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It’s A Double Rainbow

Good Day Good Friends. We hope that this email finds you all safe and healthy. We are getting some inklings and sound bites that there will be some opening announcements […]

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Video: Dave & Dana Query, Sheila Lucero, Talk Boulder Community During COVID-19

Rory from Third Street Chai sat down with Big Red F to chat about taking care of the community through this pandemic. Boulder 4 Boulder is a brand new web series exploring […]

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Silver Linings & Safety Measures

We hope everyone is enjoying this nice weather – and giving some sort of distant thoughts to a dreamy summer experience. An easy picnic with family, a small garage concert […]

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The Problem With PPP Loans

Good Day Good Friends. Another week down, another 1896.5 things to consider and reconsider. We had a great and successful patio pop-up last week at Jax LoDo, Boulder and FoCo. […]

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Dave Query Speaks Out On the New Restaurant Reality

When disasters strike, it’s usually the restaurant community that rallies and picks up the pieces. Hurricane Katrina, forest fires, 9/11, the 2008 economic crisis… the list of events and tragedies […]

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A Statement From DQ

Hello Our Dear Friends, There’s just a world of hurt with this COVID-19 virus that came on so fast for all of us. One minute we are filling out March […]

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FootPrints

Running a business is hard these days. Razor-thin margins, rising costs, financial challenges at every turn. No one ever held a gun to any entrepreneur’s head and forced them to […]

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How One CU Professor Uses Mole to Connect With Her Mexican Roots—and the Boulder Community

Centro Mexican Kitchen features Carmen Pacheco-Borden’s delicious moles at a sold-out dinner, plus mole specials for the entire month of March Growing up in Sonora, Mexico, Carmen Pacheco-Borden remembers eating […]

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Oui, Oui EEmehrikhan

It was October of 1987, right around the beginning of the third week, when Black Monday occurred: The largest US stock market crash since Black Tuesday in 1929. With President […]

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Culinary Director Kyle Mendenhall Finds Colorado Connection Through Foraging

  Growing up in California, I always liked the outdoors. But when I combined the outdoors with cooking, it was really two passions coming together. Since I was a teenager, […]

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