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Top 7 CU Boulder Students Home States

September 29th, 2022

The University of Colorado Boulder is a public research university located in Boulder, Colorado. It was established in 1876, five months before Colorado became a state, and serves as the flagship of the University of Colorado system. The University has 66.4% White students, 12.5% Hispanic or Latino students, 5.85% Two or More Races students, 5.75% Asian students, 1.73% Black or African American students, 0.211% American Indian or Alaska Native students, and 0.0748% Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islanders students. According to Colorado.edu, here is a list of the top 7 home states of CU... Read More

What Exactly is Leaf Peeping?

September 29th, 2022

In the United States and Canada, leaf peeping is the informal term for the activity of viewing and photographing the fall foliage in areas where the leaves change color in autumn, particularly in northern New England, Appalachia, and the upper Midwest, as well as Ontario and Quebec. Colors typically peak in Colorado’s northern mountains during the month of September. The central mountains reach their highest point in the last week of the month. It’s the first week of October in our southern mountains.    Read More

Faces of Boulder – Peter

September 28th, 2022

You can catch Peter on Pearl Street performing his specialty of juggling with both his hands and feet. Starting at a young age, Peter loved to juggle: but with a twist. He competed in hacky sack competitions and won the world tournament multiple times. This taught him to juggle first with his feet, then his hands; now he juggles with both at the same time. Peter started to preform shows in San Fransisco in 1994, without know what he was doing, but eventually figured it out and hasn’t stopped. He’s preformed all over the world. His favorite places to perform were Prague and Vietnam.... Read More

Faces of Boulder ~ Pic of the Day!

September 27th, 2022

The Pearl Street Mall is a major tourist attraction in Boulder, as well as a favorite hangout for students at the adjacent University of Colorado Boulder. Locally owned companies coexist with national chain retailers and eateries at the mall.  It’s also where a lot of Boulder’s nightlife happens. Several street performers, including musicians, perform on Pearl Street Mall during the summer months. The Pearl Street Mall is lined with public art, including fountains and sculptures, as well as a sandbox for kids, a stylized map of Boulder County, and a number of tiny gardens with a variety... Read More

Outdoor Pic of the Day – Boulder Flatirons

September 27th, 2022

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Boulder’s Highest Rated Fast Food Restaurant

September 25th, 2022

Wild Pastures Burger Company in Boulder, Colorado received the number one ranking for the best fast food based on the most recent Yelp reviews. Wild Pastures Burger Company Mission To put it simply, our mission in creating Wild Pastures Burger Co is: 1. To be the healthiest fast casual burger chain in the world with the highest quality ingredients in every single item we serve. 2. To be the most environmentally responsible fast casual restaurant chain in the world, where not only are we dedicated to “do less harm”, but we’re actually committed to being a SOLUTION to some... Read More

Outdoor Pic of the Day – Longs Peak – Elevation 14,259 ft

September 24th, 2022

Longs Peak, at 14,259 feet, towers above all other summits in Rocky Mountain National Park. Almost anywhere in the park, you can see the flat-topped monarch. Different perspectives reveal the great mountain’s distinct profiles. Longs Peak’s moods are reflected in the changing weather. Thousands of people climb Longs Peak via the Keyhole Route during the summer, when conditions permit. The Keyhole Route is not a hiking trail. It’s a scramble across enormous sheer vertical rock faces, often with falling rocks, where an unroped fall would almost certainly be fatal. The path is characterized... Read More

Top 7 Reason to go Solar in Colorado

September 23rd, 2022

Colorado has an average of 245 sunny days per year. One of the reasons Coloradans are going solar is to use all of this sunshine to power their homes in a cleaner, safer, and more affordable way. Colorado also has excellent solar incentives to help you get started with solar for less money. 1. REDUCED OPERATING COSTS: The cost of energy is one of the most concrete and important benefits of going solar. Your electric bill is significantly decreased, and in some cases even eliminated, by the electricity a solar system generates, allowing you to save the difference or use the money elsewhere. 2. GOOD... Read More

Outdoor Pic of the Day – Sunrise over Boulder and the Flatirons

September 23rd, 2022

Boulder and the Flatirons in the early morning light. Green and Bear mountains can be seen in the background.  Read More

Are the Boulder Flatirons Remnants of Ancient Beaches?

