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Longtime music shop marching off Tennyson

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After more than 50 years in Berkeley, a music store is scaling down and hoping a move to Wheat Ridge will be more in tune with its business.

To keep from going dark, solar company seeks $32M

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At risk of having to significantly cut back on its operations and sell assets, a publicly traded solar panel company is hoping to raise $32 million, and it already has a single investor lined up with the cash.

Developers make retail bet on RiNo

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After scooping up two RiNo properties earlier this year, a three-man development grabbed another piece of real estate on Brighton Boulevard and already have a tenant lined up.

Parents gear after-school startup toward techy kids

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Noticing a glitch in their tech-savvy son’s prototypical after-school activities, an area couple is launching an after-school education center that will teach kids, and eventually adults, skills in coding, robotics and more.

Arcade restaurant plugging into Stapleton

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Competing with the likes of Dave and Buster’s, a gaming restaurant chain is creating a massive location in Stapleton complete with laser tag, large arcade and video game hub.

Patagonia sues mobile fundraising group

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A fundraising effort to combat hunger, which has allegedly driven through area towns in a van adorned by the Patagonia logo, has been sued by the retail giant, which wants the court to pull the brakes on the operation.