Baker Street Pub & Grill, a Sherlock Holmes-themed eatery, has closed in Boulder; three more links in that national chain are still open in the Denver area. See also: Baker Street Pub & Grill in Boulder has closed
Earlier today, we shared startling videos of Boulder-area flooding that's already taken one life and resulted in closures throughout the city -- and indeed, CU-Boulder has already closed the campus for tomorrow, too. You'll understand why after checking out the photo above and a slew below from the ... More >>
After our update of the most expensive homes for sale in Denver, we visited BoulderHomeSource.com and discovered that three properties included in our roster of Boulder's most expensive homes for sale from earlier this year are still available -- and still spectacular. In addition, two new entries ... More >>
It's been in the works for years -- and, finally, tomorrow the crew behind Boulder's Pizzeria Locale (and, of course, Frasca Food and Wine) will open the doors on a Pizzeria Locale in Denver. But it won't be a carbon copy of the original in Boulder. For starters, it won't be a full-service, sit-dow ... More >>
Beer! Boulder's History on Tap opens today at the Boulder History Museum, 1206 Euclid Avenue. The installation chronicles Boulder County's brewing history from the late 1800s to the present. See also: - Beer calendar: Try spruce tips, sushi rice and malted milk in your beer this week - A dozen new ... More >>
Snooze is hosting a Pancake Day on February 12 at all of its Colorado locations: 2262 Larimer Street, 700 Colorado Boulevard, 144 West Mountain Avenue in Fort Collins, 6781 South York Street in Littleton and 1617 Pearl Street in Boulder. One hundred percent of all proceeds from the special pancake m ... More >>
Last month, we shared with you a photo gallery of the five most expensive homes in Denver -- and a spectacular batch it was. But don't forget about Boulder, whose properties, as featured on BoulderHomeSource.com, are just as astonishing and often more unusual -- including a three-for-one-price deal ... More >>
Terrapin Care Station has grown up since my first visit nearly two years ago, swapping the patchouli and tapestry atmosphere for something more professional -- like a college kid who bought a pair of puffy brown couches and started framing his Further and Railroad Earth posters instead of tacking th ... More >>
The Great American Beer Fest will fill the Colorado Convention Center this Thursday through Saturday. Tickets to the seminal celebration of craft beer sold out in record time this year, and Cafe Society will be offering up comprehensive and "professional" coverage throughout the week -- as well as a ... More >>
Earlier this year, when I interviewed James Van Dyk, the executive chef of Lucky's Cafe, a breakfast and lunch joint in Boulder, he mentioned that in the year he'd been cooking at the long-standing cafe, an extension of Lucky's Market, he'd significantly changed the menu, "transforming it," he said, ... More >>
The seven-day, 683-mile USA Pro Challenge cycles into the home stretch this weekend: Stage 6 take place tomorrow with a route from Golden to Boulder, and the race concludes on Sunday here in Denver. Cheer the racers to the finish line as they pass by some of our favorite watering holes in town.
It's a quintessential Colorado week on the culinary calendar, with lots of local beer and wine, plenty of excuses to chill outside -- and a bike race. Here's a taste of what's on the event menu:
Boulder is accustomed to winning national polls about everything from happiness to being in shape: Note this recent survey declaring Colorado to be the least obese state in the U.S., with Boulder its trimmest city. But someone had better check those scales, because a new Sunset magazine roster of th ... More >>
Food truck are revving up for the summer, which means plenty of parties -- including Boulder's first, set for June 8. But the mobile movement really gets in gear this week. Here's a taste of what's on the culinary calendar:
After weeks of denying that it would crack down on 4/20 events, the University of Colorado Boulder has announced that school will limit campus visitors to official business only and close down the famous Norlin Quad where as many as 10,000 students have gathered to smoke herb in past years. The camp ... More >>
Every Wednesday, Cured, 1825 Pearl Street in Boulder, encourages you to cook for yourself by offering up an idea for dinner and also the ingredients to make it. And once a month, the specialty shop asks a local restaurant to help.
