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Denver Life Magazine June 2019

In every issue: Fashion, Wellness, Beauty, Travel, Home Decor, Family Time, Dining, Local Arts, Pets, Outdoor Adventure, Colorado Escapes and Philanthropy. Denver Life Magazine highlights the very best of Denver culture, adventure and style!

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alpine PUBLISHING GROUP CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Shawn C. Miller VICE PRESIDENT Kristin N. Miller CREATIVE DIRECTOR Tom Visocchi EXECUTIVE EDITOR Alison Gwinn ASSOCIATE EDITORS Susan Fornoff, Andrew Weaver ART DIRECTOR Michelle M. Gutierrez BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER Jamie Froyd SENIOR ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE Lori Perry ACCOUNT EXECUTIVES Stephanie Barr, Kristin Battenfield, Sherrie Wilkolaski PUBLISHER Shawn C. Miller EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Kristin N. Miller EXECUTIVE EDITOR Alison Gwinn ASSOCIATE EDITORS Susan Fornoff, Andrew Weaver EDITORIAL INTERNS Kate Powell, Nate Samson, Jaclyn Walsh, Shannon Wheeler CREATIVE DIRECTOR Tom Visocchi ART DIRECTOR Michelle M. Gutierrez CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS Kira Abelardo, Bergreen Photography, Ingo Fast, Paul Miller, Jeff Nelson, Joni Schrantz, Cassandra Stiltner EVENTS MANAGER Jamie Froyd SENIOR ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE Lori Perry ACCOUNT EXECUTIVES Stephanie Barr, Kristin Battenfield, Sherrie Wilkolaski We’d love to hear from you! Send us comments, questions, letters to the editor or submissions for consideration. Mail to: Denver Life Magazine 8 Inverness Drive East, Suite 100 Englewood, CO 80112 Email…

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into the woods

Email me: alison.gwinn@denverlifemagazine.com The first time I went camping in Colorado, I was woefully ill prepared. A flatlander hiking in the Maroon Bells, I ignored my boyfriend’s advice to let him know the instant I felt any blisters forming inside my new hiking boots. Valuing stoicism over intelligence, I failed to let him know I was in pain until we reached our first night’s campsite, at which point I took off my boots and realized that my heels were raw and my socks soaked in blood. Big mistake. But it taught me a lesson: Heed the advice of the more experienced when it comes to anything outdoors, particularly camping. That goes double—triple even!—if you’re camping with kids. In “Family Camping Made Easy,” p. 62, we’ve put together how- to guides, gear checklists,…

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cool coolers From @smok_denver, a bucket of Bartles & Jaymes wine coolers to ring in the summer drink up @sidecarlounge pours a tasty cocktail to finish off a long work week. We’ll have two. made in the shades @ear2earphotobooths knows the true meaning of spring skiing at Winter Park. big dipper @chrisdoesnapkins celebrates the new Constellation Ice Cream in Stapleton. berry, berry nice A perfect way to start the morning, courtesy of @baconsocialhouse street view Beautiful Brooklyn street vibes from @haleebandhoney, captured in Park Hill follow us on: @denverlifemag @denverlifemagazine @denverlifemagazine…

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sun, sun, sun

We’re on beach time. Visit denverlifemagazine.com to get complete details and enter to win this exciting giveaway. White sand beaches. Crystal-blue water. A row of palm trees swaying in the breeze. Deep down, you know you deserve this. Enter to win a five-night getaway for two to the all-inclusive Riu Palace Costa Mujeres in Cancun, Mexico, a package that includes nonstop roundtrip airfare from Denver to Cancun, ground transfers to and from the airport and hotel, all meals and drinks, and the assistance of an Apple Vacations representative. Spend your days kicking back by the pool, relaxing at the resort spa, sipping Mai Tais on the beach…the list goes on. Just make sure to Instagram your time in paradise—jealous friends back home are part of the experience, too. applevacations.com…

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atlas

Riders Up! Seven days. Eight towns. Thousands of feet in elevation gain. 445 miles. And all on two wheels. That’s the best way to summarize this year’s Ride the Rockies, now in its 34th year. The ride, from June 9 to 15, will start in Crested Butte and follow a loop that takes intrepid bicyclists over Monarch Pass, Independence Pass, and McClure Pass, alongside the College Peaks and through the Gunnison and Roaring Fork valleys. The ride, run by the Denver Post Community Foundation, helps support nonprofits throughout the state (since 2001, $585,000 has been raised and donated). Wanna see the ride up close? There are a number of volunteer opportunities available, from running aid stations to marking the route to driving SAG wagons. ridetherockies.com…

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field day

Fans of the Rockies may have cheered their way through ballgames from the nosebleeds, the Rockpile, the luxury boxes, or anywhere in between, but few have seen a game the way LIZ BERLIN has. For the last 11 years, Berlin has spent more than 40 games per season huddled in the catwalk behind the out-of-town scoreboard in right field, operating it by hand. “I’ve loved baseball since high school,” Berlin says. “I had a boyfriend who played, and I always used to keep score.” Decades later, she’s still at it—albeit on a slightly larger stage—one of just a few people left in the country who manage major-league scoreboards the old-fashioned way, by hanging physical panels with numbers and letters. How does the scoreboard work? • “It’s actually quite easy. It’s made up…

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