June 2017 Around Town

Rosenberg's Bagels and Delicatessen will open the doors of its highly anticipated second location at Stanley Marketplace (2501 Dallas Street) in the Stapleton neighborhood of Aurora, Colorado on Saturday, May 20. The newest outpost of the beloved New York-style Jewish delicatessen will offer a comprehensive menu featuring all of Rosenberg’s signature items, including freshly baked bagels, house-cured fish, hot breakfast…

For the Fellers

Without a doubt, one of the most attractive things about considering a move to Colorado, from the Midwest, was the abundance of awesome music that comes through the area. As a daily scroller of the headlines on jambands.com, it seemed like anytime there was an epic collaboration, or rare supergroup playing a handful of intimate gigs, Colorado’s Front Range was…

Sill-Terhar Kentucky Derby Party

Sill-TerHar Motors hosted their 3rd annual Kentucky Derby party, a great time was had by all, and the attendees showed their generosity by raising money for the Morgan Adams Foundation, a local charity that funds the fight to end pediatric cancers. Photography by Linda Bluhm.

Uncorked Reserve at the Denver Art Museum

Denver Art Museum held its 17th annual spring fundraiser Uncorked Reserve supporting the museum’s groundbreaking exhibitions and programs. The evening included a silent auction cocktail reception, four-course dinner designed by Kevin Taylor Catering, and live auction featuring unique travel packages and exclusive access to private art collections. Photography by Custom Creations Photography.

A Hidden Surprise


Even longtime residents of Cherry Hills Village may have driven past either of the two driveways that reach the Van Loucks’ home without noticing it. Tucked away in Old Cherry Hills Village, the property offers a private, storybook setting, protected from the outside world by large trees, ivy and manicured hedges. A Honduran mahogany gate on each private drive furthers…

Inner Circle

Circles Around the Sun was formed for a specific reason, to make a recording for the five interludes during Grateful Dead’s: Fare Thee Well tour. Denver native, Mark Levy (drummer) was invited to join the ad-hoc group. Levy opens up about his invite into the group, its future and his opportunities since.

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Keepin’ it Crisp

Joey Romero was an unemployed hair stylist and at a crossroads when the current owner of the then-named “Meadowlark Barbers” in Lakewood offered him her shop. She’d been running the shop for 26 years and was looking to sell to another barber.

Biz Minded

Maybe it’s the emphasis on working hard to play even harder that’s so prevalent in Denver. Maybe it’s the balance of enjoying both urban city life and ample mountainous adventures and opportunities just outside the city. Maybe it’s just something about the crisp mile high air. No matter the reason, the greater Denver area attracts a huge number of exceedingly…

In the Studio

Greeley native, Callahan Foose has found a way to capture hearts with his nature-inspired ceramics and woodwork. Having grown up as a craftsman of woodworking, Callahan happened upon ceramics to fulfill a college elective and it clicked. Originally attending school for painting, he instead decided to pursue a life as a potter.