The Juice Girls (from left): Brooke Jordan, Robyn Knowlan, and Cecily Runge —Photo courtesy of Wonder Press
The storefront at 946 Pearl Street has been plagued by a revolving door of restaurants over the years, (Wok Eat, World Café, The Blending Cellar, Cuvee, to name just a few) but with the grand opening of the Wonder Press juice bar on June 21, the space feels like it has...
July 8 2015, 10:30 AM
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Native Seed Collection at Wonderland Lake: Volunteers are needed to help Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks collect seeds from a native plant called blue flax. The seeds will be saved for future use on prairie restoration projects. Blue flax has value in erosion control, beautification, and...
July 6 2015, 11:00 AM
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No matter how you plan to celebrate the Fourth of July—whether it's competing in an athletic competition, perusing an art festival, or simply watching some good ol' fireworks—Colorado has the event for you. We've rounded up some of the best ways to enjoy the weekend, in Denver and beyond.
June 29 2015, 12:00 PM
Owners Blake and Tracy Eliasson arranging a tasting session at Boulder's Settembre Cellars.
The Winery: Settembre Cellars
The People: After Tracy and Blake Eliasson met at a bluegrass show, they fell in love making homemade pasta and drinking Italian wine together. While experimenting with winemaking in their basement, Blake, who has a Ph.D. in engineering, became...
June 25 2015, 1:45 PM
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With warmer temperatures finally here, you might be searching for a cocktail that’s a bit lighter and brighter than your rainy day go-to. While in some cases summer cocktails recall sickly sweet vodka-and-juice concoctions or one-note margaritas, Michael Cerretani, beverage director at Boulder...
June 17 2015, 10:30 AM
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From September to May, the Hill in Boulder quakes with student foot traffic, then goes dormant throughout summer. But change is coming, and it’s not just a new pizza joint. A recent effort from city officials and business owners aims to transform University Hill—bounded by University and College...
If decisiveness isn’t your strength, you might want to avoid U.S. 36. Opened in 1951, the highway turned into a commuting nightmare as more people moved to Denver, Boulder, and everywhere in between. So in 2012, the Colorado Department of Transportation began work on a $497 million project to widen...
Sencha latte, teriyaki chicken onigiri, and don bowl at Green Rush Cafe —Photo by Carol W. Maybach
If you mistakenly thought Green Rush Cafe was yet another Boulder dispensary, you wouldn’t be the first. In fact, this six-month-old business is a casual restaurant specializing in Japanese teas and rice dishes with a focus on organic sencha and matcha drinks as well as entrées of onigiri...
June 10 2015, 10:30 AM