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Thursday, May 10,2012

Richards returning home

By Elizabeth Miller
National Geographic has announced that Boulder-based mountaineer Cory Richards, whose expedition to Mount Everest was interrupted by a medical emergency that ended in him being airlifted to Kathmandu April 28, will not be returning to Everest Base Camp.
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Thursday, May 10,2012

Dance-climb fusion project moves to Boulder

By Elizabeth Miller
Maybe you know AscenDance from the television show America’s Got Talent. Or maybe from their 2009 appearance at Boulder’s Aerial Dance Festival. Or maybe you’re getting to know them as a new neighbor on Arapahoe Avenue. The AscenDance Project moves an art form into a sports arena by blending dance and climbing — the dancers cling to holds on a climbing wall while executing their choreography. And its founder and artistic director, Isabel Von Rittberg, has officially moved to Boulder, bringing the AscenDance company to a new studio here.
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Thursday, May 3,2012

Grounded: Unknown ailment hospitalizes Cory Richards during Everest expedition

By Elizabeth Miller
What happened to Cory Richards on Mount Everest on April 28 when the climber became ill, and how that will affect the rest of the National Geographic Society’s 2012 expedition to Everest is not yet clear.
Thursday, May 3,2012

F-this

Kate Clinton will get you to do more than laugh it off

By Elizabeth Miller
You don’t have to look much beyond the title of comedian Kate Clinton’s latest show to get her take on the state of the world. In “All Fracked Up,” Clinton cranks through woes of the modern world like fracking (of course), global weirding and Republicans.
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Thursday, April 26,2012

Iced over

Polar explorer Eric Larsen uses expeditions to talk about climate change

By Elizabeth Miller
In a decade of exploring the polar region, Eric Larsen has had enough time to travel in the Arctic and Antarctic on skis, on dog sleds and on foot. He’s visited penguin colonies and passed polar bear tracks. And he’s started seeing thinner ice, more open water, freeze-ups later, thaws earlier, a change in population in polar bears and retreating sea ice.
Thursday, April 26,2012

Scents for a woman

Yves Saint Laurent retrospective comes to life with perfume pairing

By Elizabeth Miller
Artwork in museums is usually meant to be seen and not touched, not tasted and not smelled. But the Denver Art Museum is partnering with local perfumer Dawn Spencer Hurwitz to organize an event that turns that notion on its head.
Thursday, April 26,2012

Calming Congress

By Elizabeth Miller
Barbeques, baseball and meditation. That’s right. Congressman Tim Ryan (D-Ohio) meditates for 45 minutes a day and says he thinks meditation needs to become the new American pastime.
Thursday, April 12,2012

Women are beautiful, naturally

Garry Winogrand’s photographs capture women as they were

By Elizabeth Miller
The Denver Art Museum (DAM) has assembled 50 photos from its permanent collection of Winogrand images — about half of what it has in its archives and a fraction of the photos Winogrand took on the subject — for the exhibit Garry Winogrand: Women are Beautiful.
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Thursday, April 12,2012

Dropping weight

The long distance hikers’ way

By Elizabeth Miller
In 2008, Alan Carpenter decided to try his first long distance hike. He picked the manageable John Muir trail, a 218-mile walk through the Sierra Nevada mountains, as he says.
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Thursday, April 5,2012

Chasing the White Horse

Boulder ultrarunner Micah True remembered

By Elizabeth Miller
Micah True was a man to be run after. When Christopher McDougall chased him down to write Born to Run, he followed an elusive trail of clues through desert canyons. Time and again he heard that True, the man called Caballo Blanco, the White Horse, had just been there.
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