Denver Black Friday and holiday shopping hours

It’s retailers’ most wonderful time of the year.

Part of the proceeds from Denver Pavilions holiday carousel benefit the Food Bank of the Rockies. (Chloe Aiello/Denverite)
Part of the proceeds from Denver Pavilions holiday carousel benefit the Food Bank of the Rockies. (Chloe Aiello/Denverite)

It’s retailers’ most wonderful time of the year.

The holiday shopping season is upon us and many of the stores in the metro area are once again ready to start their big deals on the day before Black Friday — or as it was formerly known, Thanksgiving night.


Colorado lawmakers will review workplace harassment policies

Leaders of the Democrat-led House and Republican-led Senate announced Tuesday the review will involve outside parties in their analysis of the Legislature’s workplace harassment policy.

Colorado’s legislative leaders plan to review their procedures on identifying, reporting and addressing workplace harassment after several allegations of sexual misconduct involving lawmakers.


An estimated 27,000 units of affordable housing won’t get built in Colorado under the GOP’s current tax plan

The Republican tax plan could have a major impact on private funding for affordable housing projects, and Colorado would be one of the most affected states.

A media tour of the Broadway Renaissance Lofts, 2075 Broadway, Oct. 30, 2017. (Andrew Kenney/Denverite) supportive housing; affordable housing; five points; ballpark;
The Broadway Renaissance Lofts, 2075 Broadway, provide supportive housing for chronically homeless adults. (Andrew Kenney/Denverite)

The Republican tax plan could have a major impact on private funding for affordable housing projects, and Colorado would be one of the most affected states, according to an analysis by Novogradac & Co., an accounting firm that specializes in real estate.



Gov. Hickenlooper says he will not pardon Nathan Dunlap

“We are not considering Nathan Dunlap,” the governor said Monday. “Not on my list.”

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper said Monday he has no plans to consider convicted killer Nathan Dunlap’s efforts to commute his death sentence.

Hickenlooper briefly addressed the case during a news conference in which he announced pardons for 22 individuals he said had served their time, rebuilt their lives and are contributing to their communities.