3700 south sepulveda boulevard

William and Florence Sloane

2023.05.28 07:27 PanAmFlyer William and Florence Sloane

William and Florence Sloane
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1203 Chesapeake Avenue was built in 1896 by William and Florence Sloane. Originally Norfolk County, today it is the South Norfolk section of Chesapeake.
William Sloane had come to Norfolk County in 1887 to work with his uncle, Foster Black, in his knitting mills. When Mr Black passed away in 1908 Mr Sloane continued the operations. In the meantime he had returned to Manhattan long enough to marry his childhood sweetheart, Florence Knapp.
The mills prospered and in 1906 the Sloane's purchased several acres on a point of land along today's Lafayette River near the present day Hampton Boulevard bridge. They built a small summer cottage and named it The Hermitage (not pictured). Originally to be a part time residence they continue to spend more time there and to enlarge the building until they were there full time and the modest "cottage" had grown to over 40 rooms.
It was Mr Sloane who first saw the need for a faster way of getting from Berkley to downtown Norfolk and was president of the company that constructed the first Berkley bridge. He also built the Wainwright building which was owned by the family until the 1970s.
Florence Sloane was a firm believer in the arts and amassed a huge collection which was displayed in their home and, at times, on several floors of the Wainwright building. She championed the cause of a museum for Norfolk and the Sloanes donated land they owned at the end of the Hague to open the Norfolk Museum of Arts and Sciences, now known as the Chrysler Museum.
Not content to leave Norfolk with one museum they also left their home on the Lafayette River as "The Hermitage Museum and Gardens."
Photo by Jerry Newton Written and posted by Lawrence Morton
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2023.05.28 03:46 longbeachlocale 🚨 City Council • June 6, 2023 • 5:00 PM 🚨

🗓 Date: June 6, 2023 @ 5PM
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Agenda Item

CD4 - Funds Transfer for Partners of Parks

Item #1 • File #23-0553 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $200, offset by the Fourth Council District One-time District Priority Funds transferred from the Citywide Activities Department to provide support to Partners of Parks for their Long Beach Charity ProAm event; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $200 to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CD4 - Funds Transfer for LGBTQ Center Long Beach

Item #2 • File #23-0554 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $500, offset by the Fourth Council District One-time District Priority Funds transferred from the Citywide Activities Department to provide a contribution to The LGBTQ Center Long Beach in support of their Black & White Ball 2023; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $500 to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CD4 - Funds Transfer for Wild West Women, Inc

Item #3 • File #23-0555 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $500, offset by the Fourth Council District One-time District Priority Funds transferred from the Citywide Activities Department to provide support to Wild West Women, Inc for their inaugural Long Beach Woman’s Fair; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $500 to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CD5 - Funds Transfer to Support Community Events

Item #4 • File #23-0556 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $2,000, offset by the Fifth Council District One-Time District Priority Funds transferred from the Citywide Activities Department to provide a contribution to: · $500 to Partners of Parks in support of the Long Beach Juneteenth Celebration; · $1,000 to support the Uptown Jazz Festival; · $500 to the Long Beach Century Club in support of the Mayor’s Trophy Charity Golf Tournament; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $2,000 to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CD4 - Funds Transfer for Rancho Los Alamitos Foundation

Item #5 • File #23-0562 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $2,000, offset by the Fourth Council District One-time District Priority Funds transferred from the Citywide Activities Department to provide a contribution to Rancho Los Alamitos Foundation in support of their Summer Concert Series; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $2,000 to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

CD4 - Funds Transfer for Long Beach Century Club

Item #6 • File #23-0561 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to increase appropriations in the General Fund Group in the City Manager Department by $500, offset by the Fourth Council District One-time District Priority Funds transferred from the Citywide Activities Department to provide support to the Long Beach Century Club for their Mayor’s Trophy Charity Golf Tournament; and Decrease appropriations in the General Fund Group in the Citywide Activities Department by $500 to offset a transfer to the City Manager Department.

Arcelia Delgado

Item #7 • File #23-0552 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Attorney to submit Stipulations with Request for Award for approval by the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board, and if so approved, authority to pay $169,300.13 for Stipulations with Request for Award with a life pension thereafter of $170.04 subject to COLA increases per week in compliance with the Appeals Board Order for Arcelia Delgado. The City of Long Beach is entitled to credit for payments previously paid in the amount of $69,532.31.

Michael Hannan

Item #8 • File #23-0551 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Attorney to submit Stipulations with Request for Award for approval by the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board, and if so approved, authority to pay $104,182.50 in compliance with the Appeals Board Order for Michael Hannan.

CA - Kayla Jentes

Item #9 • File #23-0557 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Attorney to pay sum of $200,000, in full settlement of a lawsuit entitled Kayla Jentes, et al. v. City of Long Beach, et al., Los Angeles Superior Court Case No. 20STCV29354.

CA - Joel Reyes

Item #10 • File #23-0558 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Attorney to pay sum of $399,000, in full settlement of a lawsuit entitled Joel Reyes, et al. v. City of Long Beach, Los Angeles Superior Court Case No. BC703737.

Martin Romo

Item #11 • File #23-0549 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize the City Attorney to submit two Stipulations with Request for Award for approval by the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board, and if so approved, authority to pay 1) $17,545.00, and also 2) separate authority to pay $72,500.00 in compliance with the Appeals Board Order for Martin Romo.

Mario Talavera

Item #12 • File #23-0550 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize the City Attorney to submit two Stipulations with Request for Award for approval by the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board, and if so approved, authority to pay 1) $27,695.00, and also 2) separate authority to pay $80,982.50 in compliance with the Appeals Board Order for Mario Talavera.

CC - Damage Claims

Item #13 • File #23-0547 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to refer to City Attorney damage claims received between May 15, 2023 and May 26, 2023.

CM - Federal Lobbyist RFP

Item #15 • File #23-0563 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to Adopt Specifications No. RFP CM-23-236 and award a contract to Holland & Knight, LLP, of Washington, D.C., for federal legislative representation services, in a total annual amount not to exceed $130,000, for a period of two years, with the option to renew for three additional one-year periods, at the discretion of the City Manager; and, authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all documents necessary to enter into the contract, including any necessary subsequent amendments. (Citywide)

FM - Coastline Equip. for the purchase of a John Deere 332G skid steer

Item #17 • File #23-0566 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to adopt resolution authorizing City Manager, or designee, to execute a contract, and any necessary documents including any necessary subsequent amendments, with Bragg Investment Company, Inc., dba Coastline Equipment, a Long Beach distributor of John Deere Construction Retail Sales, of Moline, IL, for the purchase of a John Deere 332G skid steer, with related equipment and accessories, on the same terms and conditions afforded to Sourcewell, in a total amount not to exceed $153,097, inclusive of taxes and fees. (Citywide)

FM - Coastline Equip-John Deere 310P backhoe

Item #18 • File #23-0567 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to adopt resolution authorizing City Manager, or designee, to execute a contract, and any necessary documents including any necessary subsequent amendments, with Bragg Investment Company, Inc., dba Coastline Equipment, a Long Beach distributor of John Deere Construction Retail Sales, of Moline, IL, for the purchase of a John Deere 310P backhoe, with related equipment and accessories, on the same terms and conditions afforded to Sourcewell, in a total amount not to exceed $169,631, inclusive of taxes and fees. (Citywide)

Mayor - Cancellation of July 4th City Council Meeting

Item #23 • File #23-0560 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to suspend Council rule contained in Municipal Code Section 2.03.020 (B) relating to the meeting schedule of the City Council in order to cancel the City Council meeting of July 4, 2023.

