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Third Wheeling By Accident

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As some on TripAdvisor have called it, I’d just entered the ‘Mad Place,’ or Sai Yeung Choi Street, a pedestrian shopping street in Mongkok. I stumbled upon the street by accident. And... Read more

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  • Denver

    A mile above sea level, Colorado’s state capital rises from the Western plains, its looming office buildings, titanium-pointed art museum, and downtown baseball stadium conspiring to form the skyline of a major metropolis. Just 71 miles west along a vertigo-inducing highway, of course, is quite the contrast: the wildflowers, waterfalls, and soaring craggy peaks of the Rocky Mountains. But don’t think…   Read more

     

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    • A Peak Eating Experience

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      Beaver Creek Resort Avon, CO

      After an exhausting two-day drive from Charlotte, NC, Erica and I arrived in Beaver Creek. We met with my daughter Jaimie, who lives in this mountain paradise. Dinner was to be at the Grouse M…    Read more

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  • Q&A: Shane Milberger, chile grower and processor, Pueblo, CO

    “I like to irrigate and cultivate. I like to farm. It’s like painting a picture: With a swipe of a brush you change the whole picture.” –Shane Milberger, owner of Milberger Farms, a chile pepper and vegetable farm with a…   Read more

  • Origins: Pueblo chile

    It’s hard to find a restaurant in Pueblo, Colorado, that doesn’t serve green chiles. This is prime pepper country, a smaller—and, some would argue, tastier—alternative to Hatch, New Mexico. In autumn, at harvest time,…   Read more

 



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