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Mary Clare Fischer, Assistant Editor

Mary Clare Fischer co-edits 5280’s Compass, Adventure, and Culture sections; writes for multiple sections of the magazine; and blogs weekly about health and wellness for 5280.com. A Michigan native, Fischer joined 5280 in 2014 after graduating from the University of Maryland’s Philip Merrill College of Journalism.

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A Health Collective Opens in Longmont

Longmont's Terry Street Collective plans to offer a wellness membership, so clients can see all of their providers—including an acupuncturist, therapist, massage therapist, and aesthetician—for a reasonable price.

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Three Denver Museums Are Getting A Reno

The trio of Denver art institutions undergoing an update includes the Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art, which reopens this month.

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Father Thomas Keating is a Rebel with a Cause

One of the country's few Trappist monasteries is tucked into the hills outside of Snowmass. There, a boundary-pushing monk named Father Thomas Keating helped St. Benedict's find its spiritual center and establish one of the world's longest-running interfaith conversations.

Portrait of Health: Jirah, 18

To uncover the biggest health issues facing Denver’s youth, city officials let a group of local teenagers take the lead. Here's one of their stories.

Portrait of Health: Esmeralda, 17

To uncover the biggest health issues facing Denver’s youth, city officials let a group of local teenagers take the lead. Here's one of their stories.

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Portrait of Health: Amatullah, 17

To uncover the biggest health issues facing Denver’s youth, city officials let a group of local teenagers take the lead. Here's one of their stories.

Portrait of Health: Olivia, 17

To uncover the biggest health issues facing Denver’s youth, city officials let a group of local teenagers take the lead. Here's one of their stories.

Portrait of Health: Zach, 18

To uncover the biggest health issues facing Denver’s youth, city officials let a group of local teenagers take the lead. Here's one of their stories.

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The Data Doctor

How a local ER doc is helping Medicaid patients access the path to better health.

How To See The Closed Wonder Tower This Weekend

The former gas station, cafe, tourist destination, and museum full of odds and ends has been closed to the public for several years—and this Sunday's tour of Lincoln County attractions is one of your only chances to see it.

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