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Oakwood Homes is busy rebuilding momentum in Banning Lewis Ranch. Continue Reading Oakwood aims to build community at Banning Lewis

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Don’t overlook Yahoo Pipes, they work

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Very rarely do I stumble across functionality that makes me rub my hands together and laugh evilly at how powerful and graceful it is. I have one for you to try this week — It’s called Yahoo Pipes. Yahoo Pipes have been around a few years now, but we’ve been so distracted by social media… Continue Reading Don’t overlook Yahoo Pipes, they work

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Kudos! – July 27, 2012

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One Colorado mom will win a new wardrobe California-based clothing company Belldini is hosting a contest where one mom, who was affected by the Waldo Canyon fire, will receive an entire new fall wardrobe. Contestants need to write in and explain why they think someone they know deserves to get a wardrobe makeover for fall.… Continue Reading Kudos! – July 27, 2012

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As visionaries clamor for a central anchor, and something to connect downtown to America the Beautiful Park, Ranch Foods Direct owner Mike Callicrate has been quietly plotting … Continue Reading Callicrate envisions market in southwest downtown

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On any given night in Colorado Springs, there are people with the entrepreneurial gene working into the wee morning hours on the next big business idea. Continue Reading Startup scene springs to life with many fresh ideas

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Symbolic new beginning for downtown

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For years, Colorado Springs has waited for the next grand addition to our downtown, a true pillar to inspire and enhance more development for decades to come. Would it be a high-rise, with offices and/or condominiums, adding fresh and modern architecture to the city center? Would it be a convention center, another event venue, a… Continue Reading Symbolic new beginning for downtown

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As I arrived in Israel this week, I was thinking about a tale of two cities, but not Dickens’. Though I was born in Haifa, Israel, I’m staying in Tel Aviv, about one hour south. These two cities parallel Colorado Springs and Denver, respectively, one hour by car but light-years apart. Haifa and CS have… Continue Reading Let’s just follow Denver

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Clock ticking on sequestration

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If you ask Coloradans what’s the biggest threat to our national security, they’ll probably say things like terrorism, a rising China or a nuclear Iran. Cyber-terrorism and North Korea would probably also make the list. But you’re not likely to hear the word “sequestration” — a provision of the Budget Control Act of 2011 that… Continue Reading Clock ticking on sequestration

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For 13 years, Jenifer Furda has dealt with the local business community, building a reputation for her energy and community involvement at the Greater Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce. Now she’s bringing those attributes to the Colorado Springs Business Journal. Continue Reading Furda named CSBJ associate publisher

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It takes the entire community — and a helping hand from the federal government — to recover from a disaster as destructive as the Waldo Canyon fire. Continue Reading Fire recovery will be long, other areas have learned

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