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LIFESTYLE LETTER

MARCH 2020 PUBLISHER

Andy Manz | amanz@lifestylepubs.com PUBLICATION DIRECTOR

Chantel Ellerington | chantel.ellerington@lifestylepubs.com

Home At Last THE HOME ISSUE! It is always a worthy theme.

EDITOR

Ben Wiese | benjamin.wiese@lifestylepubs.com AD DESIGNER

Miranda Williams LAYOUT DESIGNER

All at once, homes are physical spaces, concepts, cities, feelings, qualities, property, and people. All over the city, the concept of ‘home’ is on display: gorgeous, towering houses with impeccable views; residents walking, running, and riding mountain trails; local businesses making meaningful relationships with customers; college students gathering for a meal; and so on. Boulder, home to many, is malleable enough to not only meet many different require-

Dana Rudolph CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Brianna Blair, Amelia Broughton, Allyson Reedy, Kelli Ruhl, Lisa Van Horne CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

Ryan Culter, Bridget Dorr, Jeff Fierberg, Ted Heron, Phil McKenzie, Poppy + Co., Evan Semon

ments to be considered ‘home’ but also exceptional enough to continuously be a destination folks from all over the world actively seek out. Being afforded the opportunity to call Boulder ‘home’ in any capacity is an incredible stroke of good fortune. It is unquestionably worth devoting a magazine issue to. But part of measuring the true value of a home requires a bit of discomfort on everyone’s part, including, maybe even especially, us here at the magazine.

CORPORATE TEAM CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Steven Schowengerdt CHIEF SALES OFFICER Matthew Perry CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER DeLand Shore ART DIRECTOR Sara Minor OPERATIONS DIRECTOR Janeane Thompson

For a multitude of reasons, reasons both in and out of any single person’s control,

AD MANAGER Chad Jensen

Colorado has a large population of people experiencing homelessness. An essential

REGIONAL SALES DIRECTOR Eric Williams

piece of celebrating the beautiful, extravagant, and brilliant aspects of the home in

WEB APPLICATIONS Michael O’Connell

Boulder is to also acknowledge how undeniably fortunate, for both reasons in and out of any one person’s control, so many of us are to have roofs, doors, walls, electricity, or any aspect of a ‘home’ at all. If this issue resonates in any way, I hope it is due to the hard work from our writers and photographers and because we can all have a better understanding of the value of the home. Enjoy the March issue.

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INSIDE THE ISSUE MARCH 2020

FEATURES 56 Where Mountain meets Modern A Colorado cabin transforms from classic comfort into modern masterpiece

72 Relaunch Say Hello to the Revamped Next Door Kitchen

100 Love at First Sight

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Capturing the Moment Artist Michelle Courier Knew Denver was Her New Home

72 DEPARTMENTS 22 Lifestyle Letter

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26 Good Times 40 Around Town 44 Open House 66 Back Stage 72 Food & Wine 82 Locals Only 86 Culinary Creations 90 Financial Buzz 94 Locally Owned 100 Artist’s Palette 108 Lifestyle Calendar


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Zach Zeldner, Steve Remmert and Patrick Brown Client Appreciation Party Compass’ top realtors, Steve Remmert, Patrick Brown, and Zach Zeldner, kicked off the new year with a lively client appreciation party at famed eTown Hall, featuring music by Denver’s Joe Smith & The Spicy Pickles, and a coat drive to benefit local charity A Precious Child. PHOTOGRAPHY BY PHIL MCKENZIE

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The Colorado Music Hall of Fame: Going Back to Colorado, Class of 2019 In December at Denver’s Mission Ballroom, the Colorado Music Hall of Fame honored their class of 2019. Former Denver Mayor Wellington Webb delivered the induction speech for blues innovator Otis Taylor, followed by a showstopping performance by the Otis Taylor Band featuring Taylor’s daughter and Boulder native Cassie Taylor. Congrats from Audi Flatirons and Boulder Lifestyle! PHOTOGRAPHY BY EVAN SEMON

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1. Backstage: Otis Taylor, guitarist Joe Bonamassa, guitarist Mato Nanji | 2. Chris Daniels, Executive Director Colorado Music Hall of Fame, Otis Taylor, Wilma Webb and former Denver Mayor Denver Mayor Wellington Webb | 3. Otis Taylor playing his electric banjo | 4. Otis Taylor holds up his award from the Colorado Music Hall of Fame | 5. Cassie Taylor, Otis Taylor, Mato Nanji at the Colorado Music Hall of Fame induction concert | 6. A view from the top

