Spring has arrived, bringing exciting changes to NOCO Style with new staff and new workspaces. I’d like to introduce you all to our new editorial team. Editor Beth Morin Holland and consulting editor Larry Borowsky offer a combined 50 years of experience in Colorado media. They’re charged with bringing new voices and new stories into NOCO Style’s pages. We pride ourselves on original, NOCO-specific content that reflects values, voices and people that are essential to NOCO’s identity.
Beth holds a master’s in magazine journalism from Northwestern University and an MBA in sustainable business. She has spent more than 20 years in Colorado media, most recently as an editor for the Durango Herald. She lives in Fort Collins.
Larry has worked in Colorado media since 1990. He has contributed to 5280 Magazine, Aspen Magazine, Westword and The Denver Post, as well as to national publications such as Sunset, Slate, and the Wall Street Journal. He lives in Denver.
Beth and Larry would love to hear from you and welcome your article suggestions and comments at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to our staff changes, we have relocated the headquarters of NOCO Style to desk chair workspace, 201 E. 4th St. in Loveland. Since Loveland is centrally located in the Northern Colorado area, the new office keeps us close to our Fort Collins roots and allows us to grow new relationships. The move will help us bring you increased coverage of the broader region, in addition to the latest from Fort Collins. If you haven’t visited desk chair yet, schedule a tour of the refurbished 90-year-old First National Bank Building downtown. We’ll be holding evening socials on the rooftop patio as the days get warmer.
Colorado enters spring with 143 percent of average snowpack, with a long growing season ahead for NOCO Style and for the NOCO region as a whole.