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Outdoors, In Style: where to go for Colorado’s best glamping… and more

by Monica Parpal Stockbridge – There’s something rejuvenating about getting away from the city and spending time in the outdoors. Breathing the clean air, taking in the view and connecting with nature can bring a much-needed sense of peace and perspective. And while pitching a tent or sleeping under the stars sounds romantic, camping isn’t […]

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Spirited Connection

Medium Rebecca Rosen Offers Comfort and Advice From the Departed by Ellen Gray   There are times when we just need to believe. Perhaps we’ve lost our way, we’ve reached a crossroads, or maybe we merely want to connect. We wait, we hope, we wonder. And then, unexpectedly, a sign. Seemingly insignificant on the surface, […]

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Just Peachy: time to enjoy Palisade’s pitted prizes

by Eric Elkins – Late summer in Colorado is a wonder of possibility. The gorgeous, cloudless mornings and cooling monsoon afternoons. The patios and rooftops full of revelers. The outdoor music and warm evening rambles from bar to restaurant to bar to bar and the gentle breeze that accompanies your happy stumble to bed. But […]

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Colorado’s Endless Summer: festivals of every flavor

by Eric Elkins – Summer in Colorado is all about being outside. Hiking, camping, patio sipping, al fresco dining, lazy days by a rooftop pool. The dry heat and sun have truly settled in, with the cooling punctuation of afternoon rainstorms breaking up the day. And the faceted festivals across the state roll out week […]

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Sounds of Music

by Bill Husted – Colorado’s music scene moves to a higher level. When it comes to music, Colorado hands-down is one of the country’s top places for pretty much any type of performance. The thing is, musicians want to play here, especially in the summer when they can choose from a wide variety of wonderful […]

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The Fray

Denver’s hometown heroes open up to DHM on the long journey from local bar band to international rock stardom By Dave Muscari The Rocky Mountains are a musical melting pot. Legendary bandleaders Paul Whiteman, Glenn Miller and Jimmie Lunceford attended Colorado high schools. Philip Bailey and Larry Dunn of Earth, Wind & Fire, and fiery […]

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A Colorado Spa Day

By Olivia Crist Everyone needs a good spa day now and again, and it just so happens that Colorado has a plethora of fantastic spas for you to enjoy. So sit back, relax and take a gander at some of the most popular spas in Colorado. Woodhouse Day Spa Located in Denver, Woodhouse Day Spa […]

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Mountain Views to Cityscapes

by David R. Holland Miller Barber, the late PGA Tour player with 11 championships, said it best about travel and golf. “I’m happiest when I have a hotel room key in my pocket.” Denver’s golf lineup has it all – beauty, challenge, history and perfect summer weather that extends well into late fall. But many […]

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