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Denver Life Magazine

August 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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Denver Life Magazine
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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 MANAGERJamie Froyd SENIOR ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE Lori Perry ACCOUNT EXECUTIVES Stephanie Barr, Kristin Battenfield PUBLISHER Shawn C. Miller EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Kristin N. Miller EXECUTIVE EDITOR Alison Gwinn ASSOCIATE EDITORS Susan Fornoff, Andrew Weaver EDITORIAL INTERNS Jazlyn Andrews, Ashley Capoot, Caroline Gregor, Cassie Kuhn, Michelle Timmins, Renae Whissel CREATIVE DIRECTOR Tom Visocchi ART DIRECTOR Michelle M. Gutierrez CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS Rachel Adams, Kira Abelardo, Ingo Fast, Paul Miller, Jeff Nelson, Jon Rose, Joni Schrantz, Cassandra Stiltner, Emily Teater EVENTS MANAGER Jamie Froyd SENIOR ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE Lori Perry ACCOUNT EXECUTIVES Stephanie Barr, Kristin Battenfield 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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the road to bountiful

Email me: alison.gwinn@denverlifemagazine.com August is a month of such richness and plenty, with our backyard gardens hitting their peaks (my raised bed at home is brimming with tomatoes, basil, peppers, and cukes), farmers markets overflowing with local produce, and Colorado roadside stands beckoning. So for our biannual food issue, we couldn’t help focusing on two of our summertime faves: Olathe sweet corn (Potager’s new owners created a four-course meal, with corn as part of every course, page 52) and local plums, peaches, and berries, which stellar local baker Jayne Yelick has turned into to-die-for galettes that are so simple you can make them at home, page 63. Continuing the culinary theme, we found the best kids cooking classes (for little ones up to teens), page 30; give you the scoop on the Colorado…

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#denverlifemagazine

pasta, pasta! @intlfoodforreal trying the Fettuccini Bolognese at Odyssey Bistro call to order @prettylifedesigns conceived this modern kitchen around “clean lines, light and bright” gather ’round Every night is a feast at @arcanarestaurant in Boulder makeup magic An expert touch-up from @humble_beautybar in Lone Tree plant-based perfection @vegantraveleats is drooling (as are we) over this selection from Denver’s Vegan Van to and fro Busy Denverites heading into and out of the mountains, by @db_landscape_images follow us on: @denverlifemag @denverlifemagazine @denverlifemagazine…

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win!

Treat your BFFs, out-of-town guests, or maybe even your in-laws to an unforgettable evening. Visit denverlifemagazine.com/win for complete details and to enter to win this fun giveaway. DOUBLE DATE NIGHT! You and your special someone, plus your favorite two guests, will mix cooking class with dinner party on the adult “Date Night” of your choice at Uncorked Kitchen. Chef instructors will guide your group through a culinary adventure, from prep to plate, taking on the toughest tasks themselves. Depending on the event you choose, your night includes a carafe of an alcoholic beverage, beer, or a bottle of wine the staff has paired with your menu. Dine with the city sparkling below you, as the garage doors roll up and you enjoy an al fresco dinner (weather permitting). Uncorkedkitchen.com…

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atlas

All that jazz When Dizzy Gillespie took to the stage for the first Telluride Jazz Festival in 1977, he famously commented, “If this ain’t paradise, heaven can wait.” In the years since, hundreds of artists—from Herbie Hancock to the Neville Brothers, Diana Krall to Bill Frisell—have made the pilgrimage to this enchanting mountain town for the three-day, three-night festival. Daytime concerts take place in Telluride Town Park, followed by evening performances in indoor venues and late-night Jazz After Dark concerts. Sunday morning sees a New Orleans Second Line brass band parade down Main Street, complete with colorful floats and costumes. Try free yoga sessions, a Saturday morning historical walking tour, and a kids area. Best of all: It’s all in support of the nonprofit education organization Telluride Society for Jazz. telluridejazz.org…

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rain or shine

If you’re one of those people who watch a weather forecast and think, “I could do that,” think again. KATHY SABINE, who has worked as a meteorologist for Denver’s 9News for more than 25 years, covers the 2 to 11 p.m. shift and does five newscasts a day—at 4, 5, 6, 9, and 10 p.m.—which, she guesses, is more than any other meteorologist in the country. She also works for KOSI and KYGO radio, does weather chats on Facebook Live, posts forecasts on Twitter, and is constantly corresponding with fans. She has won multiple Emmys, appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and still finds time to do speaking engagements and raise her three kids. We chatted with Sabine about her fast-paced life and getting her work done, rain or shine. How…

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