By Allyson Reedy | February 2020
Since 1947, lovers from all over the world have sent their valentines through Loveland to get a coveted postmark hand-stamped onto their envelopes. But the late couple behind the program have their own reigning legacy in the town.
By Hudson Lindenberger | May 2020
With her human companion, Cap Dashwood, by her side, Chaela Choani-Meré has hiked every day for the past two years—and the duo isn’t slowing down yet.
By Allyson Reedy | May 2020
The Culinary Hospitality Outreach & Wellness program (CHOW), as well as other initiatives by local restaurant groups, are here to help during this stressful time.
By Jenny McCoy | May 2020
Eight Coloradans share the things—big and small—that they’ve learned to appreciate about lockdown life.
By Spencer Campbell | June 2020
When a protester found herself temporarily blind and wracked with pain after being pepper sprayed during the George Floyd demonstrations, a stranger came to her rescue. The morning after, she set out to find the mysterious “Frontline Mike.”
Edited by Spencer Campbell | July 2020
From our community’s thoughtful response to the COVID-19 pandemic to its inspirational Black Lives Matter protests, we’ve never been prouder to be Denver residents.
By Maya Chiodo | August 2020
Brittney Woodrum is summiting all 58 of Colorado’s fourteeners to help raise awareness for ShelterBox—and all of those impacted by the natural disasters that didn’t stop just because of COVID-19.
By Patricia Kaowthumrong | October 2020
Say hello to Parker the Snow Dog, famously known as honorary mayor of Georgetown.
By Jenny McCoy | November 2020
The 56-pound people-loving bird has been an unexpected source of joy during these turbulent times.
By Greg Glasgow | December 2020
Gitanjali Rao developed Kindly, a program to combat cyberbullying—but that’s not the only innovation the 15-year-old from Lone Tree has dreamed up.