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Take a Trip to Gurkhas On the Hill

March 13th, 2019

Despite the fact that I have been a student at CU Boulder for a couple of years now, I have always had an aversion to the Hill. My dislike for the Hill is due to a number of reasons, and I feel that those reasons are somewhat reasonable. I have had a few bad experiences while in that area, and those experiences have absolutely turned me off of being around the Hill. However, I am beginning to understand that many of my unfortunate incidences are perhaps more isolated than I had previously believed. Despite this, I would also caution everyone against going to the Hill after dark and would tell them... Read More

Standing Outside Your Own Shoes: On Non-Binary Identification And Your Favorite Restaurants

November 16th, 2018

This article is to not serve as a promotion for any establishments possibly mentioned below, it is strictly an analysis of events and how they were handled. The individuals pertaining to the contents of this piece have asked they remain anonymous. It is no mystery that the area of Colorado Springs is getting older while the clientele that frequent the restaurants are getting younger; and with the younger generations there is a new degree of culture that should be addressed by the management and staff of the restaurants, and like establishments, in this city. One specific culture is non-binary... Read More

Hello and Welcome – Meet Cailean: A Local to Take You Behind the Scenes of Restaurants Across the State

November 9th, 2018

Let’s paint a picture; when we sit and think about the culinary industry it is almost natural to imagine a man with a thick British accent screaming at the cooks about everything they are doing wrong, tearing everyone down piece by piece. Is that what really happens though? In some cases, yes, but not in every single kitchen around the world, let alone just here in Colorado. Most of the Chefs I have met here in Colorado are, honestly, downright mellow; sure, it is natural to have a bad day here and there where you lash out at everyone and everything around you, but it’s not a constant occurrence.... Read More

Boulder Ranks #1 as Best Place to Start a Business!

May 5th, 2015

Forbes has recently published an article after dissecting the data from a finance site called NerdWallet, and has listed Boulder, CO, as the top metropolitan area to launch a business.  Boulder is already known for it’s sub cultures, mountain views, and trendy farm to table restaurants and is being recognized as the best place to start a business in 2015. Forbes looked at a variety of qualifying factors in almost two hundred metropolitan areas all with a minimum of 250,000 residents.  Forbes analyzed the number of businesses per 100 residents, the median income, housing costs, and number of... Read More

A Taste of Argentina, In Boulder

October 1st, 2014

Rincon Argentino is tucked away in The Village at Arapahoe and Folsom, near McGuckins Hardware.  They don’t really advertise, though they do have a nice website.  The interior is small, homey and inviting.  Futbol matches play on the tv, tables line the walls and a bar counter faces the open kitchen.  The kitchen itself is beautiful, immaculately clean and always busy.  The oven is wood-burning, visible from most points in the restaurant, and certainly adds to the authenticity. I found it a couple years ago, shortly after they’d opened, by pure happenstance as I walked down Folsom.  I... Read More