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Boulder Barkers Abound Spreading Smiles

January 10th, 2024

      Boulder Dogs spread smiles throughout town. Dog friendly patios at restaurants add to that ambience.   Collies Are Truly Beautiful and Regal Dogs The Collie, renowned for its striking appearance and gentle demeanor, is a breed that has captured the hearts of dog lovers worldwide. Originating from Scotland and Northern England, Collies were primarily used as herding dogs, a role that has significantly shaped their characteristics, making them excellent family pets. One of the most notable traits of Collies is their intelligence. These dogs are exceptionally smart,... Read More

Exploring the Enigmatic Red Ruffed Lemur: A Tale of Unique Behaviors and Conservation Efforts

December 26th, 2023

                                    Red Ruffed Lemur Boulder‘s near neighbor continues to provide wonderful photo models. The Denver Zoo is an eclectic grouping of cool animals and modern habitats. This highly endangered red ruffed lemur at the zoo is as interested in us as we are in it. Latin and Lemurs, The Science of the Cute! The Red Ruffed Lemur, scientifically known as Varecia rubra, is a striking and unique species of lemur found primarily in the rainforests of Masoala Peninsula in northeastern Madagascar. This species is one of the largest lemurs, with a distinctive... Read More

Boulder’s Public Pools That are Sure to Cure the Sizzling Summer Heat

July 20th, 2022

Boulder has a very diverse range of temperatures throughout the year. We’ve seen its brutal arctic temperatures in the winter, and now that the summer solstice is exactly twenty-one days away, we should prepare ourselves for the relaxing summer heat. This heat can be intense, however, and at times it may be too much to bear. You could choose to just lock yourself in a refrigerator for the summer, but that’s probably not your cup of tea. Instead, you might enjoy checking out some of Boulder’s best outdoor public pools. Eldorado Swimming Pool Eldorado State Park is a beautiful... Read More

5 Reasons to Choose Organic Cannabis

February 15th, 2021

As an athlete and personal trainer, my mission is health for people and our planet. Cannabis is used as a medicine for many people, including myself, and as a safer alternative to harmful opioids and anti-inflammation drugs. There are so many reasons why increasing numbers of people and companies are choosing organic cannabis options, and here are a few. 1. Cannabis is Medicine Many people consume cannabis for medicinal reasons. Individuals may also be battling serious illnesses and have compromised immune systems. This is why so many people are choosing organic cannabis to get the highest quality... Read More

Making Strides in Federal Cannabis Lawsuit

June 1st, 2019

Earlier this week, the Federal Appeals Court reinstated the complaint and declined to dismiss the Federal Cannabis Lawsuit. The lawsuit was filed by several cannabis patients and advocates challenging the federal scheduling of cannabis. According to a comment by their legal representation Michael Hiller, “This case represents the first time in history that a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the CSA has survived dismissal.” This is amazing news for those advocating for the de-scheduling of cannabis. This means the court put the federal government on notice to make a decision for... Read More

Haunted House in Boulder Serves as Fundraiser for Local Girl Fighting Cancer

October 23rd, 2013

At the age of nine, a tumor was found in Kayla Armstrong’s brain, and she was diagnosed with cancer. She spent over 300 days in the hospital, undergoing chemotherapy, radiation treatment, a bone-marrow transplant, and many other arduous treatments and surgeries before finally emerging 18 months later with signs of great progress. She returned to the hospital for MRI scans for a period of two years before doctors could finally declare her cancer free. Her father, Mike Armstrong, described Kayla as being positive throughout the entire strenuous process and praised her for maintaining the “best... Read More