—Photography by Ashley Poskin
Whoever said a house should be an extension of the person who lives in it was probably referring to Kristy Socarrás Bigelow. The first-generation Cuban-American effortlessly mixes island style into the Bonnie Brae Tudor she shares with her husband, Brian Bigelow. “I wanted my space to scream...
—Photo by Daniel Dunn
Last september, while watching her first cyclocross race, Denver resident Jill Landman Alfond had an unexpected reaction. She fell in love. Alfond, 44, couldn’t take her eyes off the rowdy racecourse, which weaved a tight route through a field in Fort Collins. Hundreds of adrenalized cyclists...
—Image by Jeff Nelson
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—Photo Illustration by Sean Parsons; photos: Shutterstock (Matisyahu, Red Rocks); Wikimedia (Snoop Dogg, Marijuana Leaf)
On April 20, the hallowed stoner celebration day known as 4/20, rappers Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa headlined at Red Rocks, and reggae rapper Matisyahu joined MC Talib Kweli at the Fillmore Auditorium on East Colfax. The previous day, jam bands Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe and Dumpstaphunk were in...
—Illustration By Sol Linero
Four-year-old Rachel Vlietstra takes a deep breath and reads aloud from her picture book. “Mom said, ‘Make your bed,’ ” she says, and then glances at the illustration of a little boy in his messy bedroom. There’s a pause as she turns the page—but there’s no rustle of paper. In fact, there’s no...
—Photo by Bryce Boyer
The Cherry Creek Trail, one of Denver’s most beloved outdoor playgrounds, runs roughly 13 miles from the downtown REI to Cherry Creek State Park in Aurora. Each of the various sections has its own personality: At Confluence Park, kids splash in the South Platte; a few miles to the southeast,...
—Photo illustration by Gluekit
A trio of fratty-looking bros doing a keg stand was probably the last thing you’d have expected to see in an advertisement highlighting the Affordable Care Act’s benefits on the eve of its rollout last year. That is, unless you knew the ad was the work of ProgressNow Colorado, which has been...