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Historic Places to Dine: Along Colorado’s Front Range

Historic Places to Dine: Along Colorado’s Front Range

Some of Colorado’s best cuisine can be found in its historic hotels and restaurants. Many of these places have been proudly serving guests for more than 100 years. Dining in these historic places takes you…

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Chimney Rock: National Historic Site

Look south as you drive across U.S. 160 in southern Colorado, between Pagosa Springs and Durango. What appears to be a spire of rock rises from the landscape like a sword thrust through the earth’s…

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Seeking Colorado’s Powder: Snowcat to the Rescue

Ping! My eyes spring open at 6:30 a.m. like cash registers on a sale. This is just wrong, I think, downright wrong to wake up 10 minutes before I instructed my alarm to bellow talk…

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Family-Friendly Glenwood Springs: Adventures for Everyone

Family-Friendly Glenwood Springs: Adventures for Everyone

My heart clutches in my stomach as I watch my husband and two daughters swing 1,300 feet out over the Colorado River in Glenwood Canyon. “Look mom, no hands,” one of my daughters shrieks. They’re…

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Mesa Verde: Indian Arts and Culture Festival

Mesa Verde: Indian Arts and Culture Festival

One of the top 100 events in North America — so named by the American Bus Association — will take place May 27-June 5 at Mesa Verde National Park in southwestern Colorado. The 11th annual…

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Omonia Bakery: From Athens to Denver

Omonia Bakery: From Athens to Denver

Dino Karas grew up with the aroma of kourambiedes and melomakarona in his nose. The traditional cookies came out of the ovens in his house in Athens, Greece – it also housed the family’s bakery.…

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Kneisel & Anderson: Serving Georgetown Since 1883

Customers come to Kneisel & Anderson, Georgetown’s oldest business, when they can’t find the specialty item they’re looking for anywhere else. The eclectic Colorado grocery sits just off historic Sixth Street in one of the…

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Denver’s Dining Scene: What’s Hip and Hot

Denver’s Dining Scene: What’s Hip and Hot

Sketch — Chef Sean Yontz and veteran restaurateur — and now hotelier — Jesse Morreale considered making Sketch, their new subterranean Cherry Creek wine bar, a swanky, suave and seductive scene-stealer, but instead, they’ve created…

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Art Without Borders: The Museum of Outdoor Arts

Art Without Borders: The Museum of Outdoor Arts

Residents, employees and visitors to City Center Englewood and the Greenwood Plaza business park are exposed to masterpieces of art every day, and most are pretty hard not to notice. Enormous sculpted Marzocco Lions and…

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Historic Breckenridge: Explore Its Victorian Heritage

Historic Breckenridge: Explore Its Victorian Heritage

Historic Breckenridge, Colorado, well-known as a four-season playground for outdoor enthusiasts, takes its history seriously. The core area of the town itself is a National Historic District. The Breckenridge Welcome Center doubles as a two-story…

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Curry Up! Try These Three Bang-Up Places in Boulder

Curry Up! Try These Three Bang-Up Places in Boulder

If you’re longing for delicious, authentic Thai food – especially curry – you don’t necessarily have to travel to Southeast Asia. Boulder, Colorado, has three top places where you can get delectable curry lunches for…

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If you enjoy visiting smaller towns, Salida, Colorado, might be the perfect spot for you to enjoy a vacation. The area offers beautiful scenery while you are bordered on all sides by mountains. In 2017…

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Face the Music: Vocal Band Hits the Right Note

Face the Music: Vocal Band Hits the Right Note When you see the all-vocal rock band Face, your first job is to lose all preconceptions of a cappella music. Forget old-time gospel-hour tunes. Ix-nay on…

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National Repertory Orchestra: Making Music in Breckenridge

When Indiana University music major David Waldman heard that his 10-minute private violin audition won him a spot in the National Repertory Orchestra, the first thing he thought was that he wouldn’t have to go…

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