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March 2008

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The Softer Side of Spring

Fashion's current love affair with the dress and skirt spills over into spring. Celebrate the season's pervasive romance with fl oaty gowns, gauzy cocktail attire, and softly structured dresses.

Second Nature

In an exclusive preview from our March issue, meet a local family that is raising a little girl born in the wrong body.

Web Exclusive: Holly Slideshow

Last March, a tornado tore through Holly, a tiny Hamlet in southeastern Colorado. Gus Puga and his family were particularly hurt. The tornado ripped apart their house, throwing Puga, his wife Rosemary, and their three-year-old daughter into a tree. Rosemary quickly died from injuries sustained in the trauma. Now, Puga, as a single father, and the residents of Holly are trying to get on with their lives, but the slow pace of change is complicating their efforts to put the past behind. Our slideshow gives you an intimate look at the town and its most devastated survivor.

Web Exclusive: Recipes

Ever wondered whether you can replicate a delicious restaurant meal in your own kitchen? Now you'll get the chance. Check out these favorite recipes from some of Denver's hottest chefs to see how your own kitchen chops stack up.

Moving On

Last year, a tornado decimated a small Colorado town and one unfortunate family. Now the residents of Holly are slowly rebuilding their homes and lives the only way they know how—by looking ahead instead of revisiting the past.

Web Exclusive: Green Home

Read about CU's "solar decathlon" experience and find additional resources that will help you green up your home.

Your Home, Only Greener

What Denverites really need to know about their homes' eco-problems, plus 52 doable, practical, local solutions for an environmentally friendly dwelling.

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See Jane Run

The White House Project inspires women to plunge into politics.

Dining

In My Kitchen: 39 Degrees Sky Hotel

As the head mixologist at the Sky Hotel's 39 Degrees, Aspen's hippest après-ski lounge, Denis Côté practices the work-hard-play-hard lifestyle with a twist—you'll find him busy behind the bar in the evenings, and playing hard in the hills during the day.

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