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The Colorado Trust | March 2021

The Pandemic Has Exacerbated Food Insecurity Across Colorado

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In a statewide survey, a staggering 38 percent of respondents self-reported as food insecure.
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Denverite | April 2020

Ruby’s Market Wanted To Help Its Refugee Artisans

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Photo by Kevin J. Beaty
In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the bazaar quickly transformed into an emergency pantry.
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Bitterroot | April 2019

Cheap, Fast, But Temporary

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Illustration by Lauren D'Agostino
The mixed results of tiny homes for those experiencing homelessness.
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5280 | May 2021

The Great Escape

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Photo by Ron and Patty Thomas/Getty Images
Plan your perfect post-pandemic vacation with these nonstop flights out of Denver.
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EnCompass | Spring 2021

Three Days In: Colorado Springs

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If you think you’ve crossed off all the must-dos in Colorado Springs, we kindly disagree.
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Conde Nast Traveler | November 2020

6 U.S. Scuba Diving Sites Worth Planning a Trip Around

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Photo courtesy of Bonne Terre Mine
You don’t need to travel far for great diving.
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5280 | April 2021

3 Restaurants Heating Up Telluride’s Dining Scene

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Photo courtesy of Michael Schaffer
A trio of delicious reasons to visit the southwest Colorado town.
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BBC Future | March 2021

How To Grow Food in a Concrete Jungle

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Photo courtesy of Jeff Pachoud/Getty Images
Building flourishing farms in the heart of cities used to be just a utopian fantasy.
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DiningOut Magazine | December 2020

Break Down

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Illustration by Irina Danyliuk © 123RF.com
Poor mental health among food and beverage workers has long been a concern, but as restaurants face the great unknown of an ongoing pandemic, it’s time to do more than just talk.
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Giddy | April 2021

Male Infertility Rates Are Up—and the Environment May Be to Blame

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Research points to chemicals and pollutants as two causes for a drop in sperm counts worldwide.
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5280 | March 2021

The Long Shot

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Photo courtesy of Marc Tran/Stocksy
Long a stronghold for the medical freedom set, Colorado’s poor immunization rates might make public health officials’ COVID-19 inoculation goals tougher to reach.
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5280 Home | December 2020/January 2021

Green House

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Photo by Jimena Peck
Three simple steps for detoxifying your home in the new year.
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U.S. News & World Report | January 2021

Colorado Works to Boost Creative Industry During Pandemic

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Photo by Helen H. Richardson/Media News Group/The Denver Post
As the COVID-19 crisis continues, artists and venues are relying on a mishmash of funds to keep the lights on.
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5280 | December 2020

Why Drink Wine When You Can Paint With It?

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Photo courtesy of Elysia Myers
Join one of Denver-based artist Elysia Myers’ virtual wine painting classes—or gift a print to a vino-loving friend.
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5280 | December 2020

The Pandemic Made Me Reorganize My Pantry

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Inspired by binge-watching Get Organized with the Home Edit, one writer set about turning her pantry into a Type A dream space.
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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

Colorado Workout: Training Outside With Ellen Miller

Retired high-altitude mountaineer (the first American woman to summit Everest from Tibet) showcases her outdoor training regimen in Vail Village.
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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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