Little Man Ice Cream Shop Celebrates One Millionth Scoop

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…

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Case Studies in Placemaking: Stapleton, Rino and LoHi

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…

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Jolt Collaborates with Little Man to Give LoHi a New Landmark

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…

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