Traci Case

I like Golden’s proximity to the outdoors, but I especially enjoy the Golden community. And I like to be involved with the community. Currently I’m a board member for Leadership Golden, and I’ve served on a number of the city’s boards and commissions.

It’s an interesting journey how I ended up in Golden…  Read more…

Free Horizon Montessori students bound for imagination

By Christy Steadman

What does a museum, cats, worms and pink-backed turtle have in common?

Nothing — except they all came from the imaginations of 10 students at the Free Horizon Montessori school in Golden for the projects they entered into the regional competition for Destination Imagination…  Read more…

Business Q&A: Golden Mountain Guides, Golden

Interview with Ben Coryell and Whitney Vestal, owners

Q: How did you get involved in this business?

A: As Colorado natives, the outdoors hold a special place in our lives. We’ve both never been good at desk jobs and always find ourselves staring longingly out the window. In starting our own guiding business, we took the first steps in controlling our own future. We want to share our climbing passion and love for the outdoors with others as we teach people how to climb safely…  Read more…

Golden’s Grateful Bread Co. rises to celebrate National Sourdough Bread Day

By Kristen Kidd, Amy Brothers, and Helen H. Richardson

April 1 is National Sourdough Day. No fooling.

The curators at NationalDayCalendar.com mark occasions to commemorate every day, and Saturday is sourdough’s turn. (Today, you could toast lemon chiffon cake, manatees and mom-and-pop business owners, for instance.)  Read more…

Behavioral Science through the City Lens

The Mayors Innovation Project and Harvard’s Behavioral Insights Group (BIG) are partnering to develop and test behavioral solutions to city problems. Working with Harvard’s team of behavioral economists, decision research scholars, and behavioral scientists, Mayors Innovation Project members will access innovative research and co-develop high-impact, low-cost solutions to city problems…  Read more…

Jefferson Symphony announces “An Arabian Night” season finale

The Jefferson Symphony Orchestra (JSO) wraps up its 64th season with a concert program based on dramatic stories of seduction, intrigue and betrayal. Titled “An Arabian Night,” the program includes Rimsky Korsakov’s well-known Scheherazade, Maurice Jarre’s lively Lawrence of Arabia (Themes) and Saint Saens’ exciting Bacchanale from the opera Samson and Delilah…  Read more…