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7 Reasons to Invest in South Main this New Year

by December 29, 2011 » Add the first comment.
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With 2012 upon us, we invite you to come find your place in South Main. Seriously, there will never be a better time to buy. Here’s why. 1) If you like South Main now, this place is going to blow your mind in 5-10 [...] Read more »

Come to the 3rd Annual Holiday Artwalk!

by December 1, 2011 » Add the first comment.
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In 2009 the first annual Artwalk was a grassroots event started a handful of neighbors in South Main. It was a popular and beautiful evening (check out the photo gallery here). Last year the event expanded to include spaces and activities outside of South Main as well, once again making for some great photos. This [...] Read more »

Trick or Treating in South Main

by November 1, 2011 » Add the second comment.
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It feels like we’ve hit a critical mass of kids and families in South Main given that we had our first true trick-or-treating outing on Halloween. A posse of South Main families traipsed around the neighborhood, knocking on every door they could find and hitting up households that were a bit unaccustomed to trick or [...] Read more »

Cyclocross in South Main

by September 26, 2011 » Add the first comment.
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For the 3rd year running, South Main and the Buena Vista River Park were host to Cross at the River, a cyclocross event which this year had riders bumping down the cobblestones of Swift Circle and sprinting up the staircase at the LoDo Wave on their multiple laps through the course. “Everybody loved the course” [...] Read more »

New Home Draws Inspiration from New Orleans

by September 1, 2011 » Add the second comment.
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Val and Linda Puckett are bringing some inspiration from the deep south to South Main with their beautiful full-time residence currently under construction on Buzz Boulevard. At 1,700 square feet plus a garage, the Kenny Craft design takes inspiration from the architecture of New Orleans. Family was the biggest factor in the Pucketts’ decision to [...] Read more »

Collegiate Peaks Music Fest a Huge Success in South Main

by August 1, 2011 » Add more comments.
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The Collegiate Peaks Music Festival, now in its 6th year, was taken to an entirely new level this year, featuring national talent from Keller Williams to The Motet, Elephant Revival and The Kyle Hollingsworth Band, all enhanced by top quality sound and lights production. The South Main Town Square made an awesome venue for the [...] Read more »

My Street Makes Me Happy

by July 8, 2011 » Add the first comment.
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I’m in a hurry to finish this post cause I have an impromptu community picnic in the park to make it to. I’ll be wheeling the barbecue, table and chairs over to enjoy some quality time with my neighbors while my kids tear around with their little friends from across the alley. I’m a lucky [...] Read more »

A Beautiful July 4th in Buena Vista

by July 5, 2011 » Add the second comment.
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What an awesome July 4th weekend we had here in Buena Vista! So many thanks to everyone that turned out for a hugely successful Pickin’ and Paddlin’ in the Park and to all the volunteers and sponsors that made the event possible.

Music Festival Returns to South Main This July!

by May 13, 2011 » Add the first comment.
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With Keller Williams headlining, we are thrilled to host the 2011 Collegiate Peaks Music Festival in the South Main Town Square this July 28th-30th! We wrote a few months ago about some of the event’s new organizers,  South Main residents Bobby and Angela Kuepper. Well the new organizers are really taking the festival to a [...] Read more »

Why Urbanism Matters- South Main & Sustainability Part 2

by February 25, 2011 » Add more comments.
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Good urbanism has a hard time competing with solar panels and wind turbines as a symbol of sustainability. So it often takes one of those light bulb moments to realize the truth about Urbanism: it’s probably the most comprehensive way we can address climate change in this country.