Adventure

Bike-packing The Maze

It’s late morning, and the temperature’s already in the 80s — typical autumn weather for Utah. I cram enough food for a small Boy...

Fast, fun and functional

The headwind is powerful. It blows up the valley, scattering leaves, dust and debris, each gusting blast enough to send small children skyward. A...

Not more, just better

The morning after her wedding, Sunny Stroeer meets me at the South Mesa trailhead at 8 a.m. sharp. As I pull into the parking...

Ten Hut

It began with whine. And ended with wine. Little did I know how one would flow into the other as two excursions to Francie’s...

Climbing goes mainstream

The visual skyscrapers called the Flatirons that dominate our skyline have always attracted attention. From the first ascent of the third Flatiron by Earl...

The next step

I guess I’ve become the diversity person,” Jamie Logan says from her home in North Boulder. “Everything feels really good in my life, so I...

New friends to paint for

Sometime in late July 1934, a 29-year-old Clyfford Still packed his car with a few art supplies — rolls of green window shade in...

Making it happen

It’s just after 6 a.m. and Aisha Weinhold is sitting at her desk with a cup of coffee. She looks out the kind of...

Take a pass

With the 2017-18 season winding down, it’s time to reboot for 2019. Sure, this winter wasn’t the greatest, as multiple storms drifted north of...

Lady Day sings the blues

The #MeToo and Black Lives Matter movements exist for the sad but simple reason that sexism and racism are all too alive and well...

Better than diamonds

Many artists have a trademark. For Monet it was water lilies, Warhol favored soup cans, and Picasso was partial to the rearranged face. But...

Outdoor Retailer moves to Denver, bringing industry issues to light

When you stand in a building with 20,000 bustling people, the energy is palpable — like watching beer bubbles gently fizz in a glass....
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