Gabe Fine is a fifth-generation Colorado native and a student at Colorado College. He’s written about everything from the environment to housing justice to the postal service as an editorial intern for Westword.
1 year ago | Colorado History
While the neighborhoods of Globeville and Swanson-Elyria appear more desirable than ever, many residents feel alienated and uncertain about their futures. The National Western Center has claimed many properties — including a second home owned by t...
1 year ago | Crowdfunding
What happens when parents can't pay outstanding debts on school lunch? Denver Public schools says, "Let them eat graham crackers and milk."
1 year ago | Travel
Craig Foldes, the founder of Dirt Road Travels, knows there are already plenty of city travel guides out there. But he thinks he can do better.
1 year ago | News
Peter Smith, a Democratic candidate for state Senate District 32, vowed this week to fight for something that no other candidates in the state senate race have on their platforms: long-term protection for residents effected by the infamous I-70 ex...
1 year ago | Environment
Vicky Foster and her crew––including around 20 llamas––have been hauling thousands of pounds of gear to the Hope Pass Aid Station every summer for thirty years in support of the Leadville Trail 100.
1 year ago | Marijuana
On July 27, the Committee voted to include a budget amendment that prevents the Department of Justice from using any federal money to prevent States from "implementing a law that authorizes the use, distribution, possession, or cultivation of medi...