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So good you can’t even tell it’s vegan

April 1, 2014

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DENVER — The idea of a vegan bakery and café probably evokes the imagery of an chic urban restaurant filled with fashionable hipsters, nursing cups of wheatgrass, eating overpriced, unappetizing and unidentifiable foods. After all, vegan means no animal products like eggs nor even butter can go into the food. Thankfully, upon entering Denver’s Beet […]

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Historic Union Station: Denver’s Multimodal Transportation Hub

March 19, 2014

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Denver– Move over New York subway, RTD is coming. The long-time transit service is getting a makeover this year. RTD will shut down their famous Market Street Station, and move into Denver’s historic Union Station in May 2014. The transit company bought Union Station in 2001 with plans to bring the building back to its […]

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Colorado bookstore expands to new concourse

March 13, 2014

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DENVER — The Tattered Cover, the iconic Colorado bookstore, expands further at Denver International Airport (DIA) with a new store opening in the middle of Concourse A.  This 1,200-square-foot store will be the second Tattered Cover store in DIA. The Tattered Cover opened its first store back in 1971 in the Cherry Creek district of Denver.  […]

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Trader Joe’s Moves into the Neighborhood

March 4, 2014

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BOULDER, Colo. – The past week Colorado residents were on pins and needles as the suspense of waiting for a top of the line grocery store. Enter Trader Joe’s, the newest store to join the big three — Whole Foods, Sprouts and King Soopers. “[Trader Joe’s] provides us with a lot of fresh new options,” […]

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How to Tip Your Server

November 14, 2013

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ARVADA, Colo.-Eating out is a tradition most people all over the world enjoy.  We go out to eat to celebrate special occasions, catch up with family and friends and to just eat a good meal. The average American eats out four to five times a week.  Restaurants can be costly especially when you have to […]

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Tonia Washington – Mother /Student/ Entrepreneur

November 5, 2013

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Tonia Washington   –   Mother /Student/ Entrepreneur

DENVER, Auraria Campus-In today’s world, it is becoming more and more common for parents to graduate with their children. What is truly uncommon is individual steps taken with-in the journey. Tonia Washington and her son Raymond will be graduating from Metropolitan State University at the same time next year. Being raised by a single mother and […]

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Flood Cars Wash Up In Local Lots

November 5, 2013

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Flood Cars Wash Up In Local Lots

DENVER–It’s been nearly seven weeks since floodwaters ravaged parts of Boulder and the Front Range, but lingering effects are showing up in local used-car lots. “They’re like zombie cars–dead and risen again, said Eugene Koev, a car mechanic  for Infiniti in Denver. From a distance they may look OK, but with these cars it’s the […]

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If the Shoe Fits; Make it a Business

October 31, 2013

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There aren’t many people who can say they have fulfilled a childhood dream. Two childhood buddies brought their passions of shoes and their dream of making a business front shoe sales into a reality. Noe Magdaleno, and Julian Cabrera met in 2005, they met through basketball and the common interest of sneakers. Coincidently both guys […]

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Riverside Cemetery Gets Some TLC from MSU Denver’s Hospitality, Tourism and Events Students

October 31, 2013

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Riverside Cemetery Gets Some TLC from MSU Denver’s Hospitality, Tourism and Events Students

  DENVER — Cemeteries are the resting ground for loved ones to be cherished and remembered, but some historical sites like Denver’s Riverside Cemetery have become an afterthought due to financial woes. “It’s more than just a historical cemetery, it depicts ethnic diversity of the early settlers,” explains Patricia Carmody, executive director of the Fairmont […]

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A Car Share Program You Can Leave at the Curb

October 11, 2013

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DENVER — Downtown living can make owning a car a bigger hassle than it’s worth, but the groceries have to make it from the shelves to the cupboards somehow.  For those days when having a car is necessary there is Car 2 Go, a car share program that can be left anywhere in the downtown […]

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