Adrian Miller is a man of many talents and passions -- judging barbecue not least among them. That's not to make light of his other achievements, however. A Denver kid who attended Smoky Hill High School, Miller soon moved on to bigger things, graduating from Stanford University and Georgetown Unive ... More >>
Jose Luis Vazquez Campos has lost his battle to stay in the United States -- for now, at least. Despite a rally and petition stop Campos's deportation, the father of two young boys was unable to process the paperwork to request that his case be closed. Last week, Campos said goodbye to his wife and ... More >>
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Destined for Deportation begins with the personal. Jeanette Vizguerra, a mother of three children who are United States citizens and is now facing deportation, explains that she came to America not for money, but for safety. Her husband drove a bus in Mexico and was hijacked at gunpoint three times ... More >>
Gerardo Noriega.Gerardo Noriega, a 21-year-old Smoky Hill High School graduate, now knows he won't be deported to Mexico in the near future, but his future is still in limbo. As part of the immigration review pilot program currently underway in Denver, Noriega was granted administrative closu ... More >>
Gerardo Noriega.Laura Lichter, president-elect of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, describes prosecutorial discretion in the context of a police officer witnessing a bank robbery and jay-walking at the same time and knowing to stop the bank robber first. This is essentially the p ... More >>
Gerardo Noriega.Gerardo Noriega, a twenty-year-old Smoky Hill High School graduate, will be able to stay with his family until at least December 5. He was granted a continuation at his second deportation hearing in Federal Immigration Court today. Noriega moved to Colorado when he was nine a ... More >>
Vizguerra.Jeanette Vizguerra, a small business owner, community leader and mother of three citizen children, will have to wait until 8:30 a.m. on July 13 to find out if she will be allowed to stay in this country. Vizguerra's final deportation hearing was scheduled to take place at 8:30 this ... More >>
A magnet for controversy since opening its doors last fall, Perky Cups, the Aurora coffee shop notorious for its teeny-weenie-bikini baristas, called it quits today. Reportedly, the closure was due to a rent dispute, but the shop's case certainly wasn't helped along by Aurora Councilwoman Mo ... More >>
This sign should be coming down soon.Tavern Congress Park, a new bar and restaurant planned for the former Neighborhood Flix Cinema & Cafe inside the Lowenstein complex (2510 East Colfax), will be the next in a series of outlets run by Denver's Tavern Hospitality Group -- which also owns the ... More >>
During the run-up to the Grammy awards, local media types went on and on about various nominees with links to Colorado -- not just performers who still live in these parts, like members of the Fray, but also those reared here, such as India.Arie. But when it came to coverage of the Academy Awards, l ... More >>
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