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Maya Chiodo

Articles By Maya Chiodo

ShelterBox Britt Woodrum Fourteeners Project Mt Shavano

Why is This Woman Carrying a Green Box to the Top of Colorado’s Fourteeners?

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.

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More Flare, Less Glare: Sunglasses for Celebrating the Rest of Summer

A roundup of shades from Colorado-based brands.

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10 Ways to (Safely) Celebrate the Fourth of July

Whether you want to dive into history, enjoy a quaint evening in the park, or get a dose of that live music you’ve been missing, there are plenty of ways to celebrate America safely this year.

Vail Resorts Offers Discounts for Pass Holders Looking to Renew

The rebates are based on how many days skiers and riders were able to use their pass during the 2019–20 ski season.

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Stay-At-Home Advice from Colorado Olympians

The postponement of the 2020 Summer Olympics didn’t get them down. Here’s why—and what you can learn from them.

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Ikon Pass Holders Will Get a Bigger Renewal Discount for the 2020–21 Season

Alterra Mountain Company doubled the discount benefit for returning Ikon Pass holders in light of “uneasy and unprecedented” times.

4 Ways the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum Prioritized Accessibility

From new technology to ADA-friendly display heights, the $90 million facility is unlike any other in the country.

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Here’s How You Can Help Our Community Now

Social distancing doesn’t have to get in the way of giving or lending a helping hand.

Behind the Numbers: Why Does the Census Matter?

The final count will shape the future of the Centennial State.

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The Way We Talk About Bike Helmets Is a Problem

When it comes to motor vehicle-bicycle collisions in Colorado, we often start by asking whether the cyclist was wearing a helmet. Safety advocates say that’s a troubling form of victim blaming.

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The 2020 Colorado Garden and Home Show Focuses on Healing and Hope

The annual show, which takes place February 22 to March 1, will distribute over a half-million dollars in grant funding to horticulture therapy programs throughout the state.

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Caring for Denver Issues First Grants Worth About $2 Million

In 2018, voters approved a $0.25 sales tax by passing the Caring for Denver ballot initiative. Now, a newly formed foundation is starting to dole out grants to programs that help Denverites experiencing mental health and substance misuse challenges get treatment.

How Eco-Friendly is Your Ski Wax?

A Carbondale company is using plants—instead of chemicals—to help skiers enjoy a smoother ride.

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On the Menu at the Savoy: Storytelling Through Food

Recipe, a collaborative effort of three Denver theater companies, proves more cooks in the kitchen isn’t always a bad thing.

This Company Sells Replacement Legos

Grand Junction’s eBricks can track down the pieces your kid lost.

Denver Zoo Low Sensory Night New Years Eve

Say Hello to 2020: 10 Ways to Greet the New Year

From champagne sabering and 20th century speakeasies to disco balls and bar crawls, Denver’s got it all this New Year’s Eve.

Colorado Gives Day

Give and You Shall Receive: 10 Nonprofits to Help Out on Colorado Gives Day

By donating to these Colorado-based organizations—or any of the 3,500-plus participating nonprofits—you’ll not only improve others’ lives, but your own as well.

Digital Screens are Coming to a Chairlift Near You

A Colorado company aims to keep skiers better informed with digital displays for chairlifts and gondolas.

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Gift Guide 2019: How You Can Give Back This Holiday Season

You don’t have to make a financial donation to a local nonprofit this holiday season. Instead, consider lending your time, expertise, or used goods at these five organizations.

We Will Start Loving Each Other by Noah Schneiderman

Poems for Our Country: Artists’ Hopes and Proclamations for 2020

The latest exhibit at Union Hall, which opens on November 14, has artists set intentions for the country and the year to come.

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