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Lifestyle Letter

Flavor of the Month

I

’m just going to go out on a limb here and admit that I’m one of those people who loves a good PSL (Pumpkin Spice Latte for the critics who don’t know). It’s more than just a marketing scheme created by Starbucks - I think. Here me out. We experience things through our senses, and a good ole fashion PSL is the flavor of the month. A little pumpkin, lots of spice and everything nice to do in Boulder. You're going to need the caffeine because a lot is going on. October means Month of Modern, DIY Halloween costumes, hidden hot springs, ICONic art with Art Movement Colorado, Boulder Burgundy Wine Fest and taking a digital detox in this fourth and final quarter. We explored all of these topics (and much more) to prep you for an eventful 31 days. So turn over a new leaf, pull out the PSL, the unofficial mascot of the October issue, and enjoy the flavors of fall.

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October 2017

Departments

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40 How to Pack a Bowl

18

Good Times

28

Around Town

33

Realty Report

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Road Trip

40

Culinary Creations

44

Local Limelight

72

Artist’s Palette

78

City Scene

80

Hops & Vine

84 DIY

Chef Dane Hiett teaches us how to make the perfect poke bowl.

52 [Digital] Detox?

Is your idea of “relaxation” staring at a screen?

You may need a digital detox...

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Healthy Lifestyle

88

Lifestyle Calendar

94

Parting Thoughts

72 ICONic

How Art Movement Colorado is helping Boulder’s artists thrive.

84 Dino-Mite

Creating a unique Halloween costume has never been easier.

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Good Times

Grapes & Grass Festival

What could be more Boulder than a wine and bluegrass festival in the heart of town? Over 800 guests turned out to the Historic Highland City Club for wine tasting and world-class bluegrass music, for what is sure to be an annual event. PHOTOGRAPHY BY GREY GRIMM.

Clementine Provence Rose'

Brunch by Chef Dane Hiett

Master Sommelier, Brett Zimmerman

Thunder & Rain

Wine Tasting

David Ulfers, Summit Distributing

Wendy Talmon w/ Chunky Whiskey

Wine Tents

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Good Times

Grapes & Grass Kickoff Party

The first annual Grapes & Grass (Wine + Bluegrass) festival, kicked off with an all-inclusive dinner, wine, and concert event on August 25th at the Historic Highland City Club. Wine programming for the evening orchestrated by Master Sommelier, Brett Zimmerman and the Boulder Wine Merchant staff. PHOTOGRAPHY BY KELSEY HUFFER.

Grapes & Grass Official Merchandise

Kate Manz, Craig David

Mile High Express

Boulder Wine Merchant team with guests

Jeff Hindman, Jeff Stone and Micheline Stone

Guests enjoying the amphitheater

Wine tasting was a hit!

Highland City Club

Michelle Weiner-Davis & Virginia Peeples

Steve Smith & Tony Greco

Peter Baumgartner dancing

Richard Foy & Michael Romero

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Good Times

The Post Townie Fest

The Post Brewing Company toasted its hometown of Lafayette, CO, at the second annual Townie Fest. Guests enjoyed ice cold beers, tasty treats, live tunes and carnival games like dunk the brewer and chicken toss. All proceeds directly benefitted the Lafayette Professional Fire Fighters and their Fill the Boot Campaign.

The Annual Stein Hoisting Competition

Nick Tedeschi & Brandon Boldt get ready for The Annual Chicken Toss! another dip

The F'ing Winner!

What summer is all about!

Post Brewmaster Brad Landman

Sanitas Brewing Taco Fest

The Sanitas Taco Fest was the place to be on August 5th in Boulder, CO! Featuring live Lucha Libre wrestling, 40+ gourmet taco options, live bands, huge pinatas and 20+ exclusive Sanitas beers – the Taco Fest was action packed and AWESOME. PHOTOGRAPHY BY AMA PHOTOGRAPHY.

The Sanitas Brewery crew poured thousand of beers. Selasee and the Fa Fa Family kicked off the jams. The VIP deck provided great viewing.

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The piñatas were stocked with kids and adult goodies…

Taco Fest was quite possibly Boulder’s first Lucha Libre experience.


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Good Times

Open House at Jim Packer's

Jim & Suzanne Packer hosted their Open House to their new home, built by Treeline Homes. Guests enjoyed catering by Japango and Cured. PHOTOGRAPHY BY LISA DOANE.

The Packer House

Catering by Japango

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Jim & Suzanne Packer, Candice McGuire, Derek Derek Guarascio, Jim Packer & Osha Guarascio

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Good Times

LIV Sotheby's Broker Open

LIV Sotheby’s Host Broker Open at 7321 Flagstaff Road. Area Brokers tour Jeff Erickson’s new listing. PHOTOGRAPHY BY LISA DOANE.

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Around Town

AROUND TOWN

ELDORA MOUNTAIN RESORT NAMES SAM BASS AS NEW DIRECTOR OF MARKETING Eldora Mountain Resort, a local-favorite ski area serving Colorado’s Front Range, has named Sam Bass its new Director of Marketing. Eldora, part of the POWDR Adventure Lifestyle Co. portfolio, recently unveiled a new branding campaign celebrating its 55-year history as Boulder County’s playground. The resort is also in the midst of installing a new 6-pack chair—its first high-speed detachable lift. “I’m thrilled to join the Eldora team and help make our local resort

Eric has been the chief wine critic for the Times since 2004, and

a centerpiece for Front Range communities,” says Bass. “Eldora is an

he is also the author of one of our favorite wine books, How to Love

incredible resource, and it’s one of the best things about living in Boulder

Wine: A Memoir and Manifesto (2014).

and raising my kids here. With POWDR’s companywide commitment to

One of the things that set the Boulder Burgundy Festival apart

supporting local communities and its emphasis on sustainability, this a

from the many excellent wine events that take place across the

really exciting time for Eldora and local skiers.” Eldora.com

U.S. each year is the gathering's convivial spirit. From the Paulée-

HMH ARCHITECTURE + INTERIORS SET TO ENTER NEW ERA OF DESIGN Multi-award winning architect and partner of HMH Architecture + Interiors, Cherie Goff, has been appointed President of the practice. In

