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Creators Wanted: Manufacturing is Your Next Adventure

Adventure is Colorado’s heritage. That’s how many of us got here — men, women and children set out for a frontier entirely new to them, not knowing what they’d find.

Addition by Extraction

“Jobs Matter,” the red-and-white yard signs declared against Proposition 112, the proposal to push back drilling 2,500 feet from homes, businesses and waterways rejected by Colorado voters in November.

Revamping Tradition for a New Audience

A landmark of Fort Collins since 1923, the Armstrong is now the city’s oldest functioning hotel. For being so historic, though, there’s nothing stagnant about this place.

Experiential Marketers on the Move

The idea came to Troy De Baca in a dream. He chased down an ice cream truck and ordered a Rocket Pop and a Fudgsicle.

The Groundhog Was Right This Year

With ice on the ground and a car so dirty you aren’t sure you can take it anymore, it’s hard to imagine that the end of winter is near.

What’s Old is New Again: Reviving the Cemetery

Established in 1890, Fairmount Cemetery is one of Colorado’s oldest cemeteries. When it was founded, cemeteries were more than places where people would go to grieve their deceased relatives.

A Colorado State of Wine

The state of wine is changing for the better in Colorado. Our reputation for having poor quality wines has finally shifted after decades of hard work from our state’s winemakers. While the majority of local wines have gotten a bad rap in the past, Colorado’s wine scene is finally emerging, shedding light on our overlooked wine regions. In 2018, Wine Enthusiast magazine and Vogue magazine named Colorado’s Grand Valley American Viticulture Area (AVA) one of the “Ten Best Wine Getaways.”

Veil Intimates Gives a Tech Boost to Bras

The global bra market is on track to be a $30 billion business by the end of 2025, so a smarter bra is a brilliant investment.

Colorado Wins in Amazon Move

In vying for the chance to be the site of Amazon’s second headquarters, New York offered $3 billion in incentives to persuade them, while Colorado offered just $100 million.

Reflections From China

I’ve completed my third teaching tour in southwestern China’s Sichuan Province, home to the spicy Chinese food.

An Oasis in the City

The University Hills Neighborhood in Denver, whose boundaries are Colorado Boulevard, Hampden Avenue and I-25, has always felt like an oasis of solitude.

String Theory

Like any worthy rock ‘n roll story, this one involves tequila.
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