PRM/PW - Capital improvements at El Dorado East Regional, El Dorado Park West, Houghton, and Stearns Parks D4,9

Item #33 • File #23-0582 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to accept and expend grant funds from the California Department of Parks and Recreation for capital improvements at El Dorado East Regional, El Dorado Park West, Houghton, and Stearns Parks, in an amount not to exceed $15,400,000; Increase appropriations in the Capital Projects Fund Group in the Parks, Recreation and Marine Department by $342,000, offset by grant revenue; Increase appropriations in the Capital Projects Fund Group in the Parks, Recreation and Marine Department by $342,000, offset by a transfer of California Department of Parks and Recreation grant funds from the Capital Grants Fund; Increase appropriations in the Capital Projects Fund Group in the Public Works Department by $15,058,000, offset by grant revenue; and Increase appropriations in the Capital Projects Fund Group in the Public Works Department by $15,058,000, offset by a transfer of California Department of Parks and Recreation grant funds from the Capital Grants Fund. (Districts 4,9)

Resolution

CC - Destruction of Records

Item #14 • File #23-0548 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to approve the destruction of records for the Health and Human Services Department; and adopt resolution.

FM - Ray Gaskin Service for for the purchase of one Ford F-550 refuse truck

Item #16 • File #23-0565 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to adopt resolution authorizing City Manager, or designee, to execute a contract, and any necessary documents including any necessary subsequent amendments, with Ray Gaskin Service, an authorized distributor for New Way Trucks and Scranton Manufacturing Company, of Fontana, CA, for the purchase of one Ford F-550 refuse truck, with related equipment and accessories, on the same terms and conditions afforded to Sourcewell, in a total amount not to exceed $167,457, inclusive of taxes and fees. (Citywide)

FM - The Quinn Co. for the purchase of 4 Caterpillar 430 backhoe loaders

Item #19 • File #23-0568 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to adopt resolution authorizing City Manager, or designee, to execute a contract, and any necessary documents including any necessary subsequent amendments, with Caterpillar Inc., through its local dealer, Quinn Company, of City of Industry, CA, for the purchase of four Caterpillar 430 backhoe loaders, with related equipment and accessories, on the same terms and conditions afforded to Sourcewell, in a total amount not to exceed $1,016,512, inclusive of taxes and fees. (Citywide)

DS - Noise Element

Item #22 • File #23-0564 (Details, PDF)
Recommendation to receive supporting documentation into the record and conclude the public hearing; Adopt resolution approving and certifying the Environmental Impact Report EIR 03-20, State Clearinghouse No. 2019050009 and associated findings;

DS - Noise Element

Item # • File #23-0585 (Details, PDF)
Adopt resolution replacing the current Noise Element with the updated Noise Element of the Long Beach General Plan; and

ED - 702 Anaheim Shelter – LB Rescue Mission and First to Serve D3

Item #24 • File #23-0584 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to receive and file Contract No. 36576 with Long Beach Rescue Mission Foundation, Inc., a California public benefit corporation (Lessor) and the City of Long Beach (Lessee) and Contract No. 36578, a Sublease between the City of Long Beach (Sublessor) and First to Serve Ministries, Inc., a California nonprofit corporation (Sublessee), or its assignee, for approximately 17,000 rentable square feet of space at 702 West Anaheim Street, for use as an emergency shelter, made pursuant to Chapter 2.85 of the Long Beach Municipal Code (LBMC) and in response to the emergency proclaimed regarding homelessness. (District 1)

FM - Transfer of FY 23 gross operating revenue, from the Harbor Fund Group to the Tidelands Operating Fund

Item #25 • File #23-0569 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to adopt resolution requesting that the Board of Harbor Commissioners approve the transfer of 5 percent of Fiscal Year 2023 (FY 23) gross operating revenue, from the Harbor Fund Group to the Tidelands Operating Fund Group, with a true-up adjustment, if necessary, to reflect the final gross revenue amount upon issuance of the Harbor Department’s FY 23 audited financial statements. (Districts 1,2,3)

FM - Velocity Truck Centers for the purchase of 7 CNG powered Crane Carrier LNT-26 trucks

Item #26 • File #23-0572 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to adopt resolution authorizing City Manager, or designee, to execute a contract, and any necessary documents including any necessary subsequent amendments, with Los Angeles Truck Centers, LLC, dba Velocity Truck Centers, an authorized distributor of Crane Carrier trucks, of Whittier, CA, for the purchase of seven CNG powered Crane Carrier LNT-26 trucks, with New Way rear loader refuse bodies, on the same terms and conditions afforded to Sourcewell, in a total amount not to exceed $2,951,446, inclusive of taxes and fees. (Citywide)

FM - Velocity Truck Center-10 CNG Crane Carrier Roto-Pac side loader refuse trucks

Item #27 • File #23-0573 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to adopt resolution authorizing City Manager, or designee, to execute a contract, and any necessary documents including any necessary subsequent amendments, with Los Angeles Truck Centers, LLC, dba Velocity Truck Centers, of Whittier, CA, an authorized distributor of Crane Carrier trucks, for the purchase of 10 CNG Crane Carrier, Roto-Pac side loader refuse trucks, with related equipment and accessories, on the same terms and conditions afforded to Sourcewell, in a total amount not to exceed $4,765,507, inclusive of taxes and fees; and Authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute a lease-purchase agreement, and related financing documents, with Banc of America Public Capital Corp, of San Francisco, CA, for the financing of Roto-Pac refuse trucks, payable over a seven-year period at an interest rate to be determined when the agreement is executed. (Citywide)

FM/PW - Velocity Truck Center-20 CNG Crane Carrier side loader refuse trucks

Item #29 • File #23-0574 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to adopt resolution authorizing City Manager, or designee, to execute a contract, and any necessary documents including subsequent amendments, with Los Angeles Truck Centers, LLC, dba Velocity Truck Centers, of Whittier, CA, an authorized distributor of Crane Carrier trucks, for the purchase of 20 CNG Crane Carrier side loader refuse trucks, with New Way side loader refuse bodies, on the same terms and conditions afforded to Sourcewell, in a total amount not to exceed $9,322,091, inclusive of taxes and fees. (Citywide)

