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Bitterroot | June 2019

Growth Is Impacting Western Mayors

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Illustration by Yebel Mosqueda
Denver’s election shows how development booms put incumbents at risk.
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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 | 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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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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5280 Traveler | July 2019

Century Ride

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Photo courtesy of C Lazy U Ranch
A 100-year-old dude ranch renovates for a new century.
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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 | June 2019

Leaving An Impression

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Photo courtesy of From the Hip Photo
Before the director of the Museum of Contemporary Art departs, we put together a retrospective of his most successful gambles.
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5280 | May 2019

The 25 Best Neighborhoods in Denver

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Photo by Sarah Boyum
We crunched the numbers to bring you the 25 best places to live now—plus how to enjoy your new home once you’re settled.
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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 | April 2019

Review: The Corner Beet

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Photo by RJ Sangosti / The Denver Post
The superfood-focused eats are super good—and unapologetically trendy.
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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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October | July 2018

Boxed Beer

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Photo courtesy of Dave Riddile
Niche trend or packaging of the future?
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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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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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