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LIFESTYLE LETTER

MARCH 2019 PUBLISHER

Andy Manz | amanz@lifestylepubs.com EDITOR

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Chantel Ellerington | chantel.ellerington@lifestylepubs.com

Home Sweet Home “HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS.” It’s a common phrase meaning that our homes are a central place in our lives—where we rest our heads, nourish our bodies and make fond memories with loved ones. It’s the epicenter of our worlds, where we start and end each day.

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Lisa Van Horne, Kelli Ruhl, Amelia Broughton, Gretchen Ferraro, Allyson Reedy, Grey Grimm CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

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This month, we bring you our Home issue, which is full of ideas for creating the best environment wherever you call home. Take a look at page 68 to snag a few tips on how to make your kitchen, bedroom and bathroom more mindful from local experts. With springtime upon us (finally!), there’s no better time for a spring cleaning project or two. Refresh your interior with a few new home décor accents—for inspiration, we included a collection of locally made home goods from Guest House's artist collective on page 114. Or tackle to reset your home into an eco-friendly environment one small step at a time on page 104. We hope this issue inspires you to appreciate the place you call home—both your personal dwelling and our shared community—whether you’ve just moved here or it’s a place your family has lived for generations. Welcome home. Thanks for reading,

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FEATURES 54 Do You Proud Interior Designer Megan Daughtry creates spaces Boulder homeowners are proud to call their own.

68 Home, Simplified How to give your home a mindful makeover one room at a time.

80 Close to Home Staycation destinations right here in Colorado for every speed.

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88 High Steaks Aspen’s Steakhouse No. 316 opens in Boulder—spoiler alert—it's good.

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20 Good Times

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32 Around Town 39 City Scene 47 Open House 54 Locally Owned 63 Back Stage 88 Hot Spot 96 Artist’s Palette 104 DIY 108 Lifestyle Calendar 114 Local’s Choice


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3rd Annual Holiday Bazaar to Benefit Bridge House Now in its third year, the 2018 event spanned two nights and raised over $10,000 for Bridge House, which provides opportunities for adults experiencing homelessness in Boulder and Aurora. Guests shopped 18 local boutiques and makers while enjoying bites prepared by Bridge House’s Community Table Kitchen. Lucky ladies (and gents!) won big in the raffle featuring prizes donated by the event’s vendors and area businesses. PHOTOGRAPHY COLBY EVANS

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1. Davis Thatcher, Tina Merli, Lara DeBroux, Kathryn Derby | 2. Jennifer Quigley, Christy Lea Payne, Michelle deHaven | 3. Molli Walstra, Melanie Melton, Allison Wilder, and Marina Lange | 4. Party co-hosts Christine Suchor, Julie Griffith, and Jessica Helson | 5. Meena Keuer and Patricia Rustanius | 6. Christine Suchor, Bridge House CEO Isabel McDevitt, Jenni Maroney, and Avi Scheinbaum

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“The Happy Runner” Book Tour On January 21st, Boulder Running Company hosted a book release panel with authors and local professional runners, David Roche and Megan Roche, MD. The event was sponsored by Michelle Seward of LIV Sotheby’s International Realty, On Cloud Running and Trails In Motion Film Tour and hosted by Dispatch Radio. DispatchRadio.com PHOTOGRAPHY JAKE TRUJILLO

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GOOD TIMES 1.

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Boulder Premier - LEADMAN: The Dave Mackey Story The sold-out premiere of the film by Billy Yang and Matt Trappe chronicles the incredible story of local ultra runner Dave Mackey, who after a devastating accident and the amputation of his left leg below the knee becomes the first amputee to complete the Leadman competition. Gratitude to Suffer Better founded by Peter Downing and Bob Africa, who organized the film premiere. PHOTOGRAPHY TODD STRAKA

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GOOD TIMES 1.

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A Celebration supporting Boulder Ballet’s Dancers Fund at Todd Reed The exquisite setting at Todd Reed was the perfect backdrop for Boulder Ballet’s Dancers Fund party. As several company dancers performed, guests enjoyed food from Cured and Pizzeria Locale with wine from Frasca. PHOTOGRAPHY JENNIFER POLLMAN 1. Boulder Ballet board members: Adriana Llewellyn, Kathleen Alt & Amy Britton | 2. Terence Britton, Lance Hardin - Boulder Ballet Associate Artistic Director, Ryland Early - Boulder Ballet Company Dancer | 3. Boulder Ballet Company Dancers: Matt Helms & Melissa Heslep | 4. Boulder Ballet Company Dancers: Kelsey Byrne

