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  1. First-ever Colorado Bike Expo showcases trick bikes, big wheels (Slideshow)
    The inaugural Primal Colorado Bike Expo took place Saturday at the Colorado Convention Center from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Cooking demos, a fix-a-flat competition and adult big wheel races were just part of the happenings planned for the event. Exhibitors such as Bianchi, USA Pro Challenge, Bike to Work Day / DRCOG and Mile High Sports were on hand. Click the image above to view a photo slideshow of the event.
  2. Denver real estate icon Sherm Miller dies
    Sherman Ralsey Miller IV, a longtime fixture in Denver’s commercial real estate community, has died at age 64. Sherm Miller was a key force in the metro area's commercial real estate market for more than three decades, spending 16 years with Cushman & Wakefield. He was C&W's Denver executive managing director until stepping down in 2011. Previously he was a broker and manager with what is now CBRE Group Inc. for 17 years. Most recently, Miller was executive director of the University of Colorado…
  3. 9News: IKEA trips test strength of relationships
    Is a trip to IKEA a relationship test? It's a double-edged sword. While many people appreciate the convenience and value of shopping at IKEA, others describe the experience as stressful. And that doesn't even cover what happens when you get furniture home and have to put it together. The Wall Street Journal reports that a therapist in Santa Monica, California has heard couples bring the issue up so many times, that she now incorporates building IKEA furniture into therapy. Clinical psychologist…
  4. Colorado oil and gas task force recommendations are part of state's $26 million budget
    Elements of the nine recommendations put forward by the 21-member oil and gas task force created by Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, aimed at calming the controversy over drilling rigs working in and around Colorado communities, were part of the $26.4 billion budget for next year that Hickenlooper signed into law Friday. The budget includes: $1,364,713 to pay for 12 new employees for the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC), the state agency charged with overseeing the state’s…
  5. Customer-loyalty firm FiveStars opening Denver office
    FiveStars Loyalty Inc., a quickly growing customer-loyalty and marketing-automation firm, is opening a Denver office and planning to hire more than 100 employees by the end of this year. The four-year-old San Francisco firm, which has a local customer portfolio that includes Lodo’s Bar & Grill and GB Fish & Chips, secured 10,000 square feet of office space at the Battery621 shared-space facility at 621 Kalamath St. FiveStarS chose Denver over Austin and Seattle because of the city’s quality…