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Departments 18

Good Times

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Around Town

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Realty Report

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Artist’s Palette

36

Culinary Creations

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Open House

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Hops & Vine

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Hot Spot

36 Kids in the Kitchen

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Trend Setter

Chef Casey Easton’s Food Lab is drawing Boulder’s youth into

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Back Stage

the world of cooking.

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Lifestyle Calendar

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Parting Thoughts

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50 Playing Hooky

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57 Revel, Revel

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Good Times

Boulder Country Day Gala

Boulder Country Day School held their annual Gala and Auction event on October 21st at St. Julien Hotel. Parents, alumni and sponsors came out to raise funds for everything from school improvements to curriculum enhancements and celebrate this year’s theme, “Around the World in 80 Days.” PHOTOGRAPHY BY OLIVER PHOTOGRAPHY.

Eva Nelson, Leslie Peng, Patricia Knight, Dr. Gail Albertson, Janet Humphrey, Emily Gebhardt Dr. Jaclyn Arends, Janet Ashack

Elizabeth Wright and Rod Mazzone

Deirdre and Brad Fayfield

John Suitor

Amy and Alan Marschke

Month of Modern's Wrap Party

If you weren’t among the 200-250 people who attended the Month of Modern Wrap Party on October 26, you were missed and you missed out! With an incredible menu, great beer and wine and two DJs throwing down, it was THE place to be. PHOTOGRAPHY BY LISA DOANE.

Audi Flatirons

Jennifer Egbert, Leah Colby

Leah Civiok, Lauren Folkerts, Harvey Hine, Stephanie Bingham, Cherie Goff, Lindsay Beukhof

Jeff & Micheline Stone

Joe McGuire

Guests dancing

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Good Times

Audi Flatirons Grand Opening

Audi Flatirons Boulder recently hosted a launch event for their new dealership at Highway 36 and Northwest Parkway. Guests enjoyed local fare by Blackbelly and Cured, as well as drinks from the Cocktail Caravan. Local favorites The Samples headlined the event with a live concert. PHOTOGRAPHY BY KELSEY HUFFER.

Ryan Watson, VP & General Manager

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Ryan & Rebecca

Crystal with Cocktail Caravan

Audi Sport Skydiver

Sean Kelly & The Samples

The Post Brewing Soft Open

The Post Brewing Company celebrated their opening on Halloween Night, complete with friends, family and good tunes from Dead Floyd. Their gluten-free fried chicken and porch-crushing beers are the crown jewels of the menu, but there were the laughs and ruckus had by all. PHOTOGRAPHY BY PETER WALLACE (WALLYOGRAPHY).

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Good Times

Todd Reed Boulder Showroom Remodel Event

Todd Reed celebrated their 7th year of their Boulder showroom and the unveiling of their expanded showroom. This year also marks Todd's 25th year as a renowned artist and jewelry designer. PHOTOGRAPHY BY FELICIA MEYER.

Showroom expansion

Calder Gumucio Davis, Todd Reed, Dan Stern, Andrew McConathy from The Drunken Hearts and Joy Novick

Miranda Kyger, Paul Kimbiris, Michelle Dehaven

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Cocktails by Cocktail Caravan

Eleanor & Hobb's Sip N Shop

A group of women gathered for good on Thursday, October 19 to raise money for Callie’s Backyard Foundation. In three short hours, we raised $1550 to donate to Jackie Long and her team at CBY. Thank you to Juliet Boyd for sharing their story. PHOTOGRAPHY BY ERIN COX ELC PHOTOGRAPHY.

Shelly Storey, Kate Saunders

Davetta Garcia, Tracy Hobbs, Sara Lockwood and Juliet Boyd

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Sara Lockwood, Meadow Tarves, Juliet Boyd, Isabella Boyd


Good Times

Colorado Horse Rescue's Mane Event

Over 200 animal enthusiasts gathered at the Westin Hotel, Westminster for Colorado Horse Rescue's Mane Event: Heroes for Horses. The generous and energetic crowd helped raise much needed funds for the horses, the programs that support them, and efforts to find them all forever homes. PHOTOGRAPHY BY ROXANNE CAPAUL.

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Good Times

Dia de los Muertos

First Annual Dia de los Muertos event hosted by All about the Kids at eTown, benefitting Attention Homes and Blue Sky Bridge. Thank you everyone who came out to spend the night mingling and dancing. The celebration consisted of food and drinks, face painting, performances and music. PHOTOGRAPHY BY KELSEY HUFFER.

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ICON Photography Show

ICON was what many described as "the social event of the year." Over 550 people attended the opening party that united Boulderites from all walks of life depicting their successes and presence in our city. It created a memory of Boulder's history and highlighted its characters. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JENNIFER LOBO.

Susan Knickle, Trudi Horowitz

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Geoffrey Keys, Todd Reed, Shandele Gumucio

Guests enjoying the artwork

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Around Town

AROUND TOWN

LOCALLY OWNED CURATED BOUTIQUE, HAVEN, IS EXPANDING AND MOVING TO PEARL STREET Haven, a locally owned, curated lifestyle boutique is expanding and moving to 1640 Pearl Street mid-November. Just in time for holiday shopping, Haven will open its doors with a freshly curated selection of vintage, home goods, clothing, and unique gift items. “We are thrilled to join the incredible community of independent shops and eateries/Boulder institutions like Chelsea, Cured, BoxCar, Two Sole Sisters as well as the new kids on the block, Truman Barbers and The Food Lab! It’s such a creative and vibrant area of downtown and we truly can’t wait to be a part of it.” Haven opened in September of 2016 on Folsom Street, between two other Boulder institutions, The Village Coffee Shop and Bart’s Records. The original shop will officially close on December 31st. To learn more about the shop, the move or to book an interview, contact Michelle DeHaven at 720 383 1670 or email, michelle@ havenboulder.com, or visit HavenBoulder.com

