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Bitterroot | July 2019

Outreach Teams Have Police Helping, Not Arresting, Homeless People

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Illustration by Izabela Gabrielson
Police departments across the country view these specialty units as a way to curb the unsheltered crisis.
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5280 | March 2019

It’s a Man’s World—But It Doesn’t Have to Be

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Photo by Timothy Devine
Could Denver become the first city in the country to be designed for women?
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5280 | September 2015

The Canyon Of Why

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Illustration by Emiliano Ponzi
Stigma, silence, and fear have long dominated the issue of suicide. None of these will help reduce Colorado’s tragically high rate. But as I learned by working through my own family’s tragedy, the voices of those who have survived just might.
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Travel & Leisure | July 2019

This New Glamping Resort in Missouri Has Summer Getaway Written All Over It

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Photo courtesy of Big Cedar Lodge
Camp Long Creek at Big Cedar Lodge combines the joys of camping with all the luxuries of a high-end resort.
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Hemispheres | February 2019

Flock To It

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Photo by Preeti Desai
Nebraska welcomes one of the world’s largest (and noisiest) migrations.
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5280 | August 2018

Wild Beauty

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Photo by Larry Pierce
Where—and how—to experience Colorado’s kaleidoscope of color when more than 3,200 species of wildflowers spring up every summer.
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5280 | August 2019

“The Parallel State” Blurs Reality and Fantasy

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Photo by Guy Martin
Renowned British documentary photographer Guy Martin brings his first solo show to Denver’s Pattern gallery.
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Notre Dame Magazine | Autumn 2018

Painting A Sense Of Place

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"Unbridled" by Kathryn Mapes Turner
Kathryn Mapes Turner is more than a Western artist.
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5280 | August 2014

At Home On The Range

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Photo by Marc Piscotty
For the past 19 years, the Wild Animal Sanctuary has ensured Colorado’s Eastern Plains play host to more than just cows.
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The Denver Post | August 2019

Review: Jovanina’s Broken Italian

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Joe Amon / The Denver Post
The food satisfies, but the restaurant’s good looks are what really entice diners.
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5280 | September 2018

Denver Jewish Deli Nosh-Off

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Photo by Chloe Rekow
Four Denver delis go head-to-head in a battle for the best pastrami, matzo ball soup, and more.
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Hemispheres | July 2018

Spirit of the South

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Brandy-based Träkál offers a taste of Chilean Patagonia.
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NBC News | August 2019

Colorado Looks to Medical Marijuana to Ease Opioid Crisis

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Jason Connolly / AFP - Getty Images file
It becomes the third state in the nation to allow doctors to recommend medical cannabis instead of opioids for pain relief.
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Glamour | July 2019

Are Sound Waves the Key to Better Orgasms?

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Tara Moore/Getty Images
Cliovana promises to increase arousal and orgasm intensity—but so far, no published findings to back up those claims. I tried it anyway.
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5280 | July 2019

North Denver Is Feeling Construction Woes, But There Is Relief Available

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Photo courtesy of Energy Outreach Colorado
The city is attempting to mitigate the negative side effects of construction and gentrification along the I-70 corridor.
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5280 | September 2016

Tiny Dancer

How a dance class is improving mobility for children with Down syndrome—and building their confidence.
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5280 | October 2014

Meet The Artist: Daniel Sprick

Daniel Sprick’s paintings aren’t ones a viewer simply dabbles in. Instead, the works pull you in, until you feel like an art student studying them for a make-or-break class assignment.
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5280 | September 2014

Colorado Workout: Kicking A Field Goal

I’ve been fairly vocal about my aversion to the game of football, but I’ve always been a fan of watching field goal attempts. Could the University of Colorado Boulder’s special teams coordinator make me a football player?
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