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48th Annual Denver Oktoberfest Returns in September


Voted “Best in the U.S.” (Maxim, USA Today), Oktoberfest Denver returns for its annual fun-filled fall festival of German food, drink, music, and games on the weekends of September 22-23 and 29-30. The event annually attracts more than 500,000 attendees here and the Denver Oktoberfest goes through twice as many kegs of beer than any other Oktoberfest in the country. Come down to Larimer Street between 20th and 22nd Streets in the BallPark neighborhood and join in the fun! Purchase a commemorative Oktoberfest stein - you’ll look awesome carrying it around, join in the stein hoisting and brat eating competitions, grab some authentic Bavarian food brats, sausages, kielbasa, burgers, kraut, potato salad and slaw, pretzels, strudel, and sweet pastry treats - dine under the big top, listen to live music “round the clock” (two stages), get your polka on at the main stage, for a great time, try keg bowling, and don’t miss the long dog (weiner) race. Above all, keep that stein filled and the beer flowing! Beers will include the Special 48th Annual Denver Oktoberfest Spaten Lager, Franziskaner, Stella Cidre (gluten free), Shock Top and others. Hours are

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11 am to midnight - with Happy Hour specials noon to 2 pm - each day. Entry to the Denver Oktoberfest is free. Beer, wine, and alcohol beverages can be purchased with tickets purchased at the event; food with cash or credit card. There is a VIP ticket package that is available for purchase which includes all you can eat and drink free in the fenced VIP only section, an official Denver Oktoberfest stein, Oktoberfest T-shirt, authentic German hat, and opportunity to view and purchase a wide variety of German imports and craft brews. Best of all, with the package, there is no waiting. Break out the lederhosen, chicken hats, and dirndl beer maid dresses and enjoy this great coming together and having a good time in the grand German tradition of Oktoberfest - right here in downtown Denver. For more information www.thedenveroktoberfest.com

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FYI/Happenings Mayor's Statement on President's Decision to End DACA

Mayor Michael B. Hancock recently released a statement following the decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals: “There are 800,000 youth living in the United States that know no other country but this one. They didn’t choose to be here, but they are here – contributing to this country and making good on the opportunity to pursue the American dream. Ripping them from the only home and life they’ve ever known is a cruel action unbefitting of this great nation. If the President chooses to forfeit his moral leadership with this heartless attempt to score political points, then it’s up to the House of Representatives and Senate to show all Americans that we can still govern with compassion. It’s time for a bipartisan action to protect our DACA youth, and I urge all members of Colorado’s congressional delegation to support that legislation.” En Español:

“En Estados Unidos viven unos 800.000 jóvenes que conocen un solo país: este país. No eligieron venir aquí, pero aquí están, contribuyendo a este país y aprovechando las oportunidades para lograr el sueño americano. Separarlos forzosamente del su único hogar y de la única vida que hasta ahora han conocido es un acto cruel incompatible con esta gran nación. Si el Presidente elige abandonar su liderazgo moral con este inhumano intento de ganar puntos políticos, entonces le corresponde a la Cámara de Representantes y al Senado demostrarles a todos los estadounidenses que todavía podemos gobernar con compasión. Es el momento de acciones bipartidistas para proteger a los jóvenes beneficiados por DACA. Les imploro a los miembros de la delegación congresional de Colorado que respalden esos proyectos de ley.”

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opportunity as much as this country and society need them to reinforce our sometimes-forgotten values of family, culture and community. Squandering their talents by taking actions towards deporting them to countries that they may not remember makes no sense, and is bad for the entire nation. The CLF commends actions by local leaders such as the City of Denver where the city maintains its longstanding policy that enforcement of federal immigration laws is not a local responsibility, and implements policies and programs to reassure immigrant and ethnic communities, including Dreamers, that their safety is paramount and integral to the safety of the entire city. Registration and sign-up begins at 8:00 am for free on-site. DACA Immigration Legal Clinic by volunteer attorneys. September 23, 2017, begins at 8:00am-3:30pm, Tivoli, Auraria Campus, Metropolitan State University

Calling all volunteers! Mark your calendars for Tuesday, September 19 and sign up to volunteer for Project Homeless Connect (PHC) 2017! PHC is a one-day event where individuals and families who are experiencing homelessness (or at risk of experiencing homelessness) can access vital services, including: ID services, Housing services, Resume workshops, Clothing banks, Vision and health services, Veterans services Child care will be provided and the event expects to see 1,000 clients this year and need nearly as many volunteers to make the day a success! Visit www.bit.ly/DenverPHC2017 to register today! www.denversroadhome.org

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FYI/Happenings Denver Has a Game Plan for Bronco Parking! As excitement builds for the upcoming football season, Denver Public Works is reminding people to pay attention to posted parking restrictions around the stadium and surrounding neighborhoods. Denver’s Right of Way Enforcement agents will enforce posted parking regulations in the area during the following games:

Broncos Regular Season · Monday, September 11 · Sunday, September 17 · Sunday, October 1 · Sunday, October 15 · Sunday, November 12 · Sunday, November 19 · Sunday, December 10 · Sunday, December 31 On Street Parking Posted signs in the stadium area restrict parking to vehicles with the correct residential parking permit posted in the window from 6:00pm to 9:00pm on weekdays and from 12:00pm to 9:00pm on weekends. Those vehicles that park without appropriate permits will be cited and towed to a temporary impound lot in Denver at 2000 W. 3rd Avenue. If you are eligible for a Residential Parking Permit (RPP), now is a great time to make sure your permits are current. You are likely eligible for RPP if you have a sign with posted restrictions on your street. To find out more, call 311 or visit denvergov.org/rpp.

