Gretchen Dawley has landed herself in LA by way of North Dakota and making waves in the bridal industry with her Havana inspired gowns. Her strong work ethic is thanks to the hours driving the grain cart for her dad, and her creativity comes from her mother. One of her favorite moments as a child […]
Justice Snow’s Restaurant and Bar has become an Aspen staple. It’s both both hip and rooted in history – not to mention the bar has the largest cocktail selection in North America. The restaurant concept is the brainchild of Michele Kiley, and at one point the name was highly controversial. “I think it wasn’t a […]
What can I say other than I love this crew. Blank Tape Records have been bringing rock and roll to Southern Colorado since 2008 and they are invaluable to this community. I spent some time chatting with Inaiah Lujan, front man for Haunted Windchimes and co-founder of Blank Tape Records. Please don’t stop doing what you do so well!
I guess it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise as Instagram is such a popular platform these days with makers and creatives, but I was excited when I discovered The Worley Co. The small design company is Jeremy Worley’s passion project and his lovely wife Koren stands by his side. The Worley Co. dreams up beautiful and thoughtful designs that not only inspire, but impact communities around the globe.
Jackie Barr of Red Bench jewelry stood out amongst many at the Colorado College craft fair over the holidays. I was drawn to her use of materials and exotic stones sourced from around the globe. She grew up in Colorado Springs, always dabbling in jewelry making even as a child. In college she discovered metal smithing and there was an instant connection.
Nestled in the foothills of Monument is a beautiful late 1800’s homestead in which Adrienne Larrew and Dan Lorenz run their ranch, Corner Post Meats. A hard-working couple eager to share their passions for ranching and farming with our community.
Colorado Springs will soon have its place on the map in regards to micro distilleries and even just the thought of that already tastes sweet.
Who doesn’t love a good libation with tequila?
It was a blistering 95 degrees when I found Julie McIntyre hiding under the shade watering her plants at Summerland Gardens. Her garden center will be the location of our second dinner in a series of farm to table in which we want to highlight regional farm/garden locations.