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Best of the West


Romance is timeless, so we opened up our pages to BoCo’s singles who have been on a few dates and have a better idea of what they want in a relationship. DAN HOBACK 59 | Erie | Financial Analyst | Seeks female Sweet tooth or savory? Savory. What movie would you want your date to have seen before? Scent of a...


2017 Best of the West: Readers’ Choice Eats

Readers picked their favorite dishes, restaurants and chefs.

2017 Best of the West: Readers’ Choice Drinks

Readers' picks for tasty beverages.

2017 Best of the West: Readers’ Choice for Recreation

Readers favorite parks, resorts and public services.

Date Nights

Whether it’s a first date or the hundredth, here are some ideas for couples to share new experiences together.


Romance is timeless, so we opened up our pages to BoCo’s singles who have been on a few dates and have a better idea of what they want in a relationship...


Voices From Standing Rock: Arrests on Last Child Hill

Good friends – people I knew and respected – were pulled away from the fire on top of Last Child Hill... All told some 70 people went to jail for something they believed in with all of their hearts.

Duly Noted: Remembrance

My grandfather William Cohen — “Wolfe” in Hungarian — was born in Hungary in 1905, and came to America just before the Holocaust. He had 11 siblings. Most of them were murdered by Nazis.

February Reads

Four books for your reading pleasure.

French’s Five: Purim

The Jewish Holiday of Purim (celebration of the Book of Esther) starts at sundown on March 11. Here’s 5 things you might not know about this awesome holiday.

Spotlight: Steve Wilson from the Denver Jewish Film Festival

For those interested in Jewish stories, films from Israel and movies that explore what it means to be Jewish the annual Denver Jewish Film Festival is a must-see. It’s one of the biggest festivals of its kind in the country — and going strong for more than 20 years.

March Editor Picks and Scene Stealers

The month of March is a big one for one of the nation’s pre-eminent live music venues.

Eye Catchers: Song Sleuth app

Cool new things we can't help but share: Song Sleuth app by Wildlife Acoustics.


Food News: February 2017

Bite-sized updates from the local food scene.

Formation of a Foodie: Farm to Old West Table

There’s little difference to the original "farm to table" and "Old West Cuisine."

Sampler Plate: Don’t Pass on the Salt

The variance of salt, beyond the simple white salt shaker sitting innocently on your table, or the pink Himalayan salt you may have bought on a whim, is worth a closer look.

Month in Review

Month In Review: February 2017

A look back at December 2016 and January 2017.

Also in This Edition

Is Marijuana Reform Inevitable Under the Trump Administration?

In 2012, Colorado citizens voted to become the first state to legalize weed for purely recreational purposes, leaving the federal government in a bit of a conundrum. Marijuana is still considered by the federal government to be more dangerous than cocaine, so what was it going to do about the eruption of grow operations? One solution would have been to reclassify marijuana out of Schedule I —...