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The Protein Bar: Denver’s Healthiest Quick-Serve


Finally, a healthy quick serve restaurant that is actually healthy. There’s been a buzz around town about The Protein Bar, a new on-the-go breakfast, lunch, and dinner spot. Being a health nut myself, I recently decided to check it out and it’s fresh, flavorful, and priced within reason. As someone who eats minimal gluten and [...]

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Looking for a Gem of a Brand- Luncheon by Design & the Museum Rebranding Craze


For the third year in a row, I scored a coveted ticket to Luncheon by Design, the fancy annual fundraiser for the Design Council of the Denver Art Museum. The event begins with visiting and networking, hinges on hearing a high-profile, design-oriented speaker, and finishes with lunch and dessert (which I always miss because it [...]

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To Put It Simply: Hello!

Vector vintage background made from speech bubbles

Hi! I’m Rebecca Aronauer, and I just joined the team at Layer Cake to help with messaging and copywriting. As a longtime writer, I know writing is hard. There are a million rules, and many of them are contradictory. (Don’t get me started on the logic of who’s and whose.) And then there’s the pressure [...]

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The Value of Art in the Built Environment

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I’m incredibly excited to introduce our newest Layer Cake team member. She’s 9 feet tall and sorta unkempt, but since “she” is a piece of art, I guess that’s ok. Over the weekend, we installed a hanging sculpture titled “What Remains” by Lauri Lynnxe Murphy, and it’s been fun to see people’s reactions and talk [...]

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Culture Review: Monkey Town


This past weekend I had one of the most unique experiences of my life at Monkey Town 4.  Described as “the legendary New York City video cinema and dining experience” it’s definitely worth checking out before it’s gone at the end of this month. Upon arrival you’re greeted with a glass of champagne (and who [...]

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