Denver and Colorado

Arkansas River Fishermen Get Gold

Bill Dvorak arrived in Arkansas River Valley in the late 1970s. At the time, the river was heavily contaminated with metals coming from mining areas. Through the enormous efforts of Bill and many others like him, the Arkansas is now, not only clean, but revitalized. Bill makes his living via Dvorak Expeditions, a rafting, fishing […]

Vail’s Canine Employees

Vail Ski Patrol has rescued me twice. The first time was when they found and returned my snowboard after it took a solo ride down the mountain. The second was when I fell while snowboarding and very unawesomely – dislocated my elbow. My happiness in seeing Ski Patrol that day was likely higher than the […]

Colorado’s Two Must-Sees

A super easy (and traffic-less) two and a half hour are two of Colorado’s must-see darlings. The first being Monarch Mountain the hassle free, inexpensive resort, where everyone, regardless of age or skill level can have a helluva good time skiing (or riding). The second: a town that when the day is done will serve […]

7 Hearty Denver Dishes

Guest Post: From Denver food and beer blogger, Lillian Chatham. Lillian is the founder of Lilly Sue’s Bites and Brews and has wicked good taste in food and drink. Below are her recommendations on where to find some of Denver’s best comfort food. It’s already February so many of you have probably long forgotten those […]

The Secret Comedy of Women – Is Out

Covering everything from bras to breasts, diaries to decorative tampons and women’s history to weight, Girls Only: The Secret Comedy of Women is a two-woman act created and performed by Colorado’s Barbara Gehring and Linda Klein. Together Gehring and Klein successfully appeal to every woman that was once a girl, every man who wants in […]

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