St Julien Completes Property-Wide Refresh

St Julien Hotel & Spa recently completed a property-wide refresh, and guests enjoyed an unveiling reception on November 10, where hors d'oeuvres and cocktails from T-Zero Lounge’s new happy hour menu were served in the relaxed yet sophisticated hotel lobby. Photography by B Public Relations.


Hosted by LIV Sotheby’s International Realty, LIV CONNECT 2016, brought together over 500 influential leaders and broker professionals within the Sotheby’s International Realty network to collaborate with brokers in regional feeder markets, to embrace the SIR culture, and to commit to the powerful SIR brand.

Social Venture Partners “Invisible Boulder” Storytelling Event

In partnership with creative studio One Thousand Design, SVP hosted this multi-media exploration of those living on the margins of Boulder County. The event brought focus to our community’s often forgotten citizens and the essential nonprofits that work to serve them. Photography by Meg Reul.

Food & 

There is something so special about gathering together over a meal. With a ridiculous amount of restaurants and cafés per capita, breaking bread together in Boulder County is a ceremonious act.

Walters & Hogsett Holiday Party

This year, Walters & Hogsett Fine Jewelers kicked off the holiday season with a customer party featuring two of their best designers, Marco Bicego and John Hardy. It was a festive atmosphere, crowded store and a whole lot of fun! Photography by Jonathan Phillips.

Yonder Mountain String Band at eTown

Boulder favorites, YMSB, recently played an intimate "single mic" performance at eTown Hall. The event raised money for Future Arts Foundation, which provides instruments and art supplies to public schools. Photography by Doug Fondriest.

Eleanor’s 4th Annual Fashion Show and Holiday Party

Eleanor’s 4th annual Holiday Party where our customers got to enjoy each other, fashion, food and wine. Giveaways from local business kept the excitement high, while some of our favorite customers modeled our latest styles from our best brands. Photography by Poppies & Paisley.

2nd Annual Fall Fiesta at T/aco

Brian Manning of Mortgage Master invited past clients, friends, and business partners to thank them and celebrate another year at the 2nd Annual Fall Fiesta. Raising nearly $1,500 and 153 pounds of food for Community Food Share, which will provide over 5,661 meals to Boulder County residents. Photography by Ryan Lawrence.

PassageWorks Institute Holiday Gathering

Faculty and staff celebrated with generous donors and passionate supporters who helped make 2016 a very successful year. Guests participated in a lively exercise that is part of our work with K-12 educators. Students, Eli Sura and Ami Diatta, talked about their experiences with the PassageWorks curriculum. Photography by Brett Adamek.

Attention Homes Annual Sleep Out

On November 10th, 134 community members gathered for the 5th annual Sleep Out event. Despite cold temperatures, participants committed to sleeping outside in downtown Boulder with only a sleeping bag and piece of cardboard raising over $120,000 to support life-changing resources for youth in crisis. Photography by Alice Messinger & Guthrie Theodore.

Well Launch Party

The co-founders of The Dragontree, Briana Borten and Dr. Peter Borten, celebrated the launch of their book The Well Life, a revelation of the three simple elements for creating a balanced, peaceful, and exceptional life. This inspiring evening was dedicated to supporting our community. Photography by Maurika Moore.

There With Care’s Annual Gingerbread Tea

The St Julien Hotel & Spa hosted their annual Gingerbread Tea every Sunday from Nov. 27th through Dec. 18th to benefit There With Care. Kids decorated gingerbread men with their complimentary chef’s hat and apron, and got photos with the life-size “gingy.”

The Butcher & the Chef

Many people walk into to a butcher shop or grocery store prepared to purchase only one or two cuts of meat. Often it is based on what they grew up with, and what was used in family recipes. Little do they know, there are so many muscles that can be a substitute within the same cooking method, and are just…

Use Your Noodle

Noodles - the glorious comfort food that reminds so many cultures of home. Noodles have become the staple food worldwide (from Rome to Bejing) for centuries. The oldest evidence of man enjoying a good ole noodle dish dates back to nearly 4,000 years ago! We can thank Asian origins for the creation of the noodle, which in 2017, is consumed…


Bone broth—a type of stock that’s been kicked up a nutrient notch, a.k.a. super stock—sipped like a warm beverage (such as coffee or tea), is a hot, trending topic among wellness enthusiasts. What once started as a budding Paleo movement has spread to butchers, restaurants, and prepared food sections of grocery stores, and is bubbling up across Boulder.

Natural Beauty

This time of year is a recipe for dry skin. Whether it's the dry climate or winter weather, skin could use a little buff. To combat annoying dry skin, or just to show yourself a little love, here are four do-it-yourself face and body scrubs with ingredients you might already have in your kitchen. Many foods we enjoy every day have…

Off-Season is here!

Another golf season in the bags. Most players see this as the time to hang up their clubs and pull out the skis. This is a common thought process for us weekend golfers but, with leadership from the Titleist Performance Institute, RallySport has developed a performance golf off-season training program.

January 2017 Around Town

A distinguished member of Preferred Hotels and Resorts LVX Collection, a AAA Four-Diamond Property and a Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Hotel, St. Julien Hotel & Spa recently completed a property-wide refresh. The hotel, a Boulder staple, continues to offer guests its combination of world-class accommodations and service, melded with Boulder’s relaxed yet sophisticated style of hospitality.


I think it’s safe to say that cheese is a mystery to most people. Where does it come from? How is it made? What are these ‘cultures’ people speak of? Bread can be equally puzzling – how on earth do the heavy ingredients of flour, salt, yeast, and water come together to make something so light and airy? Food, if…


Food-Inspired Home Decor

Contemporary Neutral

Entertaining a large gathering of friends. Hosting dinner and drinks. Cooking for the family and enjoying a quiet night at home. Working on the computer with a cup of coffee in hand. These are a few of the needs addressed and enhanced by the lower level and main floor kitchen remodels in this White Hawk Ranch home east of Boulder.…

Oyster Profiling

If you're a coastal transplant loving the Rocky Mountains but missing some fresh seafood, we have some good news for you. Although this may sound counterintuitive, osyters are best when they are shipped directly from the growers through overnight or second day delivery. That's actually the ideal way to get super-fresh, high-quality oysters, which makes these molluscs one of the tasiest ways…

Wholly Healthy, Wholly Fulfilled

According to Briana Borten and Dr. Peter Borten, leading a balanced, fulfilling life is not about quick fixes or life hacks. Owners of The Dragontree in Boulder and co-authors of their new book, The Well Life, the Bortens, whose backgrounds include massage therapy, herbal medicine, acupuncture, Ayurveda, psychology, and more, strive to educate readers on how to fill their life…

Cooking up Community

It was one of those nights: snowy and cold (the weather); tired and hungry (my husband and I). The babysitter canceled, but we were still desperate to get out of the house and let someone else cook and do the dishes. With two young (read: rowdy) kids, there aren’t a whole lot of choices of where we can drop in…

The Somm’s Locker

Brett Zimmerman, Master Sommelier and owner of Boulder Wine Merchant, says, “I’m often asked ‘What are you drinking?’ or ‘What are you putting away in the cellar?’” The wines Zimmerman generally requests for his store are typically more than it can afford for its general stock. In order to solve this problem and procure more specialty, high-end bottles, Zimmerman curated…


"I love food blogging because it allows me to do what I love day in and day out, which is to develop creative recipes and photograph them. I am constantly inspired by the people around me and the changing seasons. My favorite thing to do is create seasonally inspired recipes with a fun twist!"


Who | Jenni Hlawatsch, What | Owner of The Singing Cook, Where | 728 Main Street, Louisville,