In 2013, Livability ranked Boulder highly on its list of most livable U.S. cities. How did the community score a year later? Pretty damn well, as you'll see when you count down the photo-illustrated 2014 version, complete with Livability blurbs and the methodology used to come up with the order. To ... More >>
Rained out of its original outdoor venue and date last month, Cherry Creek North's Celebrate Fashion is finally on for tonight -- indoors -- at the JW Marriott in Cherry Creek. The show will feature fourteen boutiques, each presenting fall adult and children's collections available in Cherry Creek N ... More >>
If Boulder was a person rather than a place, he or she would be getting a swelled head about now. Livability.com has just put together its list of the most livable U.S. cities, and Boulder is near the top. What a shock! How close? Count down the top ten below, complete with photos, plus text and ... More >>
Back in 2010, we told the quirky tale of Leah Campbell, who blogs under the name Single Infertile Female. Her concept? Asking the online community which sperm donor she should choose. Unfortunately, this novel effort didn't result in Campbell getting pregnant. But her journey ended in a happy plac ... More >>
There has been some discussion about whether Type 2 diabetes is curable. (There's no such discussion with Type 1, which afflicts the street artist featured in this week's cover story.) The common belief, supported by the American Diabetes Association and the Mayo Clinic, is that there is no c ... More >>
Brian Bradley's artwork reflects his struggles with diabetes and the health-care system
Leah, aka Single Infertile Female, is getting a lot of advice."I can't even begin to tell you how weird it is to be shopping for sperm," says Leah, who blogs under the moniker Single Infertile Female. "It's not one of those things you ever think you'll be doing -- judging men online by their ... More >>
What St. Mary's Hospital in Grand Junction will look like after completing its "Century Project." In a report about efforts to control healthcare costs broadcast on National Public Radio this morning, Len Nichols, of the New America Foundation, an organization lobbying for reform in a wide array of ... More >>
The move to Fitzsimons was supposed to send CU's Health Sciences Center sailing into the 21st century. So why are so many doctors jumping ship?
Jim Gronen steers clear of his boyhood Derby scandal.
Colorado has become one of the country's hubs for teaching, and learning, how to feel bad.
An estranged father and son find something in common: their kidneys.
When a doctor makes a rare but horrible mistake, who should bear the scars?