Bikers & Babes

September in Colorado might still feel like summer, but here at Lifestyle, we've got fall on our minds: a fresh, new season for a chic, new you. For our Bikers & Babes shoot captured by the talented Noah Berg, we partnered with stylist Wendy Talmon and Rocky Mountain Harley-Davidson, a unique creative pair, who added edge to these timeless classics.…


I recently stumbled upon one of those cliche personality quizzes to see what “color” best describes your personality. I decided to put it to the test and see how accurate it was. The quiz went through a variety of basic questions such as:

Holes of Hope Scores Big for the Tebo Cancer Center

Supporters of the Tebo Cancer Center in Boulder enjoyed a great day of golf and camaraderie at host Lake Valley Golf Club. In its seven years, the Holes of Hope golf tournament has contributed just over $300,000 to this great local resource. For more information on Holes of Hope or the Tebo Cancer Center visit

Boulder Beer 37th Anniversary Celebration

Colorado's First Craft Brewery, Boulder Beer celebrates their 37th anniversary!

Jennifer Egbert Client Appreciation

Jennifer Egbert hosts her Client Appreciation Party at Arcana. Photography by Lisa Doane Photography.

Arugula Beer Dinner

In late spring, Arugula hosted local food media and community influencers to debut its latest culinary offerings and new, modern dining room design. Guests enjoyed a delicious four-course meal paired with unique wines and creative signature cocktails by Chef/Proprietor Alec Schuler. Photography by Justin Copious Joffe.

Avery Brewing Company’s 23rd Anniversary

Avery Brewing celebrates its 23rd anniversary with live music from North Mississippi All Stars, 
Wood & Wire and The Hop Pickers. Photography by The Brewtography Project.

Around Town

Don’t miss the premiere of the 12th annual Adventure Film Festival at the Boulder Theater. Presented by Fjällräven and Intrepid Travel, Boulder’s own homegrown celebration will showcase the year’s most insightful and groundbreaking independent films from outdoor exploration to environmental heroism. Raw, gritty, committed — experience the earnest devotion to the pursuit of truth, on the edge of the believable,…


Rustic Refined Art Director, Sara Minor

Stay Golden

Natalie and Allie Toth have a vision — making vintage more accessible, approachable and as green as possible. Originally from Arizona, the sister duo recently reunited in Colorado and brought their originally online-based business, Old Gold, on the road. For two years, they have been hunting for quality vintage and selling it on Instagram and Etsy. But, after finding a…

Boulder’s Best Brews

Would taste best with: A light meat dish like a steak salad would pair splendidly with this full-flavored, lower alcohol brew.

It’s All Natural, Baby

Meet Sarah and JP, co-founders of Chasing Windmills, a Denver-based company that makes children’s clothing and nursery bedding from merino wool — a lightweight, quick-drying, odor resistant and impossibly soft fabric. Sarah and JP first met in their freshman dorm, just a few days into their undergraduate years at Bowdoin College in Maine. Their journey then took them to Washington…

Preservation Instinct

My garden is official going wild. From now until October it will be a part-time project to upkeep, harvest, cook and preserve all the goodies that our harvest is giving us. First up in our garden preserving process are PICKLES. The cucumber vines are going off, and I couldn’t be happier. This is my third year growing cucumbers and, finally,…

Soul Searching

Being proficient at the practice of yoga is not just about being able to master the downward dog pose. Yes, yoga is popular amongst athletes as a recovery day, as well as with Boulderites looking for an hour of calm, but it also serves higher purposes. Yoga, at its core, is a multifaceted practice and all-encompassing lifestyle with goals much…

Indi-go Wild

Indigo Shibori is our newest obsession this season. The pattern making technique first arose from Japan and Africa centuries ago, and uses wood blocks and intricate folds, clamps and binds to create a resist patterns in the fabric.

Fall Out of Line

This year's fall fashion trends are all about the resurgence of the 1960s and 1970s- Boulder's heyday! And we're not talking your grandma's ancient corduroy pants here (but you might want to go looking for her poncho). WILLOW on Canyon Blvd has been busy taking on these vintage trends and pairing them in a modern way. This season is the…

A History Lesson

An elegant structure with a storied past, the Hotel Boulderado is a testament to Boulder’s culture and resiliency. From renovations to hauntings to famous visitors and guests, the Hotel Boulderado stoically weathered the economic ups and downs of the 20th century and continues to thrive as a luxurious destination and integral piece of Boulder’s identity.

Green Living

The Boulder Green Home Tour highlights some of the most innovative green building projects in Boulder and helps promote the collaborative exchange of ideas on green building in our community. “We are also partnering with Flatirons Habitat for Humanity and donating 10 percent of our proceeds to their local projects,” says Ambra Sutherlin, a board member of the Colorado Green…

Performers on Pearl

When first entering Historic Downtown Boulder, you're greeted by planters brimming with fresh flowers, and visitors are invited to follow the red brick road. Is it somewhere magical like Oz? Not quite that magical, but it’s still one of the most active places around town. Pearl Street Mall, dedicated August 6, 1977, has been the hub in Boulder since the…

Joe’s 2016 Design Picks

"This year we are loving crisp white spaces warmed by gleaming accents of brass and copper balanced against cool contrasts of indigo, ink brushwork and black burnt wood. In this collection, many elements hail from Japan. The look is natural, artistic and modern with a touch of high style and the relaxed spirit of Zen.” - Joe McGuire