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SunLit interview: Josh Hillis introduced psychology into a plan for healthy eating “in real life”

Josh Hillis is the author of two books. His latest book, “Lean and Strong: Eating Skills, Psychology, and Workouts,” won the silver medal in the Benjamin Franklin Book Awards for psychology. He currently attends MSU Denver and is doing his thesis on contextual behavioral science and emotional eating. Josh won the psychology department’s “promising teacher […]

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Many Colorado restaurants have closed. The ones still open aren’t sure how long they can weather coronavirus.

On normal summer nights, the lines are out the door at Beau Jo’s in Idaho Springs. The original location of the Colorado mountain pizza chain just doesn’t have enough seating in its scattered dining rooms for more than 600 people. With the coronavirus pandemic, there are no more normal summer nights. But there’s still a […]

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Tables far apart, servers in masks and gloves, single-use menus: What Colorado restaurants will look like when they reopen

Colorado released draft guidelines on Tuesday for restaurants that want to reopen to in-person dining as soon as the coming weeks, revealing major changes the coronavirus has made to the way people are used to dining out. The bottom line: Restaurant goers should not expect dining to be normal, and it will likely be difficult […]