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Courtesy of the Grand Heritage Hotel GroupThe Stanley Hotel will host seven nationally known acts in its concert hall next year.
With more than 500 miles between it and the nearest major city, Denver is a live music oasis by default. But even though—many touring bands make the trip to dip their beaks in our city’s music scene, for some, it’s still a stage too far.
Imagine, then, how Estes Park must feel.
The mountain town is a winding two-hour drive north of Denver, and on your way to nowhere in particular — maybe Cheyenne, Wyo., if your band is on a roadhouse tour.
Beleaguered socialite Dede Wilsey will stay on in one of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco's highest positions, the organization said late Tuesday. The move comes after an almost year-long power struggle over whether or not she should be ousted, following an investigation into allegedly improper spending.
Wilsey will now become board chair, a demotion from president, but will still remain one of the institution's most important decision makers, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
A Williamsville dermatology practice is doubling in size and expanding spa services.
Western New York Dermatology expanded its facility on Spindrift Drive to 14,000 square feet, spurred largely by the growth of its Complexions Medical Spa.
Founded in 2014 with nine employees, the private dermatology practice started out offering traditional services like skin cancer assessment, acne treatment and wart removal.
Piedmont Healthcare named Dr. Charles L. Brown III CEO of its Physician Enterprise, which is made up of Piedmont Heart, Piedmont Medical Care Corp., the Piedmont Clinic and other clinical programs.
Brown is an interventional cardiologist with Piedmont Heart, and he will continue to practice now that he is CEO.
“Dr. Brown is a proven leader,” Kevin Brown, CEO of Piedmont Healthcare, said in a statement.
Maryland ranks among the top 10 states for children's health measures, but drops when looking at women and infants, according to the United Health Foundation's 2016 America's Health Rankings Health of Women and Children Report.
The report looks at health and wellness for each state and Washington, D. C., by evaluating more than 60 measures selected by a group of women's and children's health experts.
Maryland ranked in the middle to upper-middle range for multiple health indicator categories: 18th…
Rendering courtesy of Zeppelin DevelopmentA new 140,000-square-foot office building under construction in the Taxi mixed-use development will house Denver-based Boa Technology.
The Taxi mixed-use development off Brighton Boulevard is adding a 140,000-square-foot office building to house a single tenant.
Boa Technology, a Denver-based maker of purpose-built closure and adjustment systems used in shoes, athletic gear and other applications, has called the Taxi campus home since 2012, growing from 55 to 143 employees during its time in one of Taxi’s multiple-tenant office buildings.
Designed by Dynia Architects, Boa’s new building at 3575 Ringsby Court will feature one of the city’s largest private green roofs, a two-story atrium, outdoor meeting spaces, solar array and 100-bike storage facility.
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A groundbreaking ceremony is scheduled for Thursday.
“Boa shares in our values of collaboration, community and humanity as the core of a successful and growing entrepreneurial business,” developer Kyle Zeppelin said in a statement.