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Patagonia Boulder Grand Opening Party Patagonia recently moved its location to 1630 Pearl St, and they wanted to celebrate! On January 23rd, they brought together incredible local restaurants, breweries, musicians, and other vendors to elevate the party. All proceeds went to their non-profit partner The Wilderness Society and it was a fantastic way to celebrate their new home with the amazing Boulder community! PHOTOGRAPHY BY TED HERON

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1. Andy Thorn & Friends providing amazing live music | 2. Employees Lauren, Emma & crew | 3. Our friends from A Small Print Shop screen printing shirts | 4. Community member & dogs, enjoying the party | 5. Lucie Davis repurposing fabric into scrunchies | 6. Patagonia Boulder staff members: Scarlet, Bebe, Gannon, Kat and Jordan

Gala and Dance Party Featuring performances by Boulder Ballet Company Dancers, delicious food provided by GB Culinary, fantastic libations, specially curated silent and live auction, DJ, dancing and more! Help us party for a cause and support the Boulder Ballet and performing arts in our community. Buy Your Tickets Now to The Gala! Tickets $75.00 www.etown.org/events/

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Second Annual Gala and Dance Party Saturday, April 18, 6 - 10pm eTown Hall, Boulder


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DRIVE-BY TRUCKERS On Thursday, January 16th, the Drive-By Truckers played a live show at the Fox Theatre. Drive-By Truckers have always been outspoken, telling a distinctly American story via craft, character, and concept, all backed by sonic ambition and social conscience. Founded in 1996 by singer/ songwriter/guitarists Mike Cooley and Patterson Hood, the band has long held a progressive fire in their belly but with AMERICAN BAND, they have made the most explicitly political album in their extraordinary canon. PHOTOGRAPHY BY RYAN CUTLER, TheShowLastNight.com 1. Drive-By Truckers take the stage | 2. Let’s get to rockin’ | 3. Mesmerized

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mhmraw launch On Saturday, January 25, milehimodern — Colorado’s premier real estate brokerage — launched mhmraw, a publication that espouses mhm’s commitment to celebrating the artistic diversity of Denver and Boulder neighborhoods. The launch was hosted at Dairy Block during the last night of the “True West” art pop-up organized by mhmraw’s cover artist Michael Dowling. MHMRaw.com // MileHiModern.com PHOTOGRAPHY BY JEFF FIERBERG @JFIERBERG

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Todd Reed Gallery and GB Culinary Opening Soirée The official opening event celebrating the Todd Reed Gallery and its partnership with GB Culinary, exclusive farm-to-table caterer. Todd Reed Gallery is now available for private bookings and special events. PHOTOGRAPHY BY TED HERON

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1. Catering by GB Culinary, Floral by Swanky Bastard | 2. Zach and Jessica Zeldner and Kate Kripke | 3. Todd Reed, Leah DiGennaro and Brad Fentress | 4. Eric Knutson, Linda Knutson and Tabatha Klocke | 5. Danon Kloster, Peggy Markel, Paul Cure, Arne Hoecker and Leah Civiok | 6. Coral and Will Frischkorn, Lucian and Maggie Fohr

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Cottonwood Custom Builder’s Holiday Party To celebrate 2019’s success and the start of their 25th year in business, Cottonwood Custom Builder’s hosted a party at the historic Chautauqua Community House. There’s no better way to ring in the new year than enjoying the company of their trade partners, architects, clients, and incredible team! PHOTOGRAPHY BY PHIL MCKENZIE

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1. Dennis Culver (WK Realty), Lisa Kasher (Client), and Lauren Folkerts (HMH Architecture + Interiors) | 2. Brian Hludzinski (Cottonwood Team), Harvey Hine (HMH Architecture + Interiors), Jeff Kasher (Client), and Matt Daigler (Harrison Home Systems) | 3. Kim Neill (Cottonwood Team), Jeff Hindman (Cottonwood’s Founder), Barb Silverman (Coldwell Banker Real Estate) | 4. Hannah Finch Phillips (Cottonwood Team), Ismael Flores (Cottonwood Team), Shawn Mulligan, Suzanne Bohan, Stephanie Bingham, Gail Ramsberger, and Chad Johnson | 5. Dennis and Jan Culver, Roland and Susan Hower, DB and Cindy Wilson, Barb Silverman | 6. David Barry (Barry Painting), John Clarey (Arch11 Architecture), David & Betsy Barrett (Barrett Studio Architects), and Tim Carlin (Client)

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‘TWO RIVERS” CELEBRATES THE TOWN OF LYONS AND THE MUSIC COMMUNITY Local songwriting team, Arthur Lee Land and Carol Lee, wrote the song “Two Rivers” as a tribute to everything that is Lyons, CO. This Americana, FolkRock anthem released a music video that tips a hat

