City and Urban Revitalization through Art
Jul03

City and Urban Revitalization through Art

American cities have found their “inner city murals” transforming. The urban messages visually tell citizens and tourists alike what the pulse is of a neighborhood and city. From New York City’s Soho to once lost neighborhoods in places like Detroit, Miami, and Denver, art has been a powerful renewal source. Affixed to buildings or presented as outdoor installations, artists and property owners gain rewards from studios and workshops forming to major developments renewing otherwise forgotten communities.

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The 5 States With No Sales Tax
Jan08

The 5 States With No Sales Tax

  As featured in May, 2013, 5 US states have alternative tax rates that have encouraged economies and industries to flourish.   Should you want to reduce your obligation in 2016, these 5 states may be your answer.   What Dan Caplinger uncovered is that in many cases, the states have gained a competitive advantage for their economies.  So whether it is shoes, weed or a Louise Vuitton bag, consumers can benefit.   Not surprisingly oil...

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Denver’s Cultural Renaissance – Getting Higher
Sep21

Denver’s Cultural Renaissance – Getting Higher

Measuring a city’s progress culturally typically goes hand in hand with the political vibes of a community.   Denver is no exception.    The November elections give reason to evaluate where the city might head from what has been achieved.   In the 90s, the push was to fund and open the most advanced, major international airport in the United States.   The stores are now just filling up. Post 911, the city found the will power to...

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Denver Fashion Weekend – Advances from Trails to Runway
Apr17

Denver Fashion Weekend – Advances from Trails to Runway

Denver steps up the game from running shoes to the runway. The contributed article by Katy Hamann-Boothe explores an “insiders” view of where Denver is today compared to the 1980s.

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