Tagged: Entertainment

New A&E show details income potential behind short-term vacation rentals

New A&E show details income potential behind short-term vacation rentals

A new television series called “Vacation Rental Potential,” a partnership between short-term rental titan HomeAway and Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment airing on the A&E Network, focuses on renting vacation homes. The second episode focuses on a Breckenridge homeowner.

Thornton Topgolf project moves a step closer to development at Larkridge Retail Center

Thornton Topgolf project moves a step closer to development at Larkridge Retail Center

A planned Topgolf complex in Thornton took a step forward Tuesday night with city council approval of a resolution looking at a new location in the Larkridge Retail Center.

Thornton Topgolf project moves a step closer to development at Larkridge Retail Center

Thornton Topgolf project moves a step closer to development at Larkridge Retail Center

A planned Topgolf complex in Thornton took a step forward Tuesday night with city council approval of a resolution looking at a new location in the Larkridge Retail Center.

Denver wants artists to live, work in safe spaces and has $300,000 to make it happen

Denver wants artists to live, work in safe spaces and has $300,000 to make it happen

Denver Arts & Venues knows there are artists living and working in unsafe buildings and has $300,000 available to help keep creative collectives safe in their homes.

Independent toy stores kick off holiday shopping season with their own special day

Independent toy stores kick off holiday shopping season with their own special day

In a year when perhaps the biggest news in toys was the industry’s largest remaining brick-and-mortar retailer filing for bankruptcy, independent stores are looking to generate buzz and spark a strong holiday sales season with a familiar method: hosting a special event to boost their profile.

Topgolf abandons proposed Thornton site after more legal pressure from nearby resident

Topgolf abandons proposed Thornton site after more legal pressure from nearby resident

Golf-focused entertainment outfit Topgolf has abandoned a plan to open its second Colorado location at the southeast corner of Interstate 25 and 136th Avenue in Thornton, after a neighbor who lives near the proposed site filed a second lawsuit against the city over the project.

Meet the mastermind behind a new era of retail in Olde Town Arvada

Meet the mastermind behind a new era of retail in Olde Town Arvada

At only 36 years old, with no previous experience in retail ownership, Scott Spears has welcomed four new stores to the city’s downtown in less than 10 years, and is working on unveiling a fifth.

Cities within a city: A glimpse at three Denver neighborhoods

Cities within a city: A glimpse at three Denver neighborhoods

Each Denver neighborhood offers something distinct about it whether that is the people who live there, the architecture of buildings, or unique businesses. These neighborhoods are part of the reason Denver has such a rich, vibrant culture.

Cities within a city: A glimpse at three Denver neighborhoods

Cities within a city: A glimpse at three Denver neighborhoods

Each Denver neighborhood offers something distinct about it whether that is the people who live there, the architecture of buildings, or unique businesses. These neighborhoods are part of the reason Denver has such a rich, vibrant culture.

Englewood’s “spaceship” bank is 50, a milestone that comes at an opportune time for historic preservation proponents

Englewood’s “spaceship” bank is 50, a milestone that comes at an opportune time for historic preservation proponents

The egg. The spaceship. Whatever you call it, Community Banks of Colorado branch in Engelwood, designed by architect Charles Deaton, is an eye-catcher. And it’s 50 this year.