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Joe Lindsey

Articles By Joe Lindsey

Deion Sanders speaks after being introduced as the new head football coach at the University of Colorado during a news conference Sunday, Dec. 4, 2022, in Boulder, Colo. Sanders left Jackson State University after three seasons at the helm of the school's football team.

Coach Prime Is Perfect for This Moment

Deion Sanders may be the only person who can revive the Buffs’ football fortunes in a rapidly changing sport, but win or lose, the University of Colorado faces hard choices about its future.

The blue Twitter bird logo on a gray building.

So You’re Thinking of Quitting Twitter and Heading to Mastodon

University of Colorado Boulder professor and digital media expert Nathan Schneider shares what you can expect from both platforms—and what comes next.

Inside the Organized Crime Ring That Stole Nearly $1 Million Worth of Bikes From Denver Retailers

“Operation Vicious Cycle” allegedly hit local bike shops over and over—making off to Mexico with retailers’ rides.

These Colorado Bike Shops Put the Focus on Family Cycling

Bike Shop Girl Family Cycling in Stapleton and Front Range Cargo Bikes in Boulder are part of a new breed of bike shop focused on getting more families to leave the car at home and hop on two wheels.

Hal Sasaki

How to Train Your Bonsai Tree

Growing a bonsai isn’t as hard as you think, says this Denver bonsai master.

Meet Denver’s Own Bonsai Master

Harold “Hal” Sasaki has been teaching the art of bonsai to Mile High City dwellers for decades.

Who Helps Patients When Medical Bills Pile Up?

Meet a new class of medical professionals: health care advocates.


Denver-Born Filmmaker Uncovers Russian Doping Scandal in “Icarus”

Bryan Fogel’s Netflix documentary offers a stunning and intimate look at the Russian doping scandal.


How to Bike Like a Local

Eat, drink, and ride like a local on these new(ish) Colorado bike-cations.


Gear Up

The best part about planning a trip is buying new (Colorado-designed) equipment.

The Fixer

Can Derek Bouchard-Hall—armed with an Ivy League pedigree and a pro cycling career—remake Colorado Springs–based USA Cycling?


How to Bike Like a Local

Eat, drink, and ride like a local on these new Colorado bike-cations.

Gear Up

The best part about planning a trip is buying new (Colorado-designed) equipment.

What Will Colorado’s Forests Look Like in 90 Years?

The Aspen Center for Environmental Studies’ Forest Forecast tool visualizes the impact of climate change on Colorado’s beautiful forests. 

Cool Running

How to run faster, harder, and stronger—using one tiny device.

Where Should You Ski This Winter? You May Be Surprised

Open Snow hopes its seasonal, mountain-by-mountain forecasts will help powder hunters seek out the freshies. 

Eldora Will Be Improved, Not Expanded—At Least Not Yet

Eldora Mountain Resort’s planned renovation gets a partial approval, but a key element is deferred in hopes of compromise with opponents. 

Will the Pacific Northwest Drought Impact Our Beer?

Washington state’s fires thankfully didn’t harm this year’s hops harvest—but the drought did.

The Hops Boom On The Western Slope

Is the growing hops farming industry in Western Colorado a bubble—or the next big thing?

Expanding Interests

Eldora Mountain Resort wants to grow its footprint. Not surprisingly, the small ski hill faces vigorous opposition from its neighbors.

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