Unearthing the prize
After years of searching, Maurene Flory followed the clues and found the rock prize on Wednesday. The Colorado Daily, which sponsors Boulder Rocks! 5-week treasure hunt, releases one clue per day. Flory, an avid participant, admits that she has often been close but always missed it. Not succumbing to defeat, Flory found her $500 rock at the Bobolink Trailhead!
Celebrating cultural delicacies
The Flatirons Food Film Festival starts on Monday, Oct. 19, and picks back up on Wednesday, Oct. 21 through Sunday, Oct 25.
The festival will screen various films such as “From Japan with Love (and Dashi)”, “Sandorkraut,” and “East Side Sushi.”
A screening will be held for the noteworthy film, “Farang: The Story of Chef Andy Ricker,” at Muenzinger on Friday, Oct 23. In addition to the screening, the prominent chef famously known for his restaurant, Pok Pok, will host a book signing and a tasting of his notorious chicken wings.
Organizers of the festival are excited to present an extensive roster of renowned chefs and filmmakers that will inspire their guests.
Tickets can be purchased on the Flatirons Food Film Festival website.
Gustatory adventures and varieties
Ian Clark, founder of BRU Handbuilt Ales & Eats, meticulously cultivates the art of food and beer. Clark is a dedicated homebrewer and a passionate chef. He is enthusiastic about providing his customers with a deliciously crafted beer that pairs with their dishes, like the shrimp ceviche or the sausage stuffed porkchop. He prides himself on taking risks and exploring all of the flavors and complexities with each end every beer.
Check out the monthly dinners Clark hosts at BRU for anyone who has a fondness of beer and food. Tickets for upcoming dinner on Nov. 11 can be purchased at BRU.