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Colorado’s Archaeology: More Than Dust And Bones

5280 sat down with Holly Norton, History Colorado's newest official state archaeologist, to learn more about her gig, a recent discovery, and why the Centennial State is a particularly rich archaeological home.

Starry Night

 Head south for an unobstructed view of the night sky. 


5 Niche Dating Sites for Single Coloradans

Online and app-based dating is nothing new, but what if you could search for partners who share your affinity for everything from vegetables to vaping?

New Site Hopes to Reunite Lost Pets with Owners

EmergencyPetMatcher, a socially powered website created by University of Colorado Boulder researchers, helps connect families with lost pets during natural disasters.

Flying to the Future

Spaceport Colorado could open new doors for tourism, transportation, and research.


Beyond a Mile High

Lockheed Martin's Orion space craft launches this month, and will eventually head to Mars.

Big Ideas

The people, places, and organizations changing the way Coloradans live.

Suds Science

One of Denver’s newest breweries links chemistry and carbonation. 


The Food Network

Local agency Zenman serves the winning ingredients for Denver restaurant Web design.

Sniff Test

Olympic skier turned perfumer Michelle Roark says victory has a scent.


A Boulder developer turns sound into sight.


Certified Genius

A CU professor receives a “genius grant” for her research on atoms.


The United States’ top taxi to space, Centennial’s ULA, sets its sights on the Red Planet.

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