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David Stauffer

Help Save La Alma Lincoln Park History

CLICK HERE TO DONATE La Alma-Lincoln Park Neighborhood Association (LPNA) is working to document the historical significance and architectural character of one of Denver’s oldest and oft-neglected neighborhoods. Historic Denver has granted us $10,0
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La Alma Connection Press Release

For Immediate Release Arts Street Stella Yu, stella.yu@arts-street.org, 303-825-1334 July 27, 2015 National Endowment for the Arts, Rose Community Foundation and Denver Arts & Venues Creative Youth Take Flight: La Alma Connectionv join hands wit
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Arts Street Awarded Grant to Plan for Art on 10th Avenue

With the Mariposa redevelopment taking shape, the infrastructure for a vibrant commercial connection between the 10th and Osage light rail station and the Art District on Santa Fe is in place. Master planning for the redevelopment called for greater
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Party in the Park is this Saturday, Jun 20 @ 11am – 2pm

The La Alma Lincoln Park Neighborhood Association (LPNA) has been working to activate La Alma Lincoln Park, to improve safety, and to raise awareness of the expected pressures from a boom in residential and commercial development nearby.  On the 3r
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Public Input Wanted for La Alma Lincoln Park Planning

    LPNA has been working hard to activate the park and draw some attention to the needs of our rapidly growing community. This is a VERY IMPORTANT OPPORTUNITY for neighborhood residents to engage with the Denver Park Planning Dept and sha

Behind the Flower: Youth on Record Studios at Mariposa [Denver Post]

Music education group Youth on Record to open Denver facility By Matt Miller  The Denver Post POSTED:   05/09/2015 12:01:00 AM MDT   Twenty-year-old Aaron Vaughn, left, watches as Oliver Iverson, 18, checks out Vaughn’s produced music on
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Denver Open Media- Support a Neighborhood Asset

Annual Breakfast Fundraiser Wed may 13th, 2015 7:30-8:30AM 360 Acoma St. Denver CO 80223
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The Creatives of Colorado High School Charter and Arts Street

After spending a little time with Stella last weekend, helping to paint a Butterfly for LPNA’s upcoming art installation in the park, I was struck by three similar images hanging on the wall at Arts Street. The timeline represented is a demonst
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Broadway Park: The Denver Bears’ First Home in La Alma Lincoln Park [LincolnParkHistory.wordpress.com]

Broadway Park, at the intersection of 6th Avenue and the Cherry Creek, the most southwesterly corner of  today’s La Alma Lincoln Park neighborhood, was the original home field of the Denver Bears. The prominent field also hosted the first
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