ROSANNE CASH WITH JOHN LEVENTHAL, SHE REMEMBERS EVERYTHING

to all of the influential musicians that have or cur-

On Tuesday, March 10, 2020, the Boulder Theater

rently reside in the tight-knit Boulder County com-

will host Rosanne Cash with John Leventhal. Cash

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COLOR OUTSIDE THE LINES. Think out-

Such striking details were also deployed

side the box. These are the typical directives

in the bathroom remodels, where the team

we hear when a new level of creativity is

transitioned each space to reflect a cooler,

required for any number of projects. But

more modern palette through new fixtures

as Beau Beck, president of Boulder’s Elton

and original tile work. The master bath suite

R Construction, will tell you, sometimes it’s

was similarly given a sleek, modern overhaul

with a few restrictions in place that design

with a new soaking tub, overhead chande-

creativity is truly tested.

lier, steam shower, backlit floating mirrors,

Case in point? One recent Boulder home remodel undertaken by the ERC team. “We had previously done a major remodel

heated floor tiles, elevating the luxury of the space to spa-worthy levels.

in this house focused on the main level

The icing on this remodeling cake? A

kitchen,” says Beck. “In this second phase,

built-in armoire with retractable glass mir-

the goal was to bring the rest of the house

rored doors at the entrance of the master

to the same modern aesthetic and exquisite

bedroom suite that contains a built-in Miele

level of design that we’d achieved with the

espresso machine and bar refrigerator.

first remodeling project.”

Not only did the team achieve this remodel

The ERC team collaborated with Dawn

without making any structural changes to

Wilkinson, CEO, and president of Denver’s

the home, but they likewise worked around

Six Walls Interior Design, to develop the

the lives of the homeowners, who were able

artistic vision for the project and follow that

to stay in the home with minimal disruptions

vision through to execution.

throughout the entire remodeling process.

The heightened standard of consistency

“In a sense, we really had to stay ‘inside the

in style and design meant overhauling a

lines’ with this project,” says Beck. “We were

number of spaces within the home, to the

honored that these homeowners entrusted

tune of six bathrooms (including the mas-

us with this second phase of renovation, and

ter bathroom suite), one powder room, and

we feel this work really elevates the look and

the home’s basement bar area. Honoring

feel of the whole home.”

the house’s existing bones and floor plan, the team breathed new life into each of these spaces without making any structural changes to the home. Through the use of unique materials, colors and mirrors to add light and perceived space to each room, the team both maximized the home’s space and elevated each room to peak modern design. Beginning with the basement bar area, the team drew inspiration from the exclusive, yet cozy feel of classic speakeasy cocktail bars. Dark and light materials are expertly balanced to draw you in while amplifying available light and increasing the feeling of ample space. The dark midnight stain cabinetry is offset with the antique glass tile backsplash with lit floating shelves and a granite waterfall bar edge.

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WHERE MOUNTAIN MEETS MODERN

A COLORADO CABIN TRANSFORMS FROM CLASSIC COMFORT INTO MODERN MASTERPIECE

ARTICLE KELLI RUHL | PHOTOGRAPHY POPPY + CO.

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W

HEN

ONE

PICTURES

A

COLORADO LOG CABIN, A

look of the log with the modern look the Baileys sought.

CERTAIN IMAGE COMES TO

Robinson paired natural woods and walnut with

MIND: DARK COLORS, CUSHY,

black and white accents to create a look that was

OVERSTUFFED FURNITURE, A

crisp, clean, and still complementary to the home’s

FIRE BURNING IN A VAST STONE FIREPLACE.

structure. She also brought in modern pieces from

For the Baileys, a couple who’ve made their home in

around the world, including Norway, Italy, Denmark,

one such log cabin outside of Golden for the past two

and California, to transform the Bailey’s cozy Colorado

decades, it was time to flip the script and give their

cabin into a spacious, airy retreat.

cozy cabin a modern makeover. It is no small undertaking to turn a log cabin into a

In the dining room, a beautiful Italian lacquer-finish table stands sentry underneath an enchanting chandelier.

Scandinavian-style escape while maintaining the beauty

“The chandelier is hand-blown glass from Viz Glass

inherent in the cabin itself. To achieve their vision, the

out of California, which is what makes it so unique," Hijar

Baileys brought in Forma Furniture, a locally owned

says. "We wanted to bring in something unique and

modern and Scandinavian furniture company with loca-

unusual without disturbing their view; this chandelier is

tions in Boulder and Fort Collins.

like a piece of art hanging above the table.”

