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This story, you don’t tell it in the summertime. According to Navajo tradition, some tales are meant to be shared on the warm nights that bleed gently into Utah’s blushed sandstone; other stories are saved for when the purple-gray...

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French President Emmanuel Macron returned to Paris from the G20 Summit, where he reaffirmed France’s commitment to the Paris Climate Accord, to discover a rebellion against it underway in Paris. Hundreds of thousands ran riot in the capital and protested...

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Southern Colorado’s San Luis Valley is as rugged as it gets. It’s bordered by the Sangre de Cristo and the San Juan mountains; anywhere that’s not covered in peaks or sand is used for agriculture. It’s a far cry...

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When you first introduce yourself as someone born and raised in Colorado, people typically assume you’re an avid outdoors enthusiast, spending every free moment in the mountains, that you learned how to ski as soon as you could walk....

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The Nutcracker and the Mouse King have fought their annual battles, the flowers have waltzed and several Messiahs have been sung, but there’s still a lot of holiday music to come. In fact, there is one more chance to catch...

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Matthew Jansen knows a thing or two about the Boulder County food scene. He grew up in Boulder, learned to cook in Boulder restaurants, and has run one of Pearl Street’s longest-operating and most successful restaurants, Mateo, since 2001....
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