Top 5 web-only stories this week (March 6, 2015)
1. Learn about Avery Brewing Company’s expansion on Colorado’s Front Range.
“Avery Brewing Co. recently celebrated the grand opening of its shiny new $30 million brewery in the Gunbarrel area of North Boulder,” reported Krista Driscoll. “The expansion is also cause for celebration for beer lovers across the state, who can look forward to an increase in Avery options in bottles, cans and drafts at restaurants, bars and liquor stores.”
2. Learn about the Free Press’s new video project — On The Trail.
3. Learn about Widespread Panic drawing Colorado residents to New Orleans jazz fest.
According to Andrew Salvail: “A lot of people I know from Colorado are excited about the upcoming Jazz Fest. The inclusion of Widespread Panic to the lineup has a lot to do with it. … Since 1970, the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival has been one of the top annual attractions for music lovers worldwide.”
4. Learn about eating “green” all year with seasonal vegetables.
According to The Kitchen Diva: “The whole idea of cooking and eating seasonally is to adapt our menus accordingly. But as spring approaches and the weather thaws, we know that soon there will be stalls and stalls of delicious food. While we’re waiting for spring peas and new potatoes, we still canenjoy some cool-season delicacies.”
5. Learn about Glenwood Springs skydiving.
According to the Glenwood Springs Post Independent: “Skydiving with Glenwood Springs Municipal Airport as the drop zone for the second season begins Friday [March 6]. Roaring Fork Skydivers, which moved last year from Boulder to Glenwood Springs, says it offers some of the most scenic tandem skydiving in the state.”
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Glenwood Springs’ officials continue to ask residents and visitors to use caution particularly around river access points within the city’s numerous parks.