If buildings were people, 214 Linden Street would be one tough cookie. No stranger to problems with the law and changes in ownership, the building has developed an unfortunately legendary status due to the number of failed businesses it has housed. Many of the businesses that “went under” were bars, such as Hamilton’s, Linden’s, Conor O’Neill’s and Black Oak. Most recently, 214 Linden Street was home to the popular stock market-themed bar, Sports eXchange. The bar was closed multiple times for disobeying liquor laws and allowing patrons to become excessively drunk on the premises. Owner Brittany O’Daniel has recently decided to revoke her ownership over the bar, allowing it to open up with the same theme, new owners and a new name: Wall Street. Will it last? Only time will tell: Here’s hoping that this “bear market” doesn’t continue to plummet.
Join the W.O.L.F. Sanctuary for their 10th Anniversary celebration, Waltz for the Wolves, on Saturday, June 14 at 5pm at The Ranch Events Complex in Loveland. W.O.L.F Sanctuary’s Waltz for the Wolves dinner and auction has a two-fold purpose this year. Additionally, funds will go to help move the W.O.L.F. Sanctuary to a new, larger location. The fires and floods in the past years badly damaged W.O.L.F.’s current property. Silent […]
1. CYCLEBAR. Looking for a New Year’s resolution workout that will last? CycleBar, a new concept in indoor cycling that offers a high-energy workout in a rock concert-like atmosphere, celebrated the opening of its first studio in Northern Colorado in December. Offering a unique exercise strategy that transforms both the body and spirit, CycleBar is part of the next generation of boutique fitness that specializes on cycling but adds in arm and core sculpting for a […]
“Hanged by the neck until dead,” as the courts ruled. Folsom Prison executed a total of 93 inmates, occurring between 1895 and 1937. Written by local author April Moore, Folsom’s 93: The Lives and Crimes of Folsom Prison’s Executed Men will be the first book to profile in detail the lives and crimes of these men, as well as the lives of their victims. April Moore became acquainted with these […]