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Colorado Harvest Company, a cannabis production and retail company, donated $100,000 last year to the Levitt Pavilion in Ruby Hill Park.
The City of Lakewood was honored for its collaborative efforts on the 40 West ArtLine, a four-mile walking and biking arts experience creatively connecting parks and neighborhoods to transit, businesses and other amenities.
Bank of America's commitment to philanthropy in the arts, including sponsoring major exhibits at the Denver Art Museum, grants for arts conservation and their Museums on Us program earned the organization a 2019 Colorado Business for the Arts award.
On Tuesday, March 12, the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) celebrated 10 honorees at the 2019 Business for the Arts Awards Luncheon, as part of the 2019 Business for the Arts Awards.
For those of you that haven’t spent a lot of time in a grocery or convenience stores in 2019, you might be in for a surprise. Replacing cooler space once reserved for soda or water is full-strength Colorado craft beer.
For the past several years home sellers have had a definite advantage in the Denver metro area, but lately we’ve seen that dynamic begin to change. A clear sign is that more sellers are accepting offers below their original list price or we’re seeing price drops in the first few weeks.
In life, random events occur every day and they can reshape lives in an instant. I’ve seen way too many instances where a spouse passes, leaving the surviving spouse with real estate assets and no plan.
A new female-focused coworking community is putting down roots in Denver. RISE Collaborative Workspace fills the void in the work-from-home environment.
Penske, the moving truck rental company, recently revealed the top 10 moving destinations in the country, a list they’ve been compiling since 2010 to track one-way truck rentals to cities throughout the United States.
Developers have been finding new uses for old buildings for decades. It’s a key factor in preserving a community’s history and retaining its character.
My day job as a media industry analyst lets me peer into on-the-drawing-board ideas that are either the Next Big Thing or, as is more often the result, the Next Big Fizzle.