Stadium Parking There will be handicap placard enforcement for all handicap parking lots on-site at the stadium. Anyone who would like to park in these lots will be asked to show proof of their handicap placard registration before they will be allowed to enter. Off-Street Parking (parking lots) Drivers should also be cautious when utilizing a parking lot in the area. If you are not parking in one of the parking lots on stadium property, choose only those locations that 1) display a special event parking sign issued by the City & County of Denver, or 2) are existing approved parking lots clearly managed by reputable companies. The signs display the seal of the City & County of Denver and include the address of the parking location. These signs were issued because of the proliferation of illegal parking lots taking drivers’ money, only to have the drivers return to their vehicles to find it ticketed and/or towed. When parking in a lot with the City & County of Denver sign posted, drivers can be assured that they will be parked legally and are not in danger of tickets, tows or being "parked in" (blocked or trapped in a space by other vehicles). Alternative Transportation Denver Public Works also encourages people to use public transportation when attending games. The stadium is easily accessible by light rail or bus. Please check with RTD on schedules prior to planning your trip. Go to rtd-denver.com or call the RTD Telephone Information Center at 303299-6000. The stadium is also conveniently located adjacent to Denver bike paths, and it is equipped with over three hundred individual bike racks.

Bikeway Improvements Coming to Wynkoop at Denver Union Station

More comfortable, low stress bikeway enhancements are coming to Downtown Denver! This evening, Denver Public Works will begin installing its 8th protected bikeway on the Denver Union Station side of Wynkoop Street from 16th to 18th Streets. In addition to making travel along that stretch safer and more convenient for people, the protected bikeway will also better organize the street space in front of the station, which is shared with drivers who are picking up and dropping off passengers. The bikeway enhancements will include raised, concrete curb protection on the Union Station side to prevent vehicles from parking in the bike lane, as well as new green striping along the whole stretch on the eastbound side, from 16th to 18th Streets, to better define the bike lane. These bikeway improvements support Mayor Hancock’s Mobility Action Plan to provide people with more options to get around town in ways that meet their day to day needs.

When the work is complete, there will be a new parking and bike lane configuration on Wynkoop Street, with the bike lane on the Denver Union Station side moving to the far right, next to the curb. The image below shows how the new configuration will look: For more information please visit www.denvergov.org/bikeprogram

LoDo District Presents 2017 Limelight Awards The Limelight Awards are a chance for us to celebrate the LoDo neighborhood and those that make it such a special place to live, work, and play. This annual event also serves as one of LoDo District’s primary fundraisers giving us the means to advocate for and support Lower Downtown and its business and residential community. This year, we have designed this year’s program to be light and fun, with personalized presentations for each of our Limelight award winners, as well as cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, networking, and more! Tickets include: 2 drink tickets, Heavy hors d'oeuvres.The event will be held on Monday, September 18, 2017, 5:30pm - 8:00 pm at Coors Field, Wells Fargo Club Level, 2001 Blake StreetDenver, CO 80205 To RSVP go to www.eventbrite. com/e/lodo-district-presents2017-limelight-awardstickets-36959427643

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Moonlight History and Mystery Tour Learn about the mystery surrounding the Jones Mausoleum; learn what happened to the man who designed the Ivy Chapel; the secret the sorrow of the Bell Family; the tragic legend of the Lester Drake monument and other mysteries of early Colorado Fairmount Cemetery Tours 430 South Quebec Street, Denver Friday, September 29 and Saturday September 30. Tour times vary; late night tours have been added. Bring your flashlights and sense of adventure as we unravel the History and Mystery of Fairmount and Riverside in the moonlight.Event goes on rain or moonlight so dress for an evening in Colorado. Presented by: Fairmount Heritage Foundation. Tickets are available at www.Eventbrite.com/e/history-mystery-tours-atfairmount-cemetery. Riverside Cemetery Tours 5201 Brighton Blvd., Denver October 13th, October 14th, October 20th, October 21st, October 27th, and October 28th Tour times vary; late night tours have been added). www.fairmountheritagefoundation. org/events

Mayor Hancock Launches Our Denver Campaign for 2017 Bond Election Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock was joined recently by more than 100 community leaders and members of City Council to officially launch the Our Denver Bond campaign at Rude Park in the Sun Valley neighborhood. If approved by voters this fall, the bond package – which won unanimous Council support earlier this summer – would fund $937 million worth of needed improvements to critical infrastructure, buildings and facilities throughout Denver. “Investing in Denver has made this the great place that it is today,” Mayor Hancock said. “Ballot measures 2A through 2G will ensure Denver remains a great place to live by fixing and repairing the infrastructure we use every single day and making it easier to get around town. The time for these important projects is now.”


