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How Much Food Are You Wasting?

Forty percent of the nation’s food supply never makes it to the table. Denver intends to change that.

5280 November 2016

Final Post: One Local Veteran’s New Mission

Julian Scadden volunteers his time to ensure no Denver veteran dies alone. 

How Much Food Are You Wasting?

Forty percent of the nation’s food supply never makes it to the table. Denver intends to change that.

The State Of Education In Colorado

We ask—and try to answer—the question: Are local schools preparing students for life after high school?

Inside One Family’s Annual Hunting Trip

For more than 40 years, Rifle resident Hal Coombs has led annual weeklong trips into the Flat Tops Wilderness in search of three things: elk, unspoiled nature, and bonding time with family and friends. 

The Guide to Buying (Locally Made, Original) Artwork

Denver’s creative community has so much to offer, yet many of us are still hanging mass-produced prints from Pottery Barn on our walls. Why? Because no one ever gave us the tools for—nor taught us the importance of—purchasing thoughtfully crafted works from artists in our communities. That is, until now.

Ballad of a Small-Town Bakery

Moxie Bread Company pushes the boundaries of foodie-ism in Louisville with its handmade eats and a down-home feel.

The Pull of Park City Mountain

Shake up your same-old winter routine with a trip to Utah, where you can experience epic powder at one of Vail Resorts’ latest acquisitions. 

Why Does Our Legal System Still Put Kids In Chains?

Twenty-seven states and the District of Columbia have stopped using restraints on juveniles. Colorado isn’t one of them. 

A Special Sacrifice

A letter from the editor of our November 2016 issue.

A Weather-Predicting Satellite Improves Forecasts

Collecting far more data than other satellites, the Littleton-made GOES-R could revolutionize how meteorologists predict the weather.

Q&A: Rodney Billups

Chauncey Billups’ little brother takes over at the University of Denver.

Are Co-Ops the Answer to Expensive Housing?

Co-housing and cooperative living offer community-focused alternatives to high rents in the Denver and Boulder areas.

Denver Doctor Pioneers Breathing Techniques for Wheezing Athletes

When athletes’ throats start closing up, they call pulmonologist Tod Olin.

Wild History

Senator Michael Bennet wants to protect the birthplace of the Army’s 10th Mountain Division.

Soak, Explore, Repeat

Pair your winter jaunts to mountain hot springs with explorations of the landscapes beyond the resorts.

Get Fit for Ski Season With These Four Exercises

Incorporate these moves, recommended by local fitness coach Amy Marolf, into your workout routine.

Après Chic Fashion Essentials

Make an elegant statement after your ski day with this soft, sophisticated look. 

What To Do in November

Your short list of Colorado’s coolest events. 

Local Artist Airbrushes Broncos’ Cleats

Aurora airbrush artist Jimmy Conca adds some personalized flair to Denver Broncos’ players game-day shoes.

Meet Denver’s New Scrooge

Actor Sam Gregory takes over the iconic role in the DCPA’s annual production of A Christmas Carol.

Best Bites: Makan Malaysian Cafe’s Laksa

Looking for something other than the usual ramen or pho? We’ve got just the thing for you.

The Colorado Pantry: PB Love Co.

How a batch of peanut butter launched a mission.

Where We’re Eating in November

The restaurants, dishes, and drinks on our dining radar.

Mountain Buzz: Georgetown’s Kaffehuset

Discover Georgetown’s coziest java spot.

8 Expert Pie and Beer Combinations

How to pair your Thanksgiving dessert with craft beer.

The Marrying Kinds

Plenty of Denverites are finding love. Here’s how to make it last.

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