As the former editor for two of <em>5280</em>’s ancillary publications, Hilary Masell Oswald split her time between the vibrant design-and- architecture scene in the metro area for the quarterly 5280 Home and the always-changing field of health for the annual 5280 Health. In addition to contributing to 5280, she has written for national and regional publications including Consumer Reports Health, The Chicago Tribune, and Mountain Living. In 2012, Penguin Publishing released her full revision of Loren Pope’s Colleges That Change Lives, which lauds the value of liberal arts education in the 21st century. Oswald holds a BA in English literature and composition, magna cum laude, from Davidson College and a master’s in journalism from Northwestern University’s Medill School. She lives in Denver with her husband and two children.
The new registration process for Denver Public Schools’ before- and after-school program is supposed to offer increased flexibility for families. But some working parents say that comes at the expense of guaranteed care.
In the heart of Denver’s oldest neighborhood, right next door to Coors Field, a new multiuse development aims to be the address for baseball enthusiasts (and a can’t-miss, year-round destination for everyone else).
What do a real estate developer, museum director, furniture designer, home-tech creator, and the owners of a design/build firm have in common? They’re all using design ideas to solve problems and dream big for Denver.