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Siegel brings musical passion to executive job

26. April 2013

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After a few years in New York City, violinist David Siegel was ready to return to Colorado Springs and prove that the smaller city could still have a vibrant, entertaining, interesting arts culture. Siegel will get that chance when he soon takes over as executive director of the Bee Vradenburg Foundation. It’s that very organization, […]

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Lee works to connect Springs entrepreneurs

19. April 2013

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Nick Lee began developing basic websites when he was just a teen and has considered himself an entrepreneur for 15 years, since he first started thinking about how he could make money using the Internet. He had a great idea for an online forum dedicated to college students and had mild success with it until […]

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Newcomer Seals brings fundraising expertise to COPPeR position

12. April 2013

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Angela Seals has only been in Colorado Springs for six weeks, but she knows what she likes. “Spending the day in the mountains and the same night hitting a hip art opening and happy hour downtown,” she said. “The proximity is incredible. We should all take advantage of that more and be proud that Colorado […]

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Wenger’s childhood fun turns into his adult career

2. April 2013

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Mike Wenger loved building things when he was a kid. He built Lego structures and bike ramps and tennis-ball slingshots. In high school he made hand tools, a robotic arm and an electric motor. Now, at 25, Wenger has turned his childhood explorations into a career as project manager at one of the city’s largest […]

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