Inspired Lunch at Flagstaff House to the family-style seating at the Saturday evening producer dinner at Frasca Food & Wine (the festival's signature event, where Eric Asimov will be joining us), there is perhaps no better way to get to taste and interact with some of the leading names in food and wine today.

this role, Goff will have responsibility for the performance and opera-

As in years past, we will also be joined by top sommeliers, includ-

tion of HMHAI’s Boulder office. Her duties will include design direction,

ing many Master Sommeliers, who fly in from all over North American

operations, staff and client management. Harvey Hine will continue as

to pour at festival events. Each volunteers her or his time inspired by

an active partner, contributing his design

professional camaraderie and a shared mission to educate our guests

skills to projects and providing guidance

about the extraordinary wines presented at the festival. Spots fill up

to the firm. Both Cherie and Harvey will

quickly, so please be sure to register at your earliest convenience to

continue to work on and take owner-

ensure availability. BoulderBurgundyFestival.com

ship in every design project that comes through the door. Cherie Goff, AIA joined HMH Architecture + Interiors in 2004 and

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became a Partner in 2008. Since joining

Dave Query, Chef/Owner of the Big Red F Restaurant

the practice, Ms. Goff has led the effort to

Group, has struck a deal with the Emich sisters, which will close

define HMH Colorado Modern style and

on September 20.  The location, currently Shine Restaurant &

has taken a special interest in refining

Gathering Place, was previously home to Redfish New Orleans

modern details. Ms. Goff’s projects have

Brewhouse, and, many years ago, it was also home to Oskar Blues

received recognition from the American Institute of Architects, the

when the company outgrew their Lyons brewing  facility. Query

American Society of Interior Designers, and the International Interior

and Chef/Partner Brett Smith plans to bring the award-winning

Design Association, among others. HMHAI.com

fried chicken and beer from Lafayette to downtown Boulder. The

BOULDER BURGUNDY WINE FESTIVAL TICKETS ON SALE NOW! Now in its seventh year, the Boulder Burgundy Festival (October 13-15) is thrilled to welcome New York Times wine writer Eric Asimov as our featured speaker and guest.  28

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restaurant and brewery will be in the literal shadow of Query’s first Boulder restaurant, formerly Q’s, in the Hotel Boulderado which opened in 1991. In addition to the restaurant space and production  brewery, The Post  plans to offer a full calendar of local and national live music. CONTINUED >


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The kitchen, led by Chef/Partner Brett “Smitty” Smith, will serve The Post’s award-winning, gluten-free fried chicken and roasted bird, local farm fresh sides, and homemade desserts. Rotating Blue Plate specials will offer diners a taste of regional American classics, and bar menu featuring beer, wine, and straightforward

hand-shaken

cocktails

will

also be available to lovers of the bird. PostBrewing.com

FROM MIXING A MEDIA

TO LAUNCHING A BRAND.

‘FALL’ INTO GIVING BACK AT THE 4TH ANNUAL ART THAT FEEDS HARVEST CELEBRATION Fall is a time of harvest bounty for many, and yet too many children in Boulder, Denver and across the nation continue to go to bed hungry each night. National hunger relief and youth empowerment organization Conscious Alliance will team up with Blackbelly to host the 4th Annual Art That Feeds Harvest Celebration at eTown Hall on October 5th to raise funds

Preparing today’s young people for the world outside our doors.

to provide 10,000 meals for families in need. The evening will feature music from Denver indie pop duo, TENNIS, plus cuisine prepared by a selection of the Front Range’s finest chefs, led by Chef Hosea

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OVER 70 SCHOOLS TO ATTEND THE BOCO HIGH SCHOOL FAIR ON OCTOBER 4TH Boulder Country Day School will host a high school fair for all Boulder County middle school students. This is the third year that Boulder Country Day has held this event. This year the attending school list surpasses 70 between local, regional and boarding schools. “ This is a golden opportunity for middle school students to consider all of the options available to them at one single event. We are excited about the response we have received from attending schools and hope to see as many Boulder area families as possible take advantage of the event”, says Susan Boyle, Director of Admission and Marketing for

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MONTH OF MODERN 2017   Month of Modern (MoM), returns to Boulder October 5-26, 2017, and is excited to announce programming curated for design and architecture enthusiasts! This unique month-long event—presented by HMH Architecture + Interiors and Jennifer Egbert Modern Luxury Real Estate— offers inspiring and engaging sessions from top minds in modern design, as well as, continuing education opportunities for different design disciplines.   Attendees can expect to find themselves immersed in new ideas for modern living via featured speakers, fire-side chats and thought-provoking panels. We want to celebrate the businesses, organizations and individuals who elevate industry standards and drive the modern movement forward. For tickets and additional event information, visit MonthOfModern.com.

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The Bradley Inn—Boulder’s favorite boutique hotel. 12 en-suite guest rooms, 2/2 manager’s unit, plenty of off-street parking, steps from Pearl Street Mall.

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ORIGINAL PRICE

SOLD PRICE

%SOLD/ORIG

DOM

860 6th Street

$4,500,000

$4,125,000

92%

224

3535 4th Street

$3,850,000

$3,588,000

93%

43

1498 Marshall Road

$3,100,000

$3,000,000

97%

27

2860 16th Street

$2,699,900

$2,700,000

100%

54

2815 10th Street

$2,100,000

$2,250,000

107%

7

1558 Cress Court

$2,150,000

$2,100,000

98%

77

2370 Kenwood Drive

$1,799,000

$1,714,400

95%

13

155 Wildwood Lane

$1,799,000

$1,700,000

94%

104

7496 Panorama Drive

$1,695,000

$1,700,000

100%

37

1285 Albion Road

$1,695,000

$1,640,000

97%

25

4297 Vinca Court

$1,550,000

$1,500,000

97%

27

564 Linden Park Court

$1,495,000

$1,400,000

94%

5

1527 Pine Street

$1,399,000

$1,370,000

98%

6

4111 Westcliffe Court

$1,399,000

$1,300,000

93%

53

1235 Tamarack Avenue

$1,249,000

$1,200,000

96%

89

1020 10th Street

$1,195,000

$1,195,000

100%

51

420 Oakwood Place

$1,125,000

$1,060,000

94%

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This data is a sampling of sold properties from August 2017. Source: IRES MLS system.

