Table of contents 5280 August 2007
One of Colorado's most gifted educators has been tapped to rehabilitate Manual High School, closed last year amid considerable controversy. Will dedication to his alma mater be enough, or is he simply in denial?
In a blessed microclimate on the Western Slope, Colorado grows a peach of unparalleled sweetness. The Palisade makes its annual appearance in August, and to celebrate we offer you 31 ways to indulge—one for each day of its fleeting season.
I'd been chasing adventure for years. And then one plane ride changed everything.
Our list of the 45 most kick-ass adventures in Colorado
With other Colorado Republicans swinging right, Musgrave makes a play to the center.
In April, former Governor Roy Romer took the helm of "Ed in '08," a $60 million campaign to make education reform a key issue in the 2008 presidential election. The Holly, Colorado, native served three terms as the governor of Colorado before going on to be the superintendent of the Los Angeles school district. Here, Romer shares his wisdom on the income gap, politicians' egos, and the profitability of skinning cows.
Summer's almost over. Dig into some cobs.
Antonio Laudisio, owner of Laudisio Ristorante Italiano in Boulder, has been serving up carefully crafted Italian food since 1989. He and his wife, Patricia, keep the same standards for their home kitchen.
The guide to the city's best hot dogs.
Mix up a michelada and you're instantly south of the border.