Hillary Locke Mujica

Adaptive Outdoors

With the Winter Paralympics coming up, we sat down with Kim Easton, CEO of The National Sports Center for the Disabled to talk about the impact this Denver organization is making. Can you tell me about the National Sports Center for the Disabled?   The National Sports Center for the […]

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A Patient Journey of Light and Color

From fly-fishing to photography, Coloradan Todd Bacon’s passions have led to a destiny-fulfilling career behind the lens, where he aims to capture “life’s essence.” I caught up with him to learn what inspires him to get the shot.

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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. 

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PROJECT ANGEL HEART CELEBRATES THREE DECADES of serving up food, compassion and much more.  THE DENVER-BASED NONPROFIT that provides medically tailored meals to Coloradans facing life-threatening illness is celebrating its 30th year of selfless acts of kindness. Every week since 1991, Project Angel Heart’s professional chefs, volunteers and registered dietitian […]

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What’s the Brew-ha-ha About?

The Landmark Lands Holidaily Brewery The first woman-owned gluten-free brewery in the country has grown into the largest dedicated gluten-free brewery with a robust cult following. And with their second brewery now open at The Landmark in Greenwood Village (the only gluten-free brewery with two tap rooms), those happy for […]

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