Best Tips To Keep Your Apartment Organized Internally

Best Tips To Keep Your Apartment Organized Internally

Living in denver colorado apartments that have limited space is a very challenging thing because of thousands of reasons, especially when it comes to the cleanliness part that most of the individuals aim to have. If you want to master the art of keeping your house clean, here are many tips for you that are the best and will keep you stress free. These tips will not only help you in keeping the place organized, but will also be a reason of peace for your eyes.

Never leaves dishes dirty:

Never leave dirty dishes in the sink with the hope that you will wash them in the morning, washing the dishes right when you have eaten the food is the best thing. Making it a habit is a tough thing, but once you have adopted it entering in the kitchen will never bother you...

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Several candidates have filed to run for Denver mayor against Michael Hancock in 2019. Here’s what they say.

Helen H. Richardson, The Denver Post

Nearly a year out from Denver’s next mayoral election, several candidates have declared their intention to run — well before Michael Hancock is expected to make his bid for a third term official.

The four Denverites who have filed candidacy papers for the May 2019 election so far represent a range of viewpoints. But all see failings during Hancock’s seven-year tenure and opportunities for changes in direction, and they want to give voters more choices.

Rumors still abound about political and business figures who are interested in running, some only if Hancock decides against launching his campaign.

The mayor has had recent fundraisers, but so far only one other candidate has reported raising serious money...

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5 prospects Denver Nuggets could select with No. 14 pick in NBA draft

Miles Bridges of the Michigan State Spartans celebrates after scoring against the Penn State Nittany Lions in the second half during the Big Ten Basketball Tournament at Verizon Center on March 9, 2017 in Washington, D.C.

Luck was not on the Nuggets’ side during the NBA draft lottery, as Denver kept the No. 14 pick.

Still, gems can be discovered in the middle of the first round. Just ask the Nuggets, who last year took rookie of the year contender Donovan Mitchell with the 13th selection as part of a draft-night trade with Utah, for which Mitchell now plays.

Here are some prospects that Denver could target with the 14th pick:

Miles Bridges, Michigan State small forward

This is a reach, as Bridges is a borderline top-10 pick...

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Refugee found guilty of providing aid to the Islamic Jihad Union after month-long trial in Denver

A federal court jury on Monday found a Uzbekistan refugee guilty on two terror-related counts including providing aid to the Islamic Jihad Union.

Bakhtiyor Jumaev will be sentenced on July 18 in Denver U.S. District Court.

Jurors believed the version of events by the U.S. Attorney’s Office. Prosecutors alleged Jumaev used code words to arrange and then pay a $300 contribution to the Islamic Jihad Union. But Jumaev’s attorney David Barry Savitz argued Jumaev was just repaying a debt to a friend.

Jumaev’s jury trial began on March 22. The case went to the jury late Wednesday afternoon. Prosecutors allege Jumaev provided material support to and conspired to join the Islamic Jihad Union.

Assistant U.S...

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Apartment-building boom in Denver second-largest in the U.S., per capita

Helen H. Richardson, The Denver Post

As much as rents have risen in metro Denver this decade, the increases could have been even higher absent the second-largest surge in apartment construction of any major metro area in the country, according to a new report from Apartment List.

Metro Denver added $12 billion worth of new apartments between 2000 and 2016. That ranks 11th among the nation’s 25 largest metros in dollar terms, but second only to Seattle after adjusting for the size of the population.

“It’s hard to quantify an exact rent impact, but it’s safe to say that in the face of rapidly increasing demand, Denver’s rent growth would have been more extreme without these additional units,” said Chris Salviati, a housing economist at Apartment List, an apartment search site based in San Fr...

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Get Up, Toke Out: Every 4/20 Event in Denver

Brace yourself: 4/20 is almost here, and the lineup of events for the week that includes April 20 is already piled high. On top of such regular suspects as a gathering in Civic Center Park and a stoner-centric concert at Red Rocks, there are some noteworthy newcomers this year, including pot-infused hikes and brunches, dispensary parking-lot parties and more. Here’s everything we know so far, in chronological order:

Rino Cares: Cannabis Health and Wellness Fair
Sunday, April 15, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Cultivated Synergy
2901 Walnut Street
Hosted by RiNo Supply Co...

