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The Health, Education, and 65+ Issue

Aging Authentically: Older Adults Defy Stereotypes

"I can’t imagine not working." Carol Shelly enters the preschool she works at with homemade play-dough, pumpkin scented. In her bag are vegetable puppets she crafted. She consults her schedule, which is written on a sticky note stuck to her water bottle. She’s off to Ms. Davis’ classroom for now. Teachers seem to...

Features

Treating the Symptoms of Our Sick Educational System

Our education system was struggling long before the COVID-19 pandemic, which has managed to even further exacerbate these symptoms.

America’s Healthcare System

For many years, healthcare options in America have been the source of contentious debate. Throw in a pandemic and all that is wrong with our system is revealed.

Aging Authentically: Older Adults Defy Stereotypes

People who used to retire are still working, and not just because they need to. We look at what the face of aging looks like in today’s times.

Scene

Scene Stealers | January 2022

New year, new events! Here's a list of cool things Yellow Scene's French Davis thinks you should check out. *Please continue to be safe.

French’s 5 | January 2022

This month: Here are five statistics worth sharing about Valentine’s Day in the U.S. Maybe you can get some Valentine's ideas, too.

Spotlight on Shane Endsley

Denver native Shane Endsley blossomed into one of the preeminent trumpeters in music today. Here, Shane talks about playing with Pearl Jam, teaching at Metro State University, and the music of Ennio Morricone.

“Form a gang and raid east to west until you’re Governor or dead!” | Duly Noted

47-year-old Lyndon McLeod, a.k.a. Roman McClay, wrote a bad novel about murdering specific people in Denver–and then he did.

Cuisine

Food News | Dec. 2021 – Jan. 2022

Even though this didn't make it into the final print, you readers still have the right to learn about the latest in BoCo's cuisine scene.

East County craft breweries step up after the Marshall Fire | In The Cups

Within days of last month’s Marshall fire, help was everywhere. East County beer makers, including those extremely close to the fire line, quickly stepped up.

Off Menu with… Brian Pierce | Gemini

We get to know Brian Pierce, executive chef and part owner at the newly opened Gemini, and talk about his culinary career.

Off Menu with… Jodi Mowery | Landline Doughnuts

Local donut baker Jodi Mowery is bringing mashed potato-based donuts in her new bricks-and-mortar venture Landline Donuts.

Healthy Eating Front Range Style: Nutritious options for eating out or at home | Foodie

The new year is a chance to make a fresh start in being healthy. Luckily, in our area, here are ideas for five restaurant items and two grocers in our area that can support your efforts.

Month in Review

Month in Review | Dec. 2021 – Jan. 2022

A comprehensive review of some of the main events north of the 104th, Boulder County, and the surrounding area all within the past month.

Notables

Jonathan Singer: A Spiderweb of Justice | The ACTIONISTS Series

Jonathan Singer is a former State Rep. who has built a career and legacy by spinning the webs of justice, protecting the undefended.
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