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in downtown Boulder. Featuring an expanded menu and a new brewing facility, The Post takes diners back to the old days of Colorado—a rustic, cozy interior, homemade meals, sturdy drinks, and a warming sense of home. The full-fledged brewery is run by lead brewer Nick Tedeschi, who worked side-by-side with founding brewmaster Bryan Selders from day 1. The rotating tap line-up will include Post classics and seasonal favorites such Howdy Beer, Townie Ale, Ol' Zippy Premium American Ale, Rooster Cruiser IIPA, 1771 IPA, Dry Stout,

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BEAVER CREEK TO DEBUT RED BUFFALO PARK DURING 2017-2018 SEASON To improve the experience for beginner and intermediate skiers and further establish Beaver Creek as the world’s best luxury family resort, Beaver Creek Resort is dedicating more than 200 acres of terrain as a family and adventure learning area. Red Buffalo Park, located at the mountain’s highest elevation, 11,440 feet, provides 13 trails designated as a family learning area. At the heart of Red Buffalo Park, the new Red Buffalo Express Lift (#5), a highspeed quad, will improve the beginner experience by decreasing lift lines and providing a shorter, 4.3 minute ride to the top of the mountain. Red Buffalo Park amenities include Kids’ Adventure Zones, snow sculptures, Park 101 and Zoom

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Room terrain parks, and a dedicated Ski School Skills Zone on Upper Sheephorn trail. Beaver Creek Ski & Snowboard School students will have access to the new Cookie Cabin, a mountaintop refuge serving Beaver Creek’s famed, fresh-baked chocolate chip cookies daily. “Red Buffalo Park is all about more time skiing with your family in an area that focuses on beginners and intermediate skiers and riders. Upgrading Red Buffalo

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access to the amazing beginner terrain at riding the lift and more time skiing,” said Beth Howard, chief operating officer of Beaver Creek Resort. “We expect this improvement to take significant volume off Cinch Express, Beaver Creek’s second most-popular lift, and it really is an improvement befitting of Beaver Creek’s luxury, family experience, as

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6600 S. Boulder Road, Boulder Offered at $4,795,000 The Boulder Ice House Ranch is for sale for the first time. This unique Ranch has many historical features including Douglas Fir beams and Posts from an 1800's Denver Ice House, custom ironwork, barn, arena, 45 acres conservation easement, all located 10 minutes to downtown Boulder and 25 minutes to Denver.

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12345 Spring Valley Road, Larkspur Offered at $995,000

80 expansive acres with sweeping views of Pikes Peak that are nothing short of spectacular. The simple, clean lines of this contemporary home reflect the scenery and blend seamlessly into the surrounding landscape. Includes a 4-stall barn and 36x48 fully insulated workshop.

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Realty Report

Boulder Realty Report

ADDRESS

ORIGINAL PRICE

SOLD PRICE

%SOLD/ORIG

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427 Pine Street

$3,800,000

$3,500,000

92%

186

3055 Lafayette Drive

$3,850,000

$3,500,000

91%

18

2669 4th Street

$3,495,000

$3,365,000

96%

111

2060 5th Street

$2,899,000

$2,899,000

100%

156

900 Valley Lane

$2,250,000

$2,115,000

94%

157

377 Ord Drive

$2,250,000

$2,100,000

93%

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3105 Kittrell Court

$1,980,000

$2,050,000

104%

3

2345 Balsam Drive

$1,995,000

$1,950,000

98%

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3083 8th Street

$1,799,000

$1,875,000

104%

4

580 Pleasant Street

$1,850,000

$1,790,000

97%

38

7252 Old Post Road

$1,875,000

$1,775,000

95%

113

2110 Columbine Avenue

$1,765,000

$1,765,000

100%

77

2233 15th Street

$1,725,000

$1,725,000

100%

3

3025 17th Street

$1,850,000

$1,700,000

92%

97

3135 4th Street

$1,650,000

$1,640,000

99%

120

5060 2nd Street

$1,675,000

$1,625,000

97%

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820 Pearl Street E

$1,695,000

$1,600,000

94%

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

R ECENT SAL ES of 2017 SOLD

SOLD

SOLD

900 Valley Lane, Boulder | $2,115,000

3083 8th Street, Boulder | $1,875,000

2257 Mead Drive, Boulder | $1,300,000

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

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Artist’s Palette

From Italy, With Love THE ARTISAN TOUCH: TIMELESS FINE JEWELRY BY MARCO BICEGO

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legant. Classic. Rich. Handcrafted. These are just a few ways to describe the incomparably

crafted jewelry designs by Marco Bicego. A colorful blend of classic and modern, Bicego’s styles embody the care and craftsmanship instilled in him through years of experience and immersion

LISA: Does your Italian heritage influence

in the creation of fine jewelry in his native Italy.

your work and designs?

“We love the organic nature of Marco’s collec-

MARCO: Definitely. The inspiration behind my

tions,” says Emily Lantaff, style advisor, and man-

jewelry is deeply rooted in my Venetian heri-

ager at Walters & Hogsett Jewelers in Boulder

tage, and all of my collections are still hand-

where Bicego’s styles are featured. “The hand

crafted by goldsmiths in my atelier in Italy.

texturing creates wearable pieces that are rich

LISA: What are some of your jewelry’s sig-

in color and look amazing on everyone.”

nature styles and elements?

We asked Bicego how he came to create

MARCO: Hand-engraved gold, hand-twisted

such unique, striking jewelry.

coils and gorgeous pops of multi-colored gem-

LISA: Tell me about your story. When did you

stones are the tenets at the heart of my brand

begin designing jewelry?

and are reflected in each piece of my jewelry.

