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Greenwood Village is a small suburban community about ten miles south of downtown Denver. Commuting to Denver is fairly painless—about thirty minutes by car or rail service via the E line. Greenwood Village contains several decently-sized parks and borders the enormous Cherry Creek State Park, a sprawling wooded area packed with trails, a dog park, model airplane field, and the Cherry Creek Reservoir. Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre on the south side of town brings major national touring acts on a regular basis, and provides one of the best outdoor venues in the state.
As of October 2017, the average apartment rent in Greenwood Village, CO is $1,533 for one bedroom, $1,818 for two bedrooms, and $2,478 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Greenwood Village has increased by 3.5% in the past year.
The Sacramento Dentistry Group recently purchased the Ceramill Motion 2. This countertop milling machine can form all sorts of dental appliances using digital technology. Keeping the system in-house guarantees superior delivery for our patients.
Sacramento, CA, October 13, 2017 (Newswire.com) – The Sacramento Dentistry Group has introduced same day crowns and restorations to their downtown practice with the purchase of a Ceramill Motion 2, by Amann Girrbach. This digitally controlled mill shapes metal and ceramic ingots into precisely fit dental appliances. The Motion 2 carves out dentures, veneers, dental implants, bridges, crowns, inlays and overlays right inside our offices, finishing within 24 hours.
A Dental Lab on a Countertop
Using the Ceramill Motion 2 requires the dentist to first create a digital impression of the teeth. The Sacramento Dentistry Group does this with the iTero digital intraoral scanner. After the images are uploaded, dental software provides the exact dimensions of the restoration needed by the patient.
One the design for the appliance is confirmed, the Motion 2 is loaded with a blank ingot of material, based on the needs of the client. Depending on the shape, size and type of restoration, the Motion 2 shapes it using a lathe or by milling the base material. The time required depends on the size of the project.
In-house milling offers many advantages. If the oral images are somehow imperfect, this is immediately noticed and corrected. Patient wait times for their permanent repairs are significantly reduced. The dentist and client are no longer hostage to the dental lab’s schedule. One dentist controls the entire production process from beginning to end, ensuring accuracy and efficiency.
To experience the Ceramill Motion 2 by seeing it in action, come to the downtown office of the Sacramento Dentistry Group. The need for any type of dental restoration can be fulfilled in house with this amazing device from the internationally recognized designer and production company Amann Girrbach. Contact us by calling 916-538-6900.
GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo., Oct. 4, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Secure64, the leading provider of Genuinely Secure DNS servers and DNS-based security solutions, today announced that Thad Dupper has been appointed Chief Executive Officer and will join the company’s Board of Directors. Joe Gersch, the former CEO, has retired from the company.
Well-known within the technology industry, Mr. Dupper is an experienced CEO, having led both start-ups and public companies. Most recently, Mr. Dupper was Chairman and CEO of Evolving Systems. Prior to that, Mr. Dupper held leadership positions at Terabeam; Expand Beyond, a Menlo Ventures company; and Teradata, where he was an early member of the management team.
"We are very pleased to welcome Thad to our team as Secure64 continues to execute our aggressive growth plan," said Steve Goodbarn, Co-founder and Chairman of Secure64. "Thad’s proven track record with technology start-ups and growing companies is a perfect fit for Secure64 as we accelerate and execute our growth strategy. I also want to thank Joe Gersch for all of his contributions to the company’s success. We wish him well in his future endeavors," added Goodbarn.
"I am very pleased to be joining the Secure64 team, especially at this time when cyber security has become a critical issue that every company Board is having to address," said Dupper. "Secure64 has been a leader in enabling network operators, enterprises and governments to protect their DNS infrastructures from DDoS and other network attacks and intrusions."
Secure64 brings trust to the internet through its suite of purpose-built, secure, DNS-based network security products. The company was built on a foundation of security and has forged solutions that are self-protecting and immune to malware. Secure64 secures the DNS infrastructures of leading service providers, government agencies and enterprises globally.
