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Residents, transplants and visitors alike recognize Colorado as a pioneer in public land leadership. From forests like the White River National Forest to parks like Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado leads by example, paving the way for other Western...

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Earlier this year, scholar and journalist Idrees Ahmad penned a scathing piece on Medium.com entitled “Aleppo is our Guernica  —  and some are cheering on the Luftwaffe.” Aleppo is a crucial rebel stronghold in Syria and it is under...

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In Civic Area Park, just in front of the Boulder Museum for Contemporary Art (BMoCA), grows a large American linden tree with fissured bark and a leafy canopy. Once an urban tree that offered shade on a hot day...

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On the 11th of September, more than 400 people will coast through the Rocky Mountains, stopping in Vail. They will be from 25 different countries, and all their bags will be packed with similar things: water-proof clothes, brimmed hats,...

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I’m on a phone interview,” Shawn Colvin yells — away from the phone — about 10 minutes into our chat. “It’s Steve,” she explains. “We’re sitting outside waiting on a bus.” And then, her head clearly turned away from the...

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Fill up on bread

We’ve all been there: Sitting at dinner, surrounded by loved ones, and out comes a basket of bread. Without fail, someone says, “Don’t fill up on bread!” Right. These folks are well meaning. There’s plenty of other delicious food coming....
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