Denver Restaurant Week began this past Saturday (prompting some words of wisdom from Matt Selby, chef of Vesta Dipping Grill and Steuben's) and continues through Friday, March 9. Participating restaurants are offering prix-fixe meals for $52.80 per couple or $26.40 per individual. Visit the w ... More >>
There will be beer dinners celebrating local brews this week, as well as several wine events -- and restaurants are gearing up for the all-important Valentine's Day dinners, too. Here's a taste of what's on the menu:
There's plenty for java junkies this week, with events celebrating new coffee partnerships and expansions in our great state. But that's just start of the food fun, which also includes the annual Candy Cane Festival and much more. Here's a taste of what's on the menu:
There are quite a few wine events on the calendar this week -- but there's also a Bubbles Dinner and the Parade of Darks if wine's not quite your thing. Here's a taste of what else is on the menu:
When Longmont's Left Hand Brewing hired Boulder-based Moxie Sozo to redesign its labels a couple of years ago, the results opened a lot of eyes -- and landed Left Hand beers on a lot of best-designed beer label lists. As an added bonus, Moxie, a Boulder design and advertising agency, incorporated th ... More >>
September snowboard stoke continues tonight at the Fox Theater (1135 13th Street in Boulder) with the Colorado premieres of Capita's Defenders of Awesome, Role Model Productions' Cockfight!, the Givin film One, and the new team video from Boulder's Satellite Boardshop, plus an encore screenin ... More >>
When many people are asked for first impressions about Boulder, they think of weed, beautiful scenery, weed, a healthy lifestyle, weed, CU and weed, in that order. But frugality? Not so much -- and that's appropriate according to ShopAtHome.com, which specializes in printable coupons and onli ... More >>
Take your job and shove it: Seven companies from Colorado made the cut this year in Outside Magazine's annual 50 Best Places to Work list, released this week and published in the magazine's September 2011 issue -- including the top four spots on the list.
Like you and like us, many people are attempting to recover from all the loving-of-America we did this past weekend. But if you're still going strong (or already recovered), we have food-and-drink options for you this week. Take a peek at what's on the menu:
How close is too close? How many falafel joints can a town, even a college town, support? The news that the family behind Udi's had opened Pickled Lemon, a fast-casual Mediterranean concept, on the Hill in Boulder brought this from Rebecca: This concept sounds very familiar to Garbanzo's. I ... More >>
Big pics below.Back in 2009, we reported about the impending opening of a Tesla Motors outlet in Boulder, just in time for local shoppers to get a reported $42,000 tax credit for buying one of the sleek electric cars. Thank you, America! But less than two years later, the outlet -- which woun ... More >>
A Flickr photo.The week's starting off with a big, heart-shaped bang and winding down with chili cook-offs and docent dinners. Here's a taste of what's ahead: Monday, February 14: There are far too many Valentine's Day events to list here; check our online listings to see all the heart-warm ... More >>
It's been a couple years now since Boulder-based Null Skateboards dropped its last full team video, Null & Void, but this Nullvember promo proves they've been keeping busy in the meantime:
We love when a strong take pops up on an older post. That's precisely what happened recently, when a reader weighed in on a 2008 item about a surprising link between smoking bans and drunk-driving fatalities -- and took dead aim at Boulder.
Elliot Ross Nautical Mile first caught our attention back in July of 2009 , and since then has pretty much destroyed any notions people might have had about the quality of local music. With a slew of some of the most radio-friendly pop rock songs to ever come out of Colorado, Nautical Mile h ... More >>
Boulder-based Noosa Yoghurt (Don't forget that "h" -- It's an Australian thing.), formerly just available for home delivery via Morning Fresh Dairy in Bellvue, has been gradually unveiling its Australian-style yogurt (typically denser and sweeter than typical yogurt) across the state and els ... More >>
A Flickr photo.The upcoming week is overflowing with wine tastings and dinners, many to benefit great causes, but there's also a long-awaited beer release, the continuation of the Green Routes tour and much more taking place in Denver's culinary scene. Here's a taste of what's ahead: Monday, ... More >>
As Colorado's medical-marijuana industry grows, marijuana dispensaries of all types and sizes are proliferating around the state. Some resemble swanky bars or sterile dentist offices; others feel like a dope dealer's college dorm room. To help keep them all straight, Westword will be offering ... More >>
‚ÄčAll right, break's over, kids. Time for the big takeover. Looks like the Flobots are getting back to work -- and it's about damn time, for chrissakes. While the rest of us slept in intervals as a result of our efforts to diligently invest our time in such noble, productive pursuits as drinking ou ... More >>
Herbal Connections dispensary (photo by Aaron Thackeray) Colorado's medical marijuana business is booming -- or, if you prefer, blooming. You can read about the growth in Joel Warner's feature story or The Latest Word's marijuana category, which includes reviews of dispensaries. But if you ju ... More >>
KGNU hosts a fundraiser with something for everyone.
Vox Feminista tackles terror.
The Kitchen puts the flat in the Flatirons.
The history of Boulderís music scene plays out in a new documentary.
The county will soon have its first new DA in 28 years. But in order for justice to be done, former cop Steve Thomas thinks the office needs a complete overhaul.
The funk, the punk and the drunk in a roundup of local recordings.
Now it can't be told: Without an indictment, what will the tabloids do?