Upscale Casual Italian Brodo Joins Lakewood

The team behind The Wooden Table in Greenwood Village will open Brodo Italian Scratch Kitchen next month at Lakewood’s Belmar Shopping Center. The eatery aims to offer elevated yet accessible Italian cuisine in an inviting, modern atmosphere, something that the Barolo Grill teams started to pursue with Chow Morso at Avanti earlier this fall.

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Should You Patent or Not?

When it comes to software, its clear as mud. While patenting software innovations isn’t dead, the uncertainty of whether a particular software-related invention is patentable subject matter has become highly uncertain. Also, the average cost of obtaining a software-related patent for those applications that survive the subject matter inquisition is considerably higher than it was […]

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How to put your best face forward for the holidays

Holiday photo shoots (including Facebook and Instagram posts) are upon us – they are inescapable. Even if you dodge the picture-taker in the family, inevitably someone catches a candid shot (or 10), and the next thing you know, there you are in all your gray-skinned/leftover-tan glory – for your sister’s 5,296 Facebook friends to gawk […]

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Supporting the Chanda Plan Foundation

Beyond the Diploma: Ryan Martorano’s (CM ’98) passion for construction benefits CSU students and the Chanda Plan Foundation. In September 2015, Martorano was introduced to Chanda Hinton Leichtle, executive director of the Chanda Plan Foundation, whose current project is a 6.000-square-foot health center that provides a holistic, person-centered approach for individuals with long-term disabilities. “Living […]

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What’s Behind the Rise of Pumpkin Spice?

Fall – beautiful aspen leaves, perfect sweater weather, football, and, of course, pumpkin spice. Love it or hate it, come September, it is nearly impossible to escape “pumpkin spice.” It’s a flavor, it’s a color, it’s a smell. Is there anything that can’t be “pumpkin spice?” Where did our obsession with pumpkin spice start? Perhaps the […]

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Capital City Public Relations Hires Communications Strategist, Joanne Dant

New team member brings additional public relations and marketing expertise DENVER – Cathie Beck, president of Capital City Public Relations, located in Cherry Creek, announces that Joanne Dant has joined the agency as a senior writer and publicist. With over twenty-five years of experience helping companies reach their communications objectives, Joanne’s experience includes work with […]

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There’s nothing static about success

Life is good. You’ve spent years building and branding a business to be so compelling that clients don’t even think of going elsewhere. They are coming in at a steady pace. Or are they? Perhaps that last report you ran didn’t quite match up with your projected outlook, and you’re not sure why. You’ve stayed […]

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A closer look at taco trucks and baskets of deplorables

In our internet and meme-driven world, there always seem to be issues surrounding the ownership and protection of sound bites/short phrases/and or slogans. Election years take these issues to a whole different level. Political speech makes a nice illustration of the sometimes rocky road to protecting short phrases and slogans. While one would think the […]

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