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7321 Flagstaff Road

$5,995,000

$5,100,000

85%

108

1515 Sunset Boulevard

$4,500,000

$4,500,000

100%

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837 15th Street

$2,400,000

$2,110,000

88%

12

4675 Tanglewood Trail

$2,000,000

$1,940,000

97%

10

1986 Beacon Court

$1,877,000

$1,735,000

92%

69

1840 Hawthorne Avenue

$1,795,000

$1,695,000

94%

74

1064 10th Street

$1,695,000

$1,689,000

100%

13

1475 Chestnut Place

$1,749,500

$1,675,000

96%

27

1631 Gillaspie Drive

$1,600,000

$1,600,000

100%

1

2395 Glenwood Drive

$1,295,000

$1,305,000

101%

4

2372 Willow Creek Drive

$1,395,000

$1,300,000

93%

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2080 Park Lake Drive

$1,300,000

$1,290,000

99%

5

4010 Nevis Street

$1,399,000

$1,280,000

91%

86

1831 Norwood Avenue

$1,290,000

$1,250,000

97%

23

3326 Loyola Court

$1,225,000

$1,150,000

94%

90

7566 Skyway Court

$1,185,000

$1,132,500

96%

212

8901 Sage Valley Road

$1,130,000

$1,130,000

100%

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“Colorado is consistently named one of fastest-growing states in the country, netting more than 70,000 new residents per year over the past 5 years,” Compass Chief Growth Officer Rob Lehman  said in a statement Wednesday. “Given the strong market growth and activity, there is an enormous opportunity to elevate the real estate experience for agents across the state.” Compass is opening the new offices with a dozen agents, who, combined, have generated more than $400 million in sales volume over the past year, according to the announcement. Opened in 2016, the Aspen office currently boasts 35 agents. The Telluride office opened in September. “We’re excited to expand our Colorado presence and pair our technology and resources with some of the most respected real estate brokers in both Denver and Boulder to create an unparalleled experience for home buyers and sellers,” Lehman said. Inman.com

ELDORA ANNOUNCES ACTION-PACKED SPRING, WITH LIVE MUSIC AND FESTIVALS After boasting its earliest opening in twenty years, Eldora is still seeing heavy snowfall and fantastic weather, and that’s not all. The locals-favorite ski area, which lies 21 miles west of Boulder and less than 50 from Denver, has a robust lineup of events and live music calendared from early March through Closing Day on April 14. Headlining spring at Eldora is Subaru WinterFest on March 22-24, featuring Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, Trout Streak Revival, and The Lil Smokies. Visit Eldora’s event calendar for the full slate. Eldora.com/Events

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A LOOK AT LOUISVILLE THERE HAVE BEEN SOME NEW DEVELOPMENTS— LITERALLY—IN LOUISVILLE. WE GOT THE INSIDER SCOOP ...

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“Boulder Creek Neighborhoods is known across the Front Range for the lifestyles that their homes and communities facilitate,” says David Sinkey, president, and CEO of Boulder Creek Neighborhoods. “We build low-maintenance homes designed around living that allow buyers to return to their passions. DELO is an innovative community that features homes designed from the start to be different from the standard two-story family home.” Located with incomparable access and walkability to Old Town Louisville, the DELO community is made up of townhomes, office spaces, apartments and retail locations. With unique floorplans to accommodate a variety of living needs and desires, from three-car garages to numerous bedrooms, flex spaces and main-floor living, DELO offers homeowners the ability to take advantage of the best of Louisville living while enjoying the modern finishes and latest construction technologies in a new home. The design prowess of the DELO community is matched by the impeccable details and craftsmanship it features. Combining brick, stone and colored stucco to create wholly modern streetscapes, DELO homes also include beautiful covered decks and patios perfect for enjoying the Colorado sunshine. All these benefits make DELO an extraordinary place to live—not to mention the community’s proximity to Old Town Louisville. “It’s hard to overstate the convenience factor of living at DELO,” says David. From the overall geographical benefits of living in Louisville (easy access to Boulder, Denver and Denver International Airport) to the small town charm, street fairs, events, world-class restaurants, eclectic shops and farmers markets that personify the highly sought after Louisville area, DELO embodies all the best that Louisville living has to offer. “We love the floorplan of our townhome and all the natural light it brings in,” says one DELO homeowner. “We were also very drawn to the walkability of DELO to Old Town Louisville. It’s great to be able to so easily walk to community events, live music and the farmers market in the warmer months, as well as restaurants, cafes, yoga studios, grocery stores, trails and so much more!” 40

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WELLNESS FOR ALL A HUB OF HEALTH & WELL-BEING AT THE NEWLY RENOVATED LOUISVILLE RECREATION & SENIOR CENTER

SOME MIGHT SAY WE’RE SPOILED HERE IN BOULDER COUNTY, WHAT WITH OUR AMPLE SUNSHINE AND NEAR-CONSTANT VIEWS OF THE FLATIRONS AND FRONT RANGE. But taking in the mountains while exercising at the newly renovated Louisville Recreation & Senior Center is a beautiful reminder of just what a special place Boulder County, and Louisville in particular, truly is to live in. A mainstay of the Louisville community since 1990, the Louisville Recreation & Senior Center aims to provide a place for Louisville’s residents of all ages to enjoy recreational activities and leisure services to enhance their overall wellness. The center’s recent renovation was the result of a grassroots initiative by community members, from youths to seniors, voicing their needs and desires for a larger facility.

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“Our goals with the renovation were to increase both our space and program offerings,” says Kathy Martin, superintendent of Recreation and Senior Services with the City of Louisville. “We’re so excited to have been able to double our square footage and add so many new programs, spaces and amenities.” The Louisville Recreation & Senior Center truly has something for everyone to enjoy. The new building was designed to take advantage of the abundant daylight that Colorado’s 300 annual days of sunshine provide. From a new turf gym to two new pools, a cardiovascular and weight room with Flatiron views, spin studio, racquetball courts, gymnasium, game rooms, multi-purpose rooms and so much more, the revamped facility continues to be a focal point of Louisville living. “We hope to be the hub of the community and to be able to offer infants to seniors the opportunity to learn, grow and age all in one place,” says Kathy, “and this renovation has helped us achieve that.”

