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LIFE City Council: Denver City Council’s policy and budget vision

The City and County of Denver is vibrant and thriving—ranked number one on U.S. News & World Report’s inaugural Best Places to Live rankings for its value, strong job market and high quality of life. Along with this success comes growth, and with that, some challenges.

LIFE letter from a volunteer, February 2017: reading gets results

We continue to receive numerous submissions in response to our call for narratives about volunteering with worthy organizations. It is with great pleasure we share the narrative of Cindy Rigot who began volunteering with high-needs youth through a very personal connection. We hope you enjoy the read. Cindy will receive a $50 gift card to Pete's Greek Town Cafe. Volunteer with an organization you think needs profiling? Write a narrative about your experiences and submit to editor@lifeoncaphill.com.

State of your union: taking Valentine’s Day personally

Valentine's can seem like a holiday of obligation. Will we meet our sweethearts’ expectations? It can be hard work, and we don’t even get off of our day jobs for this “holiday.” While 55 percent of Americans said they celebrated it in one fashion or another in 2016, that’s down from the typical two-thirds in recent years, according to the National Retail Federation.

LIFE Business, February 2017: let's begin with brunch...

Denver is mad for brunch. Long waits for plate of eggs Benedict at Snooze, Jelly and other a.m. eateries provide visual documentation, so it’s no surprise to find a new addition to the a.m. dining scene. I’m starting this month’s column with a trip to the eastern slice of LIFE’s coverage area. Residents on the east side of town will be thrilled to see DJ’s Colfax Café, now open in the former Red Octave space, East Colfax Avenue and Eudora Street.

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