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Meredith Sell

Articles By Meredith Sell

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The 10 Best Places for Ice Skating in (and Around) Denver This Winter

You don’t have to hit the slopes to have some cold, wintery fun. Check out these rinks to get your ice skating fix.

How to Protect Your Health From Colorado’s Changing Climate

The effects of climate change are already hindering your health. These tips can help you mitigate the impact.

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One Year Review: Is Colorado’s Equal Pay for Equal Work Act Working?

The measure faced some early hurdles, and the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment is working to remedy those issues. Still, the law’s ultimate effect remains to be seen.

A New Grocery Store Aims to Address Food Access Issues in Sun Valley

The project, Decatur Fresh, opens November 2 on the ground floor of Denver Housing Authority’s Gateway South building.

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Is Meow Wolf Denver Socially Responsible? It May Be Too Soon to Tell

The art collective promised to provide opportunities to locals and give back to the Sun Valley community. Here’s what they’ve done so far—and why the true test is yet to come.

Eric Roza Is Ushering in a Healthier Era of CrossFit

For eight years, Eric Roza dreamed of running CrossFit. Last summer, with the brand reeling from controversy, the former tech executive from Boulder got his chance.

Why It Won’t Be Easy for Us All to Feel Connected Again as the Pandemic Winds Down

The past 12 months highlighted how important relational connection is for our mental health. Here’s how you can prioritize it in the wake of COVID-19.

Will Support for Black-Owned Businesses Continue in 2021?

This past year’s protests brought much-needed attention to enterprises run by minority entrepreneurs. Now, local groups are trying to stretch the interest into permanent support.

Denver’s Top Lawyers 2021

Everyone needs an attorney every now and again. Here, the ones you should reach out to when that time comes.

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Meow Wolf Is on Track to Open Its Denver Location in Late 2021

The pandemic and a company reorganization postponed the immersive art museum’s original 2020 opening—but the project is still moving forward with new coronavirus-induced innovations.

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Colorado Lawyers Offer Free Services to Small Businesses Hurt by the Pandemic

Since March, small businesses statewide have struggled to stay afloat in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. A coalition of local lawyers has stepped up to help.

New Programs Intend to Help SAR Volunteers Heal

Backcountry missions pile life-altering stress on the rescuers.

Meet Adri Norris, One of the Artists Behind Denver’s Black Lives Matter Street Mural

Adri Norris uses art to shed light on the women history has forgotten.

You’ll Now Need a Hunting or Fishing License to Access State Wildlife Areas

Starting July 1, Colorado Parks and Wildlife is requiring visitors to Colorado’s State Wildlife Areas to carry a valid hunting or fishing license—even if they’re not hunters or anglers. We explain why.

How Denver’s Public Transportation Projects Do (and Don’t) Get Funded

From potholes to medians and bike lanes, we break down who’s responsible for building and maintaining Denver’s multimodal transportation network—and why we can’t pay for it all.

Exhibit Highlights Colorado’s Legacy of Women’s Suffrage

In tandem with the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, a new exhibit at the Byers-Evans House Museum tells the story of women’s voting rights in Colorado.

What You Need to Know About Denver’s Urban Camping Ban

At the end of December, a judge declared the law unconstitutional, so why is the Denver Police Department still enforcing it? And why do we have a camping ban anyway?

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What Is Ozone, and Why Are Colorado’s Levels So Bad?

In December, the EPA bumped Colorado’s ozone nonattainment area status from moderate to serious. We talked to the experts to find out what that actually means.

How a Colorado Couple Quit Booze and Found New Highs in the Mountains

John and Alyson Kirk are battling addiction by replacing alcohol with an all-consuming pursuit of summits.

Colorado’s Jewish Healthcare Workers Get the Spotlight in This New Exhibit

The inaugural exhibit in History Colorado’s new Ballantine Gallery honors the Jewish community’s efforts to care for Colorado’s poor and sick—particularly those who suffered from tuberculosis in the early 20th century.

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