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Faces of Boulder – Sophie: “There are so many little gems in Boulder!”

April 24th, 2022

“There are so many little gems in Boulder!” Meet Sophie! After growing up in Lincoln Park, Chicago, she made her way to Boulder to study English at CU.  She loves Boulder for its mixture of people and its beautiful nature. She fits right into the Boulder lifestyle; having played field hockey in high school, she loves the active lifestyle! Thanks Sophie!      Read More

Faces of Boulder-Pic of the Day! – Levin!

April 17th, 2022

Meet Levin! The food, open space and various outdoor opportunities are just a few of the reasons why Sliker loves Boulder!  He has his Bachelors, Masters and PhD in Mechanical Engineering and is now hoping to become a college instructor. What was his most memorable experience from living in Boulder the last nine years?  Sliker says, unfortunately, the flood. “It was really cool to see the community come together,” he said.  Sliker was directly affected by the flood, living in one of the most damaged locations. Thanks Levin!    Read More

Faces of Boulder ~ Meg!

February 25th, 2022

Meet Meg! She stopped by to chat while out on run with her friend. She is a business major at CU but says that she wants to switch to studying history. “CU definitely has a different feel than the rest of Boulder,” she says. What is her favorite thing about Boulder?  She loves the weather! “I need being outside more than anything,” she says. Well, you’re in no better place!  Thanks Meg, enjoy today’s beautiful Boulder sun!  Read More

Faces of Boulder – Chunu Shrestha!

December 26th, 2021

To Chunu Shrestha, Boulder is a lot like home. “The mountains here are similar to Nepal, and the people are so nice!” Shrestha came to Boulder in 2003.  She works at Yeti Arts and Crafts, a 13 year old company here in Boulder.  Her eyes light up when she talks about her two sons and the Boulder atmosphere.  Shrestha is also a huge Buff fan! “It’s a good place.  I like the students here,” she says.  Read More

Faces of Boulder-Pic of the Day!

November 21st, 2021

Meet James Scherrer of My Mom’s Pie!  He considers Boulder his hometown but is currently living in Gunbarrel. He is a fourth-generation Coloradan on his mom’s side and a sixth-generation on his dad’s! “We use Great-Grandma Hazel’s recipes,” Scherrer says. You can find My Mom’s Pie in Niwot, Colorado–just follow the mouth-watering smells and you will be there in no time!  Just make sure you know which of the 16 pies you want before you get there! Not only does Scherrer make delicious pies, he is also a walking miracle. “15 years ago I was in... Read More

Faces of Boulder – John!

March 23rd, 2020

Meet John!  Born and raised in Denver, John is just about as Colorado as it gets!  He has worked as a library technician at the University of Colorado Boulder for 21 years.  He says that the University is his favorite part of Boulder. “Macbeth’s atmosphere puts it high up on the list,” he says when talking about his favorite book. “Colorado encourages individualism in solitude,” John says. I guess Colorado is just like a big library when you think about it! Thanks John!  Read More

Faces of Boulder-Pic of the Day!

May 10th, 2017

When Michelle Theall was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2003, she wondered if she would still be able to do the things that she loved.  Well, after years of running, Theall has pushed those doubts to the side.  After competing in collegiate athletics at Texas Tech, her strong suit being the 800 meters, Theall has a passion for running that is contagious. Theall has lived in Boulder for 21 years.  “It’s home,” she says. Theall is the author of her memoior, “Teaching the Cat to Sit”  and contributed an essay in “Tales From Another Mother Runner.” Theall... Read More

Faces of Boulder-Pic of the Day!

May 7th, 2017

Meet Rachel Walker!  Walker grew up in Colorado Springs, went to college in Vermont, and is now back in Boulder. Her freelance and journalism work has been published in numerous magazines and newspapers across the nation! Walker loves running, mountain biking and skiing. “I hate driving,” Walker says, “I bike as much as I can.  I have biked over 900 miles since September.” Walker also recently contributed an essay to the book, “Tales From Another Mother Runner.” Thanks for taking time out of your busy schedule to be the Face of the Day, Rachel!  Read More

Faces of Boulder-Pic of the Day!

May 6th, 2017

Meet Zach Mitchell!  He has lived between Boulder and Broomfield his whole life and says that he loves the time he spends in Boulder. “When I think about Boulder, I think about North Boulder Park.  It has a special place in my heart,” Mitchell says. Mitchell is saving up to move to New Zealand this year! He said that he wants his seven-month-old to grow up in a different place and experience new things!    Read More

Faces of Boulder-Pic of the Day!

April 27th, 2017

Meet Jonny Brodack, Cleveland native, who is now spending some time in Boulder. After talking to him, you will learn that music is his life.  With an i-pod in hand, he is always jamming to something! “Classic rock is my favorite,” he says.  “My first music festival changed my life.  It was the Classic Fest at Nelson Ledges Quarry Park in Ohio.” His first concert?  The Dave Mathews Band!    Read More

Faces of Boulder-Pic of the Day!

April 25th, 2017

“I groove with the goddesses.” Richard J. Hull may be, undoubtedly, the grooviest cat in Boulder. Hull lives and breathes positive vibes. He follows the mantra that his mom, Mama Honey Joy, had always told him growing up: “Little Richie, positivity rules.” Hull has been in Boulder since 1971. “You got yourself a nice little treat here,” he says, “I just love groovin’ here.” And groove, he does. When the sun is shining, you can count on seeing Hull out on Pearl Street, dancing or doing yoga and spreading his endless supply of good vibes. “We all need to learn to focus on... Read More

Faces of Boulder-Pic of the Day!

