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Now & Next: Coworking Space Meets Womenís Unique Needs

Women in Kind is frank about the ways workplace needs differ between men and women and addresses them head-on. 

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New & Next: Finding Sustainable, Equitable Funding for Mobility Infrastructure Critical for Colorado

How will Colorado address transportation concerns in a way that serves citizens who get around by car, bike and foot?

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Now & Next: Five Reasons You Donít Want to Miss IdeaLab 2017

IdeaLab 2017 is a chance to share project ideas with other creative entrepreneurs. Speakers include Steven Renderos, of the Center for Media Justice, poet Suzi Q. Smith and The Equity Project's Nita Mosby Tyler.

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New & Next: Shared Spaces Strategies

Tim Reinen of Radian, Inc. explains why nonprofits and mission-based businesses need to integrate into the shared space model. 

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New & Next: A New 'Acadia' in Aurora

Bob Hagedorn of 'Fax Aurora counts the contributions of local immigrants and celebrates the launch of The ACADIA Project.

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New & Next: Developing Colorado's Innovation Economy

Dana Keller of Koelbel and Company says real estate development is helping drive innovation in Colorado.

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New & Next: DIME Denver Opens its Doors

A collaboration between the Detroit Institute of Music Education (DIME) and MSU Denver aims to kickstart careers in music.

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New & Next: Arts and Community Converge at IdeaLab

Creative partnerships are the key to success for a wide range of projects, says Carl Atiya Swanson of Springboard for the Arts. That's going to be a prime topic of conversation Nov. 6 at IdeaLab in Denver.

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Voice of Denver: RedLine Playing it Forward with Hopscotch Art

Louise Pilar Martorano, executive director of RedLine Gallery in Curtis Park, sees play in general -- and hopscotch, specifically -- as a means of connecting people in Denver.

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Voice of Denver: It's Time to Become a Walkable City

WalkDenver Chair Gideon Berger argues that Denver needs to invest in a more pedestrian-friendly future.

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New & Next: Shared Spaces Quietly Catalyze Community Redevelopment

With today's exploding coworking trend, it is easy to miss the fact that Denver has been building a foundation for this smart approach to real estate for over a decade. Megan Devenport  of Denver Shared Spaces and Christi Craine of Urban Land Conservancy dig into the trend.

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Voice of Denver: Navigating the City's Coworking Scene

Thrive Workplace's Jessica Kutz offers a cheat sheet on Denver's coworking spots, from Cluster Studios to Galvanize.

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Voice of Denver: Lost Treasure Revealed at DU's Reiman Theater

Lost for nearly a century, an incredible work of art was recently restored with the re-opening of the Reiman Theater in historic Margery Reed Hall at the University of Denver (DU). Formerly known as the Little Theatre, the venue was renamed in honor of DU trustee and arts patron Scott Reiman.

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Voice of Denver: Relocating Offices in Denver without the Hassle

Real estate veteran Howard Ecker says there are five key questions to ask before relocating an office in Denver.

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Voice of Denver: Curating an Idea

The whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Bobby and Martha Weidmann explain how a collection of curated objects can address bigger issues than a single piece of work.

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VoD: Learning from Copenhagen

Earlier this month, Fast Company named Copenhagen, Denmark, the smartest city in Europe. What can Denver learn from this remarkable city that might -- someday soon -- become one of Denver’s Sister Cities?
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