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Fort Collins' Downtown Artery Serves a Diverse Creative Community

For 2018, the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts included Fort Collins' Downtown Artery for its support of a vibrant community of artists, creators and musicians in the northern part of the state.

Tech Recruiter Matches Teachers with Part-Time Gigs

Mark Phillips, founder of Boulder-based educational technology recruiting firm HireEducation, has launched GigEd, an online platform that matches "ed tech" firms with educators looking for part-time gigs.

Is the U.S. Entering a Trade Spat or a Trade War?

The Commerce Secretary has said, "This is not a big deal." And Trump has said, "Trade Wars are good and easy to win."

Defining Denver's Housing Market and the Importance of Median vs. Average Pricing

In a widely-publicized set of perspectives released earlier this month by the Denver Metro Association of REALTORS® (DMAR), the metro area appears to have just crossed the large average price threshold of $500,000.

Denver Jazz Institution, Dazzle, Honored for Decade of Music, Arts Education

For nearly double that tine, jazz aficionados and music fans at large have come to know Dazzle as the premier location to enjoy the songs and stylings of some of the world's most talented musicians.

Bellco Credit Union Supports Free Kids at Denver Art Museum

Since 1936, Bellco has donated to nonprofits, supported worthwhile causes and sponsored community events, striving to make a difference.

Executive Wheels: A Toyota That Tastes a Lot Like Meatloaf Tuesdays

This 2018 model - the 8th generation of the venerable model that Toyota debuted in 1982 - has been redesigned and is overall bolder, with a more aggressive grille and lines, somewhat sleeker and rounded.

Farm Bill Reauthorization Goes to the Heart of Colorado's Rural Economies

The challenges facing Colorado’s farms and ranches are reflected in the disparity in economic growth between rural Colorado and the Front Range. Many of the state’s rural counties are looking for ways create more economic prosperity in their communities.

Tennyson Street: Once Again a Denver Destination

Many new businesses have opened along Tennyson Street throughout the past three years and adding to the urban-vitality of the street is the recent sprinkling of modern apartment buildings.

What to Do About the Impact of Marijuana on Real Estate in Colorado

If the federal government takes large enforcement action against the industry, commercial real estate will no doubt be impacted.

CBCA Honors 12 for Arts Support

CBCA's annual awards luncheon will commemorate honorees March 13 at the Denver Center for Performing Arts, where more than 700 corporate, cultural and civic leaders are expect. Local rock band iZCALLi will kick off the programming with visual and performance art filling the afternoon.

Blockchain: The Future of Work Building in Colorado

Many believe the future of work will be unbundled. It will be as easy for a software engineer to find a new project as it is for an Uber driver to find a new rider.
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