Philadelphia native Kristin Pazulski has been a Renaissance faire wench, a reporter, an espresso-shot slinger, editor of a homeless newspaper, and more. After two years as editor and executive director of the Denver VOICE, she served as marketing coordinator for Lighthouse Writers Workshop and freelanced for Westword and Confluence-Denver.com. She currently works as a grant writer for the “I Have a Dream” Foundation of Boulder County.
2 days ago | Open and Shut Cases
The bagel sensation Rosenberg's Bagels & Delicatessen is going to have a gluteny friend next door by early next year. A new bakery, The Rolling Pin, is the brainchild of Rosenberg's current pastry chef, Jay Thomas. If all goes as planned—which...
3 days ago | News
Denver's Road Home is nearing the end of its first decade, and the program, tied to a federal goal of ending chronic homelessness in ten years, clearly still has a long way to go. A recent audit confirmed that the city has not done enough with the...
18 days ago | News
Homeless advocates across Colorado hope to combat local laws banning individuals from sitting on sidewalks and sleeping on the street with a proposal scheduled to be heard in the House Veterans and Military Affairs Committee on April 15. If approv...
24 days ago | News
This year marks the tenth anniversary of Denver's Road Home, the city's ten-year plan to end homelessness. But homelessness continues, and now Denver’s Road Home and Mayor Michael Hancock's office have launched a series of community meetings aroun...
1 month ago | News
The new behavioral health services center to serve mainly homeless individuals is one step closer to becoming a reality with the release of a Request for Proposal from the city for a service provider. In December, the city approved the purchase of...
1 month ago | Crowdfunding
After hosting the Handmade Homemade Market (HaHo), a venture that has helped launch dozens of small craft businesses, Stephen Toma and Dani Lanworthy are taking their concept to the next level with a shared workspace. But they need a Kic...