DENVER’S MOST STRIKING ARCHITECTURE

Denver truly offers something for everyone, including architecture aficionados. The city was founded in 1858 and what started as a collection of humble cabins during the Gold Rush era has morphed into one of the most impressive and innovative city skylines in the country. Take a chronological trip through time and discover Denver’s history through... Continue Reading →

HEAD BACK TO SCHOOL WITH EXTRA CASH

Back-to-school shopping season is one of the biggest shopping seasons of the year, second only to the winter holidays. And whatever your favorite students’ classrooms look like this year, they’ll still need new school supplies. In 2020, parents and guardians are expected to spend $529 per child on school shopping, according to Deloitte’s annual back-to-school... Continue Reading →

10 WAYS TO PRACTICE SELF-CARE AT HOME

Self-care often gets a bad rap. For some, the phrase conjures images of so-called “selfish” pleasures. Think: eating chocolates and drinking a glass of wine while soaking in a bubble-filled tub; jetting off to a tropical island to bask in the sun and sip fruity cocktails; indulging in weekly massages and manicures. For others, self-care... Continue Reading →

BACK TO SCHOOL SHOPPING ONLINE

As summer winds down, it’s time to start planning for back to school shopping. No matter what your classrooms look like this year, Ibotta’s got your cash back on school supplies, new clothes, and learning tools and electronics. Luckily, Ibotta is committed to helping parents, teaches, and students save on everything they need to be... Continue Reading →

GRAVEL BIKING IN BOULDER

Gravel biking routes, which often take the form of dirt roads, abound in the Boulder area, and often have sweeping mountain, foothill and forest views. Many routes are accessible year-round, and because you can cover a lot of distance on most gravel rides, you’re likely to see a big variety of terrain and highlights, from... Continue Reading →

BUILDING BRIDGES: GRAND DESIGN

In 1994, Barbara Shannon-Banister and several colleagues had an idea: to create a company to support creative works by African Americans while enhancing society’s cultural awareness of these talented but often overlooked artists. These discussions finally culminated in the creation of Grand Design, Inc., in August of that year. Grand Design is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit... Continue Reading →

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