Colorado Man Says He Is ‘Deeply Troubled’ by Recent Facebook Post

Colorado Man Says He Is ‘Deeply Troubled’ by Recent Facebook Post

This article is part of a new weekly series, “Untruth Tuesdays,” in which I take something completely, absurdly untrue then write about it as if it weren’t. By Melissa Marni, Contributing staff reporter, The Colorado Bugler On Tuesday evening around nine, Marshall Fillchardo, owner of Kipp, CO-based bakery, Bread A Leg, took out

Napa Valley Wineries: 10 to Follow

Napa Valley Wineries: 10 to Follow

The first time I visited Napa Valley was in a red Volvo convertible my older cousin drove from Oakland to Calistoga. I remember thinking at the time how there was a grand sense of adventure to the whole thing, an idea speedily forming in my mind with each passing mile that

Ghostbusters Premiere: The Lady In Red

Ghostbusters Premiere: The Lady In Red

It ended with a red dress and began with a single tweet. What happened in the middle is open for interpretation. Here’s mine … Let me start off by saying fashion is a funny animal; at once irreverent, delicate, brash, sensitive and stylishly aloof. There are, without question, inexplicable contradictions inherent

I’m Sick of Beer. Now What?

I’m Sick of Beer. Now What?

A word from Melissa: This post is written by guest blogger, Lexi Tess. Let’s give a warm, little word studio welcome to Lexi and enjoy her guest post, where she postulates new articulations on the same old lagers and ales …  I’m sick of beer. Now what? Correction: You think you’re sick

10 Food Network Chefs to Follow … To The Ends Of The Earth

10 Food Network Chefs to Follow … To The Ends Of The Earth

I watch Food Network like it’s my actual job. (Hey LinkedIn, is there not a Director of Judging Chopped Judges position out there somewhere for me?) Also, there may be slight truth to the rumor that while making basil-crusted yellowfin tuna, I’ve been known to describe the steps involved in concocting a perfect balsamic

WRDSMTH: A Conversation With The Street Art Scribe

WRDSMTH: A Conversation With The Street Art Scribe

Good writers aspire to greatness. Great writers aspire to instill greatness upon others. Such is the case with Los Angeles-based street artist WRDSMTH, whose work can be seen everywhere from electrical boxes in Venice, CA to the cobbled walkways of Shoreditch, London. A Robin Hood of painted prose, WRDSMTH steals from

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