Started in 2007, the Highland 4th of July Parade & Picnic has been delighting community members for years. Spectators line the streets at 32nd Ave. and Clay st. as families deck out their bikes and ride down 32nd Ave. The parade then spills into Hirshorn Park for live music, games and fun.Details
The White Tablecloth Potluck Dinner is an annual Highland neighborhood event that started in 2011. Hundreds of neighbors gather and a block-long table spans the street for the evening. Always a September event, the potluck dinner has become one of residents’ favorite autumn gatherings in the neighborhood.Details
YAHOO! NEWS // JULY 25, 2014 Paul Tamburello opened Little Man Ice Cream, named after his father, in Denver in 2008. Inspired by vintage Coney Island hotdog-shaped stands and roadside-monument nostalgia, Tamburello built his shop within a 28-foot-tall, 14,000-pound cream can. “I went there just a couple nights ago. Waited 20 minutes in line for…Details
DENVER EATER // APRIL 24, 2014
Will Sunnyside be the new LoHi? Bordering the hotspot and restaurant hub to the North, Sunnyside has the potential to become the new destination for eateries, bars, and more. Cobbler’s Corner could be a big step in that direction.
CONFLUENCE DENVER // APRIL 9, 2014 Placemaking is not an exact science, not in Denver, or anywhere else. It’s something of a collaborative balancing act between developers, businesses and the general public, and it never happens overnight, according to some of the movers and shakers in a few of Denver’s hottest neighborhoods: RiNo, LoHi and…Details
Westword // September 23, 2013 LoHi is one of the hottest real estate markets in town — and Little Man Ice Cream is one of the businesses that’s made the area so cool. The man behind the iconic Little Man just teamed up with Jolt, a graffiti artist and Westword MasterMind, to create another landmark…Details