PRM - Reso w/LAFCO-LA for final District Boundary Map

Item #31 • File #23-0581 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to adopt resolution in support of the formation of the Lower San Gabriel River Recreation and Park District; direct City Clerk to file the resolution with the Local Area Formation Commission - Los Angeles (LAFCO-LA); and, authorize City Manager to approve the final District Boundary Map on behalf of the City. (Citywide)

PRM/DHHS - Accept grant funds for Wrigley Greenbelt and Multi-Service Center D7

Item #32 • File #23-0577 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to adopt resolution authorizing City Manager, or designee, to execute any necessary documents including subsequent amendments, to accept grant funds from the California Natural Resources Agency for capital improvements at Wrigley Greenbelt and Multi-Service Center, in an amount not to exceed $5,200,000. (District 7)

ABC License

PD - ABC License - Tacomasa D3

Item #20 • File #23-0576 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to receive and file the application of Tacomasa 1 LLC, dba Tacomasa, for an original application of an Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) license, at 4740 East 7th Street #130, submit a Public Notice of Protest to ABC, and direct City Manager to withdraw the protest if a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) or Conditional Use Permit Exemption (CUPEX) is granted. (District 3) Levine Act: Yes

PD - ABC License- Northern Café D3

Item #21 • File #23-0575 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to receive and file the application of TCRY Incorporated, dba Northern Cafe, for an original application of an Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) license, at 4911 East 2nd Street, submit a Public Notice of Protest to ABC, and direct the City Manager to withdraw the protest if a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) or Conditional Use Permit Exemption (CUPEX) is granted. (District 3) Levine Act: Yes

Ordinance

DS - Noise Element

Item # • File #23-0586 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Declare ordinance implementing associated amendments to the Noise Ordinance, Long Beach Municipal Code Chapter 8.80, read for the first time and laid over to the next regular meeting of the City Council. (Citywide)

CM - Ordinance Amending LBMC 5.92

Item #35 • File #23-0532 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to declare ordinance amending the Long Beach Municipal Code by amending Chapter 5.92 to reinstate language related to the operation of adult-use dispensaries in mixed-used buildings in Downtown Long Beach, read and adopted as read. (Citywide)

Contract

FM - South Coast Fire Equip. for 10 Pierce Enforcer Triple Combination fire engine pumper trucks

Item #28 • File #23-0571 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to adopt Specifications No. RFP FS22-175 and award a contract to South Coast Fire Equipment, Inc., of Ontario, CA, for the purchase of nine Pierce Enforcer Triple Combination Fire Engine pumper trucks, and one Pierce Enforcer Triple Combination Rescue Engine pumper truck, with related equipment and accessories, in a total amount not to exceed $11,328,555; and, authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all documents necessary to enter into the contract, including any necessary subsequent amendments; and Authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute a lease-purchase agreement, and related financing documents, with Banc of America Public Capital Corp, of San Francisco, CA, for the financing of fire engine pumpers, payable over a 10-year period at an interest rate to be determined when the agreement is executed. (Citywide)

PRM - Great Scott for as-needed tree trimming

Item #30 • File #23-0579 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all documents necessary to amend Contract No. 35545 with Great Scott Tree Service, Inc., of Stanton, CA, for as-needed tree trimming and removal services, to increase the annual contract amount by $1,949,030 with a 15 percent contingency in the amount of $292,355, for a revised total annual contract amount not to exceed $3,211,410. (Citywide)

PW - As-Needed Architectural Services

Item #34 • File #23-0583 (Details, PDF)
Sponsors:
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all documents necessary to amend Contract No. 33926 with Architects McDonald, Soutar & Paz, Inc., of Long Beach, CA; Contract No. 33912 with Kardent, of Long Beach, CA; Contract No. 33913 with Mary McGrath Architects, of Oakland, CA; and Contract No. 33917 with Alomar Rania, dba RA-DA, of West Hollywood, CA, for as-needed architectural services, to extend the contract terms for an additional one-year period through July 19, 2024; Authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all documents necessary to amend Contract No. 33498 with Hirsch & Associates, Inc., of Anaheim, CA, and Contract No. 33504 with RJM Design Group, Inc., of San Juan Capistrano, CA, for as-needed landscape architectural services, to extend term the contract terms for an additional one-year period through August 1, 2024; Authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all documents necessary to amend Agreement No. 34375 with AKM Consulting Engineers, Inc., of Irvine, CA; Agreement No. 34376 with AndersonPenna Partners, Inc., of Newport Beach
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Denver (Berkeley) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Various Dates
Denver (Central Park) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Various Dates
Denver (City Park West) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Various Dates
 

Visibility Events

Denver (Cherry Creek Farmer’s Market) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Saturday, May 27 and Saturday, June 3
Denver (City Park Farmer’s Market) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Saturday, May 27 and Saturday, June 3
Denver (Civic Center EATS) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Wednesdays and Thursdays
Denver (Colorado Boulevard and Colfax Avenue) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Various Dates
Denver (Highland Square Farmer’s Market) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Sunday, May 28 and Sunday, June 4
Denver (North Speer and West 32nd) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Various Dates
Denver (North Speer and West Colfax) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Various Dates
Denver (South Pearl Street Farmer’s Market) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Sunday, May 28 and Sunday, June 4
 

New Jersey

 

Canvass

Camden County - Various Local Elections - Various Dates
Hamilton Park - Hudson Progressive Democrats - Saturday, May 27 and Saturday, June 3
Hoboken - Hudson Progressive Democrats - Saturday, May 27 and Saturday, June 3
Jersey City - Hudson Progressive Democrats - Sunday, May 28
North Bergen / North Hudson - Hudson Progressive Democrats - Thursday, May 25
 

Text Bank from Home

Primary Elections - Wednesday, May 31
Primary Elections - Black Caucus - Wednesday, May 31
 

Poll Standing

Hudson County - Hudson Progressive Democrats - Tuesday, June 6
 

Write Postcards from Home

Kate Delany and Sam Sweet for Camden County Commissioner - Various Dates
 

South Dakota

 

Phone Bank from Home

Roe v. Wade Phone Bank - Thursday, May 25, Thursday, June 1, and Thursday, June 8
 

Sign Petitions

Aberdeen - Roe v. Wade Ballot Campaign - Saturday, May 27 and Saturday, June 3
Brookings - Roe v. Wade Ballot Campaign - Saturdays
Rapid City - Roe v. Wade Ballot Campaign - Saturdays
Sioux Falls - Roe v. Wade Ballot Campaign - Thursdays and Saturdays
Sioux Falls - Roe v. Wade Ballot Campaign - Saturdays
Spearfish - Roe v. Wade Ballot Campaign - Monday, May 22 and Monday, May 29
Vermillion - Roe v. Wade Ballot Campaign - Saturday, May 27
 
   
You can also find volunteer and donation links for the candidates in upcoming runoff and special elections listed below. Elections are sorted by date.
 