Secure64 is a privately held company founded by technology and financial veterans and boasts deep technical and global experience in its leadership and staff. It is the only DNS solution provider that has authored a secure micro OS, automated the deployment of DNSSEC and built self-protecting DNS servers. For more information, visit www.secure64.com
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Cohil Family Dentistry
A confident smile can make all the difference, which is why Dr. Kirk Cohil and the team at Cohil Family Dentistry take pride in their dentistry. Since 1999, their Apopka office has served children and adults from all over Central Florida. With a goal to create “healthy, functional, natural-looking smiles,” the office specializes in general and cosmetic dentistry including implants, dental surgery, extractions, Invisalign, porcelain crowns, bridges, dentures, veneers, root canals, and emergency dental care. Knowing that time and functionality are key factors when it comes to dental emergencies, Dr. Cohil and his staff use only well-crafted implant technology from full zirconia bridges to overdentures and hybrid dentures. So no matter what dental dilemma pops up, you’ll have that carefree smile back in no time.
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When it is mentioned Greenwood Village is in Colorado, doesn’t it make you think about this picturesque community? It is quite the city for sure, and I want to highlight some great places to grab a meal while you are there. Hopefully you will like the three restaurants I have picked out. These three establishments represent what you would expect if you enjoy a meal in a place like Greenwood Village CO.
Smokin Fins is a cool name and is certainly a top ranked restaurant in Greenwood Village CO. The picture of the fish and chips and slaw I am looking at on a top travel site look delicious. The slaw looks really different and much better than what you would expect at other restaurants. Smokin Fins can be found on West Main Street, and lobster mac n cheese, kahlua pig and sushi rolls are three other great menu selections.
The second pick I have for you is Greek To Me on East Peakview Avenue. I haven’t had a good gyro in awhile, have you? This establishment is also said to serve up great baklava and lamb chops. I think I would still go for the gyro, and that is another thing. The reviews mention that the fries come with a sauce and feta cheese on top, which is interesting.
The Original Pancake House would be the third restaurant that I want to mention. You need a place to eat a delicious breakfast. The Original Pancake House is on South University Boulevard, and the pancakes, eggs, bacon, waffles and more look delicious. They also have biscuits and gravy and home fries. Do you think these three restaurants sound like great places to enjoy a meal in Greenwood Village CO? Start with the breakfast place and work your way up from there.
Norwegian Air arrived in Denver Saturday.
It left, too.
The carrier made its first flights between Denver and London, marking the debut of a new direct flight between the two cities.
The new route will be flown on Tuesdays and Saturdays, according to a news release from the Denver International Airport. On Nov. 2, Norwegian will begin a Thursday flight between Denver and London. The flights are scheduled to arrive in Denver at 12:40 p.m. and depart at 2:40 p.m. each day.
The airline also is adding a non-stop flight between Denver and Paris in April.
Norwegian will fly passengers on a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner with 344 seats.
Getting ready to board for the very first Denver @Fly_Norwegian flight direct to London! #milestones #londonbound pic.twitter.com/Ebp4Car3vU
— Little Things Travel (@marissa_sutera) September 16, 2017
London is Denver’s largest long-haul market and its second-most popular international destination behind Cancun, Mexico. Nearly 400 people travel daily between the two cities, the news release said.
Getting ready for the celebrations for the inaugural flight from Denver to London Gatwick with @Fly_Norwegian @VisitBritainBiz #london pic.twitter.com/q5RemxAZ3Z
— paulgauger (@paulgauger) September 16, 2017
The United Kingdom also is Colorado’s largest foreign investor, and the relationship generated more than $400 million in trade in 2016, the news release said.
DENVER, CO — At some groundbreaking Colorado community cafes, guests from all walks of life eat a nourishing, organic meal at a price they can afford. Some guests give little extra, some give a recommended amount, and some volunteer their time in exchange for lunch. The non-profit Pay-What-You-Can cafe business model — with its epicenter in Denver — is evolving as a way to deliver nourishing meals to the hungry in a respectful and dignified setting.
Changes came this summer to two of the cafes. Community cafe pioneers at Denver’s SAME Cafe (So All May Eat) hired an executive director in July. The founders of Fort Collins’ FoCo Cafe (Feeding our Community Ourselves) stepped down and hired a director and new chef in August.