“We need mobility options for everyone – and that’s what this bond package does,” said Katie McKenna, cochair of the Mayor’s Bicycle Advisory Committee. “It protects what we have and builds on what we need for the future. Projects that connect our city and make it a place where all of us can live, work and play and get around when we need to.” Other projects funded by the bond package would fix and repair aging police and fire stations, parks and recreation centers, libraries, museums, theaters and the Zoo. It also would support a new outpatient care facility at Denver Health. “For the next generation of kids in the Sun Valley, Westwood and Valverde neighborhoods – or in Five Points, Wash Park or City Park – these bond projects will create new opportunities,” City Councilman Paul Lopez said. “Throughout Denver, these projects will fix, repair and improve our infrastructure so we can keep Denver the city we’re proud to call home. We can do all of this and your tax rates will stay the same.” The complete list of 460 projects was developed with more community input than any other bond package in city history – more than 4,000 ideas, comments and suggestions in all. For a full list of projects and to learn more about the campaign, visit www.OurDenver2017.com

Pass Gas. Drive Electric. Join the City and County of Denver to learn how passing the gas pump in an electric vehicle helps improve our air quality, so everyone can breathe easier. Come experience one of the many electric models from your favorite automakers like Tesla, Chevy, Ford, Audi and more – the first 100 test drivers will receive a free lunch at Civic Center Eats! You can also talk to current electric vehicle owners and ask questions about their rides, how they like driving them, and why they chose to pass gas. Use your lunch break to learn how to pass the gas pump and start plugging in! To learn more, visit: www.denvergov.org/passgas (See ad below)

Celebrating Five Years of Saving Denver Taxpayers $22.5 Million

Facing a recession and budget shortfall in 2011, Mayor Hancock established Denver Peak Academy to help eliminate systemic bottlenecks in city processes and operations that were wasting taxpayer time and money. It worked. For the past five years, Denver Peak Academy has trained city employees to improve the way city government operates and to make city government worker smarter for the residents of Denver. “Through innovative thinking, employees are now able to do more with less, and that means Denver residents spend less time and money when they interact with the city,” Mayor Hancock said. “Denver’s Peak Academy has become a national model adopted by some of the largest municipalities in the country. I’m proud of how much Denver’s Peak Academy and their trainees have accomplished in the last five years, and look forward to continuing our forward progress.” All change, be it reduced wait times or saving taxpayer dollars, is measured by its value to residents. Employeeled innovations are developed using the same business management and efficiency methods used by Motorola, Toyota, and FedEx, such as Lean Six Sigma and behavior economics. The successes of the program have also attracted the interest of other cities. To date, over 150 cities across the country and globe have come to Denver to attend Denver Peak Academy training, including Brussels, Belgium, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Miami, Providence, R.I. and Kansas City. Denver Peak Academy Program Dubbed the “School of Innovation” by Fast Company Magazine, employees voluntarily commit to a 4.5-day curriculum of problem solving, lean and



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Proposed January 2018 Service Changes Effective January 14, 2018 RTD has scheduled nine public meetings to discuss service changes proposed for January 2018. Downtown Denver RTD Administrative Offices 1600 Blake Street Wednesday, September 20, 2017 Noon and 6:00 p.m.

Green Valley Ranch Green Valley Ranch Community Center 4890 Argonne Way Monday, September 25, 2017 6:00 p.m.

Boulder Alfalfa’s Market 1651 Broadway Community Room Wednesday, September 20, 2017 6:00 p.m.

Denver Tech Center Koelbel Library 5955 S. Holly Street Koelbel Conference Room Wednesday, September 27, 2017 6:00 p.m.

Aurora Aurora Municipal Center 15151 E. Alameda Parkway Aspen Room Thursday, September 21, 2017 6:00 p.m.

Golden Golden Community Center 1470 10th Street Thursday, September 28, 2017 6:00 p.m.

Northeast Denver Central Park Recreation Center 9651 E. Martin Luther King Boulevard Conference Room B Thursday, September 21, 2017 6:00 p.m. East Denver Glenarm Recreation Center 2800 Glenarm Place Friday, September 22, 2017 5:30 p.m.

For details on these changes, see the Proposed January 2018 Service Changes brochure on buses, rail, and at RTD transit stations or visit rtd-denver.com *** Para información en español, llame al 303.299.6000 y pida hablar con un operador en español. Access-a-Ride Routes with service improvements or reductions may impact ADA Access-a-Ride service availability.





Wining & Dining A Sneak Peek Inside Kendra Anderson’s New Bar Helix “Swirl Girl” Kendra Anderson readies her first bar for a September debut in RiNo. Bar Helix promises to combine “a little naughty and a lot of sexy” cocktail lounge, with a little restaurant mixed in for good measure. Seasonal cocktails made with wine-based spirits and paired with “experiential” sweet and savory small plate dishes make the menu along with beers, ciders and sakes. A large bar, open kitchen, and community tables bring out the convivial side of the lounge, while a mix of banquettes and settees create a more intimate seating toward the back.

