Significant Others: True Blue Pueblo Love Stories

Love can be unintentionally hilarious, as when PULP writer Daneya Esgar and her partner were effectively “outed” statewide by an unexpected captioned picture on the front page of The Denver Post, or magical as when Pueblo natives Kris Stacks and Tiffany Roybal were married in a hot air balloon floating over Pagosa Springs.

This February, PULP is highlighting a handful of true-blue Pueblo love stories; stories that focus not on careers, families, or children, but on the foundational love each couple has built for each other in our fair city.

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