Laura Aldrete steps in as executive director of Denver’s Community Planning and Development Department in a time of unprecedented growth—and frustration. With a background in cultural anthropology and urban planning, the north Denver resident brings a global perspective to city-building—but will that be enough to ensure the kind of equity Denver seeks?
Generation Y is facing a host of health challenges—and that's before the coronavirus swarmed Colorado. Because informed, consistent maintenance is key, we put together a user's manual to the millennial body to ensure its ready for bumpy roads ahead.
As the Colorado Rapids prepare to mark the 10th anniversary of their lone MLS title—and their 25th year of existence—myriad questions surround the organization. The biggest? Why Denver seems to be one of the only cities in America that still doesn’t care about professional soccer.
Although Democratic Representative Jason Crow may not have the same star power as some other freshman Dems, he was quietly at the heart of some of 2019’s most historic moments. We joined the former Army Ranger along the Front Range and in Washington, D.C., to provide an intimate look at the congressman’s first 365 days.