Grapes & Grass Festival

What could be more Boulder than a wine and bluegrass festival in the heart of town? Over 800 guests turned out to the Historic Highland City Club for wine tasting and world-class bluegrass music, for what is sure to be an annual event. Photography by Kelsey Huffer.

Grapes & Grass Kickoff Party

The first annual Grapes & Grass (Wine + Bluegrass) festival, kicked off with an all-inclusive dinner, wine, and concert event on August 25th at the Historic Highland City Club. Wine programming for the evening orchestrated by Master Sommelier, Brett Zimmerman and the Boulder Wine Merchant staff. Photography by Kelsey Huffer.

Flavor of the Month

I’m just going to go out on a limb here and admit that I’m one of those people who loves a good PSL (Pumpkin Spice Latte for the critics who don’t know). It’s more than just a marketing scheme created by Starbucks - I think. Here me out.

Sanitas Brewing Taco Fest

The Sanitas Taco Fest was the place to be on August 5th in Boulder, CO! Featuring live Lucha Libre wrestling, 40+ gourmet taco options, live bands, huge pinatas and 20+ exclusive Sanitas beers – the Taco Fest was action packed and AWESOME. 
Photography by AMA Photography.

Open House at Jim Packer’s

Photography by Lisa Doane.

LIV Sotheby’s Broker Open

LIV Sotheby’s Host Broker Open at 7321 Flagstaff Road. Area Brokers tour Jeff Erickson’s new listing. Photography by Lisa Doane.

The Post Townie Fest

The Post Brewing Company toasted its hometown of Lafayette, CO, at the second annual Townie Fest. Guests enjoyed ice cold beers, tasty treats, live tunes and carnival games like dunk the brewer and chicken toss. All proceeds directly benefitted the Lafayette Professional Fire Fighters and their Fill the Boot Campaign.

October 2017 Around Town

Fall is a time of harvest bounty for many, and yet too many children in Boulder, Denver and across the nation continue to go to bed hungry each night. National hunger relief and youth empowerment organization Conscious Alliance will team up with Blackbelly to host the 4th Annual Art That Feeds Harvest Celebration at eTown Hall on October 5th to…

Healing Waters

Visiting Colorado’s hot springs resorts has always been a source of fun between my family and friends. It’s a place to play, a place to celebrate and a place to mingle; but for centuries, people have flocked to natural hot springs for something more than just a fancy vacation activity—to bathe in its healing waters. I wanted to test this…

How to Pack a Bowl

You may notice more Poke (it’s pronounced POH-keh) restaurants popping up than build-your-own-burrito bars. It’s basically the food trend of 2017 and the next gen of sushi. Here’s why we’re on board with this traditional Hawaiian dish: first and foremost, it’s healthy. These bowls are full of good fats sourcing Omega-3 from the fatty fish, avocados and nori. Omega-3 helps…

home on the range

Nestled outside of Nederland, Colorado is Caribou Ranch, the former site of the famous Caribou Ranch recording studio. Dreamt up by James (Jim) Guercio, the studio offered both a spiritual retreat and an ideal production space for a wide range of musicians, including Elton John, John Lennon, Stevie Wonder and Amy Grant. Guercio finished building in 1972, and the studio…


From a very early age, my life began to be structured by technology. When the TV announced “Live! From Studio 1A in Rockefeller Plaza!” I knew I was in trouble. The Today Show meant it was 7 o’clock and I’d better run as fast as I can if I was going to catch the school bus. Nowadays, that framework seems…

Ready, Set, Go!

For beginners, a 5k (3.1 miles) or a 10k (6.2 miles) is normally the first thing you decide to tackle. But that doesn’t mean the race is any easier. Paxton Smith, a sophomore University of Colorado runner, says taking care of yourself before a run is crucial to seeing good performance. Smith says getting a good night’s sleep, eating a…

Om at Home

With school back in session, you may be searching for simple ways to slow down and reconnect with your child in-between the homework, PTO meetings, soccer games and the fast-paced frenzy of life with little ones. If you are longing for a slower pace, as well as looking for ways to help your kids pause from the craziness of life,…

An ICONic Impact

For the past eight years, Trudi Horowitz and Susan Knickle have been working to eradicate the term “starving artist” from Boulder’s lexicon. With roots deeply embedded in Boulder’s art scene for over four decades, the women are using their own expertise to help local artists hone their craft and make a smooth transition from learning to succeeding.

LAGERS: More Than Just Light Beer

The beginnings of Wibby Brewing were ignited with a conversation at High Sierra Music Festival in 2013 between college friends and now co-founders Ryan Wibby and Ted Risk. At the time of the festival, Wibby had been brewing professionally for nearly to fifteen years and had spent time in Berlin, Germany studying with some of the best lager brewers. Risk…

In the Know: The Boulder Burgundy Festival

Now in its seventh year, the Boulder Burgundy Festival brings a taste of the exquisite-and limited-wine of the Burgundy region to Boulder. In an effort to allow enthusiasts the chance to experience Burgundy wine without the daunting price tag it usually abides, Sommelier Brett Zimmerman created an event that allows people from every corner of the wine-loving world to learn…

Look Dino-Mite This Halloween

It can be hard to think of creative kids costumes every Halloween (and even harder to create a costume if you aren't a seamstress). Lucky for us, Fabricate has shared step-by-step instructions for a costume DIY that you can actually do yourself. Pick different fabrics to reflect your kids personality (we went with polka dots) or go for traditional dinosaur…

early detection

Breast cancer today is just as prevalent, if not more so than it’s ever been. According to the American Cancer Society, over 250,000 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be or have already been diagnosed in women in 2017. The good news, however, is that there are over three million breast cancer survivors in the United States alone. With…


Tieghan Gerard, the blogger behind Half Baked Harvest and author of Half Baked Harvest Cookbook that just came out this fall. Her blog and cookbook both feature a little sweet, savory, healthy and indulgent recipes from her barn in the mountains of Silverthorne, Colorado. We asked the food photographer/stylist/recipe developer about her favorite things, in and out of the kitchen.