R ECENT SAL ES of 2017 SOLD

SOLD

SOLD

10135 N. 75th Street, Boulder | $5,200,000

1723-1725 15th Street, Boulder | $1,950,000

4730 Kincross Court, Boulder | $735,000

For additional market data please visit us at ColoradoMarketReports.com 1050 Walnut Street, Suite 100 1805 29th Street, Suite 1140

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Road Trip

HEALING WATERS ARTICLE MARLEY JERANKO

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PHOTOGRAPHY CROCKETT WILLIAMS


HOW I APPLIED THE PRACTICE OF USING NATURAL HOT SPRINGS FOR THERAPEUTIC PURPOSES IN RADIUM HOT SPRINGS, A HIDDEN GEM.

V

isiting Colorado’s hot springs resorts has

But unlike my neighborhood watering hole, I was

always been a source of fun between my

met with steam rising from a still surface and the

family and friends. It’s a place to play, a place

trickling sound of the stream behind me. A slow,

to celebrate and a place to mingle; but for cen-

peaceful entry seemed more fitting.

turies, people have flocked to natural hot springs for something more than just a fancy vacation activity—to bathe in its healing waters. I wanted to test this ancient ritual by ditching the wellness resorts and destination spas and trading it in for something just off the beaten path. Greeted sun,

I

by

the

sleepily

Kremmling’s

desert

approached

Radium

Hot

Springs via a winding dirt trail. Even through my foggy morning mind, I took notice of the stress I was harboring within me. My muscles ached from a long night’s battle with my body to rest, and my legs were growing fatigued with every added step. I craved a quiet experience where I could replenish, re-energize and reconnect. The pool is a clear, shallow pot that sits adjacent to the headwaters of the Colorado River and can be accessed by climbing down the blocky cliffside, or if you’re an adven-

The rewards of this practice were instant. It ’s

THE REWARDS OF THIS PRACTICE WERE INSTANT. IT’S BEEN SHOWN THAT WHEN MINERAL WATER HEATS UP YOUR BODY TEMPERATURE, IT CAN HELP KILL HARMFUL GERMS AND VIRUSES, ELIMINATE TOXINS, INCREASE BLOOD FLOW AND CIRCULATION AND OPEN PORES TO ABSORB ESSENTIAL MINERALS. I KNEW THERE IS POWER IN BEING SURROUNDED BY NATURE, BUT TO ACTUALLY SOAK IT ALL IN WAS TRULY ENRICHING AND CLEANSING.

ture-seeker, taking the 50-foot plunge.

been shown that when mineral water heats up your body temperature, it can help kill harmful germs and viruses, eliminate

toxins,

increase

blood flow and circulation and open pores to absorb essential minerals. I knew there is power in being surrounded by nature, but to actually soak it all in was truly enriching and cleansing. More than just sensations, the hot springs provided a space for both mental and emotional restoration. Nestled into the grainy sand, I sat with my eyes closed and awareness full. Bubbles tickled my spine and waves of heat calm me into a deep meditative state. From temple to toes, I allowed myself to let go of any tension and let it dissipate like ripples in the water. I left feeling transformed. With so many forces of nature

working

together—

earth, metal, water, wood and fire—it ’s obvious

The high country air was cool, and I was eager

that the health benefits seep much deeper than

to immerse my skin in the warmth. Like a swim-

just physical relaxation. But with my fingers wrin-

ming pool on a summer day, I was tempted with

kled and my hair messy, perhaps that inner revival

the instant relief a swift dunk would have provided.

really wasn’t so invisible.

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home on the range CARIBOU RANCH: A COLORADO LEGACY

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(CON TI N U ED)

N

estled outside of Nederland, Colorado is Caribou

And then if the performance wasn’t working, we could

Ranch, the former site of the famous Caribou Ranch

take a horseback ride, eat some dinner, and come back.

recording studio. Dreamt up by James (Jim) Guercio, the

And that’s why the creativity flourished.”

studio offered both a spiritual retreat and an ideal pro-

There were countless incredible moments at the studio

duction space for a wide range of musicians, including

in its operating years, but one of Guercio’s favorite was

Elton John, John Lennon, Stevie Wonder and Amy Grant.

with Stevie Wonder.

Guercio finished building in 1972, and the studio drew

“One time Stevie Wonder was there in a cabin with his

some of the most accomplished musicians of the time

girlfriend and his brother. It was a little bit of a walk up to

until 1985 when a fire swept through the studio.

the mess hall, so I would pick him up and drive him in this

Guercio himself was not only an accomplished musician

tiny army jeep. Stevie hopped in, and I said ‘Hey, Stevie,

but also an active part of the music business from a very

you want to drive it? C’mon, we’re not going that far.’ And I

young age. At sixteen, he played backup guitar and bass

would just tell him where to go… ‘a little to the left, a little to

for many different bands who have stood the test of time,

the right, slow down.’ We were hardly moving… like a mile

including The Temptations and The Coasters. For Guercio,

per hour, but he had the greatest time.”

the experience of playing music professionally as a kid was

After the studio fire, Guercio made the decision not

exhilarating, but he was always on someone else’s schedule.

to rebuild. He was raising three kids at the time, and the

“WHEN I GOT THE CHANCE TO MAKE RECORDS, I THOUGHT THE BUSINESS SHOULD CONFORM TO MY REALITY.”

experience of his brother’s death in 1978 had affected Guercio more than he initially realized. The fire also happened when music was transitioning from analog to digital - a sound Guercio is not as fond of. “The difference between analog and digital is a hardness,” Guercio describes. “It doesn’t have the warmth of

Guercio was ready to have more creative freedom, but

The Guercio family eventually moved down to the

Columbia Records was owned by CBS, a big company,

lower ranch, which, Guercio reports, has “a lot better

with narrow music taste.

weather.” After placing conservation easements on the

“When you went to make a deal with Columbia records, you had to record in their studios,” Guercio explains. “Everything was unionized - all the engineers were union engineers. If I touched a knob, touched the console, even, I got a fine.” Bands were usually only allotted three-hour slots in the studio, and then all the equipment had to be torn down.

land, Guercio sold the upper ranch to the Walton family, founders of Walmart. “We considered many excellent developers, but in the end, the best outcome for the property and our legacy was to sell it to Ben Walton, the grandson of the founder of Walmart. He is an ardent environmentalist with a beautiful family.”  

