I relocated here last year after getting out of the military and there seems to be absolutely no single individuals in this town whatsoever.
This of course, doesn't necessarily make Denver a better place to live for you than the Springs is, but I'm putting that out there so you understand.Denver was recently ranked as numero uno for singles amongst cities like Boston, San Francisco and New York.This was based upon a number of factors including number of singles ages 18-25, number of entertainment options, etc. I'm looking to relocate to Denver, but I wonder if CS might have better options for me as a single person? That ranking surprises me a little bit, though it probably depends on what you're looking for.The Springs always struck me as more oriented toward families than Denver does.Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick!
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Alize died from severe head injuries after her foster mom, Jules Cuneo, allegedly shoved her head-first into a coffee table when she wouldn’t talk. Corrections officers rushed Lindenberger to the Colorado Springs hospital so she could see her daughter before she died.
She could only hold her daughter’s hand, not hug her, she said.
“Some of them were abusive, and some of them just didn’t care,” Lindenberger said recently in the visitors room of the Denver Women’s Correctional Facility.
So when she was sent to the Buena Vista Boot Camp for a methamphetamine conviction last spring and her 2 1/2-year-old daughter, Alize Vick, and infant son, Anthoni Vick, went to a Colorado Springs foster home, she was tormented by guilt and constant anxiety.
Within months, her worst fears were realized: Alize died from a severe head injury, and her child’s foster mother was charged with murder.