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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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5280 Health | January 2017

The Nurses Helping Survivors Of Sexual Assault

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Illustration by Naftali Beder
Specially trained nurses offer the best medical attention to this vulnerable population. So why does only one hospital in the state of Colorado make these professionals part of its regular staff?
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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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5280 | September 2018

Explore Colorado’s Lost Ski Areas In “Abandoned”

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Photo courtesy of Lio DelPiccolo
The first film from the Road West Traveled takes viewers on a trip to three long-closed ski areas: Geneva Basin, Cuchara, and Berthoud Pass.
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Smarter Travel | March 2018

Denver Travel Guide

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Photo courtesy of Arina P Habich/Shutterstock
Planning a trip to the Mile High City? Here’s everything you need to know.
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5280 | December 2017

First-Timer’s Guide: Beaver Creek

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Photo courtesy of Kimberly Gavin
Keep traveling west on I-70, and you’ll be rewarded with spacious terrain and upscale offerings, no matter the season.
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5280 | November 2018

Are You Part Of Colorado’s Gig Economy?

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Illustration by Ahoy There
What exactly is the gig economy, who’s contributing to it, and what does it look like in Colorado?
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5280 Home | October/November 2018

On Location

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Photo by Brandon Lopez
Guest House makes it easy to find your perfect sofa—by letting you shop in an actual home.
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Autumn 2018 | Notre Dame Magazine

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 | November 2018

Review: Denver Milk Market

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Photo by Hyoung Chang/The Denver Post
The 16-concept venue is overwhelming at first, but worth the effort.
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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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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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The Beer Necessities | September 2017

What’s Next In Your Beer? Wastewater!

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Photo courtesy of Half Moon Bay Brewing Company / Facebook
Breweries are experimenting with recycled water in their recipes, and the results are…delicious?
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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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