From the start, the goal was to enhance the stun-

As the Baileys love to entertain, Robinson replaced

ning views that surround the home; to bring the out-

the home’s limited seating with new, spacious pieces

doors in, and focus on subtle touches to streamline

well suited for large groups. In the living room, the sofa

the home without taking away from its natural beauty.

and chairs that faced the stone fireplace were replaced

To accomplish this, Forma’s General Manager Connie

by a sectional and chairs from Norwegian brand

Hijar worked alongside designer Joyce Robinson in

Stressless-one of Forma’s most popular brands-which

revamping the home’s living room, family room, dining

were turned to face the room’s grand windows.

room, kitchen nook, and den.

This subtle change not only allowed for a more

“The owners wanted a new, lighter look, but at the

generous gathering space but capitalized on what

end of the day they still wanted the log cabin to be a

Hijar describes as the highlight of the home: its

log cabin,” says Hijar.

breathtaking mountain view.

The team helped the couple lift the dark tones of the

As Hijar explains, Forma Furniture’s goal is to arm their

cabin’s decor in favor of an airy, neutral palette, trading

clients with pieces that “awaken your senses, lift your

in the heavy burgundies and overstuffed furniture for

spirits, and become the backdrop to your living space.”

neutral colors and elegant lines. As the cabin’s log walls were certainly not going anywhere, Hijar and Robinson made sure that every piece brought in would enhance

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GET THE LOOK: + The kitchen nook features a Skovby height-adjustable table that can be raised up to a standing desk for working from home, or lowered to bar height or dining table height for entertaining. The table’s sleek design and dual-function make it the perfect addition to a truly modern home.

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GET THE LOOK: + A stunning hand-blown glass chandelier hangs over the dining room table. Handcrafted by Viz Glass out of California, this silver, white and glass chandelier is more artwork than light fixture.

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GET THE LOOK: + A Nourison hand-tufted, wool-blend prismatic rug graces the home’s entryway. The rug’s 3-D-like design and bright, swirling colors was brought in as a masterful mimic of Colorado’s unbeatable sunsets.

GET THE LOOK: + The Norwegian Stressless sectional and chairs that Robinson brought into the living room are “like sitting in an ‘aha’ moment. They are ergonomic and made to fit the buyer,” says Robinson. “These chairs are an investment; long-lasting, and all about comfort.” [as seen on page 56]

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ern American Music" (BBC), Bill Frisell's career as a guitarist and composer has spanned more than 35 years and 250 recordings, including 40 of his own. Recognized as one of America's 21 most vital and productive performing artists, Frisell was named an inaugural Doris Duke Artist in April 2012. He is also a recipient of grants from United States Artists, Meet the Composer, and National Performance Network. Currently, Frisell is the Guest Curator for the Roots of Americana series at Jazz at Lincoln Center and Resident Artistic Director at San Francisco Jazz.

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WHO: THE GROWLERS: NATURAL AFFAIR TOUR 2020

WHO: LOS LOBOS

WHERE: BOULDER THEATER

WHERE: BOULDER THEATER

WHEN: Wednesday, March 11 & Thursday, March 12, 2020

WHEN: Saturday, March 14, 2020

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

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

TICKETS: Tickets on sale 10AM Fri, October 11th

TICKETS: Tickets on sale at 10AM Friday, October 18th

Night One & Night Two $35.00 Advance | $39.50 Day of

$29.50 General Admission | $35.00 Reserved Balcony | $39.50 Gold

Show General Admission Tickets

Circle Tickets plus applicable service fees

Let’s just come out and say it: The Growlers are the

Los Lobos began their journey in 1973, when Hidalgo (vocals,

biggest band you’ve never heard of. Longtime icons of

guitar, and pretty much anything with strings), Perez (drums,

the Los Angeles underground music scene and fan favor-

vocals, guitar), Rosas (vocals, guitar), and Lozano (bass, vocals,

ites the world over, the band managed to fly under the

guitarrón) earned their stripes playing revved-up versions

radar of mainstream attention while building a passion-

of Mexican folk music in restaurants and at parties. The band

ate following that rivals some of the biggest acts on the

evolved in the 1980s as it tapped into L.A.’s burgeoning punk and

festival circuit...until now. The band is thrilled to present

college rock scenes. They were soon sharing bills with bands

Natural Affair, the new full-length studio LP to be released

like the Circle Jerks, Public Image Ltd. and the Blasters, whose

October 25, 2019, on their very own Beach Goth Records

saxophonist, Steve Berlin, would eventually leave the group to

and Tapes. On Natural Affair, The Growlers (led by singer

join Los Lobos in 1984. A major turning point came in 1987 with

Brooks Nielsen and music director/guitarist Matt Taylor)

