Sensi Magazine July 2019 - Denver/Boulder Digital Edition
Jul 01, 2019 03:06AM
● By Stephanie Wilson
SOME LIKE IT HOT
Myself included. In the theme of this issue is what’s hot. Because during the height of Colorado summers, it’s hot. If you’re like me, you’ll want to maximize the time you get to feel it. Don’t forget to drink lots of water and get some sunlight. After all, you’re basically a house plant with more complicated emotions.
I’m feeling some of those right now, as I’m writing this note on the first full day of summer. The camping trip my friends and I had planned this weekend was derailed by a forecast of 4 to 10 inches of snow in the mountains. Snow. That’s not hot. The announcement from Arapahoe Basin that skiing on the 4th of July is now a solid possibility, on the other hand, is pretty hot indeed. Colorado’s mixing it up this summer, keeping us on our toes, forcing a break from routine. That’s what summer is all about, so let’s keep rolling with it.
This issue also includes a feature by Sensi Boston’s managing editor, Dan McCarthy, who we sent down to Jamaica for the Tmrw.Tday Culture Festival this spring. He brings back some stories worth sharing, exploring the deep-rooted connection between cannabis, music, and life on the island. It’s meant to spark a bit of travel inspiration.
This summer, get out there and explore all the state has to offer. There’s not enough space in this issue to go into all of the incredible things happening around the state this month, but you can find more in-depth coverage online at SENSIMAG.COM. The site also includes articles and updates from all eight Sensi markets across the country, including Southern California, Emerald Triangle, Vegas, and Boston—with more on the way. That’s hotter than anything, in my book, but I’m biased. Go take a look and judge for yourself. Love to hear what you think.
In the meantime, get out there and enjoy the season for all it’s worth. Fall will be here before we know it.
Stephanie Wilson // EDITOR IN CHIEF // SENSI MAGAZINE
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