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The Gathering Place

posted by: Tricia Whitaker in: Community

As we welcome spring, it’s a great time to remember the services in our community that support our neighbors. Generator has been proud to support The Gathering Place for the last few years. After a chilly morning cooking and serving

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Thanksgiving at Bienvenidos Food Bank

posted by: Tricia Whitaker in: Community

As we reflect on the meaning of Thanksgiving, we give thanks to the help of so many who supported Generator Real Estate’s Turkey Drive. As a result of this community generosity, we collected 101 turkeys that have been distributed to

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RiNo Crush, a gallery in the streets

Visiting the RiNo neighborhood of Denver is always intriguing, as there are frequently new places to visit and enticing new restaurants to try. The area is home to historic factories and warehouses, as well as creative new businesses. River North,

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Summer Fun: Farmers’ Markets in Denver

Summertime in Colorado means the reappearance of farmers’ markets, with streets and sidewalks filled with walkers, bicyclists, and dogs on leashes, stalls with Colorado grown produce and buckets filled with seasonal flowers. Farmers’ markets provide the perfect opportunity for people

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Mi Tierra: Contemporary Artists Explore Place

The Denver Art Museum is currently hosting Mi Tierra, an exhibit by 13 Latino artists, showcasing their visions of contemporary life as Mexican-American artists in the American West. It explores themes such as migration, cultures, the mix of different countries, experiences

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Authentic Cuisine Supporting Female Entrepreneurs

Do you love authentic, home-style Middle Eastern food? How about Mexican and Latin American food, created from recipes handed down through generations? Comal Heritage Food Incubator offers visitors the opportunity to eat delicious food, learn about other cultures, and support

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Washed Ashore Denver Zoo Parrotfish

Washed Ashore Exhibit at Denver Zoo

Have you visited the Denver Zoo recently?  The next few months would be a great time for a return visit.  The zoo is hosting a traveling exhibit entitled “Washed Ashore: Art to Save the Sea” through January 16, 2017.  The

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Wrapping Up Summer 2016

Labor Day has come and gone, and with that comes the reluctant acknowledgement that summer is over. Summer in Denver is a time of festivals and celebrations, great music and scrumptious barbecues, fabulous weather and late night outdoor dining. We

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A Morning at the Gathering Place

posted by: Tricia Whitaker in: Community

Part of our purpose at Generator is to build community. One way we do this is by setting aside money and time throughout the year to serve people and organizations in our city. Last Wednesday the Generator team arrived bright and early

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Be in the Know: Rocky Mountain Young Professionals Summit

Mile High Young Professionals is hosting the 6th Annual Rocky Mountain Young Professionals Summit (RMYPS) on Friday, October 7, 2016 at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. As the premier young professionals event in the Rocky Mountain Region, RMYPS

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Something Different for Lunch at Civic Center Eats

Civic Center Park is perhaps the civic and cultural heart of Denver. For the past eleven years, an eclectic group of gourmet food trucks gathers here at lunchtime to offer diverse food options to workers, nearby residents and visitors.  This

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Denver’s Newest Farmers Market at Union Station

Summertime in Colorado signals the appearance of beloved farmers markets.  A new one on the Denver scene is the Union Station Farmers Market, which began in June of this year. You can visit this market at the Denver Union Station

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Denver Summer Festivals

Summertime in Metro Denver means that not a weekend goes by without a celebration or festival of some sort.  Often, the dilemma is in choosing which one to attend. A favorite is Denver’s Chalk Arts Festival, an annual event featuring

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Taking a Ride on RTD’s A Line

Have you taken the “Train to the Plane” yet? The University of Colorado A Line from Union Station to DIA has been up and running since April. It can be a convenient way to get to the airport, or you

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Intrigue, A New Sunnyside Spot for Clothing and More

Intrigue is a charming boutique located at 2436 W. 44th Avenue in the Cobbler’s Corner Center.  Red brick walls and twinkly lights invite you to explore what’s inside. The owners, Amanda Larimer and Jill Newton, have known each other since

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Childrens Books Denver

Second Star to the Right – A Place for Reading and Dreaming

Children’s books are our passion,” says Second Star to the Right owner Dea Lavoie. Dea and her husband Marc opened their independent children’s bookstore as a way to get books into the hands of children, and their charming bookstore does

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Get Your Cheese On at Sunnyside’s New Cheese + Provisions

Cheese + Provisions is a welcome addition to the Sunnyside neighborhood. Owners Steve and Kim Duty have been a part of the food and beverage industry for many years. Steve has been a chef and winemaker, and the couple also

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Cherry Bean Specialty Coffee

Simon Lagos is passionate about coffee and exuberant about his work. Simon is co-owner, along with brother-in-law Jose Vega, of Cherry Bean Specialty Coffee, located at 4059 Tejon Street. Simon, who came to Colorado from Honduras, states emphatically, “I love

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Make Your Hive Your Home – Honeycomb & Co.

Jenna Rice, a Colorado native, fell in love with floral design at age 16, after taking a class at a local florist shop. By age 20, after having worked in the industry for several years, she was already dreaming about

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Whose House? Fred’s House!

Imagine having someone drive a car through the front window of your home, and then imagine living for four years with the damage caused by that accident, during which time multiple general contractors made promises to remedy the situation and

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Generator Philanthropy: One Opportunity at a Time

posted by: Nancy Olsen in: Community

One of our goals at Generator is to help keep people in their homes. So when a friend reached out to us with an opportunity to help this family, we, along with Jack & Judy Pottle, and Little Man Ice

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