April 24th, 2017

Meet Andie Doak!  She is a (get ready) third-year molecular, cellular and developmental biology major and philosophy minor (phew!) at the University of Colorado Boulder.  Doak was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. “Boulder is close to the mountains yet still very much a city.  That is hard to find,” Doak says. Some stand-out classes she has taken at CU have been her music appreciation and bio-psych classes. “My goal is pharmacy school.  I want to do research with neurological diseases,” she says.  Read More

Faces of Boulder-Pic of the Day!

April 22nd, 2017

Meet Rockies and fantasy baseball fan, Brian Morton! Representing for the big opener in Denver today, Morton is ready to watch a great game. “I’m looking forward to the Rockies still being awesome,” he says, confident that the Cubs will go down tonight at Coors Field. Morton, a philosophy and math double major at CU, has lived in the Louisville and Boulder area his entire life. “Boulder is the San Francisco of the mountain west,” Morton says, “It has grown a ton, but the culture hasn’t changed at all.” So what do you say? Are you guys ready to cheer on the Rockies today with Morton?  Read More

Faces of Boulder-Pic of the Day!

April 21st, 2017

Taking a break in the shade with his buddies by the Boulder Creek, Tony Masar loves this beautiful spring weather. Masar is an Erie native who works and spends his weekends here in Boulder. He skis, snowboards and camps–to name just a few. “It’s a great outdoors place,” he says, “My wife and kids love to hang out by the creek and walk the Pearl Street Mall.” Masar says that he has a hard time getting his kids off of the rocks on Pearl Street. “They love playing on those things!” He recommends the Chautauqua trails for those looking for hikes here in Boulder. Masar is validation... Read More

Faces of Boulder-Pic of the Day!

April 20th, 2017

Meet Margarita Delgado, a retired forensic psychologist from Massachusetts. When asked about the strangest thing she has ever seen here in Boulder, her response may surprise you. “The kindness of the people here. It is strange to see how kind they are.” Delgado also claims that Boulder’s weather is the best she has ever seen!  She loves to walk around the University of Colorado campus and attend classes. “Being in the classroom makes me feel young and happy,” she says.  Read More

Faces of Boulder – Pic of the Day!

April 15th, 2017

“It’s fun out here!” Michael Stedman, born and raised in Longmont, Colorado, has been working for Fast Eddie’s Hot Dogs since last spring. Fast Eddie’s has been in business for 25 years, becoming one of the hottest spots on the Pearl Street Mall, especially at night. “It’s free entertainment,” says Stedman, “there’s nothing like the bar crowd at night. Once they see this cart, I’m their best friend.” Michael Stedman is not only passionate about Fast Eddie’s; he is passionate about life. He has spent 3 months in the forests of the Ozarks under a handmade shelter helping... Read More

Faces of Boulder-Pic of the Day!

May 4th, 2015

Meet Steelers and Penguins fan, Jason Zielinski!  After only being in Boulder for a couple months, he said that this city has surprised him. “The culture here is so free spirited,” he said. “Although, that shouldn’t have surprised me.” He has run one full marathon and two half-marathons, both his hometown of Pittsburgh.  Zielinski started running to beat his sister’s times and has continued running since.  He loves the outdoors and says he has already hiked all the flatirons since he has been in Boulder. If you don’t see Jason out running or hiking the... Read More

Faces of Boulder-Pic of the Day!

May 2nd, 2015

Meet Cindy Shoemaker of Honeyacre! This is their farm’s 30th year in business and 28th year attending the Boulder Farmer’s Market!  Fourteen people run the farm and they have 5,000 tomato plants growing this season! Shoemaker is proud to say that all of their products are pesticide and chemical free and their meat is 100% grass fed! Many people are surprised when they hear Honeyacre grows roses and cantaloupe!  They have now started making honey as well! So next time you are at the Boulder Farmer’s Market, make sure to stop on by the Honeyacre tent! Thanks Cindy!  Read More

[VIDEO] Faces of Boulder ~ World yo-yo competition

May 1st, 2015

Click here to see the video:  Taylor Noyes  Check out Taylor Noyes!  The link above will take you to the Video of the Day–an awesome trick by Noyes! Noyes’ goal is to eventually win the world yo-yo competition.  He has been doing this art for ten years, starting when he was only twelve years old! Noyes has Aspergers and he says that he loves the yo-yo because he gets to work with his hands.  Yo-yoing has allowed him to open up and start conversations with people-something that is hard for him. Noyes is a spiritual soul.  “I like Shambhala and the Dao De Jing.” he... Read More

Faces of Boulder-Pic of the Day!

April 29th, 2015

Meet Logan Silbert! He is the co-owner of Netik Clothing and Boulder Granola-and he is only 23! Silbert is originally from New York but he says that he belongs out here in Boulder. “It was just so stressed out there,” he says.  Now when he needs to get away from the busy Boulder life, he can take a short drive to the mountains and snowboard. “Snowboarding is my life,” he says. As if co-owning two businesses wasn’t enough, Silbert also builds snowboards for a company called Oz Snowboards.  Oh yeah, and add this to the list: he is graduating from CU in a few days!  Read More