
Archives for November 2021
Scarecrows and pumpkins be gone. Christmas is under construction. While many beg to hold back on the jingle bell soundtracks before the turkey hits their plate, merchants can’t stop themselves. The Starbucks signage and Christmas-bedecked cappuccino cups appeared on November 6. Early Santa, elf, gnome, tree ornament and cozy, winter white sweater sightings are beginning to deck … [Read more...] about Keep it in the Ho-Ho-Ho-Hood!
BookBar Buys The Bookies Bookstore If you’re down in Glendale and looking for a bookstore, you may see a familiar friendly face from North Denver. Nicole Sullivan, owner of BookBar on Tennyson St, announced they’ve purchased The Bookies after the passing of the store’s founder and owner, Sue Lubeck. “We weren’t seeking to purchase another bookstore or even contemplating a … [Read more...] about November 2021 News Shorts
Lysa Stewart is on the hunt for employees. The supervisor of Colfax Elementary’s before and after care program said finding people to hire is taking a lot longer than usual. “I’ve seen waves,” Stewart said. “Obviously in 28 years of doing this, I've seen waves. But I haven't seen one like this. This is — this is new.” Denver Public Schools is experiencing a shortage of … [Read more...] about ‘Competition’s at its Highest’ for Education Workers in Denver Public Schools