MARCO: Jewelry truly runs in my blood. My

LISA: What are some of your favorite pieces?

father founded a gold chain business in Vicenza

MARCO: I’m very proud of my latest collec-

in Italy that evolved into quite a successful com-

tion, Masai, which offers the look of liquid

pany. I grew up spending every summer at his

gold in jewelry form. The Lunaria collection,

atelier watching expert craftsmen at work and

updated with the addition of black mother of

trying my hand at making objects of my own.

pearl, is also incredibly lovely.

After many years of apprenticing and working

LISA: What are you most proud of in your

with my father, I debuted my collection in 2000.

work as a designer?

LISA: Where do you draw inspiration from

MARCO: I love that my brand hasn’t had to give

for your pieces?

in to trends to stay relevant and wearable. My

MARCO: I find inspiration in the nature and

pieces, while modern, still have a very classic

architecture around me, particularly during my

and timeless feel that will always be in style.

travels. The majority of my collections are named after countries I’ve visited, including Africa, Cairo, Murano and Jaipur. My Africa collection, for example, is inspired by the glisten of the Sahara’s dunes. My Jaipur Color collection, with its incorporation of multi-colored semi-precious stones, is inspired by tropical Indian sunsets and the stone-cutting heritage of Jaipur. ARTICLE LISA VAN HORNE

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KIDS IN THE KITCH Culinary Creations

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CHEF CASEY EASTON’S FOOD LAB IS DRAWING BOULDER’S YOUTH INTO THE WORLD OF COOKING, ONE DELICIOUS RECIPE AT A TIME.

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aptivating kids in the kitchen is just one of Casey Easton’s many specialties. Founder and chef at Food

Lab in Boulder, Easton employs her knowledge of a vast vari-

ety of cooking and baking techniques to teach people aged 6 and up how to craft stunning meals, appreciate healthy ingredients and utilize new skill sets and flavors. Easton began by teaching adults, but after becoming a parent herself, she began hosting classes for kids. As she learned firsthand, getting youth involved in cooking and baking is not only a blast but is also highly beneficial for the kids. Easton explains, “...it is such an important life skill to be able to feed yourself…[kids] get to know what real foods are, and it helps divert them away from processed junk.” Additionally, teaching kids to cook is an invaluable way of broadening their palates, as they are much more likely to try foods that they think are ‘weird’ at first glance once they realize what the food is actually made from. Pesto, for example, is a something that most kids will automatically claim to dislike; however, when you show them what goes into it—parmesan, basil and nuts, three things many kids love—they often change their tune. Easton notes that when kids get to create a new food themselves and see what goes into it, they are far more likely to try it and like it. For Easton and her family, the holidays are a great excuse to craft classics like pumpkin and berry pies. For those wanting to get their children interested in cooking at home, the season provides ample opportunity to get them engaged. Bringing out a child’s inner chef really boils down to getting them involved. With that in mind, Easton has provided us with a tried-and-true, kid-pleasing recipe guaranteed to get Boulder's next generation of culinary masters off to a strong start (with a sweet incentive).

BERRY PIE DOUGH: 1¼ cup flour 2 TBSP sugar ½ tsp salt ½ cup cold butter, cut into pieces 2 TBSP shortening ¼ cup water BERRY FILLING: 4 cups fresh or frozen berries 1 to 1 1/2 cups granulated sugar 4 TBSP cornstarch 1 ½ TBSP butter 1 TBSP sugar

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Place berries in medium saucepan over medium heat, cover. Cook until the cherries lose 3/4 of their juice, about 5 minutes. Remove from heat. In a small bowl, mix the sugar and cornstarch together. Pour this mixture into the hot berries and mix well. Return the mixture to the stove and cook over low heat until thickened, stirring frequently. Remove from the heat and let cool. If the filling is too thick, add a little water, too thin, add a little more cornstarch. Prepare your crust. Divide in half. Roll out each piece large enough to fit into an 8 to 9-inch pan. Pour cooled berry mixture into the crust. Dot with butter. Moisten edge of bottom crust. Place top crust on and flute the edge of the pie. Make a slit in the middle of the crust for steam to escape. Sprinkle with sugar. Bake for about 50 minutes. Remove from the oven and place on a rack to cool.

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Open House

Crafting a Home CREATIVE INNOVATION AND COLLABORATION RESULT IN A STUNNING HOMECOMING FOR A PAIR OF RETURNING BUFFS.

ARTICLE KELLI RUHL PHOTOGRAPHY KYLIE FITTS DESIGNER KRISTIN KEIFER

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hen it came time to find their dream home, Jim and Suzanne knew exactly

where they wanted to go: back to their roots. The CU alums, who currently live in California, have meticulously maintained their connection to Boulder, routinely bringing their family back to ski, fish and, of course, go to Buffs' games. Though they have called California home for many years, they’ve always known that, ultimately, Boulder was where they wanted to be. When the couple began planning their move back to Boulder, they searched for almost two years before finding Trailhead, a development nestled at the base of Mount Sanitas, just a short walk from Pearl Street. They loved the location, but their newly purchased lot came with limitations: the property was smaller than they had anticipated buying, and came with building guidelines specific to the development. Their challenge lay in finding a way to build the home they’d been dreaming of—a welcoming, spacious retreat for family and friends—within those guidelines.

