Earlier this year, we told you that the state's entire film-incentives budget was earmarked for a Hallmark Channel show called When Calls the Heart. But things have changed since then. According to film commissioner Donald Zuckerman, the producers of the show convinced Hallmark to buy more episodes ... More >>
Over the last few months, I went from the worst shape of my life to the best while continuing to eat like a food critic. Don't punch me in the face; instead, read how I did it in this series: As internet memes go, I really hope this one is just about to gasp its last breath before being lost in the ... More >>
Over the last few months, I went from the worst shape of my life to the best while continuing to eat like a food critic. Don't punch me in the face; instead, read how I did it in this series: No one trusts a skinny food critic. That sentiment was a pretty awesome excuse to gorge myself on pastries ... More >>
Over the last few months, I went from the worst shape of my life to the best while continuing to eat like a food critic. Don't punch me in the face; instead, read how I did it in part seven of this series: There have been a few defiant (mostly ice cream-related) bumps in the road since I star ... More >>
Over the last few months, I went from the worst shape of my life to the best while continuing to eat like a food critic. Don't punch me in the face; instead, read how I did it in part five of this series: I like to blame my line of work for my fat-ass predicament. It's a convenient scapegoa ... More >>
"I was really hoping you'd go on the Jason Sheehan diet: whiskey, cigarettes, and Lucky Charms," writes Mantonat in response to the second installment of Bar Belle, Laura Shunk's new series about how a food critic can indeed get fit. In last Monday's installment, Shunk kicked gluten to the c ... More >>
Do not mess with the Potato Board.Don't mess with spuds. That was the message sent out yesterday by the Denver-based United States Potato Board, in response to a study published Thursday in the New England Journal of Medicine that states potatoes make your body resemble Mr. Potato Head. In ... More >>
I am not a dieter. I am not equipped with the willpower required to say no to delicious morsels like pork belly buns or triple creme brie or basically anything that's battered and fried. Likewise, I'm never going to forgo a particularly good bread basket; in fact, I'm going to slather that s ... More >>
Dr. Sanford Siegal has a cookie for you.Still fat, part deux. Donna Simpson, the female fatty from New Jersey who wants to eat her way to 1,000 pounds, now has a doctor in her kitchen corner. Dr. Sanford Siegal, "a practicing physician in South Florida best known as the creator of the popu ... More >>
Dr. Dean OrnishDean Ornish M.D. -- founder and president of the non-profit Preventive Medicine Research Institute and a clinical professor of medicine at the University of California at San Francisco -- has a few thoughts about how to keep off the weight. Let's find out what's up white, med ... More >>
In the heat of Michael Bloomberg's quest to limit the use of salt in NYC restaurants, a recent study has found that a program aimed at reducing the nation's salt intake could shave 24 BILLION dollars from the national health-care budget. Healthy or not, we're siding with David Chang, who mak ... More >>
You don't have to be a marathon runner to appreciate the relationship between food and your physical well-being. That's the message that Deena Kastor -- Olympic bronze medalist and former Alamosa resident -- plans to share in a cookbook that's not about counting calories and fat content, but ... More >>
The American Dietetic Association's Food & Nutrition Conference, which kicked off Saturday, runs through October 20 at the Colorado Convention Center. One of the highlights comes at 3 p.m. today, when Michelle May, the author of Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat: How to Break the Eat-R ... More >>
Saturday, June 6, Boulder Theater, 303-786-7030.
Wednesday, July 19, Denver Botanic Gardens, 1-866-468-7621, SOLD OUT.
Retrace the Beatles' steps at the Brown Palace
Canine Backpackers Association
Mel's Bar and Grill
How pork rinds became a health-food fad.
How're you gonna keep them down on the farm? Glamorously.
For Clydesdales, life on the run can be heavy going