Successful entrepreneurs appear to be on top of the world. But two Colorado business owners who have battled depression say that's not the case. They want others to speak up before it's too late. Then, a breakout hit from the Sundance Film Festival features music from Fort Collins singer-songwriter Kyle James Hauser. Hauser licensed the music to filmmaker Judd Apatow but wasn’t involved in the production -- he’s waiting for the movie’s debut in Denver tonight to hear how his music sounds. And, a female Hamlet takes the stage in Colorado this summer. Does mixing up gender roles mess with a classic? Plus, Denver residents are staying in their homes longer because they can’t afford something new. That’s stifling supply for prospective buyers in a booming market.
- Colorado Entrepreneurs Try To Bring Depression Out Of The Shadows
- What Do His Tunes Sound Like In Judd Apatow's New Movie? A Local Musician Waits
- Should The Prince Be A Woman Or A Man? In This Hamlet, That Is The Question
- Selling Your Denver Metro Home Isn't The Problem: It's Finding A New One To Buy