To Grandma's House we go.
With more than 120 craft breweries in the Denver–Boulder area, standing out among the crowd can be tricky. Some breweries are relying on more than just their beer recipes to draw in customers—they’re focusing on a niche atmosphere and ambience. Citywide, it’s not hard for craft beer drinkers to...
March 6 2015, 2:30 PM
When flowers and chocolate won’t cut it, maybe a sprawling multicourse feast will. Try one of these Valentine’s Day menus for a special night out.
Where: Bru, 5290 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder, 720-638-5193, bruboulder.com
What: An eco-friendly brewpub churning out unfiltered ales...
February 5 2015, 10:30 AM
As the debate over legalized marijuana amplifies around the country, there’s one thing on which most people can agree: Smoking pot during the adolescent years is a no-no. It can affect proper brain development and lead to cognitive impairment such as problems with memory, says Dr. Paula Riggs,...
Dr. James Warson first realized the medical potential of marijuana 35 years ago. A neurosurgeon in Fort Collins at the time, Warson heard from a patient with severe spasticity in his limbs who said smoking two joints a day worked better for him than any medication. Warson requested grant money to...
An airplane, a truck, a handful of workers, 1,000 pounds of Cascade hops, and a ticking clock: All of these ingredients are necessary for Left Hand Brewing Company to concoct its only fresh hop beer, Warrior IPA. Left Hand produces more than 30 year-round, seasonal, and limited-edition...
October 16 2014, 11:00 AM
A new ceramics studio being built in Breck.
—Image courtesy of Liam Doran
For some, an ideal high-country getaway involves more fireside cozying than slopeside shredding. Mellow mountain-goers—and thrill-seekers in need of some downtime—now have a lot more options, courtesy of Breckenridge’s recently expanded arts district. The $8.2 million renovation project—13 years in...
—Courtesy of Rochelle Schoppert
Growing up as a 4-H kid in Castle Rock, Beth Malone says she always felt out of place on the ranch. She’d watch planes flying overhead and dream about the big cities they were headed to and the day she’d board one en route to the spotlight. Starring this fall as a local legend in the Denver Center...
—Image courtesy Lovemore Photography
If your summer calendar isn't filled yet, we have five suggestions for getting your entertainment fix in August.
1. Denver Vintage Jazz Festival
When: Now, through August 3
Where: Mercury Cafe, the Irish Snug, and Castle Events Center at the Doubletree Inn in Northglenn
July 31 2014, 9:00 AM