June 6th

 
Mike Johnston is running for mayor of Denver, Colorado. You can donate or volunteer. Visit his website, Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube.
 

June 13th

 
Wendy Pieh is running for Maine House of Representatives District 45. You can donate via the Maine Clean Election Act Service! Sign up to canvass! Visit her website, Facebook page, and Instagram!
 

November 7th

 
Andy Beshear is running for re-election as Governor of Kentucky. Please donate if you can, or sign up to volunteer! Visit his website, Facebook page, Twitter feed, and Instagram.
 
Pamela Stevenson is running for Kentucky Attorney General. Please volunteer or donate! Take a look at her website, Facebook, and Twitter.
 
Charles “Buddy” Wheatley is running for Kentucky Secretary of State. You can donate or visit his website or Facebook page!
 
Michael Bowman is running for Kentucky Treasurer. Please donate if you are able, or become a volunteer! Check out his website, Facebook, Twitter, or Youtube.
 
Kimberley Reeder is running for Kentucky Auditor of Public Accounts. You can visit her website or donate.
 
Sierra Enlow is running for Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture. Please donate, volunteer, or attend an event. Visit her website, Facebook, Linked In, and Twitter.
 
Daniel McCaffery is running for Pennsylvania Supreme Court. If you are able, please make a donation or become a volunteer. Take a look at his website, Facebook page, and Instagram.
 
Jill Beck is running for Pennsylvania Superior Court. Please donate to her campaign, or sign up to volunteer. Check out her website, Facebook page, Twitter, and Instagram.
 
Timika Lane is running for Pennsylvania Superior Court. Consider making a donation. Visit her website, Facebook page, and Instagram.
 
Matt Wolf is running for Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court. Check out his website!
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2023.05.25 15:32 mtlebanonriseup We know that local elections and primaries matter, and this week we focus on Colorado, New Jersey, and reproductive rights in South Dakota! Updated 5-25-23 Join r/VoteDEM for more!

Join VoteDEM to learn more!
We know that local elections and primaries matter, and this week we focus on Colorado, New Jersey, and South Dakota!
 
Keep checking our volunteer from home spreadsheet! It’s been updated with opportunities to volunteer for important races! As always, important events are bolded, and it is being constantly updated
 
Donate to the Expand the Senate Fund to keep the Senate in 2024!
 
Take our survey so we can update you on volunteer opportunities near you!
   
 

Colorado

 

Canvass

Denver (Bear Valley) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Tuesday, May 30
Denver (Bear Valley) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Saturday, June 3, Sunday, June 4, and Tuesday, June 6
Denver (Berkeley) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Various Dates
Denver (Berkeley) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Saturday, May 27
Denver (Berkeley) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Various Dates
Denver (Central Park) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Saturday, May 27 and Wednesday, May 31
Denver (Central Park) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Various Dates
Denver (Cherry Creek) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Sunday, May 28
Denver (Cherry Creek) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Various Dates
Denver (City Park West) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Various Dates
Denver (City Park West) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Various Dates
Denver (Clayton) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Thursday, May 25, Sunday, May 28, and Thursday, June 1
Denver (Five Points) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Saturday, May 27 and Tuesday, May 30
Denver (Five Points) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Various Dates
Denver (Highland) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Monday, June 5
Denver (Hilltop) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Sunday, May 28
Denver (Montbello) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Sunday, May 28
Denver (Montclair) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Sunday, May 28
Denver (North Park Hill) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Saturday, May 27 and Monday, May 29
Denver (North Park Hill) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Various Dates
Denver (Park South) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Saturday, May 27
Denver (Regis) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Sunday, May 28
Denver (Regis) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Various Dates
Denver (Sloan’s Lake) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Thursday, May 25, Sunday, May 28, and Thursday, June 1
Denver (Sloan’s Lake) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Various Dates
Denver (Sunnyside) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Sunday, May 28
Denver (The Highlands) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Thursday, May 25, Monday, May 29, and Thursday, June 1
Denver (University Park) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Various Dates
Denver (University Park) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Various Dates
Denver (Washington Park) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Saturday, May 27 and Monday, May 29
Denver (Washington Park) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Saturday, June 3, Sunday, June 4, and Monday, June 5
Denver (West Colfax) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Saturday, May 27
Denver (West Highland) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Saturday, May 27 and Wednesday, May 31
Denver (West Highland) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Various Dates
Denver - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Saturday, June 3
Denver - Candi CdeBaca for City Council District 9 - Various Dates
Denver - Candi CdeBaca for City Council District 9 - Saturday, May 27
Denver - Candi CdeBaca for City Council District 9 - Sunday, May 28
Denver - Shannon Hoffman for City Council District 10 - Saturday, May 27 and Sunday, May 28
Denver - Shontel Lewis for City Council District 8 - Weekends
 

Phone Bank from Home

Mike Johnston for Denver Mayor - Various Dates
Mike Johnston for Denver Mayor - Various Dates
Candi CdeBaca for Denver City Council District 9 - Thursday, May 25 and Thursday, June 1
Shannon Hoffman for Denver City Council District 10 - Wednesday, May 31
Shannon Hoffman for Denver City Council District 10 - Friday, May 26 and Friday, June 2
Shontel Lewis for Denver City Council District 8 - Tuesday, May 30 and Tuesday, June 6
Denver Municipal Runoff Elections - Tuesday, May 30
Denver Municipal Runoff Elections - Tuesday, June 6
 

Phone in Person

Denver (Berkeley) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Monday, May 29
Denver (Berkeley) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Various Dates
Denver (Central Park) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Various Dates
Denver (City Park West) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Various Dates
 

Visibility Events

Denver (Cherry Creek Farmer’s Market) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Saturday, May 27 and Saturday, June 3
Denver (City Park Farmer’s Market) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Saturday, May 27 and Saturday, June 3
Denver (Civic Center EATS) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Wednesdays and Thursdays
Denver (Colorado Boulevard and Colfax Avenue) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Various Dates
Denver (Highland Square Farmer’s Market) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Sunday, May 28 and Sunday, June 4
Denver (North Speer and West 32nd) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Various Dates
Denver (North Speer and West Colfax) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Various Dates
Denver (South Pearl Street Farmer’s Market) - Mike Johnston for Mayor - Sunday, May 28 and Sunday, June 4
 

New Jersey

 

Canvass

Camden County - Various Local Elections - Various Dates
Hamilton Park - Hudson Progressive Democrats - Saturday, May 27 and Saturday, June 3
Hoboken - Hudson Progressive Democrats - Saturday, May 27 and Saturday, June 3
Jersey City - Hudson Progressive Democrats - Sunday, May 28
North Bergen / North Hudson - Hudson Progressive Democrats - Thursday, May 25
 

