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Bikes

Community Through Cycling: One Gear at a Time

The Loveland Cycling Club (LCC) recently rolled onto the scene, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t ready to shift into some high gears.   Started in late 2017 by Dean Warren, the LCC officially began in October 2018. “Dean moved away, but there was six of us that kept riding,” Darcy Speer, Loveland Cycling Club Board president said. “We wanted to keep this group going and growing.” At their December […]

Food

Driving the Local Food Revolution

IMAGE COURTESY http://www.localfoodshift.pub Founders of Local Food Catalysts LLC, Michael and Lynette Marie, held a meeting last week for aspiring food producers in the Colorado area. Their enthusiasm and dedication towards local food producing is undeniable – having written books and built an entire company dedicated to the art. In the 90-minute meeting, they offered advice as to why the local food movement has hit a wall, and how businesses can […]

Food

Copoco’s Honey – Fort Collins born and bred

If you’ve ever journeyed up 287/College towards Poudre Canyon on your way out of Old Town, you may have noticed the honeycomb colored storefront as the road banks West. Copoco’s Honey – Fort Collins born and bred – a shop proud to sell honey gathered by the Northern Colorado’s expansive beekeeping society.  Jack and Virginia Gilmore manage the store. Their two sons founded Copoco (then called Bee Busters) back in […]

Local Culture, Arts & Community

Fortified Collaborations and Happy Lucky’s Tea House Bring Happiness to Children

Fortified Collaborations is coming to Fort Collins with yet another benefit event for the community on October 22. Happy Lucky’s Tea-Infused Harvest Brunch will be an afternoon for gathering the community while increasing the happiness of children in the Larimer County courts system, as proceeds from the event will be donated to CASA of Larimer County. Cheff Matt Smith will be present a four-course that is “locally sourced, seasonal, and […]

INSIDE THE VIBRANT MIND OF AYLA NEREO

By: Kaia Femenías Sitting down with Ayla Nereo turned out to be the most delightful part of my weekend. Sitting with her in a sunny field, we began to discuss everything from the underlying meaning of her music to her inspiring motivation through altruistic action. We met at her debut event, an Herbalism Action Day intended to promote the integration of natural medicines and herbs into modern society, a mission […]

Local Culture, Arts & Community

ZOMBIE FEST: The Unreal Party of the Undead

BY: KRISTIN CURTIS I imagine you are eating dinner with your family at Coopersmiths Pub and Brewery. You are all sitting back enjoying your meal, chatting about what happened today at school or work, when suddenly someone stumbles into Old Town Square. They seem to be limping and quite undead in demeanor. After a few minutes, you realize that the person is leading a herd of others, who seem to […]

Fort Collins Nursery Rock Garden Concert

By: Carie Gueswel  As the summer winds down, so too, does the amazing outdoor concerts that make FoCo in the summertime, such an amazing place to be. On August 18, from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Fort Collins Nursery located at 2121 E. Mulberry St. along with media sponsors 94.3 X and KRFC close out the season with the Rock Garden Concert featuring The Holler! Take pleasure in the stunning and unique venue situated along the banks of Dry Creek and the Cache la Poudre River, while listing to […]