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Design & Architecture september 6, 2016

Interactive Office Lobby Invites Nature Indoors Through Visualized Data

The building interior features 85-foot LED columns to display natural occurrences from the local area

Work january 28, 2016

Panasonic Initiatives Stand to Transform Denver Into Top-Tier Urban Hub

This city's urban infrastructure promises lower power costs

Sustainability december 1, 2014

Colorado Does Black Friday With Pot Discounts, Free Schwag

In preparation for the busiest shopping day of the year and weeks of holiday pot tourism to follow, cannabis vendors are rolling out a variety of promotions

Advertising march 12, 2014

Legal Marijuana PSAs Warn Against Stoned Driving [Video]

This tongue-in-cheek Colorado campaign draws upon some well-baked experience.

Design & Architecture july 11, 2013

Light Cushion Installation Comes Alive With Human Feet

An installation of circular units that sense and "listen" to human movement to emit sound and colored illumination.

Travel april 9, 2013

Abandoned Train Station Repurposed Into Modern Hotel

Union Station in Denver is set to get a makeover and give the building a new function.

Mobile april 4, 2013

Mobile Coffee Shop Aims To Bring Back The Social Cafe

Java purveyors have become silent work spaces in this age of nomadic creatives, Public Coffee is creating a place for conversation.

Home february 5, 2013

Library Starts Seed Sharing Program Among Patrons

Colorado institution attempts to pioneer a program to draw in readers and put them in touch with nature.

Work december 4, 2012

Artist Revives Ancient Stone Balancing To Create Mind-Boggling Structures

Sculptor Michael Grab uses patience, balance, and gravity to visually stunning ends.

Syndicated november 13, 2012

How Young Voters Won The Culture Wars

2012 saw historic support for pro-choice positions, gay marriage and marijuana legalization – thanks to liberal-leaning youth.

Technology october 25, 2012

Why The American Voter Is No Longer Interested In ‘Hope’

US demographics are changing -- becoming less white, less religious and more urban, but the way the Republicans and Democrats are talking about the future of the country is not.

october 5, 2012

Colorado Brewery Makes Bull Testicle-Flavored Beer

Wynkoop Brewing Company’s new beer is made with local base malts, roasted barley, seven specialty malts, Styrian Goldings hops, sea salt, and roasted 'rocky mountain oysters.'

Syndicated july 5, 2012

Can We Finally Blame Extreme Weather On Global Warming?

Wildfires, heatwaves and storms witnessed in the the United States are 'what global warming looks like', say climate scientists.


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