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    1. Can I-70's Mountain Corridor Ever Be Fixed?

      Can I-70's Mountain Corridor Ever Be Fixed?

      Shailen Bhatt is hungry. The executive director of the Colorado Department of Transportation is at the wheel of a white Dodge Durango SUV—an official CDOT vehicle, retrofitted with flashing amber emergency lights—when he exits Interstate 70 in Idaho Springs, swoops into a McDonald’s drive-thru, and orders an Egg McMuffin. I’m sitting in the passenger seat. “Do you want anything?” he asks.

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    2. Inside Denver's Coolest New Co-Working Space

      Inside Denver's Coolest New Co-Working Space

      Original art, a massage center, a rooftop deck, an open bar...you might rightly ask how anyone gets anything done in such an environment. But designing offices to feel a little less like work is the intent of real estate developer Grant Barnhill, whose adventures in co-working began when he found himself with extra space to rent in one of his office buildings in Denver’s Capitol Hill neighborhood a few years back...

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    3. Collaboration Is Key at Colorado STEM Academy

      Collaboration Is Key at Colorado STEM Academy

      As I pulled up to the Colorado STEM Academy (CSA) in Westminster on a snowy afternoon in March, I was sure Siri had led me astray. The compact, blindingly white building sits on a small parking lot—its only trace of color coming from the American flag in the front lawn and the sign above the entrance. The simple exterior didn’t resemble the image in my mind of the new, cutting-edge school. But inside, it’s a whole different experience.

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    4. Denver Entrepreneur Creates App to Help Those with OCD

      Denver Entrepreneur Creates App to Help Those with OCD

      Nearly two years ago, Denverite Daniel Greenfeld received a call from a friend who had obsessive-compulsive disorder. Stephen Smith was tired of spending nine to 10 hours a day in his room, consumed by fear. His anxiety was disrupting his life, but he refused to succumb to his panic. He had an idea for a possible solution—but needed Greenfeld’s help.

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    5. Big Ideas

      Big Ideas

      More than 52,000 patents have been issued to Coloradans in the past 50 years—putting us at number 18 in the country for sheer volume of inventions. Of course, that doesn’t take into account all the trademarks owned by Centennial Staters, among them the word “cheeseburger,” trademarked in 1934 by Louis Ballast of the Humpty Dumpty Drive-In.

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