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The Trail Home INDOOR/OUTDOOR LIVING PERFECTED AT BOULDER'S TRAILHEAD

TRADITIONAL AND UNCONVENTIONAL. Creative and technical. Rustic and modern. Natural and industrial. Think

“We wanted a home that allowed us

about how you’d describe Boulder’s signature style, and

to live the indoor/outdoor lifestyle

you’ll likely find yourself listing one glorious contradiction

that is part of what makes Boulder so

after another. When these often dichotomous elements of style and design are combined, however, the result can be

special,” says homeowner Kelley Gil.

a truly unique and distinctive collection of homes. Welcome

“There’s nothing like letting the crisp

to Boulder’s Trailhead. Nestled between the Mapleton Historic District and

morning air fill up our main floor and

Newlands neighborhood, Trailhead gives homeowners the

having a living space that so perfectly

opportunity to design and build a home in a truly incomparable Boulder location. Backing to the open space at the

combines the two.”

foot of Mount Sanitas, the neighborhood boasts easy walkability to Downtown Boulder and includes several access points to the Sanitas trail system, making it ideal for those seeking to immerse themselves in Boulder’s dual benefits of natural beauty and urban happenings.

The house features numerous additional details that bring unique personality and creativity to the space.

One home in Trailhead, in particular, is an ideal repre-

Having used a neutral color palette as their foundation,

sentation of the indoor/outdoor lifestyle synonymous with

the homeowners look forward to incorporating bright

Boulder living.

and vibrant artwork into the home’s interior design. The

“Our approach in designing this home was to maximize

basement also features a finished wine room in which

the benefits of its indoor/outdoor living potential,” says Dale

the homeowners can store vintages that hearken to their

Hubbard, owner and principal with Surround Architecture.

many world travels.

“You can live and gather towards the back of the home with

Part of the beauty of Trailhead is its array of uniquely

the semi-private outdoor enclave or towards the front with

designed homes, each one different than the next. It’s also

the wraparound front porch and beautiful streetscape.”

still in the process of becoming. Trailhead includes 23 total

Taking on an organic, transitional style with subtle

lots with 19 of them sold, 17 developed into finished homes

modern touches, the home is bathed in natural light

and two currently under construction. Out of the four lots

and warmth while maintaining a clean, contemporary

remaining, one is now being made available for purchase.

feel. The interior features impeccable details, such

A 12,197 square-foot lot that is the last available in Trailhead

as the Carrera marble island slab, while the exterior

that backs directly to open space, 2601 3rd Street (Lot #20) is

expertly combines elements of cedar, steel, rainscreen and

being offered at $1,639,000.

stone. Separating the main living room and backyard area is a large glass wall that, when open, creates a seamless,

For more information about this newly available lot, contact Julie

natural living space.

Meko with Compass at 303.931.6555.

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FOR MEGAN DAUGHTRY, HOME IS

With time and experience, Second

TRULY WHERE THE HEART IS—NO

Nature naturally evolved into what is now

MATTER WHOSE HOME IT MAY BE.

Proud House Studio, a true embodiment

Through her interior design company,

of Daughtry’s desire to help homeowners

Proud House Studio, Daughtry seeks to

create beautiful, functional spaces. She

help people find “a great sense of bliss

found studio space in an old distillery

in their home, cocooned in comfort

and envisioned transforming the space’s

and surrounded by gorgeous finishes,

three small tasting rooms into an inspiring

fixtures and furnishings.” The daughter

design studio, complete with a full kitchen

of an architect, Daughtry is inspired by

installation and a collection of Daughtry’s

change, and credits her upbringing for

favorite building materials. Her hope is for

her ability to “see beyond the existing

her new location to be “a welcoming space,”

structure and envision a new space.”

featuring a carefully curated collection of

Though Daughtry has always harbored a

design and decor products intended to

love for design, she took a two-decade

make design decisions exciting instead of

detour into the service industry before

daunting. Also, she plans to offer a variety of

circling back and making it her life’s

events and at the studio, from art shows and

work. Her first company, Second Nature

seasonal design parties to floral arrange-

Interiors, came to fruition after Daughtry

ment and cooking classes.

left her job as Director of Retail at PrAna,

From her new and improved home

earned her National Kitchen and Bath

base, Daughtry continues to find inspi-

certification, and designed her own small

ration in each new design opportunity,

backyard studio.

using her well-honed ability to “read”

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her clients to help bring their visions to life while sticking to their budget and remaining true to their style. For each new project, Daughtry takes into consideration her clients’ unique taste, their collections, and their home’s architecture as a starting point, and from there, she explains, “the house tells me how it wants to be trans-

“ t h e h o u s e t e l l s m e h o w i t wa n t s t o be transformed through its stories of those living there, how they live, a n d w h at t h e y l o v e . . .”

formed through its stories of those living there, how they live, and what they love...I make sure traffic patterns have good flow, structural changes are minimal, the budget is applied, and voila!” As far as current design trends go, Daughtry is loving “the evolution of modern interiors that honor the mid-century style of most Boulder homes while elevating them with modern technology.” She extolls the virtues of a “timeless palette,” which for her includes clean

Design Assistant Lisa Gambiana + Designer/Owner Megan Daughtry

white walls—Benjamin Moore’s Simply White is a favorite—black window and door

frames,

and

white

oak

floors.

