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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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Bitterroot | January 2019

Polis Leads An LGBTQ Political Charge

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When the rainbow wave swept LGBTQ candidates into office during the 2018 election, it crested in an unlikely place.
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The Guardian | August 2018

Would You Hike On A Former Nuclear Weapons Site?

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Photo by Chet Strange
Amid plutonium fears, schools ban visits to new Colorado wildlife refuge.
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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 Health | January 2019

The Ninja Life

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Photo by Jeff Nelson
American Ninja Warrior champion Geoff Britten on how to stay focused and train like a ninja.
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5280 | December 2017

The Last Isolated Places In Colorado

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Photo courtesy of Ethan Welty
Whether it’s because of their remoteness or the difficult-to-score permits needed to reach them, these eight bucket-list destinations are the stuff of adrenaline-fueled dreams.
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5280 | March 2019

Rewriting History

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Illustration by Melinda Beck
A Boulder group is revising history—one Wikipedia article at a time.
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5280 | February 2019

Face To Face

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Photo by David Schulze / courtesy of Casey Kaplan Gallery
Painter Jordan Casteel returns home to the Mile High City for her first major solo art exhibit.
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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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The Denver Post | February 2019

Review: Q House

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Photo by Rachel Woolf
Q House’s modern Chinese fare is a tasty ode to chef Christopher Lin’s roots.
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TripSavvy | February 2019

The 15 Best Restaurants In Denver

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Photo courtesy of Annette
In nearly every neighborhood, visitors can find eateries to suit any budget and craving. Here’s where to start.
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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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5280 Health | January 2019

Head Strong

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Photo courtesy of the University of Colorado Denver
A Denver company might have found a way to reduce head injuries for athletes.
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Outside | November 2018

How One Gym Uses Exercise to Fight Addiction

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Photo courtesy of Seeds Marketing & Design
Nonprofit the Phoenix has a radical idea for those recovering from drug and alcohol addictions: Get moving.
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BBC | September 2018

Are Hot Springs The Future Of Farming?

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A small Colorado town is using its hot springs for an unusual purpose: growing food year-round.
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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 | May 2012

Mix It: Spicy Mango-Cilantro Sangria at Cuba Cuba

Cuba Cuba Cafe & Bar has been around for years, but it’s not just the Latin America eats that keep us coming back. The restaurant’s sangrìa makes for perfect patio sipping. Our new favorite version is the spicy mango-cilantro.
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