the release of the Ritchie Valens biopic, La Bamba. The quintet’s

advance their swampy aesthetic into a sturdier, synth-

cover of Valens’ signature song topped the charts in the U.S. and

heavy, dancier sound, bolstered by Nielsen’s finest lyrics

the U.K. Rather than capitalize on that massive commercial suc-

to date: social commentary, rhymes, and ruminations on

cess, Los Lobos instead chose to record La Pistola y El Corazón, a

the pleasures (and perils) of modern love.

tribute to Tejano and Mariachi music that won the 1989 Grammy® for Best Mexican American Performance. Los Lobos has sold millions of records, won prestigious awards and made fans around the world. But perhaps its most lasting impact will be how well its music embodies the idea of America as a cultural melting pot. In it, styles like son jarocho, norteño, Tejano, folk, country, doo-wop, soul, R&B, rock ’n’ roll, and punk all come together to create a new sound that’s greater than the sum of its parts.

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WHO: THE DEL MCCOURY BAND - SIERRA HULL

WHO: ROSS MATHEWS “NAME DROP” BOOK TOUR

WHERE: BOULDER THEATER

WHERE: BOULDER THEATER

WHEN: Sunday, March 29, 2020

WHEN: Saturday, March 28, 2020

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

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

TICKETS: Tickets on sale at 10AM Friday, November 15th $25.00

TICKETS: Tickets on sale NOW $35.00 Advance /

General Admission Standing | $30.00 Reserved Balcony | $37.50 Gold

$40.00 Day of Show General Admission Seated | $100.00

“We don’t have a setlist,” says Del McCoury. “We try and work in the

Television personality Ross Mathews likes telling sto-

new songs, but a lot of times it’s just requests from the audience. It’s

ries. And with his Hollywood experience - from interning

more interesting for the band, for me, and for the audience because

behind the scenes at The Tonight Show with Jay Leno to

nobody knows what’s coming next.” With 14 songs brimming with

judging RuPaul’s Drag Race - he has a lot to talk about. In

hot licks, classic songcraft, even some boundary-stretching electric

Name Drop, Ross dishes about moments where he goes

guitar, and once again, McCoury’s matchless vocal delivery, the

from soaring to crashing, like that time he was invited

Del McCoury Band moves up the gold bar standard of bluegrass

by Barbara Walters to host The View - only to arrive

yet another notch. “What I like in a record is a variety of moods, of

on set and discover she had no idea who he was; his

tempos,” he says. “I consider myself traditional at heart, but I don’t

Christmas with the Kardashians, which should be its own

have any boundaries. I’m just a guy that likes to sing and play music.

national holiday; and his talk with Omarosa on Celebrity

Whatever strikes me to do I’ll do it. Without wrecking things.” Even

Big Brother, which, as it turns out, was just the tip of the

among the pantheon of music’s finest artists, Del McCoury stands

iceberg. Filled with tales ranging from the horrifying to

alone. From the nascent sound of bluegrass that charmed hardscrab-

the hilarious - and with just the right “Rossipies” and

ble hillbilly honkytonks, rural schoolhouse stages, and the crowning

cocktails to go along with them - Name Drop is every

glory of the Grand Ole Opry to the present-day culture-buzz of viral

pop culture lover’s dream come true.

videos and digital streams, McCoury is the living link. On primetime and late-night television talk shows, there is McCoury. From headlining sold-out concerts to music festivals of all genres, including one carrying his namesake, there is McCoury. Where audiences number in the tens of thousands, and admirers as diverse as country-rock icon Steve Earle and jamband royalty Phish count as two among hundreds, there is McCoury. Now helming the Del McCoury Band, with sons Ronnie and Rob, the ensemble did and continues to represent in a larger, growing musical community a peerless torchbearer for the entire sweep and scope of bluegrass history.

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SAY HELLO TO THE REVAMPED NEXT DOOR KITCHEN

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obsessive micro-farm-to-table sourcing ethos, but its affordability and quick, comfortable atmosphere attract a broader range of eaters. There are now 11 Next Doors around the country — seven are in Colorado — so the team decided it was time for a refresh to make it appeal to even more people. This involves not just a makeover for the Boulder restaurant and new catering offerings for events and meetings, but also the most significant menu change since it opened. After all, the way we eat is evolving (Keto! Paleo! Vegan! Glutenfree!), and so is technology. Food delivery apps have changed the game, and Next Door, which has its own app, has seen a large increase in to-go and takeaway orders. “It’s moving so fast,” Degnan says of technology and

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its impact on the restaurant business. “It’s about asking, ‘What gets you out of the house today?’ We still want to get out and feel connected to people. We’re EXT DOOR AMERICAN EATERY EVOLVED

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centering it on the food, drink, and, of course, the diners.

