For the first decade of her career, nurse Claire Riley did everything she could to help people survive. But when she moved to Boulder in 1980, her experiences took a slight curve when she started working at Boulder County Hospice. Suddenly, she was helping people to die. Naturally, the transition took some getting used to. After all, society has drilled into us the idea that death is something to be fearful of - a morbid experience. A bad thing
Outside the mainstream lies a world of options in education for today's growing minds. We've rounded up top area professionals to take an in-depth look at the opportunities available to parents and their children.
Life is nothing if not a series of risks. One way or another, we're all risking life and limb whether it be grabbing a burger or flinging yourself towards the earth with nothing but a parachute to break your fall.