For adding color, Daughtry loves desert neutrals that “evoke a sunrise moment,” complemented

by

another

popular

trend—woven natural textures in lighting, furnishings and baskets. In her own home, the designer finds particular comfort in her Henry Sectional from West Elm: “It’s where I start my day at 5 a.m. with coffee, journaling, watching the sunrise and setting my intentions for the day.” It's the perfect space for Daughtry to focus on creating perfect spaces for everyone else.

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FIND YOUR DESIGN 1 . SE A R CH F O R S O M E O N E WH O SE STYLE IS IN SYNC WITH YOUR OWN. While any designer is skilled at studying your taste and channeling it into your design, you’ll get the best results from someone whose fundamental approach mirrors what you imagine for your home. 2. LOOK FOR CERTIFICATION. National Kitchen and Bath Association certification indicates that your designer is current on building codes, industry standards and trained in software that can facilitate 3D renderings and “fly through” presentations before investing in their recommended selections. 3 . PAY F O R YO U R K I TCH E N A N D BATH REMODEL DESIGNS. You can get “free” help at any home center, cabinet shop or kitchen remodeling company, but in reality, their fee is built into the cost of the products. That can limit your options and result in costly errors due to a lack of hands-on project management. 4. SHARE YOUR ACT UAL BUDGE T. Discussing money can feel awkward, but there are beautiful design solutions for every budget, and a good designer will maximize their client’s investment wisely and achieve the function desired.

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LIVE Music

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WHAT'S PLAYING AT BOULDER THEATER AND FOX THEATRE.

THE SUBDUDES WHEN: Saturday, April 6th, 2019

ANTONIO SANCHEZ & MIGRATION WITH WALTER GORRA GROUP

THE STEELDRIVERS

WALTER GORRA GROUP

WHEN: Thursday, March 14th, 2019

WHAT TIME: Doors 7:00pm / Show 8:00pm

WHEN: Friday, March 29th, 2019

WHAT TIME: Doors 7:00pm / Show 8:00pm

TICKETS: Tickets available at Boulder Theater

WHERE: Boulder Theater

TICKETS: Tickets available at Boulder Theater

Box Office, by phone at (303)786-7030 or at

WHAT TIME: Doors 7:00pm / Show 8:00pm

Box Office, by phone at (303)786-7030 or at

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TICKETS: Tickets available at Boulder Theater

BoulderTheater.com

COST: $30.00 - $35.00

Box Office, by phone at (303)786-7030 or at

COST: $29.50 - $39.50

WHERE: Boulder Theater

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Over the course of 25 years and ten

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albums, the New Orleans-formed group

Unbound to one regimen, but best described as a bluegrass-based band,

The Subdudes have quietly become one

A five-time Grammy Award Winner, Golden

The SteelDrivers are defined by qual-

of America’s national music treasures.

Globe Award nominee and BAFTA Award

ity and consistency. What began as a

Led by singer/guitarist Tommy Malone

for Best Film Music, Antonio Sanchez and

casual get-together in 2005 became a

and accordionist, John Magnie, they

Migration—John Escreet on piano, Fender

fully committed band that signed with

draw most of their inspiration from the

Rhodes and Prophet Synthesizer; Matt

Rounder Records in 2007. With four

sounds of their native New Orleans,

Brewer on acoustic and electric bass;

highly acclaimed albums and any num-

blending blues, gospel, funk and R&B

Thana Alexa on vocals and effects and

ber of Rogers, bassist Mike Fleming,

with their own harmony vocals; their

Chase Baird tenor saxophone and EWI

guitarist Kelvin Damrell, mandolinist

sound is also notable for the band’s

are not one to miss this spring. Mexican

Brent Truitt and banjoist Richard Bailey

substitution of a tambourine player,

born and raised drummer and composer

make there rounds to festivals and ven-

Steve Amedée, for a drummer. Tim Cook

Antonio Sanchez became a naturalized

ues across the U.S.

rounds out the band on bass.

American citizen in 2016 and passionately speaks to the unjust criminalization of immigrants and the breathtakingly casual cruelty in the enforcement of border policies by the Trump Administration in his acclaimed musical expression.

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ARTICLE AMELIA BROUGHTON

LADYSMITH BLACK MAMBAZO

JOY WILLIAMS (OF THE CIVIL WARS)

CASS MCCOMBS (AND HIS BAND)

