A triumvirate of blogs about D-town.
In his recap of the Nuggets' comfortable squashing of the Clippers last night, the Nugg Doctor's Nick Sclafani points out that eleven of the team's next twelve games are against sub .500 opponents. Which should be a good thing, but isn't always.
Ken at Denver Infill ranks the Downtown Denver Historic District number seven on the top ten urbanist achievements of the past decade in the city. If you build it, they will come.
The Colorado Independent's David O. Williams notes state senator Mike Kopp's excitement over the lack of progress being made toward repair of bridges in the state. Yay! Can we watch them crumble in slow motion?
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