Customers walk in to a high-top community table that seats eight at the entrance. The bar features a white quartz top, dark walnut, custom shelving on the bar back with copper accents tile, 3D travertine touches and an antique mirror. Some smaller round tables flank a small wall that opens to the small courtyard patio. Rounding the corner in the L-shaped space, customers see the open kitchen and then a lounge-like back area with a private booth area, standing drink rails and low coffee-table seating area in shades of cognac, rose gold and black. With 1,400-square-foot lounge that offers room for 75 guests. Bar Helix plans to be open from 4 p.m. to midnight Wednesday to Monday at 3440 Larimer St., Denver, CO 80205 For more information go to www. insidethehelix.com

Frank Bonanno’s New French 75 Is a Stunner Restaurateur Frank Bonanno may be a wiz of Italian cuisine as his eateries Luca and Osteria Marco prove but it his classic French training and passion for the subtle sophistication of that culinary culture that shines brightest in his career. His first restaurant and his most significant contribution to the Mile High City dining scene, Mizuna, is a temple to traditional dishes from France. Whether it is pan roasted foie gras or Burgundian escargot, Bonanno aces the preparations at his white tablecloth Capitol Hill restaurant. Mizuna got a more casual sibling, French 75, a bistro located Downtown at 717 17th Street. Exposed brick, cool blue floor tile, small bistro-style tables with metal gilded legs, leather banquettes give the space the vibe of a neighborhood Parisian gathering place where people watching goes best with moules frites, onion soup, and Niçoise salad. French 75 is located at 717 17th Street, Suite B, Denver, Colorado

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Arts LoDown Abend Gallery Presents Elsa Muñoz Exhibition

This fall Abend Gallery is proud to present a solo exhibition of work by Elsa Muñoz. Her first here in Denver, this exhibition puts the artists’ incredible talent on full view. Muñoz’ landscapes and seascapes are dreamy and

fully encompass the strikingly beautiful and powerfully dangerous aspects of nature. This show opens on Thursday, September 14th at the Sugarcube building in downtown Denver and runs through November 5th. The works in this exhibition come from different series in the artists’ body of work. The seascapes omit a sense of calm and anxiousness simultaneously. In “Silversea” the stormy clouds hover over the gorgeous blues of the ocean water, blending into one another on the horizon. “Nightshore” exemplifies Muñoz’ ability to capture and recreate the undulating waves in a near-photographic way. The artist has a near uncanny talent for realism, she blends sharp and precise details with dreamier

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RiNo Art - September 2017

ART, COMMUNITY AND CONNECTION It’s mid-September which means this is a particularly exciting week of art, community and connection in the RiNo Art District. It’s a week-long celebration of graffiti and street art. It’s the CRUSH graffiti and street art festival that is immersing the neighborhood with massive splashes of color. This is the seventh year that CRUSH - Creative Rituals Under Social Harmony - a Denver-based non-profit has brought museum-quality art to the urban environment. During this week, local and national and internationally renowned graffiti and street artists are painting and spraying murals that bring life to the facades and walls of our buildings and are transforming our streets and alleys into open-air galleries of urban exploration. There are nearly 100 artists working on 100 walls - painting throughout the days and evenings, creating/re-creating, experimenting, connecting/ re-connecting. Making new places, new connections, new identities in our community. It’s exciting - and all are encouraged to come and experience the excitement. Watch the art as it is created. Talk with the artists and become involved with them and their creativity. It’s free - no tickets, no tour - just walk around and take it all in. Connect with the art. But CRUSH this week is also a much wider experience than just mural art. It is also a reaching out to a broader community who are also invited to attend and participate. There are artists receptions and parties (Ahol, Luis Valle, Jay Bellicchi), movies and films (White Walls Say Nothing, Wall Writers: Graffiti in its Innocence), lectures and discussions (Joerael Elliott, Dave Rein), a Kid’s Paint Wall, and a pop-up shop for CRUSH merchandise, books, Tee’s and hats, custom spray cans, stickers - and more. Check it out at www.rinoartdistrict.org This is RiNo’s signature graffiti and street art festival. Experience CRUSH in Denver’s neighborhood “Where Art is Created”.

elements to create works that truly stick with their viewers. The landscapes on view exemplify Muñoz talents just as powerfully. The places she chooses to depict are beautifully rendered, every detail works together to create the completed work. In “Controlled Burn 3” the viewer sees a lush green forest with a perfect circle of orange flame in the center. The smoke rises from the center and creates a gorgeous rising haze. All of the works on view in this exhibition work harmoniously, exemplifying Muñoz’ extraordinary talent and skill. Her work breathes new life into the field of realism, instilling a sense of wonder in her viewers. Muñoz is truly an artist to watch. Elsa Muñoz (b. 1983) is an American artist living and working in Chicago, IL. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from the American Academy of Art in Chicago in 2006 and has exhibited around the US. This is her first solo exhibition in Denver. Sugarcube Information:

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Robischon Group Show Linked to the previous Robischon Gallery exhibition through both artists and abstraction, “Concatenation” expands upon the dialogue initiated by innovative sculptors Jae Ko (D.C.), Ted Larsen (NM) and Derrick Velasquez (CO) to additionally include three recognized artists of distinction: Linda Fleming (CO/CA), Amy Ellingson (CA), and Katy Stone (WA). Through the varied practices of the six artists

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Health is Wealth Community Walk to Raise Awareness for Kidney Disease