Special Guest Anthony Da Costa WHEN: Sunday, March 17th, 2019

WHEN: Wednesday, March 20th, 2019

WHERE: Boulder Theater

WHEN: Tuesday, March 12th, 2019

WHERE: Fox Theatre

WHAT TIME: Doors 7:00pm / Show 8:00pm

WHERE: Fox Theatre

WHAT TIME: Doors 7:30pm / Show 8:00pm

TICKETS: Tickets available at Boulder Theater

WHAT TIME: Doors 7:30pm / Show 8:00pm

TICKETS: Boulder Theater Box Office, by phone

Box Office, by phone at (303)786-7030 or at

TICKETS: Boulder Theater Box Office, by phone

(303)786-7030 or online at FoxTheatre.org

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COST: ADV $18.00 DOS $20.00

COST: $25.00 - $40.00

COST: $22.50

For over 50 years, South Africa’s five-

Joy Williams is the winner of four Grammy

album, Tip of the Sphere, was released

time Grammy Award winners, Ladysmith

Awards. She has released four solo

February 8, 2019. It counts what has

Black Mambazo has warmed the hearts

albums and four EPs since her self-ti-

unfolded in the wake of his last album,

of audiences worldwide with their uplift-

tled debut in 2001. She was half of The

Mangy Love, which was named a “Best

ing vocal harmonies, signature dance

Civil Wars from 2009 until 2014, after

Rock Album of the Year” by Pitchfork,

moves and charming onstage ban-

which she released her solo LP, 2015’s

featured in the Washington Post’s “Best

ter. Now led by the four sons of group

VENUS. Her current tour precedes the

Music of 2016,” plus many other best

founder Joseph Shabalala, an infusion

release of her highly anticipated new

of 2016 lists, and was his overall most

of youthful energy and the promise of a

album, Front Porch, due later this spring

critically praised album. Engineered

bright future has a firm grip within the

via Sensibility/Thirty Tigers. Two songs

by Sam Owens (aka Sam Evian), Tip of

group. With deep respect for both their

from the forthcoming record—“Canary”

the Sphere features the core band of

cultural and personal history, Ladysmith

and “The Trouble With Wanting”—were

McCombs (guitar, vocals), Dan Horne

Black Mambazo is ever-evolving with an

recently released to critical acclaim.

(bass), Otto Hauser (drums) and Frank

Cass

eye toward their long musical legacy.

McCombs’

ninth

full-length

LoCrasto (piano, organ, and more).

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HOME. A home is not necessarily about the walls that surround you, but about the rituals that take place between those walls: Gathering around the table to share family meals, relaxing in a hot bath surrounded by candles or turning in for the night with a favorite book or bedtime story. With the help of local experts, here’s how you can create mindful spaces within your kitchen, bedroom and bathroom to encourage these rituals. You’ll find there’s a common theme: Simplifying your home to make room for the things that really matter.

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KITCHEN

Lentine Alexis Culinary Director, Cured Boulder; former professional athlete; classically trained chef; culinary consultant in the sports/ wellness field and soon-to-be cookbook author

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Born and raised in Boulder, Lentine Alexis’ love affair with food began when she was racing in endurance events all over the world. “Without giving our bodies—literally—the flavors and sensations they’re asking for, we don’t stand a chance of achieving the athletic or personal goals we dream of,” Lentine says. “To be our best, we have to eat our best. How can we possibly be limitless if we limit ourselves in the way we eat? “For me, that means meals made with whole ingredients, grown, cultivated, raised and produced with care and attention to our evolved ecosystem at large,” she says. “I try to avoid subscribing to mass-market practices whenever I can, and I believe it's important to buy locally whenever possible, and the simpler the process, the better.” Her culinary style? “Fancy/lazy: Beautiful ingredients make the meals fancy, but the preparations are never complicated,” Lentine says. KITCHEN ESSENTIALS + Keep the kitchen clean. “As a professional chef, the state of your workspace is a mirror into what your brain space looks like,” Lentine says. “Having a clean space will make it easier to cook, but making the space feel special will help make your meals more special, too. I have a collection of personal objects, tiny vases I fill with flowers and other pretty items right in my kitchen with me.” + Weck jars to organize pantry ingredients + Pretty little bowls for refrigerated food/ingredients + Several grades of olive oil for cooking, salad dressings and finishing + Jacobsen’s Flaky Sea Salt for everything + Beurre de Baratte butter, sold at Cured and for slathering on toast… or anything else + Bjorn’s Propolis Honey is a great, vital ingredient + Grains, flours and at least one loaf of whole-grain bread + Adaptogenic herbs to stir into soups or sprinkle in teas + Anything found at the farmer’s market or local farm stand, especially locally grown vegetables and fruits + High-quality, locally and humanely raised meat (try Western Daughters’ monthly CSA meat box—WesternDaughters.com) Please visit LentineAlexis.com and CuredBoulder.com for more information.

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Damiana Corca

Founder, Corca Center for Sleep and Radiant Health; doctorate

in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine (April 2019) and upcoming certification with the Institute of Functional Medicine

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Since moving to Boulder in 2011 by way of Chattanooga, TN (she is originally from Romania), Damiana Corca has devoted her acupuncture practice to helping people sleep better. In fact, she’s one of the few acupuncturists in the country who focuses solely on sleep disorders. For Damiana, it is a holistic approach. “When someone seeks help for sleep issues, I still look at the whole body,” she explains. “Insomnia is just a cry for help that your body can’t adapt to the conditions it may have, such as anxiety, depression, gut issues, hormonal transitions or pain. Once I have a clear picture of what is going on, I treat both insomnia and the associated conditions.” A typical course of treatment is 12 sessions, but most people start seeing a difference around the fourth or fifth weekly treatment. But, in addition to acupuncture, good sleep starts in the bedroom. To start, set aside about one hour to wind down before bedtime, and wake up at the same time each morning to teach your body consistency. “Even if you don’t see immediate results, once you stick to this routine for a while, you will notice an improvement,” Damiana promises. “Lastly, one of my favorite bedtime rituals is to tell myself that whatever happens during the day, stays within the day,” Damiana says. “Writing down thoughts, worries, tasks for the next day helps to let go. Then, every time my mind goes back to any of those thoughts, I repeat to myself, ‘there is nothing I can do right now; I will deal with it tomorrow.’" BEDROOM ESSENTIALS Clear the clutter from your bedroom, let in some fresh air every day, set the temperature to about 62 degrees, banish electronics at least an hour before bedtime and include these elements: + Breathable sheets, such as cotton + An alarm clock that is not your phone + Ambient light for evening reading + Diffuser with lavender oil + Herbal tea, such as Yogi’s Soothing Caramel Nighttime Tea + A good mattress and pillow, free of toxins + Blackout curtains to reduce any light coming into the bedroom Please visit CorcaSleepCenter.com for more information.

