As wildfires have increased in regularity and severity, U.S. Forest Service firefighting costs have grown significantly, now consuming more than 50 percent of the annual budget, an increase of nearly 35 percent over the last two decades.
For decades, the oil and natural gas industry has served as one of Colorado’s strongest economic engines.
Today, on the other side of the changes, current data provided by the Colorado Association of REALTORS® shows that immediate demand could stretch many more years in its ability to fulfill those demands to the scale in which we need.
When we think of “Inclusion” we often think of things like social inclusion or diversity, economic inclusion or the fairness in the distribution of wealth.
Finding beauty in older buildings, resisting the financially tempting tear-down option and restoring structures to their former glory.
I drove the newly redesigned 2017 Kia Cadenza Limited, a luxury (to the max!) performance vehicle so responsive and such a great road car that I made the drive there and back (three hours each way) with ease, and arrived each time feeling refreshed.
35 examples of the artificial intelligence that could negatively impact our existing societal structure.
As coworking continues to grow and change, Colorado’s Front Range is primed to continue to take a leadership role in the ever-changing American workspace.
Rather than competing with outdoor brand meccas like Ogden, Utah –home to Salomon, Black Diamond and countless more – Telluride uses TVA to reveal the local entrepreneurial support network that Western Rise and others like it are looking for.
And remember, don’t get so wrapped up in all the shiny new tech that you lose sight of what really matters, excellent service and true hospitality. That’s what makes for a successful restaurant.
Located at the end of the Union Station platform Hotel Born is an urban accommodation with Bavarian inspired materials, exposed concrete ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows and a rich collection of 700 original works by 32 local artists.
Unlike their larger counterparts, maintaining a full-time IT department is unrealistic for most small- and medium-size companies. The costs are too high, the efficiency too impractical and the time required unreasonable.