National Kidney Foundation’s 16th annual Denver Kidney Walk is set to kick off from City Park on October 1, 2017. More than 2,000 people are expected to step up for the event to raise awareness of kidney disease, organ donation and the importance of early screening and healthy lifestyle for those at risk. With the increase in diabetes and high blood pressure - two major kidney disease risk factors - kidney disease is on the rise. “Participating in the Kidney Walk can help save lives,” said Dr. Scott Ellner, President and CEO, Centura Health Physicians and Corporate Walk Co-Chair, “NKF reminds walkers that it only takes two simple tests at your primary care doctor’s office to check for any red flags. That’s important, because kidneys are essential to keeping us alive and healthy. As a matter of fact, when kidney stop working, so do you. So, let’s give kidneys some love!" The Kidney Walk is the nation's largest fundraiser to fight kidney disease. Held in nearly 100 communities, more than 85,000 walkers join NKF to raise more than $9 million to help kidney patients and their families each year. More than 80 cents of every dollar donated directly supports NKF programs and services. Kidney Walk organizers and others who will support the event are part of a larger community that stays on the front lines to promote kidney health and help prevent and end kidney disease. NKF urges Kidney Walk participants and the public to make an explicit commitment to “Heart Your Kidneys” by learning about


the kidney’s vital functions and help elevate the kidneys to the status of other vital organs such as the heart. The Denver Kidney Walk is sponsored by Porter Adventist Hospital Transplant Center, Centura Health. Registration for the begins at 7:00 am and the 1 mile and 5K walk/run begins at 8:00am. To register, visit www.kidneywalk.org or call 720748-9991, Ext. 452 for more information. Kidney Disease Facts 30 million American adults are estimated to have chronic kidney disease—and most aren’t aware of it. 1 in 3 American adults are at risk for chronic kidney disease. Risk factors for kidney disease include diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity and family history. People of African American, Hispanic, Native American, Asian or Pacific Islander descent are at increased risk for developing the disease. African Americans are 3 times more likely than Whites, and Hispanics are nearly 1.5 times more likely than non-Hispanics to develop end stage renal disease (kidney failure). The National Kidney Foundation (NKF) is the largest, most comprehensive and longstanding organization dedicated to the awareness, prevention and treatment of kidney disease. For more information about NKF visit www.kidney.org

Tips on How to Fall Asleep Faster Sleep has earned a bad rep as a waste of time, but if you don't get your forty winks, you may face worse problems than dark circles and crankiness. "Rest isn't frivolous; it is absolutely part of the best health," says Param Dedhia, MD, a sleep specialist at Canyon Ranch in Tucson, AZ.

Find Your Magic Sleep Number Skimping on sleep can cause a host of troubles — from dreaded under-eye bags and sallow skin to an increased risk of weight gain, high blood pressure, and depression. "Most people think it's expendable," says Frank Lipman, MD, the founder and director of Eleven Eleven Wellness Center in New York City, "but they suffer the consequences." You may pride yourself on being like Madonna or Martha Stewart and needing only four hours of sleep a night, but most adults should get at least seven hours of shut-eye. "Even though someone can function outside of that," says Dr. Dedhia, "it doesn't mean that they're doing the best for themselves." Your health depends on that downtime. "Sleep is a time for recovery," says Dedhia. "It relates to better internal health, better brain health, and better heart health. Hormonal balance can also be greatly affected, because lack of sleep can cause a stress response in the body." If you consistently feel groggy in the morning, try these tips or consult a sleep specialist. Establish a Sleep Routine "The most important part of getting a good night's sleep is having the time and space for it," says Shiloh Pileggi, a licensed massage therapist and spa trainer for the Spa at Mohonk Mountain House in New Paltz, NY. "If you try to relax and then go back and do dishes or laundry, you'll just stimulate yourself again." Whether you sip on a cup of chamomile tea each night or take a warm bath (or both!) to wind down in the evening, establishing a sleep routine will help signal your brain that it's time to wind down. "I'm a big believer in transitioning so you're preparing your body for sleep," says Dr. Lipman. "What I've seen clinically is that a lot of people have trouble falling asleep because they're so hyper."

Another way to signal your body to relax for sleep is to stick to a regular schedule. "Because sleep is one of your rhythms, going to sleep and waking up at the same times is very helpful," says Lipman. Power Down Your Gadgets About an hour and a half before you go to bed, start shutting down the screens — all of them. Says Lipman, "I have this concept of an electronic sundown, where by nine or ten o'clock, I switch off any gadgets." If you wake up in the middle of the night, resist the temptation to grab a gadget. The blue light emitted by electronic devices is especially disruptive of sleep because it suppresses the production of the sleep-inducing hormone melatonin — in other words, you make the problem worse. Watch What You Eat and Drink When it comes to eating and sleep, it's more about what you don't eat than what you do. Consuming a high-fat meal or foods that you're sensitive to (such as wheat, in some cases) can trigger inflammation, which may make your body work extra hard and prevent you from sleep. Avoid alcohol, which may make you sleepy at first but doesn't actually promote restful slumber. "For every serving of alcohol, you get one hour of being more relaxed followed by one hour of being more aroused," explains Dedhia. So if you want to go to bed around 11 p.m., make sure you finish that glass of wine by 9. Create the Ideal Sleeping Room The single most important factor in creating the best bedroom is the elimination of light. "If your room is pitch dark, your body's going to secrete melatonin," says Lipman. Also, turn the thermostat down to around 60 to 65 degrees. Says Lipman, "Your room should be cooler than you think so your body can produce melatonin." For more information go to www.everydayhealth.com




