Hope in Health: Battling the Holiday Blues

"'Tis the season to be jolly, fa-la-la-la-la la-la-la f***."  As spirited and comforting as the holidays can be for some, for others (let's be honest, for many), the holiday season can trigger and exacerbate fe...

Big City Lights: The DaVita Building

"One for All, All for One," she whispered under her breath as silent tears welled in the corner of her eyes. He had been away on deployment for too long; but then, even just one day overseas seems like too long...

Letter from the Editor: Orange and Blue

It took fifty-five seconds to brew a cup of Starbucks coffee this morning. The elevator ride from the concourse of the Republic Plaza to the top floor lasted forty-seven seconds (it took four attempts and a f...

Take it Outside: Cappucino and Ciclisimo

Cycling is hard; the faint of heart beware. Certainly I have belabored this point in my previous articles on the matter – detailing Kennedy Donnelly’s triumphant, but trying ride across America. Or, perhaps y...

Sports That Inspire: Venus de Miles

Photos provided courtesy of 303 Magazine Health and Sports photographer Demetrius Austin. She gazes in the distance as picturesque rolling plains seem to spread for miles, interrupted only by Rocky Mountain ...

Sports That Inspire: The Global Value

“Sports are stupid. If the world cared half as much about ending world hunger and saving the environment as it does about the Euro Cup or the Super Bowl, children wouldn’t be starving and our ozone wouldn’t b...