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Imagine tossing your serums, soaps, moisturizers, shampoos and conditioners (and the time-sucking routine involved with using all these products) for a few multipurpose gems that keep your skin, hair and teeth clean and healthy from the inside out and outside in? Fueled by their mutual desire to change how we view and use personal care products, this is why, shortly after moving to Boulder, Vincent Cobb founded Akamai in 2017 with his wife, Marni Shymkus. Their mission is to disrupt an industry known for products over-laden with chemicals, milelong ingredients lists and steep price tags. “Simple lifestyle changes can help save the environment, save money and waste less, while streamlining and simplifying,” Vincent explains. This philosophy has guided Vincent since he launched his previous business, reuseit.com, in 2003, where he raised consumer awareness about the problems with use-and-toss items like plastic bags and bottles, long before toting your reusable grocery bags and BPA-free water bottle around was de rigueur. With Akamai, it’s about more than just creating environmentally friendly and “clean” personal care. “I want to reinstill a sense of rationality, wisdom and truth in this area that we connect with day in and day out,” Vincent says. BATHROOM ESSENTIALS A key part is to streamline your daily routine. “Do less, not more,” adds Vincent. Akamai Essentials Plus Kit These are daily core essentials for clean and healthy teeth, skin, hair and body. + Mineral toothpaste—All-natural toothpaste with clays, trace minerals, fulvic acid and liposomal CoQ10 + Skin Fuel—Multipurpose oil for body, hair and aftershave + 3 in 1 Bar—All-natural soap bar for shampooing, shower and shaving + Razor handle—Clean razor handle design compatible with the best blades + Fulvic mineral complex—Aids in full body health while supporting vibrant skin, teeth and hair from the inside out. + Tongue cleaner—Removes odor-causing bacteria from your tongue, it’s an $8 cure for bad breath. “Simplifying your personal care routine gives you more time to practice mindfulness-awareness,” says Vincent. These are the daily morning rituals he practices: + Drink a full glass of water with lemon to detox first thing in the morning + Adopt a morning ritual of meditating for 10 minutes + Write in a gratitude journal two to three times a week + Do calisthenics or stretches to boost your energy Please visit AkamaiBasics.com for more information.

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POOR FARM GUESTHOUSE If a slower, quieter way of life is what you’re after, it doesn’t get more idyllic than the historic Poor Farm Guesthouse in Salida, Colorado. Owners Shae and Brady of Dram Apothecary were seeking respite from the frenetic pace of the Front Range when they purchased the historic property two years ago. Once a working home for the destitute, the 100-year-old farmhouse has been lovingly brought back to life as an airy, modern space to rest, rejuvenate, and be inspired, all infused with Dram’s natural, holistic approach to life.   “It’s been a place  where we could reset and recommit to our dreams, and we hope our guests feel that a bit, too,” says Shae.  Situated along the Arkansas River and neighboring a state wildlife preserve, fishing, hiking and rafting abound. Stunning views of the Airbnb.com @dramapothecary 

Collegiate Peaks and an “unbelievable” night sky might tempt you to grab a bottle of wine and soak up the scenery from the privately accessed beach. While nearby Salida has plenty to offer, with shops, restaurants and hot springs, let’s get real: with a guesthouse this heavenly, you may never want to venture out.

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It’s safe to say he succeeded. The Ramble takes its inspiration from the French Salons of the 17th century, where community was forged over discussion and sometimes… um, lively (read: rowdy) debate. Situated in the RiNo Arts District, the hotel is designed to be the perfect place to gather and relive a show, gallery, or meal you’ve enjoyed about THE RAMBLE HOTEL

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partnered with The Ramble to provide drinks, bites and hospitality

hotel, lodging actually came second to his passion for

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connection and service.

in New York. The Ramble is also home to Vauxhall, an independent

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gathering space complemented by a level of all-day

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Drink RiNo, running 5pm-12am every First Friday. Hop on and off at multiple locations throughout the district, visiting studios, breweries, shops and eateries along the way. Afterward, head back to The Ramble — whether to crash in one of their plush, stylish rooms, grab a chair and plan tomorrow’s gallery visit, or simply grab one last mind-blowing drink from the Death & Co bar.

