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Sarah Boyum, Assistant Photo Editor

Sarah Boyum produces, photographs and researches the photography in the print edition of 5280. In addition, she photographs and writes for 5280.com. A Hoosier native, Sarah received degrees in journalism, political science and fine art photography from Indiana University. She moved to Denver in the summer of 2014.

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What it Takes to Save Conundrum Hot Springs

The National Forest Service and Boulder-based nonprofit Leave No Trace partnered for a comprehensive approach to save the visibly degraded Conundrum Hot Springs earlier this year. So far, their effort appears to be paying off.

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It’s Your Town

Celebrate our city this weekend with speciality cocktails and Denver-inspired art.

Inside One of the World’s Toughest Ultramarathons

The Hardrock Hundred Mile Endurance Run traverses just over 100 miles of the rugged San Juan Mountains, with a total elevation change of 66,100 feet. Here, a look at the joy and pain of the 2016 event. 

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This is part of a weekly series published fresh on Thursday mornings.

Will Run for Beer

This is part of a weekly series published fresh on Thursday mornings.

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Catch Some Waves

This is part of a weekly series published fresh on Thursdays.

Sculpture Stroll

This is part of a weekly series published fresh on Thursdays.

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Happy (Dry) Trails

This is part of a weekly series published fresh on Thursday mornings.

A Look Inside CPAC’s New Home

The Colorado Photographic Arts Center has moved to RiNo, and it's celebrating with a (free!) grand opening reception on February 6. 

Holiday Sparkle

This is part of a weekly series, published fresh on Thursday mornings.

In the Public Eye

This is part of a weekly series, published fresh on Thursday mornings.

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Neighborhood Guide: Lowry Field

With affordable homes and a quiet, laid-back atmosphere, Denver's Lowry Field neighborhood offers families and young professionals a place to call home, just a short drive from downtown.

Photos: Backpacking the Four Pass Loop

This 28-mile trek, tucked in the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness area, is one of the most challenging—and spectacular—adventures in all of Colorado. 

No Conundrum Here

This is part of a weekly series published fresh on Thursdays.

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