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The Most Expensive Homes in Boulder for Sale This Week

July 21st, 2021

333 Bellevue Dr, Boulder, CO 80302 – $14,250,000 746 Wagonwheel Gap Rd, Boulder, CO 80302 – $850,000,000 5163 Independence Rd, Boulder, CO 80301 – $8,000,000 3200 S Foothills Hwy, Boulder, CO 80303 – $7,900,000 2015 Balsam Dr, Boulder, CO 80304 – $7,000,000 Thanks to Realtor.com for the listings  Read More

Boulder, Colorado Air Quality WORSE than Beijing & Los Angeles!

July 18th, 2021

As wildfires ravage throughout the United States, air quality in Colorado has steadily declined. Currently, the Boulder air quality index (AQI) is worse in Boulder than in Beijing, China, and Los Angeles — two locations known for poor air quality. This summer, AboutBoulder has teamed up with AirDoctor to promote healthy air through offering discounts on hospital-inspired air purifiers. Click the picture below to purchase your AirDoctor today!  Read More

Boulder a Growing Target for Both the Young and the Rich

July 5th, 2021

As remote work grows and cities become more congested, a new trend has arisen with highly affluent people, as well as young people flocking to American suburbs, opting out of the ‘big city’ life. Boulder fits smack dab in the target for this new trend, combining its beauty with its growing business community, as well as its small(ish) town vibe.  Read More

Low Air Quality has Returned! Follow this Real-Time Boulder Air Quality Tracker

June 16th, 2021

PurpleAir has an air quality tracker that shows the impact across the state, and shows Boulder is suffering from a Particle Matter (PM) Pollution over 100, which also gives this warning: “101-150: Members of sensitive groups may experience health effects if they are exposed for 24 hours. The general public is not likely to be affected.” You can see the air quality tracker HERE.  Read More

Boulder, Colorado Named Best Place to Live in 2020-2021 U.S. News and World Report

May 20th, 2021

US News and World Report has released its ranking for best places to live – ranking Boulder, Colorado #1 overall! Denver, Colorado was ranked #2 followed by Austin, Texas. According to the article, “Boulder debuted in the rankings this year and catapulted to No. 1 due to its strong Desirability, Quality of Life and Job Market scores.” Read the entire article HERE.  Read More

Save the Restaurants! – How Boulders Own Bobby Stuckey is Helping Independent Restaurants Survive the COVID-19 Pandemic

May 13th, 2021

Over the past year, we have interviewed community members, business owners, and Boulderites who have come together during these challenging times to support each other and the businesses that make Boulder special. This story wouldn’t be complete without highlighting one of the leaders in the Boulder Restaurant industry who has spearheaded efforts to protect independent restaurants both here in Colorado and across the nation. Bobby Stuckey, co–founder, managing partner, and Master Sommelier of Frasca Hospitality Group, and co-founder of the Independent Restaurant Coalition, is a household name... Read More

Everything You Need to Know About Alien Dutchess

April 29th, 2021

A Cresco Lab creation designed to lull the user into a deep meditative state prior to providing an intense and potent euphoric trip. Alien Dutchess is a refined cross between Alien OG and Dutch Treat Haze. Many users report that the strain smells of pine and lemon, with a splendid spicy aroma to finish the ordeal. Upon consuming the strain, citrus becomes unmistakably present, along with earthy undertones that seal the deal on a flavourful masterpiece. Common users of Alien Dutchess are those who struggle to gain weight due to some sort of physical or mental hardship such as anorexia or severe... Read More

Top 5 Reasons Why Locals Should Ski

February 26th, 2021

If you live in Denver, you should go skiing at least once a year—full stop. There, I’ve said it. It might be controversial, but we believe that if you live in Colorado and don’t make it to the mountains at least once every winter, you’re blowing it. Sure, there are plenty of fun activities for Denverites to do all year round that aren’t skiing, but a trip to the slopes is an important part of the experience of being a resident of The Mile High City, and it can be a fun and affordable pastime if you do it right. Here are the top 5 reasons why Denverites should hit the slopes every winter: You... Read More

When is it Tune Time? 3 Things to Look Out for in Your Snow Gear

February 20th, 2021

Just like your car or your bike, your snow gear could use a little bit of a tune up from time to time. Sure, it’s easy to just ride your skis or snowboard every day all winter with little regard to how they’re holding up, but just a little bit of attention and tuning goes a long way towards keeping your gear performing well. Proper tuning will actually extend the life of your favorite skis or board so that you can keep enjoying them on the slopes. But how do you know if your skis or snowboard need a tune up? Here are some tips and tricks to help you keep an eye on how your equipment is doing... Read More

