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A Religious Experience

We wanted to know: What do Coloradans believe?


April 2012


Home Made

Thinking about a remodel? Tired of your circa-1985 kitchen? Want to jazz up your walls or have the house all your friends are talking about? We’ve consulted the experts, tracked down the craftspeople, crunched the numbers, and shared our own DIY stories. Ready, set, renovate.

Scott Gessler Doesn’t Give A…

Colorado’s secretary of state has spent his first year in office living up to his Honey Badger nickname by rampaging through the Legislature, chewing up his opponents, and creating all kinds of chaos. Is he out of control, or is he becoming a savvy—and ambitious—politician?

Snap, Crack, Pop

As prominent athletes tout the healing powers of sports-medicine procedures, the tools used by the pros and their doctors are trickling down to weekend warriors. But what really works, and what’s nothing more than hype? A look at the front lines of sports medicine in Colorado.


Herd Mentality

Colorado is one of the biggest sheep and lamb producers in the nation. But is it doing enough to prevent the abuse of its immigrant workers?

Front Range

Batter Up

Every season, Rockies players pick the tune that’ll play as they stride up to home plate. At press time, 2012’s at-bat songs were still TBD, so we asked some of Denver’s bigwigs to choose a “walk-up” song for themselves.


Eat and Drink

How To Make Hollandaise Sauce

A knockout hollandaise is a kitchen staple; the trick is patience and keeping the heat low so the eggs don’t scramble. Sven Hedenäs, executive chef at Tangerine, offers up his fool-proof recipe.

Sweet Tradition

With Easter upon us, local bakeries are working overtime on specialty goods that only last as long as the holiday.


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