October 2010

There are 3 blog entries for October 2010.

According to Forbes’s latest list, Colorado is once again the fourth best state for business.  Although the state landed a number six position in 2008, this marks the second year in a row that Colorado was placed in the number four position.

A number of factors are taken into consideration when developing the Forbes annual list of the best states for business. These factors include:

    * Business costs (including labor, taxes and energy)
    * Labor supply
    * Regulatory environment
    * Economic climate
    * Growth prospects
    * Quality of life

When it comes to the category of labor supply, Colorado came in the number one position. In terms o f growth prospects and economic climate, the state was ranked as sixth in both categories, while the state’s…
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Are you interested in getting a little culture this Halloween? If so, you will be happy to learn that there are several cultural opportunities available to select from this Halloween in Washington Park. Here is a look at just a few of the options you have to choose from.

Victorian Horrors at the Historic Molly Brown House

Take in a little history and literature by participating in Victorian Horrors at the historic Molly Brown House. On October 15th, 16th, 22nd and 23rd, you can listen to authors such as H.G. Wells and Edgar Allan Poe as they read their tales of the macabre by flickering candlelight.  Performances begin every 15 minutes and run from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM. Cost is $18 or $15 for children, seniors or members.

On October 30th, the celebration…
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While you might not have guessed it back in the 1960s, today Denver is one of the most diverse and interesting artistic centers in the entire United States. Back then, there was only a single contemporary art gallery in the city, a rather disappointing thing since Denver is one of the largest cities in the Rocky Mountains.

Today, it’s an altogether different story, however. Today, there are plenty of small galleries located at various points throughout the city. On top of that, though, is the Museum of Contemporary Art. This is the cultural and artistic center of Denver in many ways. Here, you’ll find international works of art on the cutting edge, and the exhibits often receive national or even international attention.

It’s not just the Museum of

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