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Front Door Fashions

Choosing a front door is fraught with considerations. Here are ways to narrow your choices. By Carol Brock Just as the eyes are the windows to the...

Fermented Foods Find a Following

Fermented foods are making a tasty new splash as "good-for-you-foods"–although our grandparents knew it all along. By Mary Lynn Bruny Photos courtesy shutterstock.com  Several years ago, Tim Brod’s digestive tract...

Bulletproof BEAUTY

Modern upholstery fabrics are both durable and desirable. By Kate Jonuska It used to be an either/or proposition. You could live near your furniture, admiring...

Surprise! Surprise!

A professional tells how to avoid remodel nightmares By Larry Parrish Do you like surprises? Likely, that would depend on the nature of the surprise. Some...

Ways to kick plastic to the curb

Simple lifestyle changes can reduce your plastic footprint. Just ask Beth Terry, who went from throwing out 3.5 pounds of plastic trash in a single month to less than 2 pounds a year.

Historic & Colorful

This peaceful home has a flamboyant past and many warm memories. By Lisa Marshall If the walls in Joe and Anna Marie Robb’s house could talk,...

A Garden in Flux

Anchored by something old and many things new, this Mapleton Hill garden has transitioned alongside its owners. By Carol Brock • Photos by WeinrauchPhotography.com If only...

Making Gifts for the Garden

The growing season is a great time to repurpose items for the garden. Here are 12 ideas.

Spring Salad with Roasted Lemon-Agave Vinaigrette

Nothing compares to the bright, fresh flavors of spring vegetables, so Boulder chefs whipped up these dishes using the tastes of spring: radishes, peas, greens and more. Make them in your own kitchen or visit local restaurants to sample the savory fare they come up with this season.