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The Outdoors Issue

Outdoor Retailer: Industry And Advocacy

For a lot of us, Outdoor Retailer is something we only see from the outside. Or from the social media posts of friends working in the industry. The shows are full of influencers, brands, manufacturers, and even famous pets. (The Insta-illustrious wolfdog, Loki, graced this year’s Snow Show with his presence. Who might we...

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Outdoor Retailer: Industry And Advocacy

For a lot of us, Outdoor Retailer is something we only see from the outside. Or from the social media posts of friends working in the industry. The shows are full of influencers, brands, manufacturers, and even famous pets. (The Insta-illustrious wolfdog, Loki, graced this year’s Snow Show with his presence. Who might we glimpse at the Summer Market?) Even at 85,000 attendees, they are...

Scene

Scene Stealers: Peter Pan, Paula Poundstone, And Other Great Entertainment

Peter Pan at the Dairy Center for the Arts The classic Peter Pan tale has entertained audiences for generations. Now, The Upstart Crow Theatre Company explores another side to this famous story with Dear Brutus. This show takes place 13 years after J.M. Barrie published his classic work. Now, he wants to take the adults to Neverland. Dear Brutus is a haunting tale of magic, mystery and discovery...

Spotlight on Bill Frisell

Some truly legendary names in music and entertainment have roamed the halls of Denver’s East High School. Names like Hattie McDaniel, Pam Grier, Don Cheadle, Judy Collins, Ron Miles and all three founding members of Earth, Wind and Fire, to name a few… and among the famous alumni is one of the foremost jazz guitarists alive — Bill Frisell. Frisell, who has more than 30 albums to his name...

Duly Noted: It Takes A Wolf

A few weeks ago, hot takes flamed the internet following the White House Correspondents Dinner. There were two pretty clear camps: Those who cheered comedian Michelle Wolf (best known for her frequent appearances as a correspondent on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah) for her blistering volley of truth bombs at the Trump Administration sideshow, and those who demonized her for the...

Voices: Boulder Running Project

Written by Kevin Purvis, Founder of Boulder Running Project Volunteer work is unique in its ability to improve the lives of those being helped as well as the helper. We go through life oscillating between needing a hand and being able to lend one. The key is finding something you’re passionate about and getting involved. I’m passionate about making the world a better place for future...

Cuisine

Sampler Plate: Following Chocolate From Tree To Truffle

According to Aztec legend, the deity Quetzacoatl angered his fellow gods by sharing a divine secret with mortals – the cultivation and craft of chocolate. This story implies the grand importance of this ingredient throughout history, so much as to make it sacred. The idea has remnants in culture today. Part of its scientific name, theobroma, literally translates from Greek as “food of the...

Hola, Corrida. Bryan Dayton Brings Basque To Boulder

From the menu to the space, Corrida establishes a palpable change in pace. From the moment you exit the elevator on the fourth floor and enter Corrida’s dining room through the kitchen, it becomes hard to maintain your sense of urgency. A partition of stacked wine bottles and a beef refrigerator mostly obscures the kitchen, the floor-to-ceiling windows showcase the view--everything about the...

Food News May 2018

Here we go again. Isn’t it nice to read news with no mention of nuclear weapons, gun violence, corruption, or the man we call POTUS? Starting now, I mean… Alex Seidel, chef and owner of Mercantile in Denver, took home a James Beard Award from the gala on May 7. Andy Clark of Moxie Bread Co. in Louisville was also a finalist in the Outstanding Baker category, and though he didn’t claim an...

News

Month In Review: Condensing The News Of 104th North (May ’18)

Boulder City Council, in a move that was met with more applause than not, unanimously passed a ban on the sale and possession of assault weapons, high-capacity magazines and bump-stock devices, even while attorneys from a pro-gun rights group threatened legal action. You have until July 15 to dispose of or sell any high-capacity magazines or bump stocks owned.  The Supreme Court Nominating...

Month in Review

Month In Review: Condensing The News Of 104th North (May ’18)

Boulder City Council, in a move that was met with more applause than not, unanimously passed a ban on the sale and possession of assault weapons, high-capacity magazines and bump-stock devices, even while attorneys from a pro-gun rights group threatened legal action. You have until July 15 to dispose of or sell any high-capacity magazines or bump stocks owned.  The Supreme Court Nominating...

Also in This Edition

Quest for the Governor’s Desk, Part II: Kennedy v Mitchell

Primary Update! Delivering the next round of governor candidate profiles. Read up and follow us for next month's installment. *These interviews have been edited for length and clarity. Cary Kennedy Bio I loved growing up here. I’ve been struck by the lengths people will go to to protect Colorado. I’ve watched the state’s population double in my lifetime, and the forecasters are...

2018 Summer Gear Guide

If you are planning on heading outdoors this summer, check this guide to stay safe and fashionable on the trails.

Glamping: A Lovely Way To Adventure

Look friends, it’s that time of the year. Everyone’s getting their rock climbing chalk out, dusting off their hiking boots, and packing up survival gear for off trail excursions. We love it and we support it. But truthfully, not all of us are Bear Grylls acolytes. Not all of us were in the scouts. Not all of us want to survive without a morning latte. In honor of the many new Coloradans who...
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