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Discover Denver in a Whole New Way: By Bus!

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September 25, 2021

By Janalee Chmel

I’m one of those people who desperately desires for Denver to be more walkable and bikeable. I’m trying to bike more, but learning that my youngest daughter’s hectic after-school schedule is a giant blockade to the whole bike-to-school effort. 

I also desire to use public transit

Dispersed, Free Camping in Colorado: Get Out There! (But follow the rules.)

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July 19, 2021

So, last year, you may recall that I wrote a long, dreamy article about camping and all of the new gear and gadgets hitting the market. I was spending my quarantine surfing YouTube and imagining all the ways I would escape my house when vaccines helped us emerge from the

COVID-19 Message: We are open and taking precautions

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March 18, 2020

At The O’Sullivan Law Firm, we are taking the situation seriously and are doing our part to help slow the spread of this dangerous virus. As you can see our office is located in a historic home in Denver where all our team members and clients are treated like …

Traffic Violence Report: Sponsored by The O’Sullivan Law Firm

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June 20, 2019

I’m proud to announce that my Denver personal injury law firm is sponsoring the newly revised Traffic Violence Report in Streetsblog Denver.

In case you don’t know about Streetsblog, here is their mission:

Streetsblog connects people to information about how to reduce dependence on cars and improve conditions for …

Freedom Fest: Behind the Scenes

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May 24, 2019

I have met a lot of remarkable people in my life, but right now I stand in awe of Dean Gary, founder and organizer of Freedom Fest, an event that celebrates the men and women who serve in our country’s military forces.

Five years ago, Dean started Freedom Fest and …

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