Terry Garrett is blind. So what? He still does CrossFit. (Denver Box Life)
Seeking Refuge – the refugee crisis as witnessed in Lesvos, Greece (Taylor University)
5280: Denver’s Mile High Magazine
One Year Review: Is Colorado’s Equal Pay for Equal Work Act Working?
A New Grocery Store Aims to Address Food Access Issues in Sun Valley
Is Meow Wolf Denver Socially Responsible? It May Be Too Soon to Tell
Eric Roza Is Ushering a Healthier Era of CrossFit
Why It Won’t Be Easy for Us All to Feel Connected Again as the Pandemic Winds Down
Will Support for Black-Owned Business Continue in 2021?
Colorado Lawyers Offer Free Services to Small Businesses Hurt by the Pandemic
Meet Adri Norris, One of the Artists Behind Denver’s Black Lives Matter Street Mural
You’ll Now Need a Hunting or Fishing License to Access State Wildlife Areas
How Denver’s Public Transportation Projects Do (and Don’t) Get Funded
What You Need to Know About Denver’s Urban Camping Ban
Exhibit Highlights Colorado’s Legacy of Women’s Suffrage
What Is Ozone, and Why Are Colorado’s Levels So Bad?
Sarah Thomas Beat Cancer. Then She Secured Another Open-Water Swimming Record.
3 Colorado Women Are Competing at Strongman Nationals
What Would Landmark Designation Mean for Tom’s Diner?
How a Colorado Couple Quit Booze and Found New Highs in the Mountains
Colorado’s Jewish Healthcare Workers Get the Spotlight in This New Exhibit
MCA’s New Director Continues the Tradition of Telling Untold Stories
Explore the Science Behind Extreme Sports at This New Exhibit
Escuela de Guadalupe Celebrates 20 Years of Biliterate Education
4 Organizations Taking Care of Trails This Summer
Mental Health Experts Are Coming to Denver for a New Summit
5 New Local Gyms to Level-Up Your Fitness
We Tried It: Assisted Stretching at StretchLab in Cherry Creek
Black Cube’s Latest Public Art Series Raises Questions About Monuments
Is Labor Trafficking Being Overlooked in Colorado?
Denver’s Urban Canopy Is Getting An Upgrade
One Donor’s Generosity Is Sending Kids from the Tennyson Center to Elitch’s
The First-Ever Mile High Games Is More Than a CrossFit Competition
This Little Boy Will Become a Garbage Man for a Day Thanks to Make-A-Wish Colorado
Tough Mudder Bootcamp Opens First Denver Location in City Park
How the Five Points Jazz Festival Is Going Green
Mosque Explores the Muslim Experience in Post-9/11 America
Horseshoe Market Opens for Its 10th Season at Broncos Stadium
This One-Night-Only Music and Art Events Invites the Audience to Reflect
At Denver’s 701 Gallery, Creativity Comes Alive
Short Story Collection Paints Intimate Portraits of Life in Colorado
Can the Arts Help Critical-Care Health Professionals Cope?
Historical Exhibit Highlights How Women Have Changed the Workplace
Where’s All the Public Artwork Honoring Colorado Women?
Studio Chat with Photographer and Collage Artist Susan Goldstein
10 Must-See Exhibits During the Month of Photography 2019
Beyond Five Points Bus Tour Shows Off Local African American History
Nonprofit Provides Remembrance Photography to Parents Facing Infant Loss
Help Colorado’s National Parks Bounce Back From the Shutdown
New Center in Englewood Helps Patients Deal with Dementia Diagnosis
Rumble in the Rockies Throws Punches at Cancer
Colorado Search and Rescue Teams Are Finally Starting to Use Drones
WE USA (highlight)
Denver Box Life
Immobilized. A disease stole her ability to move. Kyndall stole it back.
Terry Garrett is blind. So what? He still does CrossFit.
How BackCountry CrossFit ended up going to the 2018 CrossFit Games
Logan Ewing’s first Games appearance is his last in the teen division
Vinny Casey went west: 4-time Atlantic Regional qualifier is on his way to the South Regional for the first time
Steve’s Club Denver brings CrossFit (and more) to at-risk youth
The MBS Turkey Challenge brings competition to the tarmac
Denver’s homegrown team heads to the CrossFit Games for the second year in a row
Taylor University (various publications, selected pieces)
Seeking Refuge (the refugee crisis as witnessed in Lesvos, Greece)
Conscience, Fallacies and Ethics Bowl (profile of a nationally-ranked ethics bowl team with no shortage of personality)
The Genetics of Research (genetics research at Mayo Clinic)
Sky’s No Limit (engineering students send their work beyond the atmosphere)
Throwdown with Hayes and Renfrow (an inertial ergometer for exercise science research, and other projects)
Pieced together: Products of Nate Katz’s obsessions
ISPJ Feature Writing Honorable Mention, Best Echo Feature Article 2012-13: Gloves on, fists up.