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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

Faces of Boulder-Video of the Day!

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 30th, 2015

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

April 28th, 2015

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

Recovering from the Flood

September 20th, 2013

After the disastrous floods which lasted from September 11 through September 15, Boulder County has officially been designated a Federal Disaster Area. According to CNN, there have now been seven confirmed fatalities and approximately 18,000 homes across the state have seen damage. Nearly 200 miles of state highways will need to be repaired along with many more miles of local roads. It’s been estimated that repairing all of the damage may end up costing businesses, homeowners, and local governments up to two billion dollars. Here in Boulder, Boulder County Sheriff Joe Pelle has said that... Read More

Eight Tips for Incoming Freshmen from a Seasoned CU Vet

August 28th, 2013

So, you’ve just started school at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Congrats! You’re in for the best four (or maybe more) years of your life, which you’re likely to have trouble remembering. Here are eight tips from a current CU senior to help you new Buffs out as you navigate CU: 1) Dealing with your Roommate: Try not to worry too much about having a “bad roommate.” Statistically speaking, it’s very unlikely that they’ll be a psycho serial killer. Just be respectful to them and chances are they’ll return the favor. Don’t leave a mess in... Read More