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February 2021

Best of the West 2021: Critics' Choice

We're absolutely in love with here!   Front Range Brewing Company (Lafayette) We’re not sure if they got a new menu or a new chef (maybe both?) but FRBC is killing the game. We’ve always loved the beer here. We know most of you feel the same way. What better buzz than one you can get locally? With awards already piling up, there’s no reason not to get absolutely tossed at Lafayette's 1st and oldest brewery

Features

Best of the West 2021: Readers’ Choice

All the Best of the West you could need. Winners, Runners-up, Critics Choice & a few we made up!   Yellow Scene Magazine's Best of the West adheres to the same strict journalism standards the entire magazine has held for 21 years. Thus, our Best of the West is a true Reader's Poll with the Region's only write-in ballot. There are not preselected menus, or multiple choice answers

Best of the West 2021: Critics’ Choice

The critical eye of a nice guy. YS Editor De La Vaca loves it all.

Scene

Scene Stealers | February 2021

The best things do do.

French’s 5: St. Paddy’s Day Facts | February 2021

St. Paddy's facts to wow your friends with.

Spotlight on Reese Roper and Five Iron Frenzy

It was 1996 when Five Iron Frenzy first unveiled their somewhat non-secular take on Third Wave ska with their debut outing, Upbeats and Beatdowns, which was re-released a year later after they signed to SaraBellum Records, a sub-label of 5 Minute Walk Recordings.

The beginning of wisdom…* | Duly Noted

Patriots want the best for their country. Nationalists think their country is already perfect. Which one are you?

Cuisine

Off Menu with… Taj Indian Cuisine #25th Anniversary

February 9th marked the 25th anniversary for the Taj Indian Cuisine restaurant. The anniversary marks a bittersweet milestone for the restaurant. Owner, creator, and menu developer Vhim Rai, passed away this past December due to COVID-19 complications.

Off Menu with: Rullo Romo Antonio | Dagabi Cucina

Say hello to Rullo Romo Antonio, the current head chef of Dagabi Cucina in Boulder, Colorado.

APRESKE 80’s Pop-Up Bar Snowing in Louisville

The good folks at Bittersweet Cafe are back at it again folks. The little Louisville treasure has morphed into an 80’s-themed skier’s paradise. The APRESKE (Après Ski) Pop-Up Cocktail Bar is a 90 minute cocktail experience set in a 80’s Swiss ski lodge, if you will. Imagine chowing down on some good ol’ ski lodge food while washing it down with an epic custom cocktail in your best outrageous 80’s attire.

Health

Good Habits + Bad Habits = Life Practice

Our lives are a series of good and bad habits. We all can practice daily efforts to make better habits we can use …For Your Life™  Have you considered habits you have day to day? Coffee, cigarettes, exercise, drinking, social media, work, or anything else you do on a regular basis can be a habit. As an activity, write down daily habits (good and bad) and ask “Do I wish I could change

News

Month in Review | Jan 21-Feb 22

Month in Review The darkest days of modern American politics seem to be behind us, as the #GOPCoup failed, Donald J. Trump left office, and Joe Biden became the 45th President of the United States. We say “seem” because after running on immediate $2000 survival checks, getting kids out of concentration camp cages, and supporting student loan forgiveness he is...checks notes...doing none of

Month in Review

Month in Review | Jan 21-Feb 22

Month in Review The darkest days of modern American politics seem to be behind us, as the #GOPCoup failed, Donald J. Trump left office, and Joe Biden became the 45th President of the United States. We say “seem” because after running on immediate $2000 survival checks, getting kids out of concentration camp cages, and supporting student loan forgiveness he is...checks notes...doing none of

Notables

Candice Bailey: Not an Activist – an Actionist | The ACTIONISTS Series

I started to get to know Candice Bailey, in a real way, after filming the Aurora I-225 Elijah McClain march on July 25th, 2020 - the one where the police left the exit ramp allowing a jeep to attempt to run over protestors. I didn’t actually meet her at this event but saw her speak at a press conference following the July 2020 protest. The Aurora PD, perhaps up to their usual tricks, were

Community Corner

Council Steps Back from the Brink

The cold snap in mid-February revealed the gaping holes in Boulder’s homeless services safety net, and the death of Ryan Stoops made the consequences of such gaps very clear. City Council Member Rachel Friend pushed very quickly, via an email to the Hotline, asking that the 30 day limit on Severe Weather Shelter be addressed so that people who had already maxed out would “have the option to

Also in This Edition

Love in the Time of Corona | Single Files

While the world has been in our current, newest, global pandemic for just over one year (the first known US case was January 20, 2020), love has flourished. Not to sound pessimistic, but love has also died. Depends on whom you ask. I asked a lot of people, and I got so many replies I was stunned.
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