Ho, Ho, Ho
Your stockings are already hung by the chimney with care, but Saint Nick still might need a little help on the gift front. Don’t worry—Santa’s elves have been busy curating a list of smash-hit presents that will elicit joy, wow and wonderment this giving season. By Hillary Locke-Mujica, Photos: Chad Chisholm
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Local Flavors

Cookie Crew

Denver’s southern suburbs are extremely wealthy … at least when it comes to cookies. Seriously, the area from Greenwood Village to Cherry Hills is so well-endowed with cookie shops and bakeries that visitors might think we are just a little bit obsessed. 

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Dwelling Well

Intimate Holiday Gatherings

Cozy, intimate gatherings can be some of the most memorable ones because you can dedicate more time to connecting with the ones you love. They’re also the perfect opportunity to (finally!) incorporate all those special details you’ve been pinning on Pinterest for years but have never had the time or patience to make happen for a whole crowd.

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Ready to Wear

Making Fur Fly

There is a scene in the fifth season of Friends when longtime vegetarian Phoebe Buffay inherits a family heirloom mink coat in horror…and then promptly falls in love with it when she sees her fur-swaddled reflection in a mirror. Indeed, there’s a reason people have been donning fur coats for millennia, and it has nothing to do with the perceived glamour: they are as warm in January as a Colorado 14er is cold. And like an old piece of quality jewelry, fur can often be restyled to suit today’s tastes—transformed from a clunky coat your great Aunt Gertrude wore into something you’d see on a Milan runway today.

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Guardians of the Galaxy

How a tiny Colorado community led THE WAY TO THE MILKY WAY  ON A CLEAR NIGHT, illuminated planets, twinkling stars, meteor showers and the spiraling galaxy of the Milky Way,

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A Vail Valley Winter

SINCE 1962, Vail has captured the hearts of Nordic seekers of all ages, and this winter season proves this sought-after Rocky Mountain destination keeps getting better and better. With the

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Farm for the Future

This Historic Cherry Hills Village dairy farm may help put kids in touch with nature and what they eat It may be hard to imagine now, but not so long

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