T.R. Witcher

 

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  • 19 years ago | News

    Last April, Melissa Smith paid $300,000 for a condo in Denver's booming Uptown neighborhood. She wishes she hadn't. The garage of the just-finished building at 1767 Pearl Street is already leaking, the hardwood floors inside her condo are a mess, ...

  • 19 years ago | News

    Last winter, the United States experienced the highest natural-gas price surge in its history, an increase of some 400 percent on the wholesale level. In response, the Public Utilities Commission approved several rate-hike requests by the state's ...

  • 19 years ago | Longform

    Amy Potter's balcony offers a commanding view of Battlement Mesa, a Western Slope community named for the imposing geological formation. Most of the few thousand residents of the Grand Valley live there. Potter, a medical assistant, and her retire...

  • 19 years ago | Music News

    As artists go, film composers are often chumps. They rarely pursue their own vision; instead, they're following some director's agenda, trying to match their music to edited pieces of celluloid they had no hand in creating. Blending in usually cou...

  • 19 years ago | News

    East Village isn't the only turf war on downtown's northeastern edge. The largest empty parcel of land in the neighborhood sits at the corner of 22nd and Washington streets, directly behind the Safeway and right across the street from East Village...

  • 19 years ago | Longform

    Earlier this month, city planners, neighborhood activists and assorted bureaucrats gathered around three tables in a community meeting room. At the center of each table was a huge black-and-white aerial photograph of the northeastern edge of downt...

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