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Artificial intelligence is the latest competition for real estate agents

Instead of hiring a real estate agent, Ron and Marilyn Hougardy essentially recruited a computer to sell their four-bedroom home in Thousand Oaks, California last December.

The couple was motivated by the 2 percent commission they would pay the artificial intelligence-driven service run by REX Real Estate Exchange instead of the typical 5 to 6 percent paid to a human broker who would find buyers for them.

"It was kind of swimming upstream to make this decision, but we decided let’s try it out," Ron Hougardy, a project manager, said. The home was listed for $880,000 and sold for $890,500 in January, he said.

The bidders for the Hougardys’ home weren’t found by an agent adding the home to a multiple listing service, which feeds that information to Zillow, Trulia and Realtor.com.

Instead, com...

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University Sends Acceptance Emails to Wrong Students

Waiting to hear back from colleges just got a whole lot more stressful. The University of Colorado, Colorado Springs (UCCS) accidently sent out 11,000 acceptance emails last week, CBS Denver reported on Friday.

The incorrect email read “Welcome to the UCCS Mountain Lion Family.” The email also referred to “next steps,” including registration for the university’s orientation and applications for housing and financial aid, Fox Denver reported Sunday. Around 15 minutes after sending the email, UCCS started receiving calls about the acceptance news.

One of those applicants was Connor Ireland, a high school senior living in Aurora, Colorado for whom UCCS was a top choice.

“I applied for UCCS and a couple other places...

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Best Tips For Adding Some Greenery In Your Apartment

Best Tips For Adding Some Greenery In Your Apartment

Adding a touch of green in your Denver Colorado Apartments is an excellent thing; plants are very good for health. Plants provide oxygen; w-9-hich cleans the air and makes the atmosphere fresh; there are many plants that can do the task even better than others. If you want to know which plant is the best for your apartment, you should consult with the plant specialist. Plants are an excellent thing for sprucing up space, besides the work they do of purifying the air. Plants give an excellent look when displayed in the colony or anywhere in the house.

Air plants:

Decorating your apartment with plants is a fun thing, as choosing the containers in which you put your plants is an enjo99yable task...

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From Denver Beer Co Comes a New, Mexican-Inspired Brewery

Cerveceria Colorado’s owners hope to help diversify the craft scene

Denver Beer Co on Platte Street is closing its next-door barrel room at the end of the month to reopen this spring as Cerveceria Colorado. The new brewery spinoff, located at 1635 Platte Street, will focus on Mexican beers that highlight traditional ingredients and are made in collaboration with craft breweries across the border. Meanwhile, Denver Beer Co will continue to operate unchanged at 1695 Platte Street, in Olde Town Arvada, and at the Canworks facility currently under construction in Sunnyside.

“Cerveceria Colorado is our way of creating a bridge, as opposed to a wall, in our community,” said Denver Beer co-founder Patrick Crawford.

At Cerveceria Colorado, head brewer Jason Buehler has in the works Mexican-i...

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Colorado deputy dies; 3rd law enforcement death in 5 weeks

An American flag waves in the wind as a police procession travels along South Nevada Avenue for El Paso County Sheriff’s Deputy Micah Flick, Monday, Feb. 5, 2018, in Colorado Springs, Colo. Flick was shot and killed while he and other officers were investigating a stolen vehicle earlier Monday. (Dougal Brownlie/The Gazette via AP)

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Authorities were investigating what happened before El Paso County Deputy Micah Flick was shot and became the third law enforcement officer to die in the line of duty in Colorado since New Year’s Eve.

Authorities said Flick, other deputies and officers with the Colorado Springs Police Department were investigating a stolen car on Monday afternoon.

“They encountered an adult male suspect, a struggle ensued and shots were fired,” Colorad...

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