Animal Matters ASPCA Hurricane Sheltering The ASPCA is now on the ground in Florida and South Carolina assisting with pre-evacuation, relocation and emergency sheltering efforts for animals who may be impacted by Hurricane Irma. As we continue our efforts in Texas to help pets and their owners displaced by Harvey, our efforts to provide much-needed resources have just expanded exponentially. Please give today, and 100% of your donation will go toward the ASPCA Field Investigations and Response Fund, to support our life-saving efforts in disaster and cruelty situations To find ways to give go online to www.aspca.org/ways-to-give

October is Adopt-aShelter Dog Month A month dedicated to increasing awareness of the millions of shelter dogs looking for homes across the country. What better way to honor this month than welcoming a shelter dog into your home! Like Oswald, a frightened, 2-yearold Chihuahua who arrived at the Dumb Friends League with a severely broken leg. He was just one of the thousands of dogs given a second chance at the happy lives they deserve at each year. Last year alone, the Dumb Friends League welcomed more than 22,000

homeless pets and horses at its shelters For more information on the Dumb Friends League go to www.ddfl.org or call 303-751-5772

Sparky's Playground Helping MaxFund Help Houston Rescues As many of you know we recently had a team go down to Texas to rescue animals affected by the Houston hurricane. We sent four of our wonderful crew members here at MaxFund in the RV and the big white van and ventured off to Texas. We soon welcomed 27 cats (one of them already had 6 kittens) and 8 dogs! We can’t imagine what those animals have gone through with the floods, losing their homes, and losing everything they’ve always known, but it is our mission and priority to make sure every single animal here in our shelter goes to the most suitable and best forever home that we can find. Sparkey's Playground is a doggie daycare in Denver helping us accomplish these rescues. In addition to opening their daycare to help accomodate some of the rescued dogs, they are hosting a fundraising event September 23rd to help raise funds for this mission, and for our second Houston animal rescue mission, including 3 transport vehicles, leaving MaxFund September 14th, and scheduled to return from

Houston September 17th. All proceeds from this event go directly to MaxFund in support of our rescue missions to remove dogs and cats from shelters overflowing with animals rescued in the flood. For just $10 at the door, you receive a fantastic lunch and a drawing ticket. Come out, eat, and win one of the prizes! September 23rd, 11am - 3pm, Sparky's Playground, 1124 S. Kalamath St. Denver, CO 80223 For questions regarding this event, please contact Haylee at info@sparkysplayground.com or call 303-733-3525.

PET ADOPTION + FUNDRAISER FOR PETS AFFECTED BY HURRICANE HARVEY & IRMA Join us for light snacks, wine, silent auction, pet painting and of course, many thankful licks, kisses and purrs from displaced four-legged friends looking for new homes. More info: www.OutPaws.org | www.UrbanLuxeRealEstate.com/adopt


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R e a l E state Denver has been a primary city leading the nation past the recession years (20082011). Every year, including 2012, Denver has experienced annual price appreciation between 9.5% and 11% and may likely end up near 10% in 2017. We have a healthy real estate market, and a positive overall economic climate in Denver, with the potential for future growth remains very likely into the foreseeable future. Let’s take a quick look at why some city’s “bubbled and then burst” almost ten years ago. Over the past year or so I’ve had many clients, friends and other brokers ask if Denver is possibly entering a “bubble” phase. It’s not unreasonable to wonder (when things are good) if the market might be headed south. The answer is that it’s highly improbable for Denver, and here’s why; The bubble to burst cities like Las Vegas, Phoenix and Miami, were all experiencing annual price appreciation of anywhere from 20% - 35% for several years before 2008. Single family and new condo construction were being built at rapid rates as those metropolitan areas became quickly “over-built”, betting on the future. Currently, Denver is only building at about half the pace of 2005 when 20,000 new homes were built compared to 11,000 in 2016, which is not meeting current demand. Apartment construction in Denver has begun to meet demand and is likely to level off soon. With the supply of new “for sale” homes not keeping up with demand in Denver, and many other metro areas, price appreciation will continue as the simple principles of supply and demand, remain the rule. Another major reason our country experienced the recession was due to graft and greed of our nation’s financial institutions that were providing mortgage loans to any borrower with a pulse who could buy an appraised and sign their name to a 95% - 100% mortgage. That system no longer exists and loans are now being originated to borrowers that are actually creditworthy. Rising prices and low housing supply are contributing to home affordability being a challenge. Conversely, driving forces such as low interest rates, low unemployment (4.1% nationally and 2-3% in CO), and of course strong job creation and salary