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KEYSTONE KEEPSAKE Escaping to the mountains is a great staycation destination anytime of year, which is why this firstfloor townhome in Keystone—that sleeps ten—is a great getaway for families or a big group looking to get out in the great outdoors. With a lovely open-concept living area, the townhome makes for a great vacation all year long. Close to Keystone Lake and Keystone Resort, this three bedroom, three bathroom mountain townhome is a luxury base camp so you can conveniently catch the free shuttle to the Resort’s slopes, trails and spa. If you’re hitting the slopes, Keystone is open for night skiing so you can ditch the crowds (and mountain traffic) and enjoy days of shredding. In the winter enjoy the largest outdoor, Zamboni-maintained ice rink in North America on Keystone Lake right outside your door. If you’re planning to go to Keystone during the warmer weather, follow Tram Road to Keystone Lake, half a mile away, for paddle boating in the summer. Or head to the Adventure Center and rent bikes to explore the area on two wheels.  For those who wouldn’t consider themselves outdoorsy and are looking for a little peace and quiet, the spa is only steps away and Booking information on Keystone

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HOT SPOT ARTICLE ALLYSON REEDY | PHOTOGRAPHY BRITTNI BELL WARSHAW

IN ITS PR IME ASPEN’S STEAKHOUSE NO. 316 OPENS IN BOULDER

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steakhouse. In fact, they’ve perfected it. The original 316 has been thriving in Aspen for seven years, and the couple wanted to expand IN AN AGE OF OUTLANDISH TRENDS AND

their swanky steakhouse to a market with

FLASHY, INSTA-WORTHY EVERYTHING,

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THERE’S COMFORT IN KNOWING EXACTLY

When the former Conor O’Neill’s space just

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Take the steakhouse. Once upon a time, the

jumped on it. But there was a lot of work involved

steakhouse was fine dining. It wasn’t just a fine

to transform the, well, less-refined Irish pub into

dining option; it was the only option. It’s where

a sexy and sophisticated destination steakhouse.

you went to celebrate anniversaries, birthdays

Craig, along with the chefs and managers, did

and promotions; the restaurant of choice for a

much of the work themselves—antiquing the

great meal for life’s great occasions.

wallpaper, laying 5,000 square feet of 120-year-

Nowadays the way we eat is a little differ-

old pine floors and installing the kitchen shelv-

ent—Fusion! Fancy-casual! Farm-to-table!—

ing. They spent six months renovating the

which only makes the steakhouse that much

restaurant, and for the things they couldn’t do,

more special. It’s not trying to wow you with

they hired the best. The result is stunning.

its creativity or reinvent foods that don’t

The dark paneling and tufted red velvet

need reinventing. The humble steakhouse

banquettes create a moody vibe, while

just wants to serve you a perfectly cooked

the white tablecloths and ornately framed

hunk of meat, maybe some creamed spin-

portraits and paintings keep it formal. The

ach and whipped potatoes, and that sort of

lounge is a very cool and very welcoming

single-minded reliability isn’t just admirable,

place in which to hang out—even if you’re not

it’s mouthwatering.

having dinner at the restaurant.

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“I don’t just want this to be a place you go to for dinner a few times a month,” Craig says. “I want you to come grab a drink or meet friends in the lounge or at the bar, even if you’re not having dinner. I want you to use it as your living room, really.” Assuming your living room is super dapper and filled with gregarious, charming people that is. Tops at 316 for gregarious and charming is Craig himself. The South African native will almost certainly make himself known when he’s at the Boulder steakhouse—he says he and Samantha will be splitting their time between Boulder and Aspen—regaling guests with tales of wine, food and how he went to sell his original restaurant but instead came away from the meeting with even more restaurants. Craig and Samantha were mindful of responsible sourcing for both the food served in and the design of the steakhouse. For example, the kitchen is outfitted with eco-friendly mechanics like the advanced hood system that’s equipped with heat sensors to preserve electricity when not in use. All of this is well and good, but you want to know about the food, right? The top-quality meat comes from hand-selected cattle raised on independent farms and ranches. The Kansas City strip and cowboy rib-eye are both great cuts, but really you can’t go wrong.

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Whether you’re there for the meat or not, you won’t want to miss the sides, starters and salads. The Japanese oysters are incredible, as is the tuna tartare and bone marrow and sweetbreads appetizer. People go nuts over the tableside Caesar salad, and your steak will only taste that much better when paired with truffle mac and cheese and miso-glazed shishito peppers. If you’re a steakhouse purist, don’t worry: 316 also serves the requisite creamed spinach. The wines are as carefully chosen as the food, and the cocktails, like the Bird of Paradise with tequila and passion fruit liqueur, will almost certainly lift your spirits. When we’re surrounded by uncertainty in everything from the weather to politics, there’s great comfort in knowing exactly what to expect from a meal. Steakhouse No. 316 rises to those expectations, reminding us that there’s beauty in simplicity and deliciousness in restraint. Steakhouse No. 316 Steakhouse316.com 1922 13TH ST.  BOULDER, CO 92

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THE STORY OF BORIYA AND CO. IS AS LAYERED AND INTRICATE AS THE MACRAME PIECES ITS FOUNDER, AMIE PHILLIPS, CREATES. Phillips, who has long been a versatile artist, began Boriya after spending three years living between India and Colorado, as she ran a non-profit income generation project for Rajasthani women in the South Asian country. Born of the convergence of Phillips desire to earn an income while staying home with her then six-month-old, and her wish to continue her work with her community in India, Boriya was for its first year a platform for the artwork of India’s Jogibasti community. Eventually, it became clear that it was easier for the Jogibasti women to sell their wares directly to tourists, and so Boriya evolved into a channel for Phillips’ own creations. Phillips was drawn into the world of macrame after seeing beautiful pieces showcased on social media, and she utilized her background as a river guide—and the extensive knowledge of knots it had imbued her with—she began to make pieces of her own. Three years in, Phillips now spends her days juggling life as a wife, mother and small business owner. As if her various wholesale accounts and the slew of custom and commercial projects on her plate don’t keep her hands busy enough, the artisan also teaches macrame workshops multiple times a month. In the years to come, Phillips hopes to find herself living in the mountains with her family, with a full-fledged studio, a few co-workers, and, hopefully, the opportunity to once again work with her community in India. In the meantime, her days are full to the brim, as she good-humoredly explains: “the phrase ‘a woman’s work is never done’ ran through my head before I became an entrepreneur, but now it’s reached a whole new level!”