The constraints and pressures of the music industry left

Though the ranch’s recording days are in the past,

Guercio longing for a studio that could offer artists more

the spirit of the space is still being preserved by Guercio

freedom. At the time, CBS had a contract with the city of

and the Walton family. The studio was inducted into the

Denver and to operate an independent production studio

Colorado Music Hall of Fame on August 13, and the

Guercio had to look outside the metropolitan area. This is

induction celebration and concert included tribute per-

what brought him to Caribou Ranch.

formances by many celebrated artists, including Amy

“The biggest factor was that you had a really inspirational environment,” Guercio describes. “A spiritual place, no distractions… you could spend a week or a month trying to get the drum sound you wanted.

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the sound I like.”

the recording industry at the time offered anything but.

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“A SPIRITUAL PLACE, NO DISTRACTIONS… YOU COULD SPEND A WEEK OR A MONTH TRYING TO GET THE DRUM SOUND YOU WANTED. AND THEN IF THE PERFORMANCE WASN’T WORKING, WE COULD TAKE A HORSEBACK RIDE, EAT SOME DINNER AND COME BACK. AND THAT’S WHY THE CREATIVITY FLOURISHED.”

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PMG Restaurant hosts an exceptional dinner with a selection of special older Burgundy wines and wine service by Master Sommeliers Brett Zimmerman, Jay Fletcher, and Jason Smith 6:00 pm $295 for dinner per person all-inclusive, 40 seats available

S at u r day , O c tO b e r 14 Flagstaff House hosts the Paulée inspired lunch with a team of the country’s top sommeliers and over 50 different Burgundy wines to taste 11:00 am – 3:00 pm $195 per person all-inclusive, 110 seats available S at u r day , O c tO b e r 14 Frasca Food and Wine hosts an exclusive Vineyard Brands Burgundy Dinner with special guests Eric Asimov of the New York Times and Rajat Parr of Sandhi and Domaine de la Cote 6:00 pm $395 per person all-inclusive, 66 seats available S u n day , O c tO b e r 15 Arcana Restaurant hosts a sit down Chablis Brunch with the region’s greatest producers 10:00 am $95 per person all-inclusive, 60 seats available S u n day , O c tO b e r 15 An educational seminar featuring the wines of Chambolle-Musigny, hosted at the St. Julien Hotel and featuring special guests Eric Asimov and Raj Parr 12:00 am – 1:30 pm $165 per ticket, 65 tickets available S u n day O c tO b e r 15 Grand Tasting at the St. Julien Hotel with over 200 featured wines from Burgundy 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm $125 per ticket, 180 tickets available For information and to purchase tickets visit: BoulderBurgundyFestival.com


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rom a very early age, my life began to be struc-

“It could be something as simple as taking a

tured by technology. When the TV announced

walk,” she says, noting the importance of bringing

“Live! From Studio 1A in Rockefeller Plaza!” I knew I was in trouble. The Today Show meant it was 7 o’clock and I’d better run as fast as I can if I was going to catch the school bus. Nowadays, that framework seems more like a full fledged dependency… The first sound I hear in the morning is my iPhone’s alarm clock; the majority of my daily interactions come from exchanged emails and long-distance phone calls

together the physical and the mental. “All it takes is three breaths to calm the nervous system,” Wildes explains.

“Taking the time to focus on just three body cleansing breaths and creating a vision of what it looks like to move your breath

with people I’ve never actually met; and most days,

throughout your whole body, it can be a

my idea of “winding down” includes binge-watching

foundation for so much more.

a Netflix series and skimming through multiple social media accounts. Admit it, you do it, too. It’s this last confession that disturbs me the most. Even when technology is not a matter of modern

“It’s something so simple—no one needs to buy anything, no one needs any fancy tools—you have what you need.”

survival, we prescribe ourselves smartphones like

The core of Wilde’s message is this: mindful-

medicine. But, as much as I enjoy those breaks, sifting

ness. When I think of a moment when I was over-

through my Instagram feed as a way to check out, the

whelmed, anxious or stressed, it’s because part of

fact is, I’m not. I find myself feeling mentally drained,

me was somewhere else or bouncing from one

emotionally unfulfilled and by default, unhappy.

thing to another. It’s truly exhausting!

As it turns out, we’re playing games on our

This ‘medicine’...is it working? Or are your online

own minds. Despite the perception of pleasure,

connections causing you to disconnect? Perhaps

research has found that this new tech-driven era is

it’s time for a digital detox.

inflicting a serious psychological toll: creating new kinds of stress and forcing us into a permanent

5 SIGNS YOU NEED A DETOX

mode of activity. So, what are we to do if it’s nearly

01/// You spend more time than intended.

impossible to disconnect? According to Dawn Wildes, instructor and

02/// You feel guilty or dissatisfied after binging on

technology (social media, Netflix, texting).

founder of Growing Branches, a Colorado-based

03/// You are motivated by FOMO (fear or missing out).

yoga company, the key is cultivating tools for a

04/// You experience urges to check.

more aware, more present lifestyle.

05/// You never have enough time in your day.

