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Living Bolder Than Boulder: Celebrating One of Boulder’s Original World Travels

March 21st, 2024

As Boulder’s own remarkable matron, Chris Bray, LP, MA, PhD, approaches her 75th birthday, we take a moment to step back into the pages of her past, which read like an adventure novel. In 1973, Bray and her newlywed husband, Tim, embarked on a year-long odyssey that would see them traverse the globe on a shoestring budget, a testament to their adventurous spirits and setting the standard for living bolder before it became Boulder’s way of life. Go On, Take the Money and Run In April, 1973, the newlywed couple Chris and Tim Bray made a bold decision to trade their wedding gifts for cash, step... Read More

Boulder Cat Attempts Purr-fect Crime: Prince Eugene’s Napoleonic Heist

March 16th, 2024

In the quaint town of Boulder, where history buffs and feline aficionados often cross paths, a curious caper unfolded at a local tea party that has since become the talk of the town. The culprit? None other than Prince Eugene, an 11-pound American shorthair cat with a penchant for pastries and a name steeped in military prowess. A Tea Party with a Historical Twist Angela Naus, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) by day and a history enthusiast by night and weekend, decided to throw a costume-optional tea party to celebrate her love for the Napoleonic Era. The table was set with a faded... Read More

Blueberries: Boulder’s Tiny Powerhouses

February 27th, 2024
blue round fruits on green leaves during daytime

We’ve all heard blueberries are good for us, but are they really? And if so, why? Here’s the skinny on one of Boulder’s favorite berries. Blueberry’s Health Benefits Heart Health: Blueberries’ antioxidants may reduce the risk of heart disease by improving cholesterol levels and blood pressure. Brain Boost: Regular consumption has been linked to improved cognitive function and memory. Blood Sugar Regulation: The low GI and fiber content help stabilize blood sugar levels and manage diabetes. Metabolism & Bone Health: The manganese and Vitamin K1 in blueberries... Read More

Shining a Light on Boulder: Boulder Solar Energy Initiatives

December 12th, 2023

Welcome to Boulder, a city that’s leading the way in renewable energy initiatives! In this blog post, we’ll be taking a closer look at the local solar energy initiatives that are helping to make Boulder an even brighter place to live. From the city’s commitment to using 100% renewable energy to its pioneering solar energy projects, we’ll be shining a light on the city’s commitment to a more sustainable future. So grab your sunglasses and let’s dive in! Boulder’s Bright Future: Harnessing Solar Energy Boulder, Colorado is a leader in the field of renewable... 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

Stoner Product Endorsements

August 11th, 2020

This post I’d like to take some time to highlight a few products currently available on the recreational market that I personally endorse and use. With the amount of products ready for purchase out in this relatively new market, often it is hard to distinguish which products are worth the asking price, particularly when it comes to things like vaporizers and hash oil pens. In this blog I will do my best to provide a relatively unbiased account of products that I both love and despise, and the reasons why. So lets dive right in. (Photo: Volcano non-portable Vape) 1) Vaporizers Non-portable Being... Read More

There’s No Place Like Home

January 9th, 2019
Statue of Liberty, New York

As a CU Boulder student currently on vacation in New York, I have been considering what it means to be away from Boulder. What do I miss? What am I happy to get a break from? It will not be long before I must return to Boulder, yet my more melodramatic side feels the need to examine the differences between the two cities. Perhaps the best thing about being a student at CU Boulder is the town surrounding it. The ‘hipster’ vibe which has earned Boulder the nickname of the ‘Boulder Bubble’ is something I do not receive in New York. The vibrant green grass of the city, the trees,... Read More

6 Events You Can’t Miss This Summer

May 30th, 2018
The Waids

That summer feel is in the air, and many of us are itching to get outside after a long, cold winter. Lucky for us, there are so many wonderful events being hosted in the Boulder area! Here are 6 events you can’t miss this summer: 1. Boulder Plein Art Festival From June 3-June 10, join artists and enthusiasts in paint-outs as they paint beautiful landscapes, cityscapes, and teach workshops. This event is open to the public and you may participate for $35 an event. This fee covers water, sunscreen, and on-site food, but these events are BYOP (bring your own paints). Or attend one of the workshops... Read More

Boulder Startup Offers Flexible Office Leasing Options

May 14th, 2015

“So much of difference between a triumph and a flop is determined by choice of venue.” ― Anatoly Belilovsky, The Immersion Book of Steampunk One of the biggest challenges new businesses and startups face is finding a space to grow. With so many outside factors like team growth, cost, lease contracts and available office space, getting your new business venture prime location for the best value is more than difficult. That’s where PivotDesk comes in. PivotDesk was created to ‘eliminate one of the biggest barriers startups face: finding flexible office space’. By working with companies... 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