Black Friday mania is spreading to local cannabis chains, with several retailers rolling out their own special discount deals hoping for a sizable bump in business.
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.
A discount shopping and rebate website for outdoor gear has joined forces with a Utah-based company, paving its way into the outdoor industry.
A book shop and wine bar has added a single room for rent to its Tennyson Street property to create some more space for visiting authors, part of a larger renovation.
Citing a rent hike, a veteran antiques dealer is moving out of her Berkeley location and it’s unclear whether the business will unpack somewhere else.
A family photography lab and gallery will close the shutters to its Broadway space next week after 80 years in business and will be replaced by an accounting firm.
A Congress Park bicycle shop is shutting its doors before the end of the month, the latest in a recent string of cycling store closures.
The snacks often served as a side dish to wine and cheese are now front and center on Larimer Street after a local cracker company expanded in search of a more visible presence and foodie event space.
Another apparel company has set up shop in the Platte Street outdoor gear corridor and is planning a grand opening late next month.
A downtown bike shop is pedaling toward its last day in business, and its owner says a significant bump in rent is partly to blame for the shut-down.