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DIGITAL DETOX (CON TI N U ED)

DIGITAL DETOX DOS Set boundaries. Do you need to have your work email on your phone? If we can’t disconnect from work, it makes it impossible for us to move on to the next aspect of our lives. If possible, leave work at work. Turn off the radio. Yes, there is something empowering about belting out your favorite song and not paying any mind to that the guy in the left lane thinks you’re off your rocker. But what about quiet? When has your brain been given the chance to ease out of productivity? Let car time be that opportunity. Put em’ to rest--so you can too! The truth is, we get stuck in a pigeon hole when bringing our phones to bed. All of a sudden, it’s an hour later, you’re stuck on social media or catching up on emails, and you’ve got monkey brain. Soaking up blue light before bed can be dangerous because it affects levels of the sleep-inducing hormone, melatonin, more than any other wavelength. In turn, the body’s natural clock shifts, affecting not only your body’s sleep cycle but also organ functions. Turn notifications ‘off’ and airplane mode ‘on.’ There’s something that happens in our brains when that notification pops up on our screens. It’s like a tick you have to satisfy in order to make it disappear. Eliminate time wasted checking empty alerts and empower yourself by choosing when your life has room for technology. Start small. Make little goals for yourself like only logging on social media once a day or unplugging for 24 hours. It takes baby steps to make a big change but it will be well worth it.

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READY, SET, GO! (CON TI N U ED)

IF YOU’RE RUNNING A 5K OR 10K...

IF YOU’RE RUNNING A HALF MARATHON OR MARATHON…

For beginners, a 5k (3.1 miles) or a 10k (6.2

Training for a half marathon (13.1 miles) or marathon (26.2 miles) will require

miles) is normally the first thing you decide to

more time and commitment. But the rewards can be satisfying.

tackle. But that doesn’t mean the race is any

"It's really rewarding to race when you have put in all of the hours into

easier. Paxton Smith, a sophomore University

your training. Sticking to a training regimen takes dedication and the feel-

of Colorado runner, says taking care of yourself

ing you get on race day is so fulfilling!" Says Felicia Meyer, a Boulder runner

before a run is crucial to seeing good perfor-

who started doing 5k, 10k and half marathons this year.

mance. Smith says getting a good night’s

The other good thing about running a marathon? You’ll be able to see

sleep, eating a filling breakfast and wearing the

more of an area and test your endurance. During training, you’ll want to

correct shoes can make or break your race.

make sure you’re changing up your routes.

“And make sure you’re hydrated before a

“Varying your surfaces is extremely important,” says Mark Bottenhorn, a

run,” Smith says. “Being dehydrated is probably

marathon runner who is currently training for the Olympic trials. “So maybe

one of the worst things that can happen to you.”

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BEGINNER RUNNING TIPS FROM REVOLUTION RUNNING Ewen North, the head coach and director of the Boulder-based training club REVOLUTION RUNNING shares his best tips for novice runners.

01 /

SEE YOUR DOCTOR BEFORE YOU START THE PROGRAM, PARTICULARLY IF YOU ARE A SMOKER OR OVERWEIGHT.

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TRANSITION YOURSELF SLOWLY INTO TRAINING.

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OM AT HOME Parent-Child yoga to help you slow down and reconnect one breath at a time. Advice from wife, mom and author of The Yoga Pants Years, Dana Wisniewski.

ARTICLE DANA WISNIEWSKI PHOTOGRAPHY HOLLY RAE ESTROW

W

ith school back in session, you may be searching for simple ways to slow down and reconnect with your

child in-between the homework, PTO meetings, soccer games and the fast-paced frenzy of life with little ones. If you are longing for a slower pace, as well as looking for ways to help your kids pause from the craziness of life, consider infusing parent-child yoga poses into your daily or weekly routine. With minimal setup - just a yoga mat and some floor space - yoga can help your child with focus, balance, and self-regulation (calming down). For parents, yoga is excellent for reducing stress and adding in flexibility and movement, a necessity if you sit down at the computer for large parts of the day. CONTINUED >

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OM AT HOME (CON TI N U ED)

1 / SUNBATHING ROCK

BENEFITS: Opens the child’s chest and

strengthens his/her posture. Lengthens and relaxes your lower back muscles. HOW TO: Sit on your heels and bend chest

forward. Have your child lie on your back, lining up his waist with yours and stretch your arms in front of you. Modify: Use your arms to hold him in place if your child is too small to touch the ground.

2 / DOUBLE DOWN DOG

BENEFITS: Builds strength in the child’s up-

per body. Promotes focus and balance. HOW TO: The child steps up and rests their

feet on the low back of their grownup in Down Dog, making an “L” shape with their body. Modify: Have little ones simply do down dog under your down dog pose if they are too small.

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3 / PARTNER GATE POSE

BENEFITS: Stretches the shoulders, waist

and back – areas that get sore from carrying heavy backpacks or sitting at a desk all day. HOW TO: Kneel on the floor about a leg’s

length apart from each other. Stretch your inner leg out to the side towards each other, and press the foot to the floor. Lift your outside arm and lean towards each other until you can grab each other’s hands. Hold and breathe come back to kneeling position. Switch sides and repeat the steps.

4 / PARTNER TREE POSE

BENEFITS: Improves balance and promotes

concentration and cooperation. HOW TO: Stand next to each other. Hold hands

or wrap your arms around each other’s waist. Shift weight to stand on your inner leg. Lift the outside leg and place the sole of your foot above or below your knee. Reach your outer arm up to the sky. Switch sides and repeat the steps. Modify: For little ones, face each other and hold hands as you mirror the pose.

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OM AT HOME (CON TI N U ED)

5 / PARTNER BOAT POSE

BENEFITS: Strengthens the abdominals, hip

flexors and spine. Stretches the back of the arms, shoulders and hamstrings. Aids in digestion. Promotes cooperation. HOW TO: Sit facing one another. Bend your

knees, press soles of feet together, and grasp each other’s hands or forearms. Stay here for a few breaths. For full boat, slowly lean back while keeping feet together, lengthen legs and extend feet upward.

6 / NAMASTE

End your practice by honoring the light in yourself and others – you might describe it your child as the space inside of you that is wonderful and unique. BENEFITS: Fosters gratitude, stillness and love. HOW TO: Sit up tall, back to back. Bring hands

together at your heart for a few breaths. Slowly bend forward and say “Namaste.”