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A FEW OF INTERIOR DESIGNER KRISTIN KEIFER’S FAVORITE THINGS • 1960s Swedish Rosewood Arne Norell Sirocco Safari Chairs • Custom-made White Chapel Hardware • Leather Bar Stools from BDDW • Walnut cabinetry crafted by Matt Olivas at The Artisan Shop • Vintage Rugs

Jim and Suzanne brought in TreeLine Homes, led by Contractor Derek Guarascio and Project Manager Candice McGuire, to build the house, and Interior Designer Kristin Keifer, a close family friend, to consult. The group tweaked architectural elements where they could and added their unique touches. One distinct example of their innovation is a blued-steel staircase with floating walnut treads, Jim’s favorite part of the home, which functions as both a beautiful addition to the home’s interior and a fundamental piece of its architecture. Another inventive feature came to about after Guarascio got creative with a steel support beam in the basement—essential, but not aesthetically appealing—and turned it into the anchor for a stunning CONTINUED >

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glass-walled wine cellar. Other notable elements include a downstairs living room that morphs into a screening room, a stone patio that features an Argentinian barbecue and a NanaWall—a Germanstyle wall of folding glass panels—which opens up the front of the house to provide unhindered access to the front porch and garden. Keifer selected pieces for the home’s interior carefully, wanting the beauty of the architecture to speak for itself. She pulled inspiration from Jim’s contemporary style and Suzanne’s traditional style, blending the two seamlessly while simultaneously imbuing the home with a European charm. She sought to create simple, clean lines, avoiding trends and instead focusing on creating a look that was timeless and refined. Calcutta gold marble countertops, center-cut white oak floors and hand-painted Tabarka tiles (Suzanne's favorite) are striking examples of how Keifer brought her vision to life. Jim and Suzanne’s warm, contemporary alpine home is a feat of creative ingenuity; TreeLine’s innovative designs, Keifer’s inspired style, and Jim and Suzanne’s trust and passion for the project culminated in a gorgeous home, perfectly suited for the couple’s return to the Flatirons. 46

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IN YEARS PAST, ELDORA HASN’T EXACTLY BEEN KNOWN AS THE GO-TO PLACE FOR PRIME SKIING. According to Sam Bass, Eldora’s new marketing director,

Powdr Adventure Lifestyle Co, Eldora's new parent company, is dedicated to changing that.

BASS SAYS, “WE’RE NOT A BIG RESORT…WE ARE THE BACK POCKET SKI AREA OF BOULDER COUNTY, SO WE WANT TO LEAN INTO THE LOCAL CULTURE HERE AND GROUND OUR BRAND AROUND THE BOULDER LIFESTYLE.”

For a local skier, the idea of a corporation owning such a nearby mountain might not sound like good news. Many big companies lose the heart of a ski area, as they become too focused on making profits and creating a cohesive business model throughout all of their resorts. Bass promises that Powdr is different.  John Cumming, Powdr’s CEO, went to CU in the ’80s and participated on the ski team, utilizing Eldora’s proximity to Boulder for practices. He lived in Nederland for a time, and he co-founded Mountain Hardware in 2000. He's no stranger to the Front Range, in fact, he has been a local. “Powdr’s strategy is for each resort to invest in their own excellence… They want each property to retain its local character,” Bass explains. “They want each resort to sort of survey what makes it unique and invest in that, and emphasize those things.” According to Bass, one of Powdr's corporation-wide priorities is for all of their mountains to support things like local business and charities, the communities they are a part of. Along with this, they are dedicated to focusing on sustainability and long-term investments in the resort's futures. For Eldora, some of these long-term investments have included infrastructure improvements such as the new six-person high-speed chairlift opening this season and renovations made to the main lodges. Bass says that Eldora has been listening to feedback from locals and are making changes based on what they’ve heard. Wifi at the resort will now be free (and faster), the restrooms have been redone, and the restaurants will have new recipes on the menus. One of Eldora’s biggest selling points has always been the resort’s proximity the Boulder (and the fact that you don’t have to get on I-70 to go skiing), but weekends at the resort can be crowded. If you’re skiing on the weekend and aren’t willing to make an early-morning call time, Bass says it’s better to wait for the afternoon shift. Or, better yet, come up on a weekday when the powder is fresh, and the parking lot is empty. With Powdr, Bass thinks the resort will finally make Boulder County residents proud to call themselves local Eldora skiers. “We realize that it is a lot more than a new brand campaign and saying we’re doing this. We recognize that we actually have to show that and bring it to life in meaningful ways,” Bass says.

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PLAYING HOOKY AT ELDORA Weekdays are always less busy at Eldora so if your work schedule is flexible or you can work remotely, play hooky for a day. 7:00 am:

Leave Boulder by heading up Canyon Road which turns into CO-119, it's an almost straight shot up to Edlora

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Arrive at Eldora (One major benefit of coming up on a weekday? Less competition for parking.)

8:00 am:

Stop for a coffee at the newly renovated Timber’s Bar to get your energy levels up

9:00 am:

Get on the new high-speed lift and take a few runs up and down the mountain

12:30 pm:

Take advantage of Eldora’s newly improved (and free) wifi and send some emails  to the office and grab a quick lunch at one of the lodges at the base area

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If you need to head back to Boulder for the afternoon, sneak in one last run before calling it a day and arrive back in Boulder forty minutes after you’ve clipped out of your bindings. 

b) 1:00 pm:

If you're one of the lucky ones that get to make a day of it, hop back on the mountain and take some more laps.

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Chances are that late afternoon, you'll need to stop for a break and a hot chocolate (or a beer), so take advantage of the on-the-mountain lodge, The Lookout at Corona Bowl, because everything tastes better at 10,800 feet. 

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Revel, Revel OUR HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE IS ABOUT TO MAKE YOUR LIST A LITTLE BIT LONGER

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here’s nothing quite like the feeling of giving someone you love the perfect gift. This year, we teamed up with local business

owners who let us into their homes to showcase an incredible list of items—all from local stores. From a throw for your friend who loves to stay in when the temperatures drop, to a salt block for your dad who loves to grill, to something special that your sister would never buy for herself…this year’s gift guide has you covered.

