Policy and Politics | by Megan Graham
Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., has a great set of eyebrows he deploys effectively to punctuate his point. They can add levity. They can scold. They can empathize. They can connote the seriousness of a topic. While his bid for re-election has been relatively devoid of levity – particularly since Rep. Cory Gardner,... ...read more
These fledgling days of legal marijuana in Colorado have the whole country atwitter. The interest ranges from novelty to policy, with no small helping of money in the mix – that which can be made by retailers and the state alike, and how then to handle it.
Rarely does a day go by that news coverage... ...read more
Populated by a high school boy and a pair of middle school girls, all with distinctly different learning styles, interests and personalities, my house is a veritable research lab on educational efficacy for the pre- and full-blown adolescent. It is far from the only shop in town churning out such data, of course, but... ...read more
If you ever need to borrow a strawberry stemmer, instant popsicle maker or human-shaped spatula, I’ve got them and about 50 other high-grade kitchen gadgets. This is not because of a strange fetish, but one of many fortunate by-products owed to one of my longest and dearest friendships.
The source of... ...read more