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Daliah Singer

5280 Contributor

Daliah Singer is an award-winning writer and editor based in Denver. She was named a Folio: 30 Under 30 in 2016, and a 2015 Livingston Award for Young Journalists finalist for “The Girls Next Door” (April 2014), an exposé on the sex trafficking of minors in Colorado. “Everyday Environmentalists” (December 2014), which she edited, won the 2015 CRMA award for Reader Service. Singer writes about a diverse array of topics, but she is is primarily focused on social justice and travel/outdoors journalism. Her work has also been published in OutsideAlaska Magazine, and the Denver Business Journal.

Articles By Daliah Singer

The Latino Cultural Arts Center Has Big Plans to Show Denver—and the World—What Its People Have to Offer

In the coming years, a three-site campus will house galleries, museums, artist work areas, and event spaces, all dedicated to nourishing and highlighting the contributions of Denver’s Latino community.

The Future of Downtown Denver

Downtown was hit particularly hard by the pandemic, and the city is still struggling to get people back on its streets. How do we rebuild it for the modern era?

How to Navigate the Complex World of Tipping at Restaurants

Local industry folks and etiquette professionals weigh in on how much gratuity you should leave when the bill arrives.

The 5280 Guide to Plant-Based Eating

Veggie lovers, rejoice.

Natuur

14 of Denver’s Best Plant-Based Restaurants

From mushroom dumplings to vegan sushi, here’s where to get the finest plant-based fare in the city.

A New Denver Facility Provides People Experiencing Homelessness a Place to Recover

Colorado Coalition for the Homeless’ first-of-its-kind respite care center offers a safe space to recover—while cutting down on health care costs.

A Bandwagon Fan’s Guide to Cheering on the Colorado Avalanche

In case you missed it, the Avs are headed to the Western Conference Finals for the first time in 20 years. Here are eight things to know so you can sound like a true fan—even if you’re just tuning in for the first time.

Colorado Passes Bill to Improve Conditions for Individuals Found Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity

The legislation gives courts more oversight and discretion over NGRI acquittees and creates a stronger system of accountability for the state mental health hospital.

Monarch

Black Hawk Is Upping Its Cool Factor with the Revamped Monarch Casino Resort Spa

The multi-year, $400-million expansion brought a new hotel, spa, and restaurants—plus more room to gamble.

Portrait of Tajahi Cooke

Behind One Chef’s Mission to Create a Diverse and Stable Restaurant Industry

Tajahi Cooke will launch Freedom Street food hall’s Chef Kitchen—a supper club and mentorship program for up-and-coming and new-to-Denver cooks—this month.

Jared Polis

Governor Polis on Why State Parks and Electric Vehicles Are at the Top of His To-Do List

We chatted with the state’s Democratic leader about why those priorities will make it easier for Coloradans to get outside.

LifeLabs

LifeLabs’ New Apparel Helps You Better Regulate Your Body Temperature

Along with making users more comfortable, the brand’s innovative technology may also help curb energy usage.

MC Squares

M.C. Squares Wants to Upgrade Your Home Office

The Thornton-based company makes it easy to organize your life with a lineup of reusable sticky notes, calendars, planners, whiteboards, and more.

Sotto Voce

11 of Denver’s Best Date Night Restaurants

Whether you’re on the hunt for the perfect first date locale or in need of a parents’ night out sans kids, these venues offer the perfect romantic backdrop. The rest is up to you.

Uphill skiing Copper

You Don’t Have to Venture into the Backcountry to Try Uphill Skiing

Copper Mountain offers some of the state’s most expansive uphill skiing, with eight routes—four of which are brand-new. Plus, a breakdown of other Colorado resorts you can uphill at.

Dirt Coffee Bar

Two Mission-Driven Coffee Companies to Support This Holiday Season

Dirt Coffee Bar and Wagon Coffee aren’t just serving good java—they’re helping their communities, too.

The Design Lovers’ Guide to Colorado Getaways

At these four stylish hotels, bespoke furnishings, calming color palettes, and chic details await your arrival.

The Dire Consequences of Pleading Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity in Colorado

People found not guilty by reason of insanity are sent to Colorado’s mental health hospital ostensibly for treatment. Here, a look inside one man’s three-year-long struggle for freedom.

Colorado's thick Lock Lomond forest

The Health of Colorado’s Forests Is More Critical Than Ever

Not-so-hardy forests are threatening our air quality and putting the more than 50 percent of Coloradans who live near them at increased risk of wildfires.

exterior of Denver Art Museum's reimagined Martin Building

Denver Art Museum Is Unveiling a $175 Million Renovation—and a Commitment to Telling Inclusive Stories

The updated campus (re)opens to the public on Sunday, October 24, with a free day.

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