Text Bank from Home

Primary Elections - Wednesday, May 31
Primary Elections - Black Caucus - Wednesday, May 31
 

Poll Standing

Hudson County - Hudson Progressive Democrats - Tuesday, June 6
 

Write Postcards from Home

Kate Delany and Sam Sweet for Camden County Commissioner - Various Dates
 

South Dakota

 

Phone Bank from Home

Roe v. Wade Phone Bank - Thursday, May 25, Thursday, June 1, and Thursday, June 8
 

Sign Petitions

Aberdeen - Roe v. Wade Ballot Campaign - Saturday, May 27 and Saturday, June 3
Brookings - Roe v. Wade Ballot Campaign - Saturdays
Rapid City - Roe v. Wade Ballot Campaign - Saturdays
Sioux Falls - Roe v. Wade Ballot Campaign - Thursdays and Saturdays
Sioux Falls - Roe v. Wade Ballot Campaign - Saturdays
Spearfish - Roe v. Wade Ballot Campaign - Monday, May 22 and Monday, May 29
Vermillion - Roe v. Wade Ballot Campaign - Saturday, May 27
 
   
You can also find volunteer and donation links for the candidates in upcoming runoff and special elections listed below. Elections are sorted by date.
 

June 6th

 
Mike Johnston is running for mayor of Denver, Colorado. You can donate or volunteer. Visit his website, Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube.
 

June 13th

 
Wendy Pieh is running for Maine House of Representatives District 45. You can donate via the Maine Clean Election Act Service! Sign up to canvass! Visit her website, Facebook page, and Instagram!
 

November 7th

 
Andy Beshear is running for re-election as Governor of Kentucky. Please donate if you can, or sign up to volunteer! Visit his website, Facebook page, Twitter feed, and Instagram.
 
Pamela Stevenson is running for Kentucky Attorney General. Please volunteer or donate! Take a look at her website, Facebook, and Twitter.
 
Charles “Buddy” Wheatley is running for Kentucky Secretary of State. You can donate or visit his website or Facebook page!
 
Michael Bowman is running for Kentucky Treasurer. Please donate if you are able, or become a volunteer! Check out his website, Facebook, Twitter, or Youtube.
 
Kimberley Reeder is running for Kentucky Auditor of Public Accounts. You can visit her website or donate.
 
Sierra Enlow is running for Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture. Please donate, volunteer, or attend an event. Visit her website, Facebook, Linked In, and Twitter.
 
Daniel McCaffery is running for Pennsylvania Supreme Court. If you are able, please make a donation or become a volunteer. Take a look at his website, Facebook page, and Instagram.
 
Jill Beck is running for Pennsylvania Superior Court. Please donate to her campaign, or sign up to volunteer. Check out her website, Facebook page, Twitter, and Instagram.
 
Timika Lane is running for Pennsylvania Superior Court. Consider making a donation. Visit her website, Facebook page, and Instagram.
 
Matt Wolf is running for Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court. Check out his website!
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2023.05.25 11:57 TheBoyisBackinTown South Loop Link team unveils third downtown park idea without any street closings

South Loop Link team unveils third downtown park idea without any street closings
Source: https://www.bizjournals.com/kansascity/news/2023/05/24/south-loop-link-park-design-street-closure.html
"Kansas City residents last month had the chance to review two concepts for the South Loop Link, both of which would have closed part of a downtown street running through the $200 million park atop Interstate 670... just over 1,000 people took the survey, but did not have a clear favorite between schemes A and B."
"Now a third option is on the table, too, which would leave open all streets running through the 4.6-acre urban green space between Wyandotte Street and Grand Boulevard... (it) would maintain one component of B — an elevated walkway over Baltimore Avenue connecting the western two blocks."
"Early construction activities would start in late October, and the park itself would be built between September 2024 and May 2026, contingent on securing necessary funds."
Image 1: C Image 2: B Image 3: A
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2023.05.25 07:11 Rethliopuks Why are the phonologies of Kartvelian languages apparently so stable?

Apparently, by glottochronological (and other?) estimates, Georgian and Mingrelian/Laz separated in 1st millennium BC, and these in turn separated from Svan in 2nd millennium BC. But their phonologies are strikingly similar -- almost identical. A cursory look at the Swadesh list suggests that many (most?) consonants are the same in cognates across the languages, and often even vowels.
But many other language families have undergone radical sound changes in comparable or shorter timespans. Why might Kartvelian languages have not done so? Or should the estimates be revised?
Edit: first saw the claim on Wikipedia, but it looks like a pretty widely accepted notation in the field. For example this paper https://www.jstor.org/stable/26548901 explicitly mentions
The Kartvelian or South Caucasian languages (Georgian, Mingrelian, Laz, and Svan) have remained geographically tightly-bounded subsequent to a relatively late breakup of their parent language—thought to have occurred circa the third through to early 2nd millennium B.C. (Klimov 1994a: 91; Gamkrelidze/Ivanov 1995: 777),
and there's papers and books discussing the relationship of Proto-Kartvelian with PIE including word borrowing, so it looks like at least PK is supposed to be roughly as ancient.
Edit 2: while both sources in the paper above (and every source Wikipedia has) seems to ultimately rely primarily on glottochronology, which I'm definitely not sold on at all, that very paper discusses a link between PK *x and a late PIE form of *h_2, and concludes the borrowing must have occurred between the splits of Anatolian & Tocharian (~3500-3700 BC) and the loss of the laryngeals in the other groups (when?). In any case that would possibly suggest a cutoff of ?~1500-1000BC given the oldest languages attested in the other daughter families, none of which preserve any laryngeals as fricatives. Of course this is barring the possibility that some other family like Balto-Slavic had kept this h_2 for a lot longer before it was first recorded -- I don't know if there's any evidence for or against that.
Possibly a separate question: even disregarding all of the speculations, I'm also struck by the phonological similarity between Modern Georgian and Old Georgian, first recorded in 430 AD: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kartvelian_languages. The differences in the common lexicon incl. morphemes are so few that they could easily pass as contemporary dialectal variations of another language, or varieties of another language family that split mere centuries ago.
Does that mean Georgian at least has stayed relatively unchanged phonologically and often morphologically for 15 centuries? And so all Kartvelian languages, for perhaps about 20 centuries (assuming Svan and Zan split before OG was recorded)?
Again, in the same timescale, much more drastic phonological and morphological changes have taken place in many other language families.
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2023.05.24 10:38 RS-1990 Anyone remember Highway South Australia? Here's the Christmas 1985 Issue!

