Leading Ladies

 Article Caitlin Causey | Photography Cody Isaman & Kit Mitchell  The Olympian  Alice McKennis

Let’s Go!

 Article Bridget Grey | Photography EstatePhotoVideo.com - Cody Isaman  Ah, the Crystal River Valley: close enough for a last-minute getaway, yet far enough for real adventure and relaxation. For years, the West Elk Loop Scenic Byway (aka Highway 133) has led locals into the high-country wonderland south of Carbondale and beckoned us to stay awhile. The month of May ushers…

Of Art and Architecture

 Article Olivia Emery | Photography EstatePhotoVideo.com - Kit Mitchell  Let’s be honest: No architect likes HOA design guidelines. However, when my friend and client Marcia Weese bought a lot in a Carbondale sub-division, I knew that her aesthetic as an artist and designer meant that we would still have some fun working on it together.  

Got Child Care?

 Article Geneviève Joëlle Villamizar  Securing child care in the valley can be daunting. Where to start? The thought of leaving your little one at the mercy of strangers—during one of the most critical stages of his or her development—can feel overwhelming.  

Mother’s Day Roses

 Article Lynn Dwyer  Roses grow wild in Colorado and are well adapted to our soil and weather. Although the wild rose can be extremely invasive and is not recommended for the home gardener, cultivars grow very well here and many bloom throughout the summer. Tree roses, climbers, hardy shrubs, hybrid teas: Many of these beautiful roses are grafted onto hardy…

Extraordinary Women

What does it mean to be a woman in 2018? It’s a question that can feel like a trick, because it’s one that has multiple, often contradictory answers.   Although it’s up to each individual woman to determine her own personal truth, I believe that there are significant commonalities binding us together, even if we … Continued

May 2018 Around Town

Colorado Creative Corridor Launches The Colorado Creative Corridor offers visitors to the state an invitation to pair destinations through unique arts and cultural experiences. The Corridor takes visitors some 331 miles through five Creative District destinations, traveling through several different regions that tell the story of Colorado mountain culture. The rich arts communities of Carbondale, … Continued

A Class & A Glass: Mother’s Day Edition

The Carbondale Clay Center recently teamed up with Marble Distilling Co. to offer an opportunity for locals to create giftable hand-painted ceramics for Mother’s Day. Photography by Petr Wiese