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Gentrification is changing Denver’s schools. This initiative aims to do something...

A citywide effort to review how rapid gentrification is changing Denver’s public schools — and come up with ideas to combat the most pernicious...

How the face of Denver Public Schools is changing, explained in...

This story originally appeared in Chalkbeat Colorado.  Colorado’s largest school district continues to grow, though not at the same breakneck pace that saw Denver Public...

The Indy’s Tina Griego discusses a changing Denver on Colorado Public...

  Tina Griego, The Colorado Independent’s new managing editor, appeared on Colorado Public Radio this morning to discuss “Gone to Market,” her recent essay about...

Denver City Council votes tonight on permanent funding stream for affordable...

Denver City Council will vote tonight for the final time on a proposed dedicated fund for affordable housing. The fund, which is part of...

“What it was can never again be”: Readers respond to ‘Gone...

Readers had a lot to say about “Gone to Market,” Tina Griego’s first story for The Colorado Independent. The story, part personal, part policy, describes...

Griego: Gone to Market

This past spring, I received a marketing postcard from my former real estate agent in Denver. The card was one of those oversized, glossy...

Elyria-Swansea residents to CDOT: leave us alone!

Donna Garduno has no intention of moving quietly. Her small home is in north Denver’s Elyria-Swansea, a mostly low-income, Latino neighborhood where her family has...

Fire burns Catholic Workers out of Five Points. Development booms

DENVER -- The fire that coursed up the stairs of the Catholic Worker House last week, pushing 12 people into the streets, did far...

The parable of gentrification

Marta Gonzales sits in what was the dining room of her former house at 1020 9th Street, Denver. She remembers what life was like...

Clash over DIY housing pits activists against city of Denver: Here’s...

Raided It was always going to get shut down. This weekend, a village of hand-built tiny homes sprung up at 2500 Lawrence St., a city-owned plot of land...
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