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HANGING BROWN THROW | Brown Woolywood Throw | Alpine Modern | $288 BLACK TREE PLANTER | Fawns Leap STOOL | Alpine Modern | Leather Camp Stool | $175 WHITE THROW | Cedar and Hyde | Natural Sheepskin in Ivory by Farmhouse Pottery | $185 RUG | Canoe Club | Vintage Chimaya Blanket | $1200 FLOWERS | Fawn’s Leap COFFEE TABLE BOOK | Alpine Modern | The Outsiders | $60 COFFEE TABLE BOOK | Alpine Modern | Cabin Porn | $36 (“Artichoke”) PLANTER | Revampt | $28 TRAY | Revampt | Wooden Tray | $68 RING SCULPTURES | Homebody | Ceramic Linked Tara Earrings by MQuan Studio | $725 CANDLE | Cedar and Hyde | Le Feu Candle | $62 BLUE PILLOW | Cedar and Hyde | Shadow Pillow in Indigo by Minna | $180 PINK PILLOW | Cedar and Hyde | Velvet Pillow by Edie Ure | $100-192 TAUPE SHEEPSKIN | Homebody | Taupe English Hide | $247

POSS LAMBERT: JEANS | Cedar and Hyde | Chimala Used Ankle Cut in Medium Repair | $475 SWEATER | Cedar and Hyde | Elisa Sweater in Cotton by Caron Callahan | $380 NECKLACE | Cedar and Hyde | Matchbank Pendant by Sophie Buhai | $795

ALEX DALTON: SWEATER | Canoe Club | Howlin Sweater | $280 JEANS | Canoe Club | Levis Vintage Clothing 1954 501s | $240

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In the Living Room with POSS LAMBERT + ALEX DALTON |

"We keep the fireplace going most nights, so we like to

CEDAR & HYDE MERCANTILE

have an abundance of pillows, blankets and sheepskins lying around—having 3 fuzzy dogs doesn’t hurt either!" -Poss Lambert

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REVEL, REVEL (CON TI N U ED) STOOL | Alpine Modern | Leather Camp Stool | $175 PLANTER ON STOOL | Cedar and Hyde | Large Planter by BKB Ceramics | $115 COFFEE TABLE BOOK | Alpine Modern | The Outsiders | $60 BUD VASES | Alpine Modern | Bonbon Mini Vases Set of 3 | $130 BLACK PLANTER WITH JADE | Cedar and Hyde | Cast Iron Footed Bowl by Hawkins New York | $40 CHAIR | HW Home | Jolie Chair in Fergus Brown | $1650 Â

POSS LAMBERT: SWEATER | Cedar and Hyde | Oversized Rollneck in Light Grey | Lauren Manoogian | $350 PANTS | Cedar and Hyde | Chimala US Arm Herringbone Cargo Pant | $325

ALEX DALTON: SWEATER | Canoe Club | Howlin Sweater | $280 SHIRT | Canoe Club | Harford Paul Shirt | $175 BANDANA | Canoe Club | Vintage Trunk Down Bandana | $100 JEANS | Canoe Club | Levis Vintage Clothing 1954 501s | $240 BOOTS | Canoe Club | Truman Boots | $580

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THROW | HW Home | Burma Railway Throw by Lily Koi | $265 LAMP | Revampt | Recycled Skateboard Edison Bulb Lamp | $165 BEAR | Cedar and Hyde | Bear Puzzle by Locknesters | $96 TRAY | Alpine Modern | Cross Tray | $42 NAPKINS | Homebody | Set of Four Grey Parquet Cocktail Napkins | $72 GLASSES | Homebody | Belgium Glasses with Gold Rims | $25 each DECANTER | Homebody | Belgium Decanter | $46 WHISKEY STONES | The Singing Cook | Whiskey Stones for Two by Teroforma | $37.99 WOOD OWL | Alpine Modern | Pugh Wooden Owl | $44 TEQUILA | Atlas Valley Purveyors | Codigo Tequila

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In the Kitchen with WILL + CORAL FRISCHKORN | CURED

“Give a gift with thought, sentiment and a little bit of fat.”

RED DISH TOWELS | Cured | Jean Vier Linen Dish Towels | $24.75 BUD VASES | Alpine Modern | Bonbon Mini Vases Set of 3 | $130 COOKBOOK | Half Baked Harvest | $15.99 APRON | Cured | Hedley & Bennet Cured Apron | $105 CORAL’S HAT | Haven | Lovely Bird Brooklyn Stiff Felt Fedora in Navajo White | $188 CORAL’S SWEATER | Island Farm WILL’S SHIRT | Cedar & Hyde WILL’S PANTS | Nod & Rose

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ASSORTED JAMS AND CHOCOLATES | Cured | The Frasca Red Pepper Jelly | $10 | Cured House Preserves | $7 | Bjorns Propolis Honey | $22 | Jojo’s Sriracha | $13.95 | Bitterman’s Black Truffle Salt | $37.95 I Love Jam Apricot-Almond Preserve | $13 | The Fine Cheese Company Wholemeal Crackers | $8 STEMWARE | Cured | Zalto Bordeaux Wine Glass | $61 each KNIVES | YORE | Opinel Knife Set | $19 AERATOR | Alpine Modern | Wine Breather Carafe | $49.95

SALT SLAB | Cured | Culinary Grade Salt Block 10x10 | $65.95 PLUG | Yore | by Conway Electric | $59 CANDLE | Haven | Boy Smell, Redwood | $28 COOKBOOK | Half Baked Harvest | $15.99 CAST IRON SKILLET | The Singing Cook | 10” Finex Cast Iron Pan w/ Lid | $199.99 WHITE DISH TOWEL | Cured | Jean Vier Linen Dish Towel | $24.75

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Getting Dressed with ELIZABETH ROSE | NOD & ROSE

“There are so many parties and family gatherings during this time, I feel like my bathroom might reflect that. Makeup and jewelry everywhere and one of my children getting into my perfume, lotion, the list goes on.”

