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Lower downtown is what we're getting at with the LoDo acronym. Flush with restaurants and bars and right next to the light rail station, LoDo is a popular destination for hungry, thirsty Denverites. While money tends to flood the bars and restaurants on Market Street, a younger crowd spills into its surrounding streets. The city's coolest bookstore (the Tattered Cover) and its oldest brewpub (the Wynkoop Brewing Company) are within two blocks of each other.

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Public art's unheralded bonus? Projects invigorate the local economy.

When the city spends money on public art, the funds also create jobs, spark commerce and keep local businesses thriving. And it can make Denver a more pleasant place to live, work, and visit.

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What If All of Denver's Bikers and Walkers Banded Together? They Have, and They Want Safer Streets.

Denver's funding for walking and biking infrastructure is meager compared to the budgets of peer cities. The Denver Streets Partnership is looking to shift the paradigm, with a big target of $800 million.

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At WeWork, easing veterans into startup ventures

The Veterans in Residence program, an outgrowth of the successful Patriot Boot Camp, aims to diversity the pool of entrepreneurs by helping former military personnel get into business. 

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The Six Things Creative Entrepreneurs Need to Know Now

Need a little inspiration? There was plenty of it at IdeaLab 2017, which brought together creative minds from across the U.S. Here are a half-dozen useful pieces of advice that came out of the day's conversations.

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As Denver grows taller, city planners scramble to create rules that make sense

Denver's booming population is nearing 700,000 and demand for housing has pushed building heights skyward. The question: What guidelines makes sense for each urban neighborhood?
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New & Next: Five Things Denverites Should Be Talking About

All In Denver co-founder Jami Duffy lays out the five conversations the city's residents should be starting, right now,  about our city's future.
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