Exploring Beaver Creek’s Culinary Scene

  I’m riding a horse through a beautiful grove of leggy aspens and colorful columbines at Beaver Creek Resort when I hear my stomach growl.   Fortunately for me — and for my fellow horseback riders who are within earshot on this warm July afternoon — this is no ordinary horseback ride. I’m sure I […]

Homes in Boulder – Food

    The Boulder food scene has many options. from amazing high-end restaurants to places where you can grab a quick bite. Here are some of our favorite places to dine, not in any specific order.   Verde – Mexican Tacos and more The Buff – Fantastic breakfast Chez Thuy – Vietnamese Bacco – Italian The Sink – Pizza & […]

Why Students Thrive at Boulder Country Day School

    Preschool through Eighth Grade Education: Where Childhood Thrives and Confidence Takes Root Special from Boulder Country Day School   At Boulder Country Day, a commitment to helping each student discover their unique excellence underlies our entire approach—beginning with our firm belief in the benefits of a preschool-through-eighth-grade community. While a student body ranging […]

BIFF Returns For Its 19th Year

    The Boulder International Film Festival (BIFF) is back for its 19th year with an exciting lineup of films, parties, events and gatherings.   “There are a lot of spectacular films at this year’s festival,” says Kathy Beeck, BIFF’s co-founder. “It’s one of our best programs ever.”   This year, BIFF will take place […]

Enjoy Hyperlocal Farm-To-Table Fare at Farow in Niwot

  In September 2021, longtime culinary professionals Lisa and Patrick Balcom opened Farow, a hyperlocal-focused, farm-to-table restaurant in Niwot. The duo sources 90 percent of the restaurant’s ingredients from within 10 miles, creating a delicious rotating menu that showcases Boulder County’s fresh produce, locally raised meats and freshly milled flour.   Farow’s new winter menu […]

Remembering Don Monette

  Adam Monette, general manager and partner of Boulder’s Flagstaff House Restaurant, shared this sad news about his grandfather and longtime Boulder restaurateur, Don Monette:   It comes with great sorrow and grief to announce the passing of a Boulder icon, restauranteur Don Monette. Don Monette passed away the morning of Tuesday, Feb. 14 with […]

Living in Boulder: The Sink

  When visiting Colorado, a voice tells you to visit Boulder. But when visiting Boulder, you don’t dare miss “The Sink.” Located on The Hill near the University of Colorado campus, Boulder’s oldest restaurant started in 1923 and  is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. “The Sink” is an institution in Boulder that many locals […]

Living in Boulder

Coot Lake and the Flatirons in Boulder. Photo by Ann Duncan

Living in Boulder is a lifestyle all its own, where quality of life meets exceptional living opportunities in Colorado. Boulder has a vast variety of housing options from apartments and single-family homes to luxury homes, farms and estates. You name it, Boulder real estate has it — if you can afford it. For those who […]