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7:00 AM

Wake up to the song “Staring at the Sun” by TV on the Radio and hit snooze.

7:10 AM

Time to really get up. Pull back blackout curtains to let the sun in, do some asanas and read the daily liturgy in Book of Common Prayer while the tea kettle heats.

7:20 AM

Open the front door to get a few breaths of cold fresh air and greet the day. Back to my closet to pull on my “work uniform”: a pair of Madewell overalls I wear more often than not and a goldenrod t-shirt.

7:30 AM

Putz into the kitchen to make my usu-mate’ latte with grass-fed butter and a green smoothie (flax milk, handful of greens, half an avocado, spoonful of almond butter, half a banana and collagen) and start eggs and toast for Imogen and Michael.

8:00 AM

Wake Imogen (my spunky and sweet 3.5-year-old) up, snuggle her then talk her into putting on daytime clothes.

8:20 AM

Pack Imogen’s lunch while she eats in the sunny breakfast nook and finish getting her ready for school.

8:45 AM

Take Imogen to preschool—it’s called Parents Day Out, and I sure take them up on that.

9:00 AM

Scan Classpass to pick a yoga/barre class. Decide on Samadhi Vinyasa 9:30-10:30 sesh.

10:45 AM

Drop off wholesale plant-hanger order at Green Lady Gardens (great new houseplant shop on Santa Fe).

11:30 AM

Back at my home studio. Look over planner and flowchart to prioritize what I need to accomplish today.

11:45 AM

Check some emails while snacking on celery and almond butter. Get an email from California requesting a custom plant hanger to accommodate a large, sprawling plant. Yes, I can do that! Get measurements and send design ideas.

12:00 PM

Email Delanie at The Craftsman and Apprentice about spring macrame workshops. Turn on new Gregory Alan Isakov album “Evening Machines” and squeeze in an hour and a half on a custom wall hanging (a birthday gift for someone’s wife—how sweet!).

1:30 PM

Lunchtime: chicken over beetroot and greens salad with lemon juice and olive oil.

1:45 PM

Imogen is home from preschool. Quiet time for her and productivity time for me (more macrame).

3-5 PM

Another yerba mate’, dabble at my projects while juggling Imogen, household chores and dinner prep.

5:00 PM

Dinner with Michael and Imogen. We eat a regular favorite: buffalo burgers over spaghetti squash with cilantro pesto.

5:45 PM

Follow dinner with homemade spiced hot cocoa to satisfy my chocolate craving.

6:00 PM

Play a couple of rounds of speed scrabble with Michael before the bedtime/clean-up swap.

6:30 PM

I take dishes, Michael ushers Imogen to get her ready for bed.

7:00 PM

Imogen's bedtime. Clean up the lingering toys and socks and return to finish the wall hanging.

8:00 PM

Pull out another ongoing custom project—a giant textile rainbow for a hip family’s LA home. As I work, I shuffle through podcasts before turning on the next episode of Tidying Up. I have only succeeded in “Marie Kondo-ing” what we affectionately refer to as “Mt. Saint Laundry” thus far.

10:00 PM

Brew a cup of tulsi tea while chatting with Michael, then curl up to read the book my friend Lisa Gungor recently published: The Most Beautiful Thing I’ve Seen.

11:00 PM

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+ ON FINDING INSPIRATION: “Leonard Cohen said it best when he said, 'if I knew where inspiration came from, I’d go there more often.' I do try to make space for quiet, so I can listen for the ideas as they come. I find when I fill my world with noise that it taints my ability to be guided by creative inspiration and Spirit.” + FIVE WORDS TO DESCRIBE YOURSELF: “Amiable, adventurous, nurturing, free-spirited, resourceful.” + WHAT’S IN A NAME? “Boriya is a berry that grows in northwestern India’s harsh, desert climate. Originally when I started, I was working with women from Rajasthan, and they reminded me of the succulence of this fruit-thriving regardless of the desert climate and lack of opportunity.”

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industry altogether, look for sustainable

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tion. Learn how much water your landscape

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2. There are excellent companies that strive

needs and what times—ask a professional

grades. Bring your own containers, using

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canvas bags or re-use your plastic bags.

1. Avoiding palm oil altogether is nearly

labels like RSPO or Green Palm.

fellow man. WWF and RAN are the leaders—you can ‘protect an acre,’ or virtually

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addition of a few household plants.

the worlds transportation systems combined.

some of these DIY alternatives: 1. Humans are prone to stress, anxiety and sea-

Additionally, it takes roughly 2,400 gallons of 1. Get your baking soda and vinegar back out

sonal affective disorder. Play with soil, walk in

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the park and try keeping a potted lavender plant

drains, deodorizing and cleaning carpet stains.

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less for one full day a week. That’s 52 days a

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year and could reduce your impact by 15%!

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Fill up a spray bottle with white vinegar, spray

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