Tips for your home practice: • Practice outdoors if possible. • Ask your child if he/she would like to dedicate the class to anyone. • Play inspiring or relaxing music. • Ask your child how he/she feels before class as compared to after class. • Make a few of the calming poses part of your regular nighttime routine to help your child wind down. 68

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HOW ART MOVEMENT COLORADO IS HELPING BOULDER'S ARTISTS THRIVE

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or the past eight years, Trudi Horowitz and Susan Knickle have been

photographer, came to the women with the idea of a show focused

working to eradicate the term “starving artist” from Boulder’s lexicon.

on Boulder's community and those who have made it what it is today.

With roots deeply embedded in Boulder’s art scene for over four decades,

ICON, as the show is aptly named, features over 100 of Boulder’s

the women are using their own expertise to help local artists hone their

game changers. Featured faces include those of Ibashi, famed Pearl

craft and make a smooth transition from learning to succeeding.

Street contortionist; Jerry Wingren, renowned sculptor; Hazel Miller,

In 2009, as the economy began a downward spiral, Horowitz and Knickle wanted to make sure that art could still have a presence.

jazz vocalist, and Jeremiah Fraites, drummer for The Lumineers, among many others.

They came up with a fantastically simple solution: adorn the walls

ICON is the perfect installation to kick off AMC’s new space, as it

of Boulder’s beautiful buildings with the work of local artists. Their

represents the very cohesion between Boulder and the art community

plan allowed business owners to decorate their spaces with unique

that inspired Horowitz and Knickle from the start. Along their journey,

works of art at minimal cost, while simultaneously garnering attention

they have found a vast number of helping hands: they’ve found sup-

for the artists’ work—a win-win for all. Thus, Art Movement Colorado

port and photographing space with Rebecca DiDomenico, a renowned

(AMC) was born, collaborating with venues across the city to unleash

installation artist, and her husband, Stephen Perry, while Photocraft,

its “guerilla artwork” on Boulder.

a printing facility, helped bring ICON prints to life. Over at Frasca,

Through their work with AMC, Horowitz and Knickle met Andy

Lachlan MacKinnon Patterson and Bobby Stuckey are donating the

Bush, a local developer who they have deemed their “guardian angel.”

wine for the show. The generosity and art-loving nature of Boulder’s

Bush has worked with the ladies for years, embellishing his prop-

businesses have been essential in helping the movement thrive.

erties with artwork they provided, and when he began work on a

Looking to the future, Horowitz and Knickle are working to branch

new complex—The Commons—he made them a startlingly generous

into the non-profit arena, using funds earned from sales to pay for artists

proposition: use the two grand lobbies of his new buildings as their

to attend workshops to help cultivate their skills. AMC’s commitment to

own dedicated showing space. The ladies made design suggestions

fostering the growth and success of Boulder’s artists has already made

to ensure that the lobbies were perfectly tailored to showcase a rotat-

a dramatic impact on the art community, and this is just the beginning.

ing selection of AMC’s collection. This fall, AMC is celebrating the opening of its new showing space

ICON will take place Friday, October 13th  from  5-8pm  at Boulder

with a stunning collection of Boulder’s famous faces through a series

Commons: 2490 Junction Place.

of portraits shot by Cory Richards. Richards, a highly accomplished

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Photographer Cory Richards Andy Bush | Photo by Cory Richards

Coral Fishkorn | Photo by Cory Richards

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Bob Moorehouse | Photo by Cory Richards


COLORADO IS EXPLODING AND IT’S TIME THAT THE VISUAL ART SCENE CAUGHT UP TO THE TECH AND CUISINE SCENES. BOULDER AND DENVER ARE PRIMED TO WELCOME A 21ST CENTURY CONTEMPORARY ART SURGE. Gina Freschet - Painter

Art Movement Colorado is a breath of fresh air in Boulder. They bring artists and art lovers to the surface and offer space in a town that craves the exposure. These ladies encompass every aspect of the word ART. Emmy Swenson - Painter

Working as an independent artist for nearly 40 years, Wingren has shown in solo and group shows throughout the US and Europe and has works in private and public collections internationally. Jerry Wingren - Sculptor

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City Scene

In the Know:

The Boulder Burgundy Festival

Brett Zimmerman Sommelier + Festival Founder

Eric Asimov Wine Writer for The New York Times

FESTIVAL FOUNDER BRETT ZIMMERMAN ON BRINGING HIS PASSION FOR BURGUNDY TO BOULDER

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ow in its seventh year, the Boulder Burgundy

and its wines, this is an amazing opportunity;

Festival brings a taste of the exquisite-and

relative to the cost of products, our lineup offers

limited-wine of the Burgundy region to Boulder. In

a tremendous value. The Grand Tasting alone

an effort to allow enthusiasts the chance to experi-

features 200 wines ranging in price from $25 to

ence Burgundy wine without the daunting price tag

$500 for a ticket price of $125. Â

it usually abides, Sommelier Brett Zimmerman created an event that allows people from every corner

Q: WHO ARE THIS YEAR'S FEATURED GUESTS?

of the wine-loving world to learn about Burgundy

Eric Asimov, wine writer for The New York Times,

from world renowned sommeliers.

will be our featured guest this year. Additionally, we

Sitting down with Boulder Lifestyle, Zimmerman explains what sets Boulder Burgundy apart:

have a group of sommeliers from around the country-Rajat Parr, Jason Smith, Jay Fletcher, Sean Razee, Carlos Smith and Jeremy Parzen- and a group

Q: WHY CREATE A FESTIVAL

of Boulder sommeliers including Carlin Karr, Jeremy

SURROUNDING BURGUNDY?

Schwartz and Matthew Mather from Frasca Food

I wanted to offer an opportunity for people to taste and

and Wine, Michael Elmore from Arcana and Wade

learn about the wines and culture of Burgundy, France.

Vizena and the Flagstaff House team.

So many of the great producers in this region are difficult to obtain and can be very expensive. This is a way for

Q: WHICH CHARITIES WILL BE BENEFITING

people to become more familiar with what Burgundy is

FROM THE FESTIVAL THIS YEAR?

all about without a major investment in wine or travel.

