When 25 of the country’s 68 certified master chefs came to Denver last weekend for a two-part reunion hosted by the American Culinary Federation Colorado Chefs Association, food that tasted as good as it looked was in plentiful supply.
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The night before my daughter started her freshman year at a new high school where she knew no one, I stared at the ceiling and made a few wishes. I hoped she’d like her teachers and make a new friend. Above all, I hoped she’d feel a little bit brave.
Let’s say you’re a Chris Isaak fan. You buy his records, attend his concerts and catch him guest-starring on a TV show or in a movie like “Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me.” But if you’re really lucky, you score a ticket to the second annual Sounds of Summer.
I confess, when I first heard about a new book listing ways to turn stuff from your deceased loved one into tangible mementos, I judged.
We’re well in to the dog days of summer with steady heat, sun and stray storms. Bring on the tomato sandwiches and green-bean salad, and it won’t be long before we’re enjoying peach cobbler.
The GLBT Community Center of Colorado (The Center) hosted an awards reception that honored transgender photographer Stevie Crecelius, her wife, Debbie, and the executive director of Out Boulder, Mardi Moore.
I had just set my travel bags down in my daughter’s new place in Houston, a second-floor duplex she’s renting while she goes to grad school, when I lit on the containers of succulents she had around the place.
You can’t touch it, or smell it, or taste it, or hear it, and you can see right through it. Yet this one design component is the most important element in any room. It’s the magic and the mystery, the secret in the sauce. It can make you feel awake or relaxed, industrious or romantic, […]