Whether we'd care to believe it or not, a lot of people are moving to Colorado because - duh - it's a really great place to live. It also has a lot of green attractions (all kinds, wink wink), making it an alluring place to start a fresh new life. But while a lot of people are moving to Colorado, it turns out one particular city is actually losing about as much people as are coming in.
Rental vacancies in Grand Junction and Colorado are very low and with demand equaling or outpacing the market, it's difficult to find an affordable place to rent, especially if you're in the middle or lower end of the state's wage scale.
When you hear a story about a landlord, it's usually an angry tale concerning neglect or some kind of funny business with a security deposit. Instead, this holiday season we present a tale that will make any heart grow three sizes.
Many eyes will be on the second season of NBC's oft-debated musical drama 'Smash,' not only for the immense cavalcage of guest stars lined up for the second season, but also to see if the series manages to overcome many of the criticisms hurdled at the first season. Certainly, 'Smash' season 2 isn't at a loss for musical talent, the latest addition being former 'Rent' star and originator Daphne R