Spade & Spoon, the Front Range’s locals-first meal kit, is shaking things up by partnering with more than three dozen Colorado producers and purveyors (and counting), including several in Boulder County.
Longmont’s Unity in the Community is in the business of fun for the whole family. At the same time, families get to know the businesses of Longmont.
If you’re an animal lover, there are all kinds of fun things to do this summer that involve furry friends (or benefit them).
Annie and Millie’s Place helps the unhoused and their pets stay together by providing resources, solutions and programs, fully recognizing that this relationship is essential to both.
Horses, like cats and dogs, were domesticated by humans, and it is our collective responsibility to ensure they are taken care of.
No matter the breed, the temperament or the age, every dog will find luxury at Happy Hounds in Longmont.
Check out one of these Longmont, Colorado dog parks.
Longmont certainly has no shortage of canine companions – and they’re all adorable in their own ways. We had so many submissions, the decision was extremely difficult to make, but readers came through and here they are: Longmont’s cutest dogs!
Pocket pets are as cute and cuddly as the name implies, yet caring for them involves, admittedly, more than a cozy pocket.
Alternative medicine is making a splash in both human wellness and pet wellness. If you’re looking for healthy alternatives for your four-legged friends, check out these alternative health options for both big and small fur friends in need of some TLC.
There’s plenty of data to support the benefits of pet therapy. But just reading emotions and faces make it easy to believe these dogs make a difference.
Helping to build the partnership between guardian and dog Having a therapy dog is the dream of many a Colorado dog owner. However, not every pooch is cut out for the work. Some are a little more aggressive, whether that be toward humans, cats or other dogs. In this...
With pets becoming even more important to post-pandemic families, a variety of at-home euthanasia providers are offering compassionate, in-home end-of-life services for old or ill animals.
Mark your calendars every Thursday evening this summer for Music and Meals at Blue Mountain Vineyards. The ongoing event enters its second year and features live music and different food trucks each week.
Inside Longmont Magazine this month, you’ll discover a delightful array of content catering to every kind of animal lover. We also showcase a multitude of entertaining events, all centered around our furry friends. Don’t miss the chance to catch a glimpse of the...
Since we’re headed into spring and warmer weather, many homeowners are looking to start sprucing up their homes. We thought we’d introduce you to some folks and businesses around town who are experts in home improvement projects. After all, even the most die-hard DIYer needs a hand now and then. While the days grow longer, we encourage you to sit a spell, peruse our Home and Garden edition and gather some ideas before summer is fully upon you.
Reframing New Year’s Resolutions as “goals” gives us a little grace and time to accomplish them. When we talk about goals, we recognize that there are steps to a complete longer journey. Some goals we’ve come to recognize and expect. Physical health goals are typically at the top of our lists, but we’re going to talk a bit about mental health as well. How do we go about finding a support network after years of full to semi isolation? Volunteering, reading more, and getting outside more can all elevate our mental health and improve our overall lives without being lofty and unachievable.
Tradition plays a big role in our lives and communities and this time of year pays special tribute to that. This year is especially meaningful to many as it’s really the first year that many traditional holiday events are making a more confident return and spreading their own holiday cheer as they go.