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SHAKE A TAIL FEATHER: BOCO Date Nights and Dinners with Movement

1. St. Julien Hotel & Spa - Walnut St.  Boulder Hotel and Spa? Sure, it sounds like the perfect staycation location (and it is, check back in June for our summer staycation article), but the St. Julien is also geared to your daily dancing, drinking and dining needs. With year-round music and the perfect elegant ambience for your date night out, this is the place you bring your beau when

Try Leading with Empathy

“I just realized why I was so happy you died in Blade Trinity!” “And you shoot basketball (like) the sawed off little man you are.”   Those were the two tweets a man named Michael Beatty shot out on Jan. 24, aimed at comedian Patton Oswalt, in response to his tweet slamming President Trump. As Oswalt readied his own volley, he read the man’s Twitter feed and noticed that he

Off Menu with Alec Schuler/Tangerine and Chris Royster/Flagstaff

Boulder County is known for its culinary achievements, with award-winning restaurants, wineries and a culture that not only appreciates food but relishes in the diversity of dining options. We want to know what's cooking and who's cooking it. Follow along as we talk to chefs to find out what fuels them – mind, body and soul.

Community Corner | American in Mexico: My view from the other side of the “wall”

  SUPPORT LOCAL MEDIA!     As President Trump prepares to declare a national emergency to build a border wall, I’m sitting here on the other side, holding my breath, horrified by what is happening in my home country and its effect on the American psyche and Mexican-American relations.   This situation is one of many since Trump took office that he's used to

Bliss Out With Oskar Blues

  Oskar Blues’ new series Can-O-Bliss is aptly named. The first of the series to launch, a tropical IPA,  fizzles lightly on your tongue, flavors of peach and citrus kiss your tastebuds signaling the hard work of the day is over. It’s the kind of the beer that I like to start my nightcap with even if it ends with something a little stronger. Not that the Can-o-Bliss is light, it

Fresh Cut: A DiverCity Conversation with Ja’mal Gilmore | Brooklyn Barber Academy

A byproduct of a severely limited public [read: white] imagination, coupled with a racist preoccupation with skin color, crossed with a profoundly American lack of cultural understanding, can mean a misguided perception and projection of how we process the world around us, the communities in which we live, work and play.  In response to our Cover Concerns and some online hate, we're