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growth that will continue to provide market balance. As we roll into Fall we see more homes coming on the market, UNITING providing better selection and less seasonal buyer competition. extraordinary properties Whether this fall or next year, I would love to encourage first WITH time buyers and potential move-up buyers to experience the extraordinary wealth-building benefits of homeownership, before it becomes lives more difficult. I mention “move-up” buyers because: 1. The lower-to-mid price ranges have enjoyed most of the CONSIDERED ONE OF DENVER'S TOP PRODUCERS, reported price appreciation, while the KNOW higherDOWNTOWN (over $1 million) FEW PEOPLE DENVER REAL ESTATE BETTER THAN DENAcompared PASTORINI. market increased at a slower pace (1%-5% per annum to as much as 10%-14% below homes). the serves as a As a$500k long time resident Consequently, of Riverfront Park, Dena broker at LIV Sotheby's International Realty, working with “move-up” family has more opportunities to sell higher and buy Sellers and Buyers throughout all of central Denver. lower. 2. When the “move-up” buyers sell their home, they create 720.233.9096 • dena.pastorini@sothebysrealty.com more inventory for other buyers. I’ve talked with many potential buyers trying to save more down payment money before buying. And move-up buyers who are waiting to build a little more equity before selling then buying. By nature, I am a conservative investor, and understand the desire to increase down payment (DP) to lower the monthly payment. The following example demonstrates a possible (more) 1590 Little Raven Street #507 1401 Wewatta Street #PH4 favorable financial approach that provides higher benefits. 4 Beds • 5 Baths • 4,071 SF • $3,250,000 2 Beds • 3 Baths • 2,678 SF • $2,000,000 Let’s say you are buying a $500,000 home and you have $50,000 as a DP while hoping to save another $50,000 to put down 20% total. Be aware you can finance a property with DP options of 3.5%, 5%, 10%, 20% or more. At today’s interest rate of approximately 4.25% that means for every $1,000 borrowed, it costs $4.92/mo when amortized overStreet 30 #302 years. Waiting to save 1590 Little Raven 1720 Wynkoop Street #212 3 Beds • 3 Baths • 2,484 SF • $1,400,000 2 Beds • 2 Baths • 2,456 SF • $1,189,000 $50,000 more would only save you $246/mo in payment. That may, or may not, be worth it to you. If it takes two years to save $50k, or any desired amount, and you cut in half Denver’s recent 10%/yr appreciation rate to 5%, the same home is worth $50k more in two years. The additional payment in those two years totaled $11,808, representing over $38k lost, not to mention tax benefits, principle 1022 Pearl Street #101 2210 Blake Street #402 reduction of over $6k, and3the higher interest rates Beds •likelihood 3 Baths • 2,771 SF •of $950,000 2 Beds • 2 Baths • 1,793 SF • $869,000 meaning a significant higher payment. Speak with a good professional broker and sit down with a trusted lender to learn your best (near) future options. With regard to the neighborhood map below, it shows that it’s taking somewhat longer for properties to sell, but the number of sales and the average price1590 of Little homes both increase. Ravenare Street #904 on the 1143 Auraria Street #204


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Real Estate Open House to Report on Public Input, Provide Framework for Five-Year Plan for Housing The City and County of Denver is holding an open house event, to present the framework for the draft of the five-year comprehensive housing plan and annual action plan. The event will be held Tuesday, September 19, from 6-8 p.m., at Bruce Randolph School, 3955 Steele St. The plan lays out the city’s overarching strategies and tools for adding and preserving affordable housing, increasing housing affordability for both renters and home owners, and investments in housing for those experiencing homelessness. Over the last four months, the city has engaged members of the public and stakeholders to develop the plans aimed at guiding investments in the coming years. “We’re working hard to make this a market that works for everyone, and this plan will provide a strategic roadmap to help ensure Denver’s long-term affordability,” said Mayor Michael B. Hancock. “We’ve done a lot of listening, and we want to check back in with what we heard to make sure we incorporate the many diverse perspectives among people experiencing homelessness, renters and aspiring homebuyers.” Denver’s Housing Advisory Committee, the Office of Housing & Opportunities for People Everywhere (HOPE), Denver’s Road Home and the Office of Economic Development are working collaboratively on the plan, which will be presented to City Council for approval in early October. More than 1,500 people helped shape the plan by providing input about the city’s most pressing housing challenges. An online survey garnered more than 1,100 responses over the summer, and the initial public meeting on June 29 captured feedback from nearly 150 community residents and stakeholders. The city’s third annual Housing Summit on May 19—attended by more than 400 community stakeholders and housing industry experts— also helped shape priorities and frame critical issues in the plan. The draft five-year plan framework and the 2018 annual action plan will both be shared at this meeting for review and comment. The plan will align the city’s investment strategies along the entire continuum of housing need from homelessness to homeownership. It will include measurable goals for the development and preservation of affordable rental and for-sale housing as well as policy recommendations aimed at promoting economic opportunity and the connection between housing, healthy living, and good-paying jobs.

The community meeting will include light refreshments, Spanish translation and free child care. Additional translation services will be available upon request to 720-9131999. The Denver Office of Economic Development (OED) is dedicated to advancing economic prosperity for the City of Denver, its businesses, neighborhoods and residents. Working with a wide variety of community partners, OED operates to create a local environment that stimulates balanced growth through job creation, business assistance, housing options, neighborhood redevelopment and the development of a skilled workforce.

