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Nearly 20 candidates have already filed to run for Denver mayor in 2023.AEG buys the legendary Gothic Theater in Englewood.Major family meltdown at the top of the Leprino Food’s cheese factory.
Thursday’s weather: A little snow, up to 1 inch. High: 42 Low: 25.
Here are the top stories in Denver today:
The Keeper of East Colfax is creating a Thanksgiving feast to share. It’s one of those feel-good stories that warms your heart – a homeless man, Tony Jones (aka The Keeper) is serving up a Thanksgiving feast again, after having fed around 80 people last year. (COSun) Denver’s mayoral election is already a crowded field. More than 18 candidates have filed for the 2023 mayoral race, and more are expected to join the fray after the holiday for the open seat being vacated by Mayor Michael Hancock, who is termed out. (Denverite) Gothic Theatre in Englewood goes for $2 million. South Broadway’s Gothic Theatre has been purchased by AEG Worldwide. The storied music venue originally opened as a movie theater in the 1920s but been shut down since the mid 1980s when it was purchased in 1998, and the venue has been a player in metro Denver’s music scene ever since. (Westword)Mayor’s Denver Design Awards announced for 2022. A dozen new development projects were selected as part of the City’s annual awards. The projects were featured at Mayor’s Design Awards ceremony last week at Ellie Caulkins Opera House. (Denver)Local cheesemaker’s family fighting in court over the cheese empire’s fortune. The Leprino family heads to court next week with a plot that’s thicker than the cheese they make. The drama includes all the ingredients for a dramatic crescendo: A reclusive billionaire, simmering family tensions and a whole lot of cheese. (Westword)
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