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Luc Hatlestad

Articles By Luc Hatlestad

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Classic Denver

Sure, you’ve tried all the hot new places. But what about the old? Here, our list of the restaurants, landmarks, museums, events, and more that make Denver special.

Going Back to School

38 Cool Colorado Classes For Adults

From learning to scuba dive or brew beer to building a guitar or joining a curling league, we found a plethora of local ways to nurture your intellect, challenge yourself, or just have some fun as you continue your coursework in Life 101.

The Yawpers’ Triumphant Road Home

The trio will play five Colorado shows before the end of January.

Colorado Legislature Tackles the Construction Defects Conundrum

Day one of the new session brings hope that a loosening of the condo logjam might be in sight.

The Secret to Fulfilling That New Year’s Resolution?

There isn’t one, but Denver is a darn good place to try.

Clean Energy Is Still Booming in Colorado

Politics aside, the prospects for jobs that create and manage alternatives to oil and gas remain promising in the Centennial State.

What’s Next for the Broncos?

Despite Coach Gary Kubiak’s sudden departure and a disappointing 2016 season, the team can be a contender again by making a few key tweaks.

Colorado Media, and Our National Brethren, Look Toward 2017

After a presidential election year that proved particularly abysmal for the media, the press in Colorado—and everywhere else—must strive to be much better.

Meet Colorado’s First Latina Speaker of the House

How Crisanta Duran used her family’s commitment to public service to become one of the state’s top lawmakers.

The Broncos’ Patchwork Plan Is Unraveling

By over-relying on its defense, the team now risks missing the playoffs.

The 2016 Do-Gooder Award Winner: Jason Page

When the Alliance Center in downtown Denver suffered a workplace shooting in June, its acting director found himself helping everyone heal.

Local Study Attributes Overall Health to Income, Race

A new report outlines the significant influence of “race, place, and space” in citizens’ health.

Denver Students Begin the Push to Protect Their Rights

Students at Manual High School gathered in the days following the election to share their hopes and fears for the future—and plan for what might come next.

Rant & Rave: Subpar Colorado Motorists and Platform T

The verdict is in: Coloradans are pretty lousy drivers. May we suggest some tea to calm your frazzled nerves?

Gift Giving With A Purpose

Take part in charitable gift and volunteer opportunities this holiday season.

Denver Is Losing Residents As Quickly As It Gains Them

A new report shows that the metro area lost 9.25 percent of residents between 2014 and 2015. Is gentrification to blame?

Job Growth in the Age of Legalization

How a local staffing company is trying to take marijuana hiring to unprecedented levels.

Outside Magazine Really Loves Colorado Businesses

A full one-third of the publication’s best places to work are located in the Centennial State.

Initiative 300 Passes In Denver

Although no one seems to know what it will look in practice, city leaders just got another item for their 2017 to-do list.

Giselle Gutierrez-Ruiz Freed After Nearly 20 Years

The Colorado man was the subject of 5280 Magazine’s “Still Life.”

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