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2023.05.24 07:43 supr91 South surrey real estate

Why is South Surrey (Kind George boulevard area) so pricey in terms of real estate? A new condo about 900sqft costs around 800k. Is the price okay? What are the rental and resale prospects like? Is it a worthy investment given the fact that the connectivity to downtown is not so great? Is the public transit situation going to improve anytime soon?
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2023.05.23 22:04 DannyLumpy Summer Events in the Denver Area

I'm trying to make a list of all of the things to do in Denver for this summer. Does anyone know of anything I should add?
DOUBLE CHECK BEFORE YOU GO. THIS LIST MAY NOT BE UP TO DATE

Music Festivals

Saturdays 05/27-09/02 Swingin Under the Stars - 7:30PM-10PM FREE All Ages Swing Dancing, Lessons, Ice Cream, Live Music Little Man Ice Cream, 2620 16th Street Denver, CO 80211
06/03 Denver Day of Rock - 1:15PM-9:30PM FREE All Ages 15 Bands, 3 Stages; Mainly Rock; Food Trucks LODO Denver
06/07 Holiday Theater Music and Poetry Showcase - 7PM FREE All Ages Guitar, Low-Rock, Spoken Word, Poetry, Jazz MCA Denver at the Holiday Theater 2644 West 32nd Avenue Denver, CO 80211
06/10 Five Points Jazz Festival - 12PM-8PM FREE All Ages 140+ Jazz Performances Five Points, Denver
06/17 First Harvest Music Vestival - 4PM-8PM $10 12 and Below; $35 1+ All Ages Various Musicans Including the Flobots, The Snakes, and Brothers of Brass; Foodtrucks, To Show Solidarity for Refugees DeLaney Community Farm 170 South Chambers Road Aurora, CO 80017
07/14-07/16 Compost Heap Music Festival - Times TBA FREE (Suggested Donations) Underground Music of Various Genres Seventh Circle Music Collective, 2935 W 7th Ave, Denver CO
07/15 Blues & BBQ Festival – 10AM-6PM $10 All Ages Live Blues Music and BBQ Citizen’s Park, 5560 W 24th Ave, Edgewater, CO 80214
07/21-07/22 Global Dance Festival – 3PM-11PM $99/Day All Ages EDM, Art Installations, Circus Performers, Silent Disco. Performers Include Kaskade, Deadmau5, Loud Luxury, Surf Mesa, Troyboi, Zedd and Many More! Empower Field. 1701 Bryant St, Denver, CO 80204
07/28-07/30 Underground Music Showcase - 3PM-12AM $120 Weekend Pass *Independent Music of Various Genres - Broadway // 6th Ave to Alameda, 21 S Broadway, Denver, CO 80209
08/25-08/27 Meow Wolf Vortex Music and Art Festival - 2:30PM-?? $60-$100 / Day, -$229 Weekend Pass Electronic Music Festival Feat. Griz, Armani White, BLOND:ISH and many more The Junkyard, 2323 W. Mulberry Place, Denver, CO 80204
08/12 Ghost Canyon Fest – 6PM-12AM $50 21+ Noise, Punk, and Post Punk Bands Hi Dive, 7 S Broadway, Denver, CO 80223
09/09 Sunnyside Music Festival – 12PM-7:15PM FREE All Ages Local Bands, Food, Vendos Chaffe Park near 2001 W 44th Ave, Denver, CO 80211
09/16 Viva Southwest Mariachi Fest – 4:30PM-10PM FREE All Ages Mariachi Bands, Food, Vendos Levitt Pavilion, 1380 W Florida Ave, Denver, CO 80223

Culture Festivals

06/02 Chrom - 5PM-10PM FREE All Ages A Pride Queer Art Showcase and Vendor Market, Live DJ Skylight, 833 Santa Fe Drive, Denver, United States
06/09-06/11 ayA Con - F 4PM-7PM; Sa 10AM-6PM; Su 10AM-5PM $15-$30 All Ages Indigenous Comics, Art, Fashion, Performance, Film, and Music McNichols Civic Center Building, 144 W Colfax Ave, Aver, CO 80202
06/09-06/11 Denver Greek Festival - F 11AM-11PM; Sa 11AM-12AM; Su 11AM-7PM FREE All Ages Celebration of Greek Heritage with Food, Music, Vendors, and Art Assumption of the Theotokos Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 4610 E Alameda Ave, Denver, CO 80246
06/17-06/18 Juneteenth Festival - 12PM-8PM FREE All Ages Celebration of Black Culture and Liberation with a Parade, Live Music, Vendors Five Points, Denver
06/17-06/18 Cherry Blossom Festival - 5k Sa 8AM; Parade Sa 9:30AM FREE All Ages Celebration of Japanese Heritage with Taiko Drumming, Teriyaki Chicken, Sake, Japanese Art Sakura Square, Denver
06/24-06/25 Denver Pridefest - Sa 11AM-6PM; Su 11AM-4PM FREE All Ages Celebration of LGBTQ+ Culture with 5k Run, Parade, Venors, Concerts, Drag Events Civic Center Park, 101 W 14th Ave, Denver, CO 80202 (Parade Starts at Cheeseman Park)
07/07 -07/09 Colorado Black Arts Festival - F 1PM-8PM; Sa 11AM-8PM; Su 11AM-7PM FREE All Ages * Celebration of Black Culture with Performances, Visual Art, Scavenger Hunts, Food, Parade, Vendors* City Park, 2001 Colorado Blvd, Denver, CO 80205
07/15-07/16 Mile High Global Bazaar - 11AM-7PM FREE All Ages Cultural Exhibits and Vendors from around the World Skyline Park, Denver, CO 80202
07/22-07/23 Colorado Dragon Boat Festival – Races Start 8AM; Festival Sa 10AM-7PM. Su 10AM-5PM FREE All Ages *Dragon Boat Races, Food, Vendors, Performances – FREE – Sloan's Lake Park W Bryon Pl, Denver, CO 80212