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Q: WHAT MAKES THIS FESTIVAL STAND OUT?

tion to fewer organizations. This year we will support

We bring world class wines, producers, writ-

There with Care, The Family Learning Center and the

ers and sommeliers together for a weekend of

Guild of Sommeliers. We are also fortunate to have

outstanding food and beverage. We focus on

tremendous support from our corporate sponsors:

education of the wines and region, building a

Jennifer Egbert Modern Luxury Real Estate, BHGR

sense of community and giving back to charity.

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Hops & Vine

MORE THAN JUST LIGHT BEER WIBBY BREWING EXTENSIVE SELECTION OF LAGERS SHOWCASES THE STYLE'S TRUE COMPLEXITY WITH AN AMERICAN TWIST ON A GERMAN CLASSIC. ARTICLE RILEY COWING | PHOTOGRAPHY POPPIES + PAISLEY PHOTOGRAPHY

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he beginnings of Wibby Brewing were ignited with a conversation at High Sierra Music Festival in 2013 between college friends

and now co-founders Ryan Wibby and Ted Risk. At the time of the festival, Wibby had been brewing professionally for nearly to fifteen years and had spent time in Berlin, Germany studying with some of the best lager brewers. Risk asked Wibby when he was going to open his own place and the duo became extremely excited discussing the prospect of their own brewery. They decided to revisit the topic in a more tame environment post-festival, and once they put pen to paper the following week, they were able to conceptualize what we have come to know and love as Wibby Brewing since September 2015.  Their beers are all within the lager family, but their challenge is to showcase the diversity in what a lager can taste like. They have all their bases covered with a Dunkel, Helles and the Wibby IPL to name a few. Their tagline: anything an ale can do, a lager can do better. Risk notes that while people usually hear lager and think “light beer,” Wibby’s selec-

tion proves that there can be more variety and complexity in this style. “We start with the principles of German style lager brewing and then put the American craft twist on it,” Risk says. “Not all our beers adhere to the [German Beer Purity Law], which says you can only use water, malt, hops and yeast in beer. Some of [our beers adhere] but some of them don’t…so we build off the principles and stan-

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LIGHTSHINE HELLES BREWERY:

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WHAT’S THE FLAVOR: Clean and crisp with

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to finish WOULD TASTE BEST WITH: It's

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straightforward flavor profile allows for quite a versatile pairing guide. You could drink a couple alongside a steak dinner with mashed potatoes or a hearty chili on a cold, winter evening. If you want to pair light with light, perhaps a brussels sprout salad with dried cranberries on top would do the trick. OVERALL:  This beer is perfect for some-

one who wants to take a break from stouts and pale ales this fall season. The American hops provide a complex flavor without overwhelming your palate with that bitter taste hops typically create. FINAL COMMENTS: Get outside of your com-

fort zone as temperatures drop and see what a lager can bring to your dinner party.

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t can be hard to think of creative kids costumes every Halloween

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Healthy Lifestyle

early detection TAKING STOCK OF YOUR BREAST HEALTH AWARENESS ARTICLE LISA VAN HORNE

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reast cancer today is just as prevalent, if not more so than it’s ever been. According to the American Cancer Society, over 250,000 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be or have

already been diagnosed in women in 2017. The good news, however, is that there are over three million breast cancer survivors in the United States alone. With advancements in treatments and genetic screening as well as a younger portion of the population taking ownership of their breast health, breast cancer is a disease that can be detected and treated early to great effect. During Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October, Dr. Winfield Hartley, a breast cancer reconstructive surgeon with Boulder Plastic Surgery, urges both women and men to take stock of how they’re keeping track of their breast health and to commit to vigilance in their breast health awareness. “The Front Range is an area where breast cancer diagnoses are particularly prevalent,” says Dr. Hartley. “Unlike some forms of cancer, breast cancer development is very multifactorial, and there are many different risk factors and indicators.” According to Dr. Hartley, the key to breast cancer surveillance is vigilant self-monitoring and routine screening mammograms. From the symptoms most commonly associated with breast cancer, such as lumps in the breast area or armpits, there is a myriad of other breast changes that could also be indicators. Any changes to the look and feel of your breasts should be brought to the attention of a health care provider, including breast skin changes, dimpling, nipple inversion or discharge, changes in shape or appearance, or general tenderness. Hartley notes that it’s never too early to be aware of your breast health. After the trauma of a breast cancer diagnosis and the ordeal of treatment, Hartley’s team at Boulder Plastic Surgery works to help patients remove the stigma of breast cancer and put it in the rear view mirror with a variety of breast reconstruction options. Boulder Plastic Surgery began in the early 1980s with the goal of being a community-focused practice where all plastic surgery needs could be fulfilled. Today, Drs. Hartley, Maxhimer and Kuisle focus their efforts largely on breast reconstruction procedures, with the aim of making patients look and feel like themselves again after breast cancer. For more resources on breast cancer, visit the American Cancer Society website. *If you notice any changes in your breast health, bring them to the attention of your health care provider immediately. “After radiation and two lumpectomies, Dr. Hartley worked closely with my general surgeon from the very beginning to produce results that were better than I ever imagined. I feel blessed to have crossed paths with Dr. Hartley and his truly wonderful nurse, Summer.” - Patient Irene Hesse

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HOW OFTEN SHOULD I BE CHECKING MY BREASTS? For both women and men, self-breast exams should be performed on a monthly basis.

According to the American Cancer Society, women should have mammogram screenings: • Annually between the ages of 40 and 54 • Every two years after the age of 55 If you have genetic tendencies toward breast cancer or a family history, talk with a health care provider about beginning these screenings even earlier.