4 Important Tune-Ups for Denver Winter Bike Commuters

February 13th, 2021

For the dedicated rider, bike commuting is a year-round affair. Sure, there are plenty of fair-weather commuters who hang up their bikes as soon as it starts to rain, but for those really committed to riding their bikes to work, there is no offseason. Instead, Denver’s winter bike commuters must re-asses and prepare for less clement weather. It’s a good idea to get some bike tuning done each spring and fall regardless of your riding habits to ensure your bike is running smoothly. Road bike tuning every fall might seem unnecessary; after all, if the bike is running fine, why pay to mess with... Read More

Smoke in the Air in Boulder – How to Follow Colorado Wildfires Live

October 20th, 2020

As this record wildfire season rages on in Colorado, The Colorado Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Management has an active map allowing users to follow where there are wildfires burning, including side and containment level. Check out the map HERE!  Read More

The 5 Most Expensive Homes for Sale in Boulder this Week

October 8th, 2020

Here are the 5 most expensive homes for sale in Boulder this week according to Realtor.com: 1810 Norwood Ave – $8,500,000 5163 Independence Rd – $8,000,000 3200 S Foothills Hwy – $7,900,000 2158 Tamarack Ave – $7,400,000 603 Highland Ave – $7,300,000  Read More

The Cheapest Homes for Sale in Boulder this Week

August 25th, 2020

823 Zamia Ave, Boulder, CO, 80304 – $260,431 811 Main St, Boulder, CO, 80302 – $305,000 5216 Fourmile Canyon Dr, Boulder, CO, 80302 – $450,000 2820 Jay Rd, Boulder, CO, 80301 – $450,000 3682 Fourmile Canyon Dr, Boulder, CO, 80302 – $489,000  Read More

Google now Tracking Wildfires Across Colorado and the US Hour by Hour

August 21st, 2020

Another day in Boulder with smoke filling the air, and now Google has released tracking tools that keep up the date information on the status of wildfires across Colorado and the rest of the United States. To learn more about how and why Google is fighting the impact of wildfires with technology, read their blog here.  Read More

The 5 Most Expensive Homes for sale in Boulder this Week

August 17th, 2020

Here are the 5 most expensive homes for sale in Boulder the week of August 17th, 2020: 603 Highland Ave, Boulder, CO, 80302 – $7,300,000 4217 Eldorado Springs Dr, Boulder, CO 80303 – $6,499,000 453 Pine St, Boulder, CO 80302 – $6,300,000 2299 4th St, Boulder, CO 80302 – $6,200,000 522 Highland Ave, Boulder, CO 80302 – $6,200,000 Thank you Realtor.com for the listings  Read More

What Boulder is All About: Nothing Bundt Cakes Spreading Joy in Time of Need

August 7th, 2020

Amy Long is no stranger to adversary – actually her life has been overcoming one challenge after another to be in the place she is today, a successful entrepreneur, business owner, and Boulder community member. Amy developed her resilience and work ethic from her parents, who owned and operated the popular local restaurant Tsing Tao Asian Cuisine in the south part of Boulder for 22 years. Growing up in the restaurant and hospitality industry was a ‘school of hard knocks,’ where she developed the skills and knowledge for building businesses from the ground up. After years of building small... Read More

VIDEO: Rare Sighting of Bobcat Mom Playing with 5 Cubs in Boulder

July 27th, 2020

Denver7 posted this adorable video of a mother bobcat playing with her 5 young cubs in Boulder County. Check out the video HERE!  Read More

Boulder Real Estate Update – The Cheapest and Most Expensive Residential Properties Currently For Sale

July 22nd, 2020

The cheapest residential property currently for sale in Boulder is a condo located at 3025 Broadway St. APT 27, Boulder, CO 80304 which is currently priced at $315,000. The most expensive residential property in Boulder is a ‘contemporary masterpiece’ with million dollar views and a multi-million dollar price tag. For $4,995,000, you can own this new build on 7 secluded acres located at 219 High View Dr, Boulder, CO 80304. Thank you to Zillow.com for the listings.  Read More

The 5 Most Expensive Homes for Sale in Boulder this Week

July 15th, 2020

Here are the 5 most expensive homes currently for sale in Boulder according to Zillow.com: 505 College Ave, Boulder, CO 80302 – $3,150,000 1157 Pintail Ct, Boulder, CO 80303 – $2,995,000 4437 Prado Dr, Boulder, CO 80303 – $2,250,000 2130 Mesa Dr, Boulder, CO 80304 – $1,800,000 480 Lipan Way, Boulder, CO 80303 – $1,389,000  Read More

4th of July in Boulder!

July 4th, 2020

Happy 4th of July! With the unique circumstances of 2020 and the Coronavirus Pandemic, The City of Boulder has released a guide for celebrating the holiday this weekend. Check out their guide and video HERE!  Read More