24 Hours at the Denver Diner

In July 2018, the Denver Diner property was sold for $3.5 million by its longtime owner, George Skordos, but the diner itself will continue to operate. And thank goodness: Not only does the iconic eatery sit at the intersection of two notable Denver cross streets, Colfax Avenue and Speer Boulevard, but it's also one of the only 24-hour spots in town. However, it isn't just the curb appeal and late-night hours that make the spot a treasure. The Denver Diner is a family breakfast spot, a drunk-food haven, a mecca for servers, a first-date spot and more, depending on what hour of the day you go and who you talk to.

Women’s History Month 2019

In honor of Women's History Month and International Women's Day, March 8, we asked women from three different Denver organizations what the word "strength" means to them. Comal Heritage Food Incubator is a lunch restaurant and training program started by Focus Points Family Resource Center that provides skills in culinary arts and business as a platform for economic development to aspiring women. Comal’s employees originate from Mexico, El Salvador, Syria, Iraq and Ethiopia. Warren Village is a nonprofit organization that helps low-income, single-parent families make the transition from poverty to self-sufficiency. Women’s Bean Project is a social enterprise that believes all women have the power to transform their lives through employment.

Women’s History Month 2018

During Women’s History Month 2018, I pointed the camera toward women in my life in Denver.

Stay-at-home dad

In February 2014, I followed Will Scherer, who became a stay-at-home dad after moving to Missouri for his wife’s job, while he took care of his two young children.