Topo Design's Klettersack.It starts with photographs. They're set in a storybook West -- mostly in the back country of Colorado and Wyoming, but Mount Rushmore pops up as well. They're populated by little girls in pigtails whose noses are scrunched either because of the sun hitting their eyes ... More >>
Four years ago, in 2006, Tom Coohill, the former Western regional chef and director of culinary standards for Levy Restaurants at the Pepsi Center, left the armpit that some people call Pittsburgh and moved to Denver. "My wife and I had a vision of moving out West -- we're both really outdo ... More >>
FlickrSo what do you do when you're a big magazine publisher that's strapped for cash? Close a couple of magazines? Build new mobile apps? How about open a restaurant?
Despite the fact that Gourmet magazine had, more or less, run its culinary course by the time Condé Nast yanked it from the world of print food porn back in November of last year, I'll admit that I kinda miss it. I've still got a hundred or so back issues of the pub gathering dust on my bookshelves ... More >>
Damn. Gourmet magazine, the Condé Nast publication that's been pimping food porn for nearly seventy years, is done. The somber news, which was delivered in a memo from Condé CEO Chuck Townsend, didn't come as much of a shock to industry insiders, many of whom have predicted the magazine's d ... More >>
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