Homelessness: Denver’s Road Home was supposed to cure chronic homelessness in a decade. It didn’t, and now the chickens have come home to roost.
The 16th Street Mall: All too often, they’re roosting on the 16th Street Mall, and what was once a bright spot has become a blight on downtown.
Denver International Airport Redo: DIA has big plans for moving security and making over the Jeppesen Terminal. But does Denver really need another shopping mall?
I-70: While skiers slow traffic on I-70 West to a crawl, the action could be fast and furious once the Colorado Department of Transportation finally releases the long-postponed EIS on the Record of Decision for the I-70 East project in north Denver.
National Western Stock Show stampedes into Denver this week, stirring up plenty of dust — and questions about how that big new complex will be funded.
The Denver Performing Arts Complex: The lodging tax that will help pay for the National Western Complex will also help pay for a redo at the Denver Performing Arts Complex. Maybe the bowels of Boettcher could become DIY space?
The Environment: Signs from Washington, D.C., have environmentalists asking, “What the frack?” While they fight for clean air, clean water and clean politics, they would do well to remember that 2017 marks the 25th anniversary of the deal cut by the Department of Justice with Rockwell International, which had been accused of environmental crimes at Rocky Flats — the former nuclear-weapons plant that’s now set to become a wildlife refuge.