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Visit Illegal Pete's, Help the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts Tonight

11 months ago by Ben Landreth
Stop by Illegal Pete's on South Broadway between 5 and 11 p.m. today, and you can help out the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts. When you mention the CBCA, Pete's will donate 50 percent of your sales to the CBCA, which is celebrating thirty years of helping to advance...
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Colorado Business Committee for the Arts Awards Prove Creativity Is Blooming Here

2 years ago by Patricia Calhoun
Colorado Business Committee for the Arts celebrated its thirtieth anniversary on March 11 at its annual luncheon in the Seawell Ballroom — an add-on to the Denver Performing Arts Complex that didn't exist when CBCA got its start. And back in 1978, when Americans for the Arts held its convention...
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Colorado Business Committee for the Arts announces finalists for 2012 awards

5 years ago by Patricia Calhoun
Supporting the arts is just good business. That's the basic message of the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts, which was founded in 1985 and has grown to over 130 members, just announced the finalists for the 25th annual CBCA Business for the Arts Awards. And not only does this...
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Colorado Business Committee for the Arts hands out awards...and unexpected entertainment

5 years ago by Patricia Calhoun
The sell-out crowd at yesterday's 25th annual Colorado Business Committee for the Arts annual awards luncheon was treated to planned entertainment by local arts organizations, as well as some unscripted entertainment from Governor John Hickenlooper, whose introduction of Mayor Michael Hancock turned into an R-rated joke about showers...or something. But...
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Six Celebrity Marijuana Business Ventures in Colorado

2 days ago by Kate McKee Simmons
The world of weed is open for business, and celebrities are capitalizing on it. From Merle Haggard, who died before his strains hit the market, to Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dog, who performed together at Red Rocks for the 4/20 celebration in 2014, celebrities are flocking to Colorado to join...
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Ten Things to Do in Colorado in Autumn

3 days ago by Teague Bohlen
Fall is here, with lots of things to do — and not do. Like drinking anything flavored with either pumpkin or spice, or bragging to friends at work about how you caught the perfect day up in the mountains to see the aspens turning. And you no longer have any...
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Deborah Jordy on Connecting Business With Creativity, and Connecting Artists With Lawyers

7 months ago by Patricia Calhoun
Denver has a winning reputation — and not just because of the Denver Broncos. This city's arts scene is renowned across the country, and for our annual Winter Arts Guide we asked a dozen people intrinsic to that scene a few questions about the state of the arts in Denver...
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Reader: Why Is a Pot Business Sale Okay, But a Craft Beer Deal a Sellout?

20 days ago by Westword
Kayvan Khalatbari, an early ganjapreneur, recently sold Denver Relief to Willie Nelson for his Willie's Reserve. Now Khalatbari, an arts supporter (Sexpot Comedy) and activist (he ran for Denver City Council last year) has announced plans for Art&, a new event set for September 16 at the renovated McNichols Building. ...
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100 Colorado Creatives 3.0: Stephanie Kantor

5 days ago by Susan Froyd
#62: Stephanie Kantor Ceramics are the foundation of incoming RedLine resident artist Stephanie Kantor’s magical carpet ride through a history of the decorative arts, which she references in culture-crossing installations. A Pennsylvania native who landed at the University of Colorado Boulder as an MFA candidate, Kantor is a Black Cube...

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