By Kathryn White Four affordable housing projects recently received City Council approval to move forward. 4710 N. Lincoln St. and 4748 N. Leaf Ct. Tierra Colectiva received rezoning approval Oct. 11 that allows for a […]
By Allen Cowgill The Denver Department of Transportation and Infrastructure (DOTI) will host a community meeting Nov. 16 to present plans for safety improvements to Josephine Street and York Street in Elyria-Swansea. The meeting will […]
By Kathryn White Every year from mid-September to mid-November, a formal process unfolds between the City Council, the mayor and members of the public that determines how the city’s annual budget will be allocated. The […]
By Maia Luem, BusinessDen Call it a pup crawl. The warehouse site that has gradually become more retail-focused is gaining a dog park and taproom. Skiptown, based in Charlotte, North Carolina, will open at 3833 […]
By Christen Aldridge Brick City Boxing Academy and Birdseed Collective were among several nonprofits recently awarded grants from the Denver Economic Development & Opportunity division of Neighborhood Equity & Stabilization (NEST) to continue their impactful […]
By City Council Member Sarah Parady Hello, GES community! I’m honored to serve you as one of your at-large members on City Council. Before entering elected office this year, I began my career at Colorado [...]
By Kathryn White Bloom, a new interactive exhibit for newborns and toddlers, opened Oct. 16 at the Children’s Museum of Denver. The nature-inspired space features details designed to promote many types of learning and play: […]
Introducing the G.E.S. Gazette, a new bilingual publication for the Globeville, Elyria, and Swansea neighborhoods and RiNo Art District!
Each month, the G.E.S. Gazette will bring news about local politics, community happenings, arts & culture, and more to residents. The G.E.S. Gazette is a new publication from the creators of The Denver North Star, an award-winning community newspaper focused on the North Denver community West of I-25.
8,000 copies each month. 7,200 of those are mailed directly to homes and businesses in the 80216 zip code within Denver. The other 800 will be available at local businesses, libraries and other community locations for visitors to pick up and learn more about businesses and news in the area.
No corporate ownership means that the news is written by and for local residents and you won’t see the same “local” news story run in the G.E.S. Gazette and a half dozen other community papers.
The professional, experienced team behind the paper means each issue will be completed and delivered every month on schedule, with nonbiased relevant information.