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Faces of Boulder – Pic of The Day!

October 4th, 2016

This girl has Boulder written all over her. The Boulder atmosphere and beauty runs through her veins. Hannah loves skiing and passionately played softball for some time in  here life. It’s so ironic how you can just catch good vibes from people, because she felt like I was a cool guy from the vibes she caught from me, and she was an umpire on college level. She acquired a tattoo of the flatiron on her shoulder as a constant reminder of where she’s from and how amazing it is to be from a place where people come to tour almost everyday. Hannah says she always wanted to be here in Boulder... Read More

The Boulder Dushanbe Teahouse: Humans, Tea, and Humanity

April 10th, 2016

Since its permanent settlement in the 1850s, the City of Boulder has been a Western hub of thought, culture, and appreciation for natural beauty. Since the 1980s, Boulder’s uniqueness has allowed it to participate in the international sister cities program, a program whose ongoing success is reflected throughout the city. Boulder shares a bond with seven sister cities all across the globe (in Tajikistan, Nicaragua, China, Mexico, Japan, Cuba, and Kenya); through these bonds, Boulder has experienced an objectively positive exchange of culture. The international sister city movement began in 1947,... Read More