It takes a village—coaches, physical therapists, nutritionists, trainers, sports psychologists—to keep a professional athlete in the physical (and mental) shape required to perform at an elite level. So it should come as no surprise that when pro athletes need help kicking addictions, they demand...
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The final 1,737-mile journey for an eight-by-eight-by-40-foot shipping container starts at Louisville’s Monarch High School. This month, the container, now transformed into a furnished medical and dental clinic, will make its way to Mexico City, where it will serve some of the more than 40,000 Los...
The Capitol Hill resident used her money and notoriety to help survivors and to advance the rights of women and workers.
Crawford has helped redevelop more than 800,000 square feet of the city’s historic properties, including the...
For all of Rosie the Riveter’s mid-century encouragement (“We Can Do It!”), by 1985, we still had a few bolts to tighten in terms of gender equality. Determined that “America’s future is on the line,” the Denver Women’s Commission formed in March of that year and has been the city’s official...
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“Breakout year” doesn’t begin to describe Steamboat Springs–born pro snowboarder Taylor Gold’s season last year: He took second at the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix series, topped the podium at the Burton U.S. Open, and made his first Olympic team—all before he could legally order a Coors Banquet....
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When Coloradans voted to legalize marijuana more than a year ago, everyone suspected there would be side effects. What forecasters didn’t predict was that one of them would be a red-hot industrial real estate market. As more growers seek larger facilities (and lower rents) to raise their crops, the...
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There’s no better venue than the Sundance Film Festival to launch a documentary—just ask Boulderite Louie Psihoyos. His film about the slaughter of dolphins in Japan, The Cove, won an Audience Award in 2009, kicking off an accolade-studded year that ended with an Oscar in 2010. Now Psihoyos is back...
In 2013, Jeff Macco, co-founder of Denver app development company AppIt Ventures, lost his top two software developers within two weeks of each other. “Everything blew up in my face because I couldn’t find the talent to replace them,” Macco says. So in May of that year, he started SeedPaths, which...