Category Archives: neighborhoods

Auraria, Rhythm of the Neighborhood

This is Carlos Fresquez’ digital story titled “Rhythm of the Neighborhood” from the Colorado History Museum’s Imagine a Great City: Denver at 150 exhibit. This story was made in a workshop facilitated by The Center for Digital Storytelling’s Denver office. … Continue reading

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Chuck’s Do-Nuts: Two Perspectives

Cliff Whitehouse: Sometimes, you want the glass window painted “Chuck’s Donuts,” the spring-slammed screen door, the poorly-drawn dinosaur on the smoke-yellowed walls, the curled Polaroids, the cathedral-high ceiling and time-tortured floor, veterans astride rusty barstools, the unseen Chinese baker and … Continue reading

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The Henry Roth Houses on Fox Street

by Michael Thornton This is a statement submitted in an application for a house in the Baker neighborhood to be placed on the National Register of Historic Places. As a result of this successful application a new term for the … Continue reading

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The Last Great Coffeehouse?

The Muddy’s idea began in 1975 as the brainchild of Joe DeRose. It started as a debating club for a few graduate students from Colorado University. They found a place in an old downtown hotel that was on the lower … Continue reading

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Livin’ at the Rex

Matt and Murph still live in the Berkeley Park neighborhood of North Denver. More of Matt Holman’s cartoons can be seen on his website, Square 1 Comics.

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