Food / Drink Festivals

W-Th 05/15-09/?? Civic Center Eats - 11AM-7PM Free All Ages 10-20 Food Trucks of Various Cuisines Civic Center Park, 101 W 14th Ave, Denver, CO 80202
05/14, 06/04, 07/09 A Taste of Colorado 10AM-6PM Free All Ages Live Music, 6 Food Trucks, Drinks, Live Music, Kids Activities, Vendors Civic Center Park, 101 W 14th Ave, Denver, CO 80202
05/27-05/28 BBQ Fest 11AM-8PM $35 Under 20; $109 Adult All Ages * All You Can Eat BBQ, All You Can Drink, Cooking Demos, Live Music* Empower Field at Mile High, 1701 Bryant St, Denver, CO, 80204
05/27 Taste Around the World! Spring Wine Event - 3PM-6:30PM $90 All Ages * Tastings for 25 Bottles of Wine with Help From Wine Experts* Ironton Distillery (RiNo) - 3636 Chestnut Pl, Denver, CO 80216
07/20 The Big Eat - 6PM-9PM $85 21+ 50+ Restaurants All You Can Eat, Live Music* Denver Performing Arts Complex, 1400 Curtis St, Denver, CO 80204
07/22 - Summer Brewfest - 1PM-10PM $55 Advance, $60 Day of Only Allowed Half of Time) 21+ *Unlimited Tastings of Local Beer Brews Mile High Station, 2027 West Colfax Avenue, Denver Co 80204
08/03 Denver Burger Battle - Price TBA 21+ 20+ Restaurants Best Burger Competition; Unlimited Drinks and Burgers* Tivoli Quad, 1000 Larimer St, Denver CO 80204?
08/19 Sloan’s Lake Beer Fest - $5 DD, $35 if Drinking 21+ 1970s Themed Beer Tasting with Live Music* 1610 Raleigh Street Denver, CO 80204
08/26 Denver Summer Whiskey Tasting Festival - 2:30PM-6PM $45 21+ Tasting of 20+ Whiskey, Tasting Lessons, Live Music, Food Location TBA
09/06-09/09 Denver Food and Wine Festivals 11AM-8PM $60-$95 21+ * Food and Wine Showcase, Tastings, Seminars, Cocktail Competition* Tivoli Quad on the Auraria Campus, 1000 Larimer St, Denver

Art / Crafts / Shopping Festival

05/05, 06/02, 07/07, 08/04, 09/01 Sante Fe First Friday Art Walks - 5:30PM-9PM FREE All Ages Galleries , Vendors, Food Trucks, Music Sante Fe // 5th Ave to 11th Ave, Denver, CO 80204
05/05, 06/02, 07/07, 08/04, 09/01 RiNo First Friday Art Walks - 5:30PM-9PM FREE All Ages Art,Vendors Larimer St // Broadway to Downing
05/05, 06/02, 07/07, 08/04, 09/01 Dairy Block First Friday Art Walks - 5PM-9PM FREE All Ages Art, Vendors 1800 Wazee St, Denver, CO 80202
05/05, 06/02, 07/07, 08/04, 09/01 Lakewood First Friday Art Walks - 6PM-9PM FREE All Ages Galleries, Drinks, Music 6501 W Colfax Ave, Lakewood, CO 80214
05/20-05/21 Spring Bazaar - 12PM-6PM FREE All Ages 80+ Vendors, Live DJ, Food Hall Outside Zeppelin Station, 3501 Wazee St #100, Denver, CO 80216
05/27-05/28 Denver Arts Festival - Sa 10AM-6PM, Su 10AM-5PM FREE All Ages Local Art Conservatory Green, Central Park, 8304 E. 49th Pl. Denver 80216
06/08-06/11 Denver Fringe Festival - Hours Vary $15 (Some FREE Street Performances) All Ages 55+ Shows of Performance Art, Plays, Comedy, Improv, Cabaret, Magic, Dance, Aerial, Immersive Experiences, & More Across 12 Venues RiNo and Five Points Denver
06/10-06/11 Denver Chalk Art Festival - Sa 10AM-10PM; Su 10AM-8PM FREE All Ages Chalk Art on the Street 123 W. 12th Avenue, Denver, CO 80204
07/01-07/03 Cherry Creek Arts Festival Sa-Su 10AM-8PM; M 10AM-6PM FREE All Ages Art Vendors Cherry Creek North, 2401 E 2nd Ave #150, Denver, CO 80206
07/22-07/23 Cheeseman Park Art Festival – 9AM-5PM FREE All Ages 150+ Artists, Live Music, Food & Drinks Cheeseman Park, 1599 East 8th Avenue, Denver CO 80218
05/14, 05/22, 06/11, 06/25; 07/09, 07/23, 08/13, 08/27 Thrift Pop – 12PM-5PM FREE All Ages Vintage Clothing, Thrifting, Collectibles Denver Central Market 2669 Larimer St, Denver CO

Other Festivals

05/18-05/21 Somebody’s Friend Movement and Music Festival – Times Vary FREE All Ages Dance and Live Music Festival Denver Central Market 2669 Larimer St, Denver CO
05/20 Rocky Mountain Tree Festival – 12PM-6PM FREE All Ages Live Music, Art Vendors; All Funds Go to Planting Trees New Terrain Brewing Co, 16401 Table Mountain Pkwy, Golden, CO
05/12; 06/04; 07/09; 08/06 !Viva! Streets – 8AM-2PM FREE 3.5 Miles of Car Free Streets; Food; Crafts Broadway, Denver From Alameda to 20th
06/10-06/11 Unicorn Festival – 10AM-5PM $25 All Things Fairy and Unicorn Including the Unicorns Themselves Clement Park, 7306 W Bowles Ave, Littleton, CO 80123
06/10-06/11 Big Gear Show – Sa 10AM-6PM; Su 10AM-4PM FREE Outdoor Goods Consumer Show Colorado Convention Center, 700 14th St, Denver, CO 80202
06/30-07/02 Fan Expo – F 4PM-9PM; Sa 10AM-7PM; Su 10AM-5PM $38-$58 / Day; $90 3-Day Pass All Ages Convention for Fans of Comics, Sci F, Horror, Anime, Gaming Colorado Convention Center, 700 14th St, Denver, CO 80202
07/15-07/16 Lavender Festival – 9AM-5PM $13 Adults, $11 Seniors, $9 Children All Ages Lavender Fields, Artists, Live Music, Demonstrationsof Dye Garden and Blacksmith ShopDenver Botanic Gardens - Chatfield Farms, 8500 W Deer Creek Canyon Road, Littleton, CO 80128

Farmers Markets

Sundays
Tuesdays
Wednesdays
Thursdays
Saturdays
Denver.org List of Farmers Markets

Concerts

LIST OF ALMOST ALL CONCERTS AND LIVE MUSIC IN DENVER SUMMER 2023
Free Outdoor Concerts
Outside Paid Venues
Paid Indoor Venues
Concert Lists (by Genre, Search, Etc)

