For most, opening a restaurant requires a giant leap of faith. The location, the concept, the service, the food—it’s a recipe requiring the kind of preternatural timing and instinct even the most seasoned restauranteurs can get wrong—and often do. But for Tony Ricci and his wife, Debra, theirs wasn’t just a leap of faith; it was an act of one.
I can’t believe Christmas is almost here again. Last year, to be honest, the holiday season wiped me out—I’m not just talking financially, I’m talking wrapping-presents-at-3:30-a.m.-Christmas-Eve-staring-into-my-pantry-wondering-if-an-unopened-jar-of-cinnamon-could-work-as-a-stocking-stuffer kind of wiped out. This year, I’m determined to stay on top of things—that’s why I was very excited to feature Haven Grey in our gift guide. This boutique nestled in downtown Loveland … Continued
Stars of the Showroom Furniture shopping isn’t easy. Luckily, we have one of the nation’s best indoor and outdoor furnishing retailers right here in town—and it just got better. Watson’s recently won the most prestigious award in the world of outdoor furnishing: The Apollo Award. Presented by the International Casual Furnishings Association, it recognizes “an … Continued
Kicking off a week of grand-opening festivities, Daniel Welling and his father, Bill Welling, cut the official red ribbon at the new Welling & Co. in Loveland. Guests were treated to sweet treats from Nothing Bundt Cakes as well as savory bites and local libations—while browsing stunning diamond rings, necklaces and earrings, plus Kendra Scott signature fashion … Continued
There’s nothing quite like the thrill of skiing, and there’s no better authority on the subject than Jonathan Southworth and Chris Andersen of Loveland’s own Vertical Drop. The shop is always stocked with the latest amazing gear, and they boast a seriously solid repair shop—they know their product, and they know first-hand what will fit you best, no matter your ability…
Talk about smooth moves—Oct. 25 saw local celebrities and community members tripping the light fantastic to benefit NEST Community Learning Center. Contestants included Loveland’s Superintendent Dr. Amy Crouse, Police Chief Sean Rahe and Chamber President CeeCee Collins. In the end, Channel 9 Meteorologist Jennifer Ketchmark took home the mirror-ball trophy with a perfect score. The real winner? The kids. NestCLC.org
Like it or not (we love it!) we’re knee-deep in the holidays. And while you can put the question of how to dress your turkey behind you, ahead of you lies the conundrum of how to dress yourself and get holiday-ready for all the parties, events and get-togethers happening throughout December and into the new year.