Many would-be climbers get their information on social media where it’s easy to find selfie shots and GoPro video highlighting “epic” adventures.
It’s more than the music that inspires Hetman. Images of Waits started popping up in the visual artist’s work around 2013 or 2014.
“It’s great when one of those really hardcore mint addicts gets in touch and says, ‘I got a box full of these things.’”
“We have to be proactive,” said El Paso County Sheriff Bill Elder. “Otherwise we’re following the story; we’re letting somebody else write the narrative.”
For the Cloud Atlas Project, the goals is to connect people to nature — and to get you to take a minute and look skyward.
Matt Dallas and Blue Hamilton have over 260,000 subscribers on YouTube. They highlight their lives in Colorado through weekly Vlogs with their young son Crow.
Readers react to the deportation of Melecio Morales, a Denver-area father and undocumented immigrant.
The Offline October movement was started by students in suburban Denver after two of their peers took their own lives in the same week earlier this year.
A Colorado company trains emergency responders to deal with the onslaught of social media that accompanies disasters.
Park rangers have happened upon several instances of vandalism and graffiti.