Southwest Airlines putting iHeartRadio music service on 690 aircraft

Southwest Airlines has just introduced a new music offering that will be available on 690 Wi-Fi-equipped planes in the low-fare carrier’s fleet. Southwest is partnering with iHeartMedia, a giant in the radio industry, and its iHeartRadio unit to roll out an all-in-one digital music and livestreaming radio service for passengers on Southwest flights. The music offering will be accessible through Southwest’s onboard entertainment portal. The available iHeartRadio music will include a variety…


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Cirque du Soleil: Behind the scenes of Corteo, its latest Colorado show (Photos)

It's a funeral and a dream, or maybe a fevered hallucination. It's the rebirth of Cirque du Soleil's arena-sized Corteo, with a new twist: The rotating stage is divided into two, so that the crowd is also halved, facing each other and the stage simultaneously. The story of an Italian clown on his deathbed, envisioning his own circus-like funeral procession — complete with soaring angels, floating bicycles, disembodied feet pattering across the stage and all the astonishing acrobatics that Cirque…


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Travel + Leisure says this is 'the 2-block stretch in Denver you have to visit'

Travel + Leisure highlights a small slice of Denver's RiNo neighborhood in its recent article, "The Two-block Stretch in Denver That You Have to Visit." The newly opened Ramble Hotel at 25th and Larimer streets — home of the New York-originated bar Death & Co. — gets a shout-out, as well as the Denver Central Market, outdoor outfitter Topo Designs and sunglasses shop Pupil. Our Mutual Friend Brewing and The Populist restaurant are also recommended. The best part? This area of RiNo is only…


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Denver apartments sell for $92.5 million

The newly constructed apartment is located near DU.


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Denver fast-casual Asian restaurant chain has big plans for Mexico

A Denver-based fast-casual Asian restaurant chain said it has big plans for Mexico, including opening 100 outlets in that country. Teriyaki Madness officials said they'll open their first international location in Mexico, in San Luis Potosi, later this year. "Teriyaki Madness plans to continue growth throughout Mexico with up to 100 restaurants over the next 10 years," the company said. "With ... the growing demand for Asian cuisine, as consumers in Mexico begin to focus on healthier foods and…


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California cycle-fitness firm expands in Denver

A California-based cycle-fitness firm is expanding in Denver with three locations planned. Rush Cycle said that sisters April DiGiannatonio and Jenna Moseley are opening the three Denver-area locations; in Highlands, Highlands Ranch and Washington Park. The company said the sisters have invested about $1 million in the Denver locations; DiGiannatonio also operates two Crossfit 720 locations in the area. Rush Cycle also operates a location in Colorado Springs, at 162 Tracker Drive. The Denver…


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Lime, a national scooter company, to begin service in Denver Friday

A national scooter-rental company that's seen its service suspended in various U.S. cities recently is bringing its service to Denver. LIme, which used to be known as LimeBike, begins service on Friday. Using a smartphone, it costs $1 to unlock a scooter and 15 cents a minute to ride, Lime officials said. The service hasn't been embraced nationally: Service was suspended in Honolulu last week after city officials said the company is in violation of state and city laws for failing to register the…


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Colorado manufacturers: Lawsuits like Boulder's aren't the way to address climate change

There are 10 other similar lawsuits across the U.S.


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The Process: How the 2018 Small Business Awards were selected

Companies were ranked in 5 employee-size categories.


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2018 Small Business Award winner: Core Contractors

Contractor finds a shared vision to bind team together


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