Sunday, April 19, 2015

This Week at Cat Care Society: Earth Day Adoption Special + Free Cat Behavior Seminar

In honor of Earth Day - Wed, April 22, noon - 5:30 p.m. - Cat Care Society is having an adoption special! One day only! All cats age one year and older can be adopted for $4.22! Help us celebrate our wonderful planet, and help give a fine home to a feline companion. Whenever a cat is adopted from CCS, two cats are saved - the cat who is adopted, and a stray or abandoned cat who can come to CCS because of the space opened up by the adoption. Call our adoption team for more information: 303.239.9680. Click here for more information.

Note: The Standard adoption screening process will still apply. Click to review CCS Adoption Standards. Further, the adoption process needs to be started one hour prior to shelter closing.

Saturday, April 25, from 10:30 a.m. - 12 (noon), Billie Reynolds, owner of Good Kitty Behavior Consulting and Training, will be presenting "The Benefits of Play with Your Kitty." In this seminar, you will learn:

*The physical and mental benefits of playing with your cat regularly.
* Which toys are best to engage your cat in play and how to get your kitty to play.
* How play can help you and your cat build a stronger bond.
* How play can decrease common behavioral issues. 

Space is limited. Please RSVP by phone: 303-239-9680 or by email: Location: Lower level classroom at Cat Care Society - 5787 W. 6th Avenue. Click here for more information.

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Friday, April 10, 2015

In Case You Missed It: "Adam Scott to make Denver-set pot sitcom ‘Buds’ for NBC"

ICYMI: Quoting from the Feb 20 "the Cannabist" posting:

"NBC might soon have a sitcom on its schedule set inside a Denver pot shop, according to multiple reports. And with the announcement of “Buds” — from creative team Adam Scott (from the network’s near-death “Parks and Recreation”) and Joe Mande (a comic, writer and Twitter phenom) — cannabis has broached a different aspect of mainstream media...

 ...'Buds' is a part of NBC’s 2015-16 development cycle, according to various outlets. Its executive producers are Adam and (his producer wife) Naomi Scott and Mande, and it’s the first sale since the Scotts’ production company Gettin’ Rad Productions signed a first-look deal with Universal TV in 2014."

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Wednesday, April 01, 2015

DBJ: "Forbes names 7 Colorado employers among America's 500 best"

Quoting from the March 31 DBJ posting:

"The best places to build a career and punch the clock include seven companies and organizations in Colorado in Forbes' inaugural "America's Best Employers" list released Tuesday.

Forbes' list includes 500 private- and public-sector employers in 25 industries across the nation that it says offer job seekers the best situations."

The seven Colorado companies showcased include: Cherry Creek School District, U.S. Air Force Academy, Arcadis, CH2M Hill, Level 3 Communications, Chipotle Mexican Grill and Sport Authority.
Link to the Denver Business Journal posting
Link to the full list at

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Innovation and Job News: "State of Downtown Denver 2015 has plenty to praise"

Quoting from Chris Meehan's posting yesterday in Confluence Denver:

"Last year, downtown Denver saw $1 billion in investments through completed projects. In 2015, that figure is expected to nearly double to $1.9 billion. That's just one key takeaway from the State of Downtown Denver 2015 event, hosted by the Downtown Denver Partnership (DDP) on March 24.

There was a host of data showing the recent successes of Denver and how the city is poised to keep growing -- for instance, residential population has grown 165 percent since 2010. "In order to ensure future success we need to understand what we did right to get us where we are today," explained DDP CEO Tami Door at the event."
Link to the full article at Confluence Denver
Link to the 2015 State of Downtown Denver report

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Denver Ranks 9th of "2015’s Hardest Working Cities in America"

Quoting CBS4 in Denver:

"WalletHub studied 116 of the most populated cities, using seven key factors to determine the hardest workers. And two Colorado cities fall in the top 20.

Aurora, CO ranks as the 16th hardest working city in America. Its workweek hours average 38.5, and the labor force participation rate is 78.6%.

Still, Aurora isn’t working as hard as Denver, which ranked the 9th hardest-working out of 116 cities in the U.S. 

The average workweek hours for those in Denver is 38.9 (New York City is 39.2), with a labor force participation rate of 78.5%."
Link to the CBS4 posting

Quoting WalletHub, "The modern-day American worker would no doubt seem unrecognizable to its mid-20th century predecessor. Back in 1950, Americans were 400 percent less productive than they are today, according to Bureau of Labor Statistics data. Were we lazier then? Not at all."
Link to the WalletHub Rankings