The pay-what-you-can restaurant concept started in 2003 in Salt Lake City. The idea has inspired around 60 restaurants in the U.S. There are three in Colorado.
Some of those new café owners include rock star Bon Jovi and his wife Dorothea, who’ve opened three Jon Bon Jovi’s Soul Kitchen cafes in New Jersey. The Birkys also inspired Panera Bread Founder and CEO Ron Shaich in 2010 to start Panera Cares pay-as-you-wish restaurants, now open in the St. Louis suburbs and Boston.
“The movement as a whole is coming into its own,” said SAME Café founder Libby Birky, a former teacher who started the café with her husband Brad in 2006. “We have helped probably 45 of those 60. [Café hopefuls] have stayed in our basement, and volunteered for weeks and sometime months. We’ve made a lot of mistakes and we want people to learn from them.”
SAME Cafe founder Libby Birky accepts a fresh veggie delivery from Ebi Kondo of Denver Botanic Gardens.
But the concept is not as simple as it sounds, Birky said. Three cafes in Denver, Boulder and Colorado Springs closed within the past five years. Panera Cares scaled back, closing locations in Dearborn, Mich., Portland, Ore. and Chicago.
“The community connections, conversations and relationships are the magic that happens here,” Birky said. “That piece is so essential. When everyone wants a SAME Café in your neighborhood, it’s going to look different and feel different based on customers and community.”
Since 2006, the SAME Café, open from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m., has served more than 138,000 organic, locally sourced, fresh lunches at 2023 E. Colfax. There is no set menu, and no set price for a meal. The café has no cash register, but a donation box. Some patrons pay less than cost for their meals, but most pay a fair price, and some pay more. A professional chef and other staff are paid a living wage, but the restaurant also runs on the work of many volunteers.
For 10 years, the Birkys worked “70 hour weeks” Libby said.
“But there were opportunities for growth and expansion, for touching more people, and we said, ‘No thank you,’ because of our personal limitations,” she said. “We realized we were the ones in the way for the growth pattern for the organization.”
SAME Café board members will participate in September in an entrepreneurial Food Access Bootcamp and incubator with Uncharted Institute (formerly the Unreasonable Institute).
The board hired Executive Director Brad Reubendale, a former customer and volunteer with nonprofit experience.
“Right now I’m learning and basically drinking from the firehose,” Reubendale said. Possible expansions of the restaurant could be expanding hours, opening another location or possibly a food truck, he said.
An artist works on a sculpture during lunch at Cafe 180 in Englewood
In Englewood, Café 180, at 3315 S. Broadway, serves healthy pay-as-you-can lunches. Demographics collide during lunch, said Executive Director Sarah Lesyinski. “Englewood has wealthy areas like Cherry Hills and Greenwood Village and then the river area with a large homeless population. There’s Section 8 housing and then gentrification with millennials moving in. Where we opened was intentional,” she said.
Café 180’s umbrella organization One Good Turn also supports a job training catering business and a transitional housing program as well as job training programs in Littleton at a bicycle shop.
Lesyinski has worked with One Good Turn for six years, taking over from founder Catherine Clements.
"I fell in love with café and the way it empowers people," Lesyinski said.
FoCo Cafe Chef Jeremy Trezoglou ladles soup for customers. (Patch Staff)
In Fort Collins, the FoCo Café was opened Thanksgiving day, 2014 by founders Jeff and Kathleen Baumgardner. The Baumgardners spent months observing and volunteering at the SAME Café before opening the doors at 225 Maple St. This summer, the couple retired out of state, and Executive Director Mallory Andrews has taken the helm, along with a new chef, Jeremy Trezoglou.
“The cafe was built off the shoulders of the co-founders, and so many people associate it with them,” Andrews wrote in an email. “Once they are gone, do these people still feel inclined to come back? We do see many of the same customers, but many new ones as well.”
Changes to the restaurant include more creativity in menus, which can feature items such as mixed squash, roasted carrots, spicy tomato pesto soup and apricot bread pudding for dessert.
The pay-as-you-can café world is a tight-knit community working to refine the social experiment.
“I’m meeting with both Mallory and Brad in the next couple of weeks to help them get oriented,” Lesyinski said.
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