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Bright red patio chairs pop; a new bar highlights their

be the next…Applebee’s?

progressing craft cocktail program; wood paneling and

“I see Next Door as this generation’s Applebee’s, Chili’s or TGI Friday’s,” says Don Degnan, CEO of The

new tables add warmth; and the simple, sleek lighting brings the energy to the table, where it belongs.

Kitchen Restaurant Group. “It’s much different because

As for the menu additions, Next Door will be doing

of how we source the food, but it serves that purpose in

what it’s been doing since the beginning — vegeta-

people’s lives. It’s at a similar price point, it’s fast. We’re

ble-forward, gluten-free-friendly, clean food — but

kind of that gathering place today.”

pushed to next-level deliciousness and closer to its goal

If you hit Next Door at, well, pretty much any time

of achieving zero-waste restaurant status. New dishes

of day, you see that it is that sort of gathering place.

are still being taste-tested, but the revised menu should

Since it opened in the summer of 2011, the restaurant

launch in Boulder in late spring. (Don’t worry: the beet

has developed its own identity outside of being an

burger, roasted veggie bowl, chicken bites, and many other

extension of The Kitchen. Yes, it shares that same

current favorites, aren’t going anywhere.)

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“We’re building the menu based on how people eat,” Degnan says. “In Colorado people are active, we’re outside, we care about what we put in our bodies. It’s food you can trust. We have really clean food — and we try not to be preachy about it.” Potential new menu items include a bun-less keto burger with two patties, a fried egg, cheddar, bacon and avocado; a paleo bowl of chicken, avocado and cauliflower rice; sheet tray nachos (so every chip gets the perfect amount of toppings); crispy cauliflower with dipping sauces; Baja shrimp tacos; and a Mediterranean burger made with a 50/50 cremini mushroom and beef blend and topped with olive tapenade, roasted red peppers, and feta. Something for everyone, all served in a casual, comfortable environment. It does sound like an Applebee’s, except this gathering place’s commitment to whole, unprocessed foods, inclusive eating and earth-friendliness goes beyond the typical chains. This new version of Next Door fits into everyone’s lives.

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Poss and Christie Lambert started their store strictly on determination, previous retail experience, and a risky financial move. Coming from a lower-middle-class family, a strong work ethic was instilled in them both from a young age. “We created a world we could not have lived in unless we built it ourselves," says Poss Lambert. “And while sometimes it can feel like a glasshouse, we have gratitude every year to see it gain strength and feel a little more established.” Cedar & Hyde’s niche is not only in fashion, but fashion for the home as well. From kitchen to bath, the store satisfies the craving for ceramic pots for houseplants and woven area rugs to dress up hardwood floors. “I actually just remodeled the main living area of my home this past summer, and the style is very Southwest meets old New York. We used American Clay on the walls and ceiling to not only give warmth to the space but also to make it feel established,” says Poss Lambert. Poss used all living materials in her home — including soapstone, cement, and oak in the kitchen, which will age well with passing time. “The lighting and dishes are all handmade pottery from people I admire, and thanks to my husband, there is a never-ending supply of plants to keep it fresh,” says Poss Lambert. Poss advises to let fashion be an extension of yourself and carry that into your home. She struggles with trends and encourages anyone looking for a decor style to think about the colors, space, and designs that bring each individual person to life. “There is no right or wrong answer,” says Poss Lambert. “It’s about feeling comforted and at ease in your own little world.” Cedar & Hyde is looking forward to more brand collaborations in the future to help put their makers in front of their customers and let their stories be told.