September 22nd, 2022

You will learn how Boulder’s iconic Flatirons formed. Turns out, Boulder was once beachfront property. The Flatirons are Boulder’s favorite portion of the Fountain Formation, a geological formation of mostly red sandstone. This sandstone, more appropriately called “arkose” gets its color from the pinkish feldspar contained it it. This red rock makes up the Red Rocks of Morrison and the Garden of the Gods in Colorado Springs. The Fountain Formation stretches from Colorado Springs all the way to Wyoming. The reddish color is due to the concentration of feldspar in the sandstone,... Read More

Buying Real Estate: Tips on Making an Offer

September 21st, 2022

If you are interested in investing in real estate, then you need to know how to make an offer professionally. If you know how to make offers, then you will be able to negotiate more effectively and reduce the real estate’s final purchase price. Inexperienced people who haven’t the faintest idea of how to make strategic offers often end up paying far more than a property is worth, simply because they didn’t take the time to conduct research and learn about making offers. Don’t worry about not knowing how, because this article’s got you covered. Here’s how to make an offer on real... Read More

Boulder’s Dog of the Day!

September 20th, 2022

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Faces of Boulder – Pic of the Day

September 19th, 2022

Meet Nyah ‘The didgeridoo is an extension of my soul, so I suffered when I lost it.” Nyah has a spiritual connection with the beautiful sounding wind instrument, the didgeridoo. Nyah first saw one when she was in elementary school, and was immediately drawn to the sound it made. She didn’t see one again until she was visiting San Francisco and saw one that was beautifully made with mushrooms carved on to look like they were wildly flowing from the base. When Nyah was at Mt. Shasta another time for Shasta Solstice, there was a gathering of people and she came across a man with a didgeridoo... Read More

6 Famous Boulderites You Should Know

September 19th, 2022

We can’t say for sure if being in Boulder makes you a better or more successful person, but these celebrities from our fair city lend some credibility to the notion. And since we aren’t a gossip site, these won’t all be film and TV stars. We are showing you real people from Boulder who did, and are doing, interesting and popular things with their lives. 3OH!3 Sean Foreman and Nathaniel Motte make up the electronica group 3OH!3, which received national success with their song “Don’t Trust Me”. They gained even more attention when they collaborated with Ke$ha... Read More

Boulder has America’s Steepest County Road

September 19th, 2022

Lickskillet Road (Boulder County Road 89) is said to be America’s steepest county road, with an average gradient of 14.2% (and grades up to around 18%) over a mile of well-graded dirt road. The road’s highest point is in the town of Gold Hill, at an elevation of 8286 feet. How did the name Lickskillet come about? According to legend, a group of campers prepared a large meal. One camper arrived late, and when he went looking for food, all he found was an empty skillet. He licked the skillet because he was hungry, and the community has been known as Lick Skillet ever since.  Read More

Boulder: The Happiest City in The U.S.

September 18th, 2022

Many cities in Colorado hit the top 25 list of National Geographic’s happiest cities, including Fort Collins and Colorado Springs, but Boulder consistently takes the number one spot for a variety of reasons. There are many factors that the researchers took into account, including, diets, how involved people are in their communities, how often people go on holiday, how easy it is to get around on foot or by bike, and even how frequently people visit the dentist. One of the key factors in Boulderites happiness is the easy access to nature. The city enjoys scenery that all of Colorado has to... Read More

Thinking about going Solar? Everything you need to know about the new Federal Tax Credits

September 15th, 2022

The most important solar incentive available today is the federal solar tax credit, now known as the Clean Energy Credit. The tax credit covers 30% of the cost of installing solar panels, saving you thousands of dollars in taxes. It can even completely eliminate what you owe in some cases! Most Americans are eligible for the solar tax credit, but there are some important details to understand about how it works, what qualifies, and who can benefit from it before making the switch to solar. Solar systems installed before 2033 are eligible for a 30% tax credit on their installation costs. A $20,000... Read More

Boulder’s Dogs of the Day!

September 13th, 2022

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Explaining Boulder County’s Name and Shape

September 13th, 2022

Most of the West was divided up into straight-edged, boxy regions and subdivisions (take a look at poor Yuma County). Boulder County escapes the purely rectangular form of other counties in Colorado, and today we will tell you why. Plus, we will tell you why it’s named Boulder (but we bet you can guess). The need for Colorado to become a territory coincided with the secession of several southern states from the Union in 1861. Colorado applied for statehood that year, and offered the Union secure access to precious mineral deposits. Boulder County was one of the original 17 counties of... Read More

Since 1994 This Top-Rated Boulder Seafood Restaurant has won Numerous Awards

September 11th, 2022

According to the most recent Yelp reviews,  Jax Fish House and Oyster Bar located in Boulder, Colorado received the number one ranking for the best seafood. In addition, it has been rated as one of the top Seafood restaurants in the United States. Jax has been serving the freshest, most sustainable seafood the ocean has to offer since 1994, and has consistently been awarded one of the top restaurants in Boulder and Denver. Prepare yourself for the welcoming-yet-wild ambiance that sets Jax apart at this Pearl street hotspot. photos via: jax fish house and oyster bar:        Read More