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Help homeless people into homes, and everybody seems to win. It’s one of those rare solutions that is as obvious as it is difficult to accomplish. But it’s also one that can be fundamentally life changing, if done correctly. Recently,...

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Racially and ethnically speaking, I’m truly a global human — Irish, Black, Anglo, Native American, Italian... all that and more. My father always said that our family was “Heinz 57,” like the brand of steak sauce supposedly made of...

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The worlds of food and technology are inseparably intertwined. From seedling to cellar, from farm to fridge and ranch to restaurant, our food systems and chain of supply hinge on technology. It is a relationship on which we depend —...

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I’m swinging from the top of the tallest route at the brand-new Earth Treks Englewood facility, my camera in tow. Looking down at the emergence of Colorado’s newest climbing community, I snap pictures as folks pull down on brightly...

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When Rachel Eckroth was an up-and-coming keyboardist in the jazz scene in Phoenix, Arizona, it was her father who took the teenaged Rachel to gigs at local bars. He was the loving patriarch of a musical family, a band...

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Not too long ago, Winn Kirkpatrick was living in Texas. A father to three young boys, one with autism who struggled to communicate and suffered from seizures. Skeptical that natural remedies could help his boy, Kirkpatrick says he was...
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