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PICKLES

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FOR BRINE: Add all ingredients together. Place chicken in a bowl, cover and leave it in the refrigerator overnight. FOR SLAW: Clean Napa cabbage and slice as thin or thick as you would like. FOR DREDGE: Mix all ingredients in a bowl. Set aside. FOR PICKLES: Slice cucumbers. Heat liquid until it boils. Cool down. Once cooled, add cucumbers and let sit in the fridge for at least 4 hours FOR DRESSING: Add all ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth. Toss dressing with cabbage and set aside. COOK AND ASSEMBLE: 1 / Heat oil in a deep pot. Shake off the excess flour then carefully add the chicken to the hot oil. Cook for 8-10 minutes until the chicken is golden brown and crisp and cooked through. Flip half-way through cooking to allow both sides to brown. 2 / Remove the chicken from the oil and allow to drain before assembling the sandwich. 3 / To assemble, toast brioche buns. Add chicken, then slaw, then three pickles on top. 4 / Eat and Enjoy! ChefDanesKitchen.com

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FOR FATHER-DAUGHTER DUO JIM AND MICHELLE

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“This scenario is one of the biggest dilem-

2. The Renting Route

REAL

mas that I’ve helped clients navigate in my

If selling takes longer than expected,

ESTATE RUNS IN THE FAMILY. The Bodins

career,” says Jim, broker associate with LIV

homeowners can rent out their present home

have been mainstays of the community

Sotheby’s International Realty. But, accord-

on a month-to-month basis while continuing

since moving to the area in the 1960s. In that

ing to the Bodins, there are a few ways that

to try to sell. In this case, homeowners would

time they’ve seen Boulder grow rapidly into

homeowners can try to make the purchasing

need to work with a lender to determine

the competitive real estate market it is today.

and selling process a little smoother.

their staying power and what financial steps

“There are a lot of people here who could live anywhere in the world,” says Michelle,

are needed to make this doable. 1. Make Purchase Offers Nonconditional 3. Scope Out Executive Rentals

Sotheby’s

One strategy to mastering this tricky

International Realty, “But they choose to live

timing is traditionally to make purchase

While perhaps the least desirable option

in Boulder. Whether it’s for the area’s life-

offers conditional on the sale of the pres-

from a convenience standpoint, selling the

style, natural beauty, or ideal location, this

ent home, but this often isn’t an option in

present home and moving into an executive

desire to call Boulder 'home' means we’ve

Boulder. Instead, make offers noncondi-

rental during the transition time needed to

traditionally had a very strong market.”

tional, proceed with the home purchase,

buy does present the least risky option.

broker

associate

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One aspect of the home-buying process

and then work towards a close date further

The Bodins have generations of trusted

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Boulder real estate knowledge, commit-

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a retro look, and colors that simply pop.

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as well, including working to bring toasters

In the process of building a new house,

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to fashion their new home like an old beach house, vintage fridge included. Despite their best efforts to find the perfect product, they only found boring iceboxes. A man of eclectic taste, Creamer was known to cringe at conformity. Not one to dress retro, but always ready to try things outside of the box. He was just the man for the job. Creamer had always loved retro aesthetics and had spent his years as a broke college student collecting old refrigerator doors to decorate the walls of his home. He admired the design of that era and saw these doors as his artistic expression. Dreaming of the days when artistic thought was apparent in appliances, he longed for statement pieces and was perplexed by the countless lackluster kitchen appliance designs he’d seen populate the market over the last few decades. Unimpressed with the white, insulated boxes, it was time to put

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FROM THE MOMENT ARTIST AND WESTWARD GALLERY OWNER MICHELLE COURIER PEERED THROUGH THE WINDOW OF HER FUTURE ART GALLERY ON DENVER’S BELOVED TENNYSON STREET, SHE KNEW IT WAS MEANT TO BE. The previous owners of the former frame shop had seemingly written it on the wall for her.

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“Whoever has this magical space next, I wish you great wine, great energy, and great art.” The space was prepped and ready with everything necessary for a gallery, including an art studio that allowed for the continued unfolding of Courier's magnificent talent. In the summer of 2016, Courier visited her daughter and discovered the gallery. At the time, she’d been living in Lake Tahoe, had her work featured in twenty galleries across the country, and was well-known for her captivating acrylic paintings of tree-scapes and water scenes. Overcome with an unexplainable feeling of joy, she was certain that she was going to live in Denver; by October, Courier was a resident of the Mile High City.

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Westward’s namesake is a nod to Courier’s years spent exploring the West, with an inspired nudge from her daughter. She intimately knows the highways, having spent ten weeks out of every summer traveling and instantly knew “Westward” would capture the essence of her gallery. A painter who purposely tries not to do anything typical, Courier remembers being a rebellious spirit from a young age in school. “I would think of every single way that I could make it not what everyone else was doing,” she shares. Courier starts by taking a hundred or so photos of any given area, closing in on details, and savoring each moment of the environment.