Parks / Nature

National Parks
State Parks
City Parks
Hikes

Water Activities

Beaches
Pools
Splash Parks
Water Parks

Amusement

Theme Parks / Roller Coasters
Themed Festivals

Outdoor Movies

Local Projections
Drive Ins

Theatre / Opera / Symphony Shows

Denver Center for the Performing Arts Big Performing Arts Complex with Several Auditoriums for Plays, Concerts, Symphonies, Shows, and More 1350 Curtis Street, Denver, CO 80202
Miners Alley Playhouse Local Children’s Theatre 1224 Washington Ave, Golden, CO 80401
Adams Mystery Playhouse Full-time Murder Mystery Theatre 2406 Federal Blvd, Denver, CO 80211
Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities Local Playhouse for Concerts and Plays 6901 Wadsworth Blvd, Arvada, CO 80003
Vintage Theatre Local Play House Specializing in Revival and Contemporary Musicals and Play 1468 Dayton St, Aurora, CO 80010
Firehouse Theatre Company at The John Hand Theatre Performance Art Group 7653 E 1st Pl, Denver, CO 80230
Curious Theatre Company Cutting Edge Theatre 1080 Acoma St, Denver, CO 80204
06/11-08/13 Colorado Shakespeare Festival Prices Vary; $18 For Standard Bundle **Festival Showing Many of Shakespeare’s Plays Over a Few Weeks 972 Broadway, Boulder, CO, 80302
Theatres Without Current Shows That You Should Still Keep an Eye On
The Source Theatre Company Local Performing Arts Theatre 721 Santa Fe Dr, Denver, CO 80204
Lone Tree Arts Center Contemporary Center Which Hosts Plays, Concerts, and Events 10075 Commons St, Lone Tree, CO 80124
Cherry Creek Theatre Performance Art Center 350 S Dahlia St, Denver, CO 80246

Dance / Performance Art / Burlesque / Etc

05/18-06/04 Strange Natures - TH-Su 7PM $20 Immersive Dance Theatre Show 1801 Brentwood St., Lakewood, CO 80214
07/05-08/13 Cirque du Soleil: Kooza - 7:30PM $54- $64 All Ages Circus and Gymnastics Show Ball Arena, 1000 Chopper Circle, Denver, CO 80202
07/06-07/08 Colorado Burlesque Festival - 7PM-10PM $25- $35 / Day, $75 / Weekend 18+ Burlesque, Drag, Aerial, & Variet Performance Reelworks, 1399 35th St, Denver, CO
• 07/02 -07/31– Central City Opera’s 2022 Festival – (Opera and Theatre) – Central City Opera House

Museums / Exhibits / Gardens

Art
History
Science / Nature
Animals

Things to Do Year Round

WIP of Places to Eat, Drink, and Have Fun Around Downtown I'm still building this. Please let me know if you have anything to add or change!
Eat Around the World in Denver Join us over at /denverfood where we're trying to make a list of restaurants that represent each of the world's countries all in the larger Denver area!

Other Resources

General Compilations
Mile High on the Cheap
303 Magazine Events Calendar
Colorado.com Events Schedule
Denver-Co Events
Vesta Events
AllEvents
Metro Denver
Dairy Block Event Calendar 1800 Wazee St, Denver, CO 80202
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2023.05.23 17:01 Buck_i_Am 5/22/2023 Hilliard City Council Meeting Summary

COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE MEETING

The video replay of this meeting was removed or not uploaded to YouTube. Council reviewed the City Charter.

REGULAR MEETING

INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

The invocation was lead by Fr. Frank Brown from St. Brendan's Catholic Church. The pledge of allegiance was lead by Vice President Vermillion.

COMMISSION AND BOARD REPORTS

PROCLAMATION

Pride Month

CONSENT AGENDA

Vermillion moved to adopt the following consent agenda items by voice vote without additional discussion. Seconded by Councilman Carrier. The ayes prevailed.
TRFO Liquor License
Resolution 23-R-35: APPROVING RE-APPOINTMENTS TO THE CITY'S AGE-IN-PLACE ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Resolution 23-R-36: REAPPOINTING MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE HICKORY CHASE NEW COMMUNITY AUTHORITY
Resolution 23-R-37: ACCEPTING UTILITY EASEMENTS AND SANITARY SEWER PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS FOR THE UPPER VIEW FLATS APARTMENTS

PUBLIC COMMENTS

ORDINANCES

Ordinance 23-07: AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO ENTER INTO A DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT WITH ADVANCED DRAINAGE SYSTEMS, INC; AUTHORIZING THE FINANCE DIRECTOR TO TRANSFER FUNDS; AND AUTHORIZING THE APPROPRIATION AND EXPENDITURE OF FUNDS
Ordinance 23-08: AUTHORIZING THE FINANCE DIRECTOR TO TRANSFER FUNDS; AND THE APPROPRIATION AND EXPENDITURE OF FUNDS
Ordinance 23-09: AMENDING THE AUTHORIZATION OF THE EXPENDITURE OF FUNDS FOR THE CLOVER GROFF RUN STREAM RESTORATION, PHASE 2, CIP ST-38

RESOLUTIONS

Resolution 23-R-38: APPOINTING A MEMBER TO THE CITY'S PERSONNEL REVIEW BOARD
Resolution 23-R-39: AUTHORIZING THE ACCEPTANCE AND SUBSEQUENT RECONVEYANCE OF A PARCEL OWNED BY TRUEMAN BOULEVARD LLC AND A PARCEL OWNED BY RRIHQ LLC BY QUIT CLAIM DEED
Resolution 23-R-40: AUTHORIZING THE CONDITIONAL USE FOR ATHLETIC FIELDS AT 6287 COSGRAY ROAD WITHIN THE HILLIARD RECREATION & WELLNESS CENTER PUD
Resolution 23-R-41: AUTHORIZING THE CONDITIONAL USE FOR BUILDING MATERIAL AND LUMBER SUPPLY AND OUTDOOR STORAGE ACCESSORY TO A PERMITTED USE EXCEEDING TEN PERCENT OF THE TOTAL AREA OF THE LOT OR PARCEL AT 3637 LACON ROAD WITHIN THE M-1, RESTRICTED INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT
Resolution 23-R-42: AUTHORIZING THE CONDITIONAL USE FOR INDOOR COMMERCIAL RECREATION AT 4000 PARKWAY LANE WITHIN THE B-4, I-270 CORRIDOR DISTRICT

PRESIDENT'S COMMUNICATION

ITEMS FOR COUNCIL DISCUSSION

OTHER NOTES AND COMMENTS

Carrier moved to adjourn the meeting, seconded by Cottone. Motion passed by voice vote.
The next regular City Council meeting will take place on June 12th.
Last but not least, check out this eye roll from Councilman Marsh as Carrier says something to him as he leaves.
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2023.05.23 01:18 LimpyTheOriginal When you can’t make the tour so you cheat 😅

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2023.05.22 23:20 uncleozzy LI’s first rec dispensary coming soon to East Farmingdale

Per Newsday:
Long Island's first brick-and-mortar recreational cannabis dispensary is set to open in East Farmingdale within weeks.
Family-owned Strain Stars will operate out of a 3,500 square-foot storefront on Route 110, south of Gazza Boulevard, in the same plaza as The Main Event restaurant and sports bar.
The business received a special use permit from the Babylon Town zoning board of appeals last month and is awaiting a certificate of occupancy from the town. Once that is filed, the state will perform a site inspection and, if it passes, its doors will be open for business, said the company's CEO Yuvraj Singh, 24, of Hicksville.
Singh said he aims to open by May 31, but the debut may get pushed back to the first week of June.
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