ELIZABETH ROSE: SHIRT | Nod & Rose | Amuse Society | $38 PANTS | Nod & Rose | Dolan | $188 SHOES | Two Sole Sisters | 3387 by La Bottega di Lisa in Nero/Anthracite | $396 RING | Todd Reed | Custom Ring BRACELET | Walters & Hogsett | Stockton Cuff by Lika Behar | $1430

ALCHEMY FACE BAR BLUSH | Loose Mineral Blush in Candy Tuft LIP GLOSS | Sorella Apothecary Avocado Oil Lip Hydrator LIPSTICK | Alchemy Lipstick in True Red BODY OIL | Native Nectar Botanical Body Oil

FIORI FLOWER Cement mini planters with air plants BALM | Aillea | Olio E Osso No. 3 Balm in Crimson | $28 BAR SOAP | Spinster Sisters Co. | Orange Blossom Rose Petal | $10.50

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BRA | Eleanor and Hobbs | sequin bra by Chan Luu | $80

BATH BOMBS | Eleanor and Hobbs | Formula 55 Bath Bomb | $6 each

KEY HOLDER | Eleanor and Hobbs | Orbitkey | $80

GEODE | Alchemy Face Bar

FACE SERUM | Spinster Sisters Co. | Face Serum | $42

BAR SOAP | Spinster Sisters Co. | Orange Blossom Rose Petal | $10.50

BODY OIL | Native Nectar Botanical Body Oil

BATH SALTS | Aillea | OY-L Bath Salts in Tiare Lime | $20

CANDLE | Spinster Sisters Co. | 10 oz Soy Lotion Candle | $37.50 LIPSTICK | Alchemy Face Bar | Lipstick in True Red BEADED EARRINGS | Salihah Moore NECKLACE | Black Bird and The Snow | Tiny star gold diamond necklace | $265 John Atencio RING | John Atencio Bridal Collection, Chiffon Engagement Ring | $3655 *one carat mounting RING | John Atencio One-of-a-Kind Signature Morganite and Diamond Ring| $8175 WATCH | John Atencio | John Atencio Men’s Collection, Pantheon Timepiece | $1395 Walters & Hogsett RING | Ocean Ring by Like Behar | $3960 NECKLACE | Owyhee Wild West Jasper by Lika Behar | $3090 BRACELET | Walters & Hogsett | Stockton Cuff by Lika Behar | $1430 Todd Reed CHAIN BRACELET | 18 karat yellow gold, sterling silver, raw diamond cube | $3630 EARRINGS | 18ky, silver, autumn diamonds | $8250 RING | 18ky gold, sterling silver, silver brilliants, white brilliants | $4050

(left) DRESS | Barbara and Company | Sleeveless Velvet Dress in Baltic by Lauren Vidal | $252 SWEATER | Barbara and Company | Boucle Lantern Sleeve Sweater in Charcoal by Margaret O’Leary | $232 NECKLACE | Wandertree Co. by Wendy Talmon

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REVEL, REVEL (CON TI N U ED) WALLPAPER | WallTawk | Dino Paper by Sian Zeng BACKPACK | Alpine Modern | Mueslii Backpack Mini, Spanish Orange | $56 BOOK | Pitter Patter | Bunny Slopes by Claudia Rueda | $15.99 COLORED SCULPTURE BLOCKS | Two Hands Paper | Charlie Monster Block Set by Uncle Goose | $50 ALPHABET BLOCKS | Alpine Modern | Pat Kim Areaware Wooden Alphabet Blocks | $45 OWL | Alpine Modern | Donna Wilson Monty Stuffed Animal | $75 BEAR CHAIR | Alpine Modern | White Bear Footstool | $475 BLANKET (ON BEAR) | Alpine Modern | Donna Wilson Mini Blanket, Fox in the Woods Mustard | $75 BOOK | Timbalier Dry Goods | Snow Puppy by Marcus Pfister | $17.95 BOOK | Timbalier Dry Goods | The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg | $19.99 BOOK | Timbalier Dry Goods | First Snow by Bomi Park | $16.99 BOOK | Timbalier Dry Goods | Blizzard by John Rocco | $17.99 LARGE TOY CAR | Pitter Patter | Maverick Thunderlane Toy Car by Play Forever UK | $56.00 SMALL TOY CAR | Pitter Patter| Verve Malibu Toy Car by Play Forever UK | $31.00 OCTOPUS | Timbalier Dry Goods | Jellycat London Odell Octopus | $51 PENGUIN | Timbalier Dry Goods | Jellycat London Huge Bashful Penguin | $63 POLAR BEAR | Timbalier Dry Goods | Jellycat London Huge Pax Polar Bear | $63 BOYS’ LIGHTNING BOLT T-SHIRT | Nest | Appaman | $34

Being a Mom with

“The holidays make me feel nostalgic for my childhood. I love lighting candles and eating latkes (using the same recipe that’s been handed down for generations).”

