1 – Capital Cities at Ogden Theatre
3 – Vanilla Ice at The Grizzly Rose
3-4 Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe at Ogden Theatre
3-4 – The New Mastersounds at Cervantes
4 – Robert Plant presents The Sensational Space Shifters at The Fillmore Auditorium
7 – Jimmy Eat World at Ogden Theatre
11 – The War On Drugs at Ogden Theatre
11 – Joe Russo’s Almost Dead at Ogden Theatre
18 – The Polish Ambassador at The Fillmore Auditorium
20 – SBTRKT at Ogden Theatre
22 – Pearl Jam at Pepsi Center
23 – Bones Jugs N Harmony at Cervantes
23 – Goldfish at The Bluebird
28 – Alt-J at The Fillmore Auditorium
29 – Cut Copy at Ogden Theatre
30 – Mimosa at Ogden Theatre
31 – Cherub at Ogden Theatre
29-30 – Leftover Salmon at The Boulder Theater
31-1 – Zoogma & The Werks Cervantes
31 – Karl Densons Tiny Universe at The Fillmore Auditorium
31- 2 WSP at at 1st Bank Center
1 – Bob Dylan at The Belleco Theatre
1 – Digitalism at The Bluebird
1 – The Motet 1980 Mixtape at Ogden Theatre
2 – Mountain Standard Time at The Bluebird
6 – Beats Antique at 1st Bank Center
7 – Michael Menert at The Fillmore Auditorium
7-9 – Head for the Hills & Everyone Orchestra Cervantes
13 – The Black Keys at Pepsi Center
14 – Robert Earl King at The Grizzly Rose
15 – Shovels & Rope at Ogden Theatre
15 – Citizen Cope at The Fillmore Auditorium
20 – Bob Schneider at The Bluebird
25 – Black Joe Lewis at The Bluebird
27 – The Last Waltz at The Fillmore Auditorium
2 – Usher at 1st Bank Center
6 – Infamous Stringdusters at The Fillmore Auditorium
12 – Fleetwood Mac at Pepsi Center
26-27 BoomBox at Ogden Theatre
30-31 Chris Robinson Brotherhood at Cervantes
31 BoomBox at Ogden Theatre
31, 2-3 – STS9 at The Fillmore Auditorium
Southerner and fellow Georgia Peach Karli Campbell Buxton makes some of the most beautiful jewelry I have seen in a while. Each Knot & Bow piece is hand crafted in her studio outside Macon, GA. I really love the look of the bone horn necklace this past year and with a price point under $200 it’s hard to pass up. I’m really not an earring girl but these amethyst slice earrings are simply stunning. You can find her jewelry in boutiques all over the south, midwest and even up north!
Fall is wonderful for so mean reasons – football, pumpkin & squash everything, changing leaves and of course boots & flannel. But even better is that its “Friends & Family Season”!! It might be my favorite shopping holiday because in October your favorite retailers drop their prices on everything. This week is Bloomingdales! Take 20% off Everything with code FRIENDS! Here are a few of my favorite pieces on sale this week!
It’s fall in Colorado! Well not really in Denver its 90 degrees today and since I just got back from hot hot Spain I am happy to continue the warm weather. However, after our breif cold snap the first week of September the leaves in the mountains have already started to change! This weekend we plan on camping and hiking in some colorful aspen groves!
My incredibly talented girlfriend Laura is a designer for the Georgia based textile company, Lacefield Designs. Lacefield is a 2014 finalist in the Martha Stewart American Made Awards. You can vote for Lacefield here and check out their incredible textiles here.
Volunteer: Yesterday, I had the pleasure of helping sort books for Reading Partners. This incredible organization tutors kids that are behind in their reading skills in low income schools around the Denver Metro area. They currently operate in 8 states including DC and are always looking for Volunteers weather its donating your time or books. Learn more about Reading Partners here.
Test it out: Looklist is a new street style discovery platform based right here in Denver. The site recently launched in Beta and is looking for testers. What sets Looklist apart is that it always links back to the original poster. When your looking for fashion inspiration, Looklist might be you new favorite tool.
On Wednesday we took an incredible trip out on the Hawk-eye Catamaran exploring 2 coves and doing a little cave jumping…
On Thursday we explored the town of Arta – Shopping, Churches and Castles
We ended the day with a swim at the near by beach
For dinner a delicious antipasto spread and of course a cheese plate
Today we explored the town of Cala Ratjada – shopping, sangria and tapas.
After a little siesta we headed to Coves Del Drach in Porto Cristo. This beautiful cave is home to one of the largest subterranean lakes in the world. The water was crystal clear and looked like tiny forrest lived bellow.
Kristina and I set off yesterday from Atlanta, which still feels like today with the time difference. Jet lag. We watched Chef on the fight – highly recommend. In Madrid, I was still feeling the effects of my ambien and felt like I had just gotten off a cruise ship. After a little over hour flight to Mallorca and a weird car rental experience, Kristina and I arrived at our Villa for the week outside Font De Sal Cala. We enjoyed a late lunch on the waterfront at Cafe Noah. A surprising mix of seafood, asian and italian that somehow really worked. What comes after an over indulgent meal, gelato of course. After a quick swim and we unpacked and settled into our room. Up next dinner and drinks on the veranda. It may be 80 degrees in a house with no air conditioning, but life is good, really good.