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October

Lifestyle Calendar

OCTOBER 1 - 29

THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES: A SHERLOCK HOLMES ADVENTURE CHAUTAUQUA PICNIC SHELTER The world’s greatest detective was not who people think he was.  In fact he was not a he at all.  Ms. Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Joanna Watson must solve the mystery of a generations’ old curse that dooms each male in the Baskerville family to be hunted by a demon dog. Chautauqua.com

OCTOBER 4 HIGH SCHOOL FAIR BOULDER COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL Free and Open to the Public. All Boulder County middle school students and their families are invited to come meet with local public and private high schools as well as the over 60 boarding schools that will be in attendance. The event will be in the Boulder Country Day School gymnasium and is structured open house style. BoulderCountryDay.org

OCTOBER 6 - 8 ADVENTURE FILM FESTIVAL BOULDER THEATER Don't miss the world premiere of the 13th annual Adventure Film Festival & Street Fair at the Boulder Theater. Presented by Intrepid Travel and Patagonia, this three-day action-packed event showcases a diverse collection of the year’s most groundbreaking and insightful independent films from serious exploration to environmental heroism to gripping tales from the edge of the believable. BoulderDowntown.com

OCTOBER 6 - 27 PEARL STREET STAMPEDE 1300 BLOCK OF PEARL The Pearl Street Stampedes have been THE kickoff celebration for CU

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OCTOBER 7 BOULDER TANGO FESTIVAL AVALON BALLROOM & BOULDER TANGO STUDIO Three Fabulous Days and Four Nights of Argentine Tango in Boulder with world renown Argentine Tango Artists: 30 Workshops, 2 Practicas, 3 Milongas, 3 Performances, Candid Conversation with Teachers, Argentine Wine and Food Tasting, Shoes and Clothing for Sale gustavoygiselle.com CONTINUED >


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OCTOBER 8 LOUISVILLE TRAIL HALF MARATHON, 10K, 5K PRESENTED BY U.S. AIR FORCE LOUISVILLE COMMUNITY PARK Using the backdrop of the Flatirons,  this race tours the trails and sights of the area offering a breathtaking landscape for this amazing race... The Louisiville Trail Race offers great a family friendly atmosphere with our post race festivities, so bring the family and enjoy the morning with us!! This is the final event of the Endurance Race Series. EnduranceRaceSeries.com

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OCTOBER 19 BETC PRESENTS "BIRDS OF NORTH AMERICA" DAIRY ARTS CENTER While birding in their backyard over the course of a decade, a father and daughter struggle to understand each other’s politics and points of view. This gorgeously written family drama, full of humor and insight, explores how we connect with the people we just can’t fly away from. World premiere! Runs 10/19-11/12/17 at the Dairy Arts Center. BETC.org

OCTOBER 21 POTTERY LAB WORKSHOP WITH MARTIN KASTNER STUDIO ARTS BOULDER Join us for a special 2-day hands on workshop with the award winning Crucial Detail design-

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OCTOBER 21 FREQUENT FLYERS AERIAL DANCE MASQUERADE GALA AERIAL DANCE STUDIOS Support Boulder's non-profit leader of aerial arts: Frequent Flyers® at a sparkling evening event with appetizers, libations, dancing, mystery balloons, auction items and performances by the fabulous Frequent Flyers® Professional Company and High Flyers! Your attendance helps us provide scholarships to youth through

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OCTOBER 21 BOULDER OPERA GALA CONCERT 3630 BERKLEY AVENUE Boulder Opera kicks off the 6th season with a Gala Concert preview of selections from Cinderella, Cosi fan tutte and "Opera's Best Hits" with Sara Parkinson at the piano. BoulderOperaCompany.com

OCTOBER 25 HEAR OUR VOICES SAFEHOUSE COMMUNTIY ART PROJECT AND AUCTION ELEVATIONS CREDIT UNION Dedicated to giving artistic representation to the experience of surviving intimate partner violence. The art pieces are “inspired” by a survivor story or a personal situation of violence. We are all exposed to violence everyday whether in the news, locally, personally or professionally. Our motto at SPAN is healing, hope and oppor-

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OCTOBER 26 THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW BOULDER THEATER Colorado's Elusive Ingredient - Denver's Rocky Horror Shadowcast Presents: The Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Boulder Theater! BoulderTheater.com

OCTOBER 31 MUNCHKIN MASQUERADE 1100 BLOCK OF PEARL ST. Each year, Downtown Boulder is invaded by thousands of tiny ghosts & goblins, dinosaurs & dragons, fairies & princes, super heroes and animals of every size trick-or-treating along Pearl Street. Recommended for children ages 12 and under. BoulderDowntown.com

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Parting Thoughts

PANTRY CONFESSIONS

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ieghan Gerard, the blogger behind Half Baked Harvest and

03 /// FAVORITE GUILTY PLEASURE/NECESSARY LUXURY?

author of Half Baked Harvest Cookbook that just came out

Staying up late and watching the Harry Potter movies or reruns

this fall. Her blog and cookbook both feature a little sweet, savory,

of Gilmore Girls.

healthy and indulgent recipes from her barn in the mountains of Silverthorne, Colorado. We asked the food photographer/stylist/

04 //// BEST EVERYDAY MEAL?

recipe developer about her favorite things, in and out of the kitchen.

My favorite everyday meal is pretty simple, roasted veggies, a grain (I

like quinoa or brown rice), avocado, and sprinkle cheese + nuts. I also

01 / WHAT DO YOU ALWAYS HAVE IN YOUR FRIDGE?

love making pasta and pizza on busy weeknights too! I like to load them

In my fridge, I always have a surplus of fresh fruits and vegetables.

up with any of the vegetables and leftover cheese I have in the fridge.

Typically I have broccoli, carrots, beets, brussels sprouts, greens, berries, mangos, pineapples, plenty of avocados and fresh herbs,

05 ///// FAVORITE RESTAURANT IN DENVER AND BOULDER?

greens, and whatever veggies/fruit that is in season. During the

Right now I am loving El Five. Their Spanish and Eastern Mediter-

autumn months, I always have apples, pomegranates, figs, winter

ranean menu is my kind of food. 

squash, pumpkin, and plenty of root vegetables. I also keep our fresh goat milk and chicken eggs in the fridge along with Greek

06 ////// THE MOST SATISFYING PART OF CREATING YOUR

yogurt and multiple kinds of cheese.

OWN COOKBOOK?

The most satisfying part of creating my own cookbook was seeing 02 // ANY FOOD YOU DON'T LIKE?

it come to life and knowing that people will be cooking out of it

I am not really a fan of mayo!

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