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BATYA STEPELMAN | WALLTAWK


CHAIR | Design Within Reach | Eames® Molded Plastic 4-Leg Armchair (DAX) THROW | Timbalier Dry Goods | Luxury Faux Fur in Khaki by Pandemonium Millinery | $129 RUG | Pitter Patter | Washable Rug in Grey Clouds by Lorena Canals | $200.00 LATKES CARD | Timbalier Dry Goods | Dear Hancock I <3 Latkes Card | $4.95 BOYS’ SHIRT | Nest | Prefesh | $34 STAMPS | Two Hands Paperie | Yellow Owl Rubber Stamps | $9.99 GNOME CRAYONS | Two Hands Paperie | FCTRY Gnome Crayons | $10.99 COLORED PENCILS | Two Hands Paperie | Jungle Vine Twig Pencils | $7.99 CASES | Two Hands Paperie | Sass and Belle Panda and Cacti Suitcase | $12.99 - $16.99 COLORING BOOK | Two Hands Paperie | Rebel Girls Goodnight Stories Coloring Book | $8.99

WALLPAPER | WallTawk | Small Flowers in Blanc Andy Warhol for Flavor Paper POM BEANIE | Heloise | PomPom Hat | $38 ROBOT TOY | Heloise | Robotop | $45 TOY SET | Heloise | Maileg The Princess Mouse and the Pea | $50 BOOK | Pitter Patter | Santa's Autograph Book by C.R. Gibson Gifts | $8.00 BOYS’ GREEN BOOTS | Heloise | Pepe Suede Boots | $138 GIRLS’ HEADBAND | Pitter Patter | Felt Floral Crown Headband by Baby JackByrd Handmade Designs | $38.00 GIRLS’ PONCHO | Pitter Patter | Grey Poncho by Kids the Frog | $50.00 GIRLS’ LEGGINGS | Pitter Patter | Green Knit Leggings by Lali Kids | $32.00 GLITTER BOOTS | Heloise | Joyfolie Kaitlyn Booties | $84

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In the Outdoors with JEDD ROSE + MARK HANSEN |

CHAIRS | Mountain Standard | Camp Chairs | $88 BACKPACK | Topo Designs | Trip Pack (Olive) | $89 DUFFLE BAG | Topo Designs | Mountain Duffel 60L (Red) | $169 MUGS | Topo Designs | Topo Designs x Miir Camp Mugs (Black and White) | $25 TENT | Marmot | REI

JEDD ROSE: HAT | Topo Designs | Watch Cap (Black) | $22 JACKET | Topo Designs | Anorak (Red) | $289 PANTS | Topo Designs | Field Pants (Olive) | $89

MARK HANSEN: PUFFER | Topo Designs | Puffer Hoodie (Spruce) | $249 PANTS | Topo Designs | 5 Pocket Denim Pants | $149

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TOPO DESIGNS

“I definitely love being able to go out in the cold and cross-country ski, hike or sled with my son, even do some ice fishing and then come back inside and sit by the fire and hunker down. Sounds totally cheesy greeting card style but it really is great.” -Jedd Rose


BOOTS | Danner Boots | Mountain Light Cascade | Danner.Com| $360 SOCKS | Mountain Standard | Merino Wool Camp Socks - Mid Weight | $14

JACKET | Topo Designs | Anorak (Red)| $289 MUGS | Topo Designs | Topo Designs x Miir Camp Mugs (Black and White) | $25 CAMPING UTENSILS | REI | from $34.99 LODGE CAST IRON DUTCH OVEN | REI | $54.95 BLANKET | Topo Designs | Topo Designs x Woolrich Camp Blanket CAMP FOOD | Mountain Standard | Green Chile Salsa | $5.90 POUCH | Topo Designs | Accessory Bag | $13 BOOZE | Leopold Bros Whiskey | Decaf Coffee Liqueur | $34.98 | Avery IPA SUNGLASSES | Zeal Optics | Fleetwood | $169 SUNGLASSES | Zeal Optics | Capitol | $149

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Hot Spot

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pening up a new restaurant in Denver’s highly competitive market is a daunting task. Opening six new restaurants, all of which have their own unique ambiance and kitchen staff with the talent to

cater to all dietary needs, sounds impossible. But New York raised Justin Cucci, restaurateur, and chef, and Colorado-local Megan Baldwin, director of operations and development, have made it happen. These two joined forces when Cucci’s flagship restaurant, Root Down, which opened its doors in 2008, had been thriving for a year. Once the business partnership began, everything else fell into place. They created Edible Beats, a concept group with a philosophy based on locally grown, organic food, in 2009. Edible Beats ensures that the restaurants within the group are environmentally beneficial to the surrounding neighborhoods and the people who live there. Edible Beats maintains 4,000 square-feet of gardens within Denver’s city limits and their buildings run on wind-power. “I always hope we have an opportunity and that we do things well enough that we can be an influence on surrounding businesses,” says Cucci. “Nothing would make me happier than to influence one business at a time.”

"Our goals are simple, just to do the right thing, to keep it real and to get better every day.” Getting better includes creative freedom in the kitchen. Cucci and Baldwin have rounded up kitchen talent that is versatile and well experienced; a staff that is in-tune with the philosophy of Edible Beats. Confidence and trust in kitchen staff have allowed for the restaurants to be accessible to all dietary restrictions at the drop of a hat. Chefs are intuitive and excited about the challenge of satisfying guests and meeting their needs. At the core of Edible Beats is inspiration from the retired buildings that house their restaurants and building décor from upcycled design. Atmospheric décor reflects this through Root Down’s reclaimed mid-century gas station. Their restaurant Linger lives in the building that was once Olinger Mortuary, in which a 1975 GMC RV sits in place of a bar, and a repurposed food truck operates as the kitchen. Ophelia’s Electric Soap Box is nestled inside an 1894-era Victorian brownstone, surviving the changing times in Denver as a brothel turned peep show and finally an Adult Emporium, until transferring ownership to the current holder, Edible Beats. Since opening Root Down in 2008, the concept group has blossomed as a supporter of Denver’s community while opening six other restaurants,  the most recent being El Five, which opened its doors in April of this year. Having accomplished so much in less than a decade, one wonders where this growing empire will set its sights next. Cucci says this is the time to relish in the fruits of his and the team’s labor, “Celebrating the amazing restaurants that we have, the amazing staff that we have, and amazing guests that we have. We just want to revel in getting better at serving the guest and making better food."

