In this week's Westword, Jared Jacang Maher writes about One Lincoln Park developer Erik Osborn, who says he can't afford an attorney to defend him against felony charges that he stole money from construction projects. But the public defenders office has refused his request for a lawyer. Why? Osborn’s current home at 7 Polo Club Lane is a massive Italian-style villa on the market for $6.5 million. The 14,841 square foot mansion has four bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a paneled library, a Listen Up home theater, a commercial grade gym with a spa and steam room, a humidor and wine cellar. Let’s take a tour, shall we?
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Revelers put on their green and celebrated St. Patrick's Day at Denver's Streets of London Pub on Saturday, March 14, 2009, because revelers apparently think anyone who talks funny and likes soccer is Irish. Photos by Aaron Thackeray.
The Lingerie Football League -- which is exactly what it sounds like -- expands to Denver this fall, and the Denver Dream held open tryouts on Friday, March 13, 2009 at Dick's Sporting Goods Park. Photos by Aaron Thackeray.
Two days after a Next Top Model casting call drew 1,000 women to downtown Denver, a So You Think You Can Dance tryout drew hundreds to the convention center on Thursday, March 12, 2009. Photos by Jamie Secrest.
As we report in this week's Westword, in 2007 the city of Denver asked a New York gallery to appraise DIA's controversial "Blue Mustang." Here, see the photos the gallery used to value the horse at $2 million.