Published on Wednesday, May 16 2012 08:08
Published on Tuesday, May 15 2012 06:08
Paintings and sculptures by fifty-seven of Colorado’s best artists, like Lundeen, DeDecker, Walbye, Mosher, Hevron-Mahoney, and more internationally-known artists, appear in the Twenty-First Governor’s Invitational Art Show and Sale at the Loveland Museum/Gallery. The show opened Saturday, April 28, and runs through Sunday, June 10. Oil, watercolor, and acrylic paintings along
Published on Thursday, April 12 2012 01:00
Procrastination seems to be one of those human characteristics that some of us have perfected more than others. I would count myself among the more “advanced” practitioners of the “art” (as Lora and Joseph can attest, as they wait for me to submit my column each month!).
Published on Tuesday, April 24 2012 01:00
Each month, the Colorado Department of Agriculture features a different commodity to highlight the variety and quality of products grown, raised or processed in the state. This month, Colorado buffalo is featured in our Colorado Buffalo Sausage Flatbread Pizza recipe.
The Great American Bison is the largest land mammal in North America. There are approximately 220,000 head of buffalo in the United States and 15,500 in Colorado.
Published on Wednesday, April 11 2012 01:00
Each month, the Colorado Department of Agriculture features a different commodity to highlight the variety and quality of products grown, raised or processed in the state. This month, Colorado lamb is featured in our Middle Eastern Lamb Sliders recipe.
Colorado is well-known around the world for its high quality lamb. Colorado is ranked third in the nation for sheep and lamb production with 370,000 head valued at more than $60 million.
Published on Thursday, April 19 2012 09:25
For the next daytrip suggestion, I’ll concentrate on historic Georgetown. A long time ago when my husband and I were dating, we’d go skiing then stop on the downhill drive from Eisenhower Tunnel in Georgetown for dinner. By the time we ate a bite, the heavy traffic had cleared away and it was smooth driving into Denver.
Published on Thursday, April 05 2012 01:00
The unseasonably warm weather this March fooled Coloradoans into thinking spring is actually here. However, I’ve experienced Colorado snowstorms in May. My Texas brother swears it snowed one Fourth of July when he visited Denver and we attended a fireworks show. I remember it was cold; my pictures prove that I loaned his wife a heavy coat.