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Hot Spot

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5 Denver Restaurant Concepts | 6 Restaurants • Root Down  • Linger • Ophelia's Electric Soapbox • Vital Root • El Five Owned by Chef Justin Cucci  4,000 sq. foot gardens within Denver's city limits  Wind-powered buildings All food restrictions welcome

Q: THE RESTAURANTS ARE SO ECLECTIC. WHICH ONE/ONES DO YOU IDENTIFY WITH MOST?

Justin Cucci | When you put together all the restaurants, Edible Beats is the truest reflection. Not of myself, but of the guest and the team. I think the process maybe reflects me somehow, but the results reflect the staff’s influence and the guest expectations. Megan Baldwin | Ophelia's. That space is such a celebration of the feminine, and the food is what I crave most of all the concepts. I also have a lot of great memories of the buildout, which lasted around three years. The building is steeped in history, and I remember first looking at the space when it was the Adult Emporium ( just a few weeks before we opened Linger), crawling into the basement with a flashlight talking about the possibilities.

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"YOU GOT TO BELIEVE!"

he Drunken Hearts, a Colorado-based Americana band, has been making a name for itself across the state as well as the nation over the last few years. Originally a creative outlet for lead singer and acoustic guitarist Andrew McConathy, the group has grown into an electric five-piece, writing music that is alternately feisty and sensitive, while at the same time always remaining honest and passionate. This month we had the opportunity to chat with McConathy about how the band came together, where they are headed, and, perhaps most importantly, what they are reveling in along the way. CAN YOU GIVE US A LITTLE BACKGROUND ON THE BAND MEMBERS?

I was born in Louisiana and moved to Colorado via Santa Fe, NM when I was in grade school. I started The Drunken Hearts up in Vail around 2010 and Cody, who is originally from Arkansas, joined in 2012. Jon, from New York, joined in 2013, and Alex, from Illinois, in 2014. We just recently brought Kory into the fold in January of 2017, who is also originally from Arkansas (Go Hogs!). It’s been an evolution from day-one, but this lineup is clicking. WHO ARE YOUR GREATEST MUSICAL INFLUENCES?

Our influences are pretty vast – everything from Led Zeppelin to Townes Van Zandt, The Band and Tom Petty to Pearl Jam, and most points in between. WHAT DO YOU HOPE TO CONVEY WITH YOUR MUSIC?

To a certain degree, our music is about conveying genuine, authentic truth; truth in the lyrics, truth in the melodies, truth in the song itself. I hope people believe in our songs and that they enhance their everyday experience on this crazy planet. As Kory often says into the mic at shows, “You got to believe!" YOUR FIRST FULL-LENGTH RECORD, THE PRIZE, COMES OUT THIS SPRING — CAN YOU TELL US ABOUT THE SONGS, THE JOURNEY AND ANY CHALLENGES FACED WHILE CREATING THE ALBUM?

The band as a whole has had quite an evolution to it. What began as three friends who loved to ski and play bluegrass music has grown into this Americana Rock beast. It's been invigorating but hasn’t come without some serious challenges. Founding member and drummer Ted Welles unexpectedly passed away in 2014 while we were trying to record what would become Love & Thirst. As a result, a lot of love and loss is reflected in that record. In comparison, our upcoming album, The Prize, was mostly written while we catapulted across the country, playing shows night after night, and just living in the moment. Overall, I'd say The Prize is about the journey and the chase – living in the moment without losing true sight of one's vision. HOW DO THE DRUNKEN HEARTS CELEBRATE TOGETHER?

The opportunity to travel the country and play music for a living is something that continues to blow our minds every day and is cause for celebration. We revel in the smiles on each face when we look into the audience every night, and we certainly celebrate life– maybe a little too much sometimes, if that’s possible! December 2017 | Boulder Lifestyle

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December

DECEMBER 1

marching bands, lit fire engines, holiday carolers and much more. The

STUDIO ARTS BOULDER HOLIDAY SALE

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DECEMBER 5

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TERRIOR TUESDAYS

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DECEMBER 1 MONKEY BUSINESS: THE ADVENTURES OF CURIOUS

pour the wines by the glass, nearly at wholesale pricing.   The wines are available while supplies last from 5-10pm. Every Tuesday night. ArcanaRestaurant.com

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DECEMBER 16 THE AARON WALKER QUARTET: A GYPSY HOLIDAY CHAUTAUQUA BOULDER The Aaron Walker quartet will be presenting their own gypsy takes on holiday favorites. It will be anything but a Silent Night as the quartet will perform gypsy jazz music from throughout the world. The quartet comprises of Aaron Walker on lead guitar and Luke Smith on rhythm guitar Gary Sloan on stand-up bass and Joe D’Esposito on violin. Chautauqua.com

DECEMBER 21 PICKIN' ON THE STONES THE POST BREWING CO. (BOULDER) Enjoy a jam-grass tribute to The Rolling Stones, performed by some of the area's top players. 8:00pm & 9:30pm showtimes. No cover charge! PostBrewing.com/Boulder

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Parting Thoughts

GATHER PHOTOGRAPHY LADD FORD

We love our community and can't thank you enough for the

We skipped the stress this year and opted for a party

continued support of this publication. We hosted a Holiday

that utilized some of our favorite local businesses, to cre-

Party this year for the staff and creatives that work tireless-

ate a beautiful and memorable evening.

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From the bottom of our hearts, we thank you and wish you a warm holiday season!

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