Readers’ Choice: Stories about Denver, selected by you.

Every week, Denverite’s Readers’ Choice series delves into topics selected by the public.

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Every week, Denverite’s Readers’ Choice series delves into topics selected by the public.

Here is the running list of stories that we’ve written based off of topics voted for by our readers and questions that we’ve received.

Farmers markets

Everything you need to know about Denver-area farmers markets
In-season cooking: Asparagus fritters from Morning Collective chef Joe Strelnik

Space

Boulder explorers watch the auroras as Juno passes Jupiter

Basements

Most Denver homes have basements, and many of the ones that don’t are condos

Bugs

LOOK: What the Butterfly Pavilion’s fluttery new exhibit teaches us about Colorado ecosystems

Authentic cuisine

Where’s the most authentic food in Denver? Also: What’s authentic food?

Bike lanes

How many miles of Denver bike lanes are near you and how it relates to income

Faith

KPOF: The neon Sherman Street sign marking the legacy of a racist feminist preacher

Flowers

LOOK: An archive of pressed flowers (and weeds) at the Denver Botanic Gardens reflects changing temperatures

Cults

That time Denver fell in love with a guy who tore up flags and declared himself the new Jesus

Sidewalks

Why Denver has so many flagstone sidewalks

Neon

Denver’s neon signs are in danger of vanishing, but there’s still hope for preservation

Urban wildlife

Denver airport rabbits have to eat something, and cars in the economy lot are something
Wildlife photographers’ five favorite places to spot wild animals near Denver

Death

History, spectres and fallen angels: An evening in Denver’s oldest cemetery

Bike lanes

LOOK: Denver’s newest bike lanes, a visual tour

Food deserts

Here’s where Denver’s food deserts are, and what the city is doing about them

Cost of living

How does Denver’s cost of living compare to 4 other cities?

Public transportation

Denver public transportation according to a radio host, a councilperson, and the owners of a bike shop and a cafe

Homelessness

PHOTOS: Two young women documented their journeys through homelessness in Denver

Stephanie Snyder

Author: Stephanie Snyder

Stephanie Snyder is Denverite's engagement specialist — focusing on social media, audience development and finding creative ways to connect with readers. Like many, she is an enthusiastic Denver transplant after working as a journalist in New York City, Southern California, Washington, D.C., and her hometown — Phoenix.