Hey there. We’ve got some bonus items in the roundup today that don’t appear in the newsletter. Highly recommend you check out the piece on the rental market.
New criticism of the housing plan, explained
“People talk about gossip, politics, everything around coffee,” said Ethiopian coffee purveyor Sara Gebre.
Comal Kitchen, the social enterprise founded to give residents of Globeville and Elyria-Swansea a leg up into entrepreneurship, launched new Ethiopian coffee offerings this week.
Sara Gebre is the collective’s newest member, and the first to come from outside Comal’s normal north Denver focus area. She’ll be serving up traditionally-made coffee on Thursdays between 2:30 p.m. and 5 p.m. each week, delivered with cookies and urns flowing with incense.
The city of Denver is using peer pressure to fight climate change.
The city of Denver is using peer pressure to fight climate change: A new map published by the city rates the energy efficiency of the largest buildings in Denver. So far, it appears that buildings here are more energy efficient than the national average.
Good morning. Temperatures are warming right up to 60 degrees in Denver today, according to the National Weather Service. It should be a sunny day.
Another cold front will arrive on Saturday, bringing a chance of very light snow or light freezing drizzle to the Front Range on Saturday night and Sunday morning.
The weather next week will return to warm and dry until another cold front and some potential precipitation on Thursday.
Hart will take the place of Allison Eid, who was appointed to Denver’s federal appeals court by President Donald Trump.
Gov. John Hickenlooper has picked University of Colorado law professor Melissa Hart to fill an opening on the Colorado Supreme Court.
Hart will take the place of Allison Eid, who was appointed to Denver’s federal appeals court by President Donald Trump. She filled the vacancy left by Neil Gorsuch, who stepped down after being nominated to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Whether or not it feels like real snow in your heart is entirely different matter.
Last night’s dusting of snow was just enough to officially end Denver’s more than two-month run without measurable snow.
The National Weather Service’s Boulder office recorded 0.4 inches at Denver International Airport.
Not much, but it counts.