For 20 years now I've been volunteering for groups that [...]
Denver City Council changed zoning so that both homeowners and renters can sell produce and cottage foods from their homes.
Funny signs from England.
Beth's lunch at vegetarian restaurant Terre à Terre in Brighton, England, was an artful, if tiring, experience.
Last Saturday I spent a morning helping Groundwork Denver and [...]
Finding Vivian Maier is playing at the Sie Film Center [...]
All the signs about security cameras in the UK make Beth feel unhappy.
My only complaint about Five Points Jazz Fest is that [...]
Beth goes back to the University of Sussex, where she was an exchange student, after 30 years.
Beth wanders The Lanes in Brighton and finds men making art.
Like many young girls, I went through a horsey phase. [...]
Beth visits the National Museum of the American Indian in DC in 2012.
No doubt fruit foraging is happening somewhere, somehow in Denver, [...]
Potato Pie with Sausage and Cheese? Yes, please! The picture [...]
Beth and Todd eat at Mac's on Boston Street the night before his surgery for SCDS.
Beth gets a gold medal for Christmas.
Fall 2013 has been a great year for warblers along the Colorado Front Range, including a very late ovenbird.
I read Joel Makower's interview with William McDonough on Green [...]
Don't grow transplants in those cheap plastic pots (the ones [...]
Todd and Beth return to Louisiana and Dr. Gerard Gianoli for surgery to correct superior semicircular canal dehiscence on Todd's left side.
Birds eating plastic—that was not news to me. But I [...]
Kansas City has been testing my resolve to use less [...]
One year ago, Beth ate at Charcoal Kabob in Reston, Virginia, and was reminded of why she wants to go to Afghanistan.
MillerCoors in Golden used to produce 135 tons of trash [...]
In mid-September, the northern Front Range of Colorado (the eastern [...]