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ColoradoLifeMagazine
Colorado Life is a bi-monthly magazine featuring stories about the state's unique nature, travel, food, tourism events, history, characters and communities.
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ColoradoLifeMagazine Jan 15
In our January/February issue we uncovered the origin of the goofy King Soopers supermarket name. There really was a King, founder Lloyd King (pictured here), but what's up with Soopers? Listen to Matt Masich explain his findings on Colorado Public Radio:
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ColoradoLifeMagazine Jan 11
From ski joring to snow sculptures, we cover wacky winter events () Ullr Fest Winter Carnival Ice Fest Crystal Carnival Ice Fest Winterskol Winter Fest Snowdown
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ColoradoLifeMagazine Jan 2
Happy New Year! Here's a sample of some of the beautiful photographs you'll enjoy year-round from our Exploring Colorado 2019 wall calendar. Order yours now to help keep track of important dates. or combine with a subscription!
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ColoradoLifeMagazine Nov 30
Vance Kirkland sensed sound as color. His celebrated paintings shared his sonic visions. His studio has remained standing - except for one day when the brick building rolled through Denver. Subscribe to read! ()
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ColoradoLifeMagazine Nov 13
Check out the Nov/Dec 2018 issue featuring stories about winter wildlife hikes, Front Range sandstone landscapes, Denver's Vance Kirkland Museum and Cortez near where Adam Schallau photographed our cover of Chimney Rock! Subscribe ( )
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ColoradoLifeMagazine Oct 11
Halloween is less than three weeks away. Do you have your costume yet? In our September/October issue () we covered The Wizard's Chest in , a store where you can find costumes, board games and geek-culture paraphernalia all year.
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ColoradoLifeMagazine Oct 9
Fruit Sleuths Jude and Addie Schuenemeyer of Montezuma Orchard Restoration Project race against time to save southwest apple varieties from extinction. Read more: .
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ColoradoLifeMagazine Oct 4
We celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Junior League of Denver's Colorado Cache Cookbook! A few favorite recipes (like Bronco Bread) appear in our September/October issue ().
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ColoradoLifeMagazine Sep 27
150 years ago, scouts rode onto the Eastern Plains looking for Indians to fight. They found more than they bargained for at the Battle of Beecher Island. Our Sep/Oct issue () recounts the confrontation.
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ColoradoLifeMagazine Sep 13
Leaves are changing color in Colorado's high country. Our September/October issue () guides you to secluded spots with fewer crowds and gorgeous landscapes like those pictured in our photo essay this fall!
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ColoradoLifeMagazine Sep 7
It's Trapper Days in Fort Lupton! Visit tomorrow's parade, flyover, pancake breakfast and the rendezvous at the restored Fort Lancaster where mountain men and Plains Indians camp as they did in the 1830s.
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ColoradoLifeMagazine Aug 31
The September/October issue is here. Check out the cover by Rod Hanna of Ripple Creek Pass in the Flat Tops and inside for stories on the Battle of Beecher Island, Fort Lupton, Montezuma County apple orchards and secluded fall foliage spots.
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ColoradoLifeMagazine Aug 23
In the 20th century, baseball teams played at the Uravan Ballpark in a town that once was the uranium capitol of the West but no longer exists. Now the field hosts the annual Uravan Reunion Picnic, happening this Saturday, where former residents return to celebrate homecoming.
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ColoradoLifeMagazine Aug 9
Colorado’s tart-cherry production is a fraction of what it once was but we tracked down stores where you can still find tart cherries at: and make recipes like the State Champion Cherry Pie in our current issue: .
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ColoradoLifeMagazine Aug 1
Get your Colorado Life statehood birthday gift for only $18.76. (No code required. Offer valid until 12 AM August 2, 2018.)
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ColoradoLifeMagazine Jul 26
It's hard enough to sing opera at sea level, but try belting an aria at 8,510 feet. The performers at Central City Opera House defy altitude and the show goes on. We visited the historic landmark and caught up with performers in our July/August edition ().
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ColoradoLifeMagazine Jul 25
With boutiques along main street and shows at the Reperatory Theater to Wheeler Geologic Monument and mining tours, Creede is a historic mining town that has so much to offer! Photo Credit: Joshua Hardin @CreedeChamber
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ColoradoLifeMagazine Jul 19
Bruce Rosenbach of Phillips County Pheasants Forever displays Corners for Conservation near Holyoke. The partnership with Colorado Parks & Wildlife seeds locally-adapted plants near center-pivot irrigation providing habitat for pheasants & other wildlife.
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ColoradoLifeMagazine Jul 18
The communities of Ouray and Ridgway are gems of southwestern Colorado. From stunning views and western movies to eerie ghosts towns to relaxing hot springs, Ouray County has something for everyone!
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ColoradoLifeMagazine Jun 29
The 8th Annual Festival is happening now through Sunday in . Our May/June issue is your guide. We visited farms, cooking demos and merchandise booths and included lavender-infused recipes you can make at home:
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