Urban Luxe Real Estate and OutPaws Host Fundraiser for Pets Affected by Hurricanes Urban Luxe Real Estate and OutPaws Animal Rescue are hosting a very special Adoption and Fundraising Event October 6th between 5-9p during RiNo’s First Friday Art Walk to benefit animals affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. The benefit will be held at Urban Luxe Real Estate, 3060 Blake Street, Denver, CO 80205. The world watched helplessly as Hurricanes Harvey and Irma wrecked havoc on the lives of people and their pets in Texas and Florida this past month. Heartbreaking images of thousands of people fleeing from their homes, leaving countless pets behind. Many of those animals are now abandoned, lost or homeless, as major storms can be especially cruel to animals. Across hurricane ravaged Texas and Florida pet owners, neighbors and good Samaritans are doing what they can to rescue four-legged friends. “We have a group of 16 dogs and cats arriving from Texas. We partnered with a shelter there that needs to move existing dogs and cats so FEMA could shelter displaced pets there,” says Carrie Thornburgh, founder of OutPaws Animal Rescue. You can help by adopting a pet, fostering a pet, sponsoring a pet, donating, or volunteering. All proceeds will be matched by Urban Luxe Real Estate and go to OutPaws Animal Rescue, a 501c3 organization. Join us for light snacks, wine, silent auction, pet paintings by David Kennett of BFFpetpaintings.com and of course, many thankful licks, kisses and purrs from those looking for new homes. For more information, www.OutPaws.org or call 720-300-0330 See ad page 11


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Real Estate Denver Metro Housing Market Seasonal Update

Denver Metro Association of REALTORS® (DMAR) - an organization comprised of over 7,000 real estate professionals and The Voice of Real Estate® in the Denver metro area - released its September Denver Metro Real Estate Market Trends Report today. The average price of a home in August decreased by 2.75 percent from the previous month to $434,478, yet that price is still over eight percent higher when compared to last year. "Housing numbers can be presented in ways to paint many different pictures,” said Steve Danyliw, Chairman of the DMAR Market Trends Committee and Denver REALTOR®. “Overall, I feel positive about this market even though we are transitioning towards something that looks more normal.”

According to Danyliw, “looking at the glass as half full,” year to date compared to 2016, the median price of a home increased eight percent and the average home price increased 8.35 percent. Additionally, a record high year-to-date 38,553 properties have sold, which is an increase of 4.35 percent from last year. However, “looking at the glass as half empty,” days on market for condos had a substantial increase of 46.15 percent in August year over year. Digging into the numbers, active listings in the residential market (single family and condos) was at 7,360 total units in August, virtually the same as the month prior. The number of listings that sold decreased 5.79 percent compared to the previous month. Notably, the decrease in sold listings is close to a 10-year season decrease of 4.3 percent. Even with the number of closings dropping over the last couple of months, the market remains ahead of last year as year-to-date closings are up 4.35 percent over 2016. Like last month, condo inventory continues to outperform the

single-family segment. Condo inventory is up 17.18 percent year over year with single-family active inventory down 3.76 percent compared to last year. The most active price segment for single-family homes continues to be $300,000 to $399,999, and $200,000 to $299,999 for condos. DMAR’s monthly report also includes statistics and analyses in its supplemental “Luxury Market Report” (properties sold for $1 million or greater), “Signature Market Report” (properties sold between $750,000 and $999,999) and “Premier Market Report” (properties sold between $500,000 and $749,999). In August, 135 homes sold and closed for $1 million or greater, down 22.41 percent month over month and up 4.65 percent year over year. The closed dollar volume in August for all luxury residential was $206,367,210, down 23.58 percent month over month and up 3.86 percent year over year. The highest priced singlefamily home sold in August was $8,116,000 representing six bedrooms, nine bathrooms and 6,330 above ground square feet in Highlands Ranch. The listing agent for this transaction is a DMAR member. The highest priced condo sold was $2,170,000 representing three bedrooms, four bathrooms and 3,085 above ground square feet in Denver. Stucy adds, “The new normal in residential homes priced over $1 million is still experiencing an elevated 4.65 percent in the number of home sales month over month from a year ago. To add context, year to date from August 2014 to August 2017, we were just 26 sales short of doubling the number of sales in this category. In 2014, there were 581 sales over $1 million and, this year, there were 1,136 – an astounding increase of luxury buyers in just a three year span.” For more information, please visit www.dmarealtors.com Follow the latest updates from the Denver Metro Association of REALTORS® on Twitter (@DMARealtors using #dmarstats), Facebook and Google+.


Perry Row at Sloans Announces Model Home and Townhomes Perry Row at Sloans, a forsale townhome development in the new Sloans neighborhood, announces the grand opening of its Parkside model home and the release of its final phase of homes. Perry Row is located in the Sloans district - a LEED certified district for its sustainability practices and attributes - at the former St. Anthony Hospital site. The model is located at 1569 North Perry Street. The model home will provide an opportunity to view: • The open floor plan and interior design in a spacious, three-bedroom home. • Custom kitchen and baths by Caruso Kitchens of Denver. • Outdoor living spaces on all three floors including a 700square foot rooftop patio. • Unique design features for a townhome including a ground floor “mud room”, private library area, and majestic window tower. Perry Row is also releasing for sale homes in its final phase of townhomes. To date, 36 units have been sold which is over 70 percent of the homes released to date. The final phase includes 16 homes ranging in size from 1,413 to 2,198 square feet is currently under construction and will be available for occupancy in the spring of 2018. The units will feature two or three bedrooms, two car garages, and a Brownstone-style architecture. These final phase units will be the only townhomes currently for sale in the new district; and are listed exclusively by Deviree Vallejo and Liz Richards of Kentwood City Properties. More information at www.sloansdenver.com or www.perryrowatsloans.com Contact realtors at 303-931-0097 or info@perryrowatsloans.com
































































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