Every morning, thousands turn to the precision snow reports crafted by Joel Gratz’s OpenSnow to find pockets of powder in Colorado’s chaotic mountains
After more than three decades’ experience in journalism, science writing, editing, book publishing, corporate communications and video production, William is happy to be freelancing once again about science, skiing or any good story.
How much snow will your favorite Colorado ski resort get? Here’s how to tell.
OpenSnow forecasters give some clues about when and why the big snow falls at Colorado ski areas
A lot of people ride e-scooters in Denver — and a new study shows a lot of them are getting seriously hurt
Touted as a last-mile solution to improve city public transit systems, at least 3 people a day show up at Denver Health’s emergency room with scooter-related injuries, new study shows
Opinion: The joy of COVID-19 vaccination on Valentine’s Day
We started off slowly, with just a trickle of people. I thought last Sunday’s brutal cold might keep turnout low. And there were a few early morning glitches as we worked out our routine. But by mid-day, Amy Schouten, the nurse giving the shots, and I, her “vaccine buddy,” had hit our stride. She was […]
Digging. Planting. Weeding: How gardening became meditation during coronavirus
The tomatoes are coming in… Most evenings after work and in the morning on weekends, I step gingerly around the tomato plants in the garden, push aside a branch or two and look for the telltale flash of red that signals a ripening tomato. Is it ready? Will it deliver the rich, savory flavor you […]