Despite its dry climate, the Rocky Mountain region is home to a variety of flowers, shrubs, and trees, many of which provide lush foliage year-round. Xeriscaping is a landscaping method that harnesses the resilience of these drought-tolerant plants. Relying on well-planned irrigation systems and natural rainfall, xeriscaped gardens use significantly less water than traditional gardens.
We love our gadgets, especially the latest and greatest. When it comes time to retire old electronics, trash is not an option. Not legally or conscionably. Many cell phone providers and charities will take used, working devices for a trade-in or tax-deductible donation. Old thumb drives, headphones will need to be dropped off.
Responsible e-recycling keeps toxic substances like lead, cadmium and
By Alec Siegel
Cultivating a home garden can be tricky. On the surface, growing plants in your yard sounds simple: mark off a plot, dig, seed, cover, water, watch and wait. Voila. But Colorado is no Garden of Eden. Its roller coaster temperatures and diverse range in elevations make for an environment where one-size-fits-all gardening is all but impossible. If you want to navigate Colorado’s
Special by Chris Calloway
Ian Anderson, known for his otherworldly flute playing in Jethro Tull, just released Jethro Tull — The String Quartets (BMG), featuring the world-famous Carducci Quartet. Anderson and band will make a stop at Red Rocks on May 26 where they’ll be joined by the Colorado Symphony. We spoke with the veteran Scottish rocker and frontman about the new album and modern-day
By French Davis
Last month, Congress torpedoed internet privacy regulations instituted by the FCC under Obama appointee Tom Wheeler, touching off a firestorm of hand-wringing and general social media freaking out that has become so commonplace in the Trump era. In a nutshell, this move allows ISPs to self-regulate what and how they choose to collect and sell in terms of your internet browsing