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Discover Boulder’s Culinary Gems: Trip Advisor Unveils Top 10 Must-Try Indian Food Spots

February 26th, 2024

Boulder, Colorado, is known for its vibrant and diverse food scene, offering a wide array of international cuisines. One of the most beloved and sought-after options in Boulder is Indian food. The rich and flavorful dishes of Indian cuisine have found a special place in the hearts of locals and visitors alike. From aromatic curries to sizzling tandoori specialties, the Indian restaurants in Boulder offer a culinary journey to the enchanting flavors of the Indian subcontinent. Aromatic Spice Blends One of the defining features of Indian cuisine is its extensive use of spices and herbs, which infuse... Read More

Boulder Behind Bars: Grasping the True Cost of Attorney’s Fees in Criminal Cases

December 5th, 2023

Legal pickles can be sour, but finding the right lawyer shouldn’t leave a bad taste in your mouth. Let’s add some flavor to this journey!  From traffic tickets to more serious charges, legal troubles can knock on anyone’s door. You’re not alone. But fear not, the perfect lawyer is out there. You’ve read Selecting the Perfect Lawyer on AboutBoulder.com.  You’ve identified one, two or more lawyers to have an initial consultation with. Some charge for that initial meeting, while most do not charge. At my firm in Boulder, Dolan+Zimmerman [720-610-0951] we do not charge... Read More

Number One Earning Zip Code in Boulder Metro Area

April 21st, 2022

Stacker compiled a list of the highest-earning zip codes in Boulder, CO, using data from the US Census Bureau. Zip codes were mapped to cities using Simple Maps. To rank counties, the 5-year estimate median household income is used. Education and occupation have a significant impact on salary, but where a person lives can have a favorable or negative impact on their overall wages. It’s not just about the tax rates and living costs in a particular place. According to a Brookings study, location determines a significant range in earnings: For example, the median income in Sebring, Florida is... Read More

How to Help those Impacted by The Marshall fire & Other Resources

January 13th, 2022

How to help: Donate money:  Colorado Gives / Community Foundation Volunteer: Colorado Responds Provide housing Airbnb Open Homes BC United Community organizing Donate stuff Sister Carmen (655 Aspen Ridge Dr) Currently accepting: Food (no-prep, easy-to-eat items only) Sleeping bags in good condition $100 gift cards to Walmart, Target, Costco, local restaurants Money (sistercarmen.org) Child care, home goods, clothing and kids stuff can be offered via this community organizing spreadsheet, run by private citizens. Officials also encourage donations to local nonprofit thrift stores. Jones +... Read More

Top 3 Things to do in Louisville

January 12th, 2021

Motto: “Never Stop Growing” (Balfour) 1. Grab some ice cream at Sweet Cow A fan favorite, Sweet Cow is a Colorado based, small