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“When I’m at a scene, I take notes and I write down what day it is, the year, the time, what it sounds like, what the air feels like, is there wind, is it warm?” She immerses herself into the painting before any paint has even been squeezed out of the tube. Halfway through the process, she lets go of the photos and embodies the feeling — it’s not what she sees, but what she feels. She wants viewers to experience the feelings she has and admire the light she’s captured, not necessarily know the origins of the painting. Beyond her fierce dedication to painting and running the gallery, Courier shines as a glowing example of a woman boldly traversing the unknown to do what sets her heart on fire. It would seem as though Courier and Colorado coalesced to ignite more possibility for her future. Her work has recently been featured on wine bottles and her famous water scene blue and green hues have found their way into signature Charvin acrylic set with Jerry’s Artarama. Denver continues to inspire Courier with easy access to breathtaking scenery, endless musical talent, and hidden gems that she seems to have a knack for finding. And while a paintbrush will likely find her wherever she goes, Courier knows Denver is the home for all her hopes and dreams to continue coming true.

“WHEN I’M AT A SCENE, I TAKE NOTES AND I WRITE DOWN WHAT DAY IT IS, THE YEAR, THE TIME, WHAT IT SOUNDS LIKE, WHAT THE AIR FEELS LIKE, IS THERE WIND, IS IT WARM?”

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room to move and dance, visual aids,

many as the crown jewel of the

a safe and accepting space, and activ-

Boulder's OSMP system, and serves

16TH ANNUAL BOULDER INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

ities led by trained educators. Please

as a model for public land manage-

feel free to bring your own sensory or

ment across other open spaces in

behavioral aids. Social stories available

urban areas nationwide. Join Tim

Boulder

upon request! Program: Carnival of

Hogan, Collection Manager at the CU

The Boulder International Film Festival

the Animals, piano duet (Saint-Saens)

Museum's Herbarium as he discusses

brings films and filmmakers from

Presented as an outreach service proj-

how the forested foothills, with their

around the world to Boulder for a four-

ect by CU Boulder MTNA chapter.

prominent relief and associated diver-

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BIFF consistently features a wide

low-elevation nature refuges along

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the Colorado Front Range.

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renowned chefs, filmmaker happy

On Saturday, March 7th Big Little

hours, multiple opening night galas,

Sound will be hosting WINTER FEST,

COMMUNITY CLIMBING NIGHT

talented musicians, and much more.

our first silent disco at the new live

You are invited to join the nationally

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hosting two discos on March 7th.

Fitness to build the pipeline to the

A family and an adult session. All

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BOULDER POLAR PLUNGE PRESENTED BY WESTERRA CREDIT UNION

guests require a ticket for entry. Our

adults (15+) who have a physical

themes are SURF -SKI -SHRED. Why

disability. This is a casual, fun, and

variety of films from local, national, and international filmmakers, including many that have gone on to significant box-office success and multiple Oscar nominations. Adding to the BIFF experience are events featuring nationally

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CHAMBER ORCHESTRA: SPRING 2020

get involved in supporting Special

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The Chamber Orchestra, made up

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We have pulled out all the stops for this

of members of the CU Symphony

go towards programming and events

very special Piedmontese Event. Four

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waters in the middle of the winter? Well, that can change! Each year, the Polar Plunge challenges thousands of brave jumpers at numerous locations around the state. It’s a great way for everyone—individuals, organizations, and businesses—to

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14 PROUD HOUSE STUDIO 1 YEAR ANNIVERSARY PARTY Proud House Studio

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Come help us celebrate our first year

concert setting. Accomodations include

Museum of Natural History

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sensory manipulatives, quiet areas,

The Mountain Park is viewed by

explore and enjoy music in an adapted

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AVERY BREWING COMPANY ST PATRICK’S DAY FUN RUN

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exhibitions, performances, dance,

PARENT EDUCATION SERIES EVENT: EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONING WITH BRANDON SLADE OF STRIDE LEARNING

throughout the city.

music, theater, public art, lectures,

Boulder Country Day School

Presented

by

Brandon

Slade,

Founder, and President of Stride Learning. As a student, Mr. Slade

readings, and workshops at venues BoulderArtsWeek.org

28 FULL CYCLE WEEKLY SATURDAY ROAD RIDE

Boulder Reservoir

was diagnosed with ADHD and had

Saint Patrick's Day, or the Feast of

to work through his own struggles

Join the weekly Saturday Road Ride

Saint Patrick, is a cultural and religious

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celebration held on the 17th of March

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ter studio talent, his writing resounds through Keb Mo’s GRAMMY® Awardwinning Slow Down, Tim McGraw’s number one “Watch The Wind Blow By,” and covers by Brad Paisley, Jonny Lang, Edwin McCain, Aaron

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Boulder Arts Week is the city's only large-scale,

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celebration

of the community’s vibrant arts, cultural

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offerings,

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