Mona Awad's debut novel "13 Ways of Looking At A Fat Girl" focuses on the delicate issue of women and weight.
Website Matches Teachers With Second Jobs, Denver Neighborhood Hopes Clean-Up Improves Health, 'Water Knife' Depicts Water-Starved West
Website ByaTeacher.com matches teachers seeking second jobs with employers who need help. Then, residents of Denver's Westwood neighborhood are part of a national movement to improve outdoor amenities such as parks and paths to encourage people to get outside. And, sci-fi thriller "Water Knife," by Colorado author Paolo Bacigalupi, takes readers to a water-starved West.
As a kid, Denver professor Rosemarie Allen was suspended dozens of times from school. She now specializes in preschool discipline and the biases that play into how kids are punished. And, a scientist studies more than 100 years of mountain guidebooks to determine that climate change is increasing danger for climbers. Then, a new book shares stories about those who helped build the Centennial state.
Israel, which has an arid climate covering much of the country, has avoided a water crisis. A look what Colorado can learn from Israel -- and what it might cost. Then, the Federal Balancing Act tool gives you a hands-on experience with the federal budget and challenges you to balance it. And, Lakewood author Tom Lamarr writes about trying to have a child later in life in a memoir called “Geezer Dad.”
In a new Feed Zone cookbook, Biju Thomas and his coauthor encourage athletes to eat meals together
The medical system looks at patients as "parts and money," not people, writes a Denver Health physician
The wife of noted Civil Rights leader and scholar Vincent Harding died more than a decade ago. Her daughter finished the memoir.
Inspired by the popular blog, "Humans of New York," a Fort Collins man walked The Colorado Trail and documented the stories of those he met.
Little ski hills, often with just one rope tow, dotted Colorado's central and southern mountains in the 1900s. Today, nearly all are closed.
In his new "manifesto," the former U.S. senator from Colorado writes that special interests are eclipsing the national interest.