Rosetta Hall just brought eight new restaurants in one to Boulder

Boulder diners and tourists are in for a rare treat: The city just got eight new restaurants, most of them first-time concepts by up-and-coming chefs. It’s a dining opportunity that almost never happens anymore, especially in a city with such expensive real estate. But Rosetta Hall is providing the structure and startup support for these new businesses. As Boulder’s first food hall, it sets the bar high for other, similar models that will surely follow. Inside the vaulted space at Walnut and 11th streets, eight restaurant stalls line the walls and span the globe from China to France to Gambia. Their chef-owners come from far and wide, too, but all have ties, in some form, to Colorado. “A food hall by nature isn’t really a sexy place,” said Tiffany Mitchum, a Boulder-based artist and former chef who created Rosetta Hall along with her husband, Doug Greene, and his son, Donovan. (Doug owns the Boulder and Fox theaters with Ron Levin and Don Strasburg of Z2 Entertainment. Together, they’re all owners of this new venture.) Mitchum designed Rosetta’s space with that music connection in mind, to transition from day to night and to hopefully bring some more diversity to Boulder’s food scene, she said.


Drip painting entails actively splashing myriad colors on canvas.

Popularized by Jackson Pollock, Janet Sobel, Max Ernst, and other 20th century luminaries, the artform itself relies on action and motion. In a similar fashion, energetic splashes of funk, alternative, rock, R&B, and psychedelia color the music of Turkuaz. Balancing male-female harmonies, strutting guitars, wild horn arrangements, and interminable grooves, this spirit takes shape in the color donned by each respective member on stage nightly via larger-than-life performances.

The Brooklyn-based nonet—Dave Brandwein [guitar, vocals], Taylor Shell [bass], Craig Brodhead [guitar, keys], Michelangelo Carubba [drums], Chris Brouwers [trumpet, keys], Greg Sanderson [tenor sax], Josh Schwartz [baritone sax, vocals], Sammi Garett [vocals], and Shira Elias [vocals]—ignite an explosion of energy punctuated by neon hues, deft musicality, and show-stopping singalongs on their fifth full-length album, Life In The City.

Clearwater Lofts at Keystone promises year-round fun

World-class condominiums are coming to Keystone. The development, which is being built by Clearwater Lofts, LLC, is set on 8.5 acres bordering the Snake River Wetlands and will be comprised of three buildings containing a total of 65 residential units. Starting at $399,000, the condominiums will offer one, two, three, and four-bedroom units, each with two parking spaces, one in the heated garage and one surface uncovered space. Within the heated garage, each unit will also have a large secure storage room where skis, bikes, kayaks, or even a motorcycle can be stored. 

Living in these brand-new condominiums will also come with perks that can be enjoyed all year, such as two hot tub areas that include outdoor patios, and a membership to the East Lake indoor pool and hot tub facility and a stop on the Keystone Resort shuttle route. 

The Clearwater Lofts condominiums are targeted for completion by December of 2020. For more information, please contact Don and Kay Thomas by calling 970.409.9133.

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Clearwater Lofts at Keystone, which are estimated to be completed in December of 2020, are listed by LIV Sotheby’s International Realty brokers, Don and Kay Thomas.

Boulder Wellness Company, Ned releases Natural Remedy for Your Cycle

Boulder based natural remedies company, Ned has released its latest lineup of products, the Natural Cycle Collection. Addressing the needs of those who menstruate, the collection comes in response to several hundred inquiries the company received as to whether CBD can help with hormone balance and period discomfort. With an all-female team from farmer to formulator, Ned created a beautiful array of products that do just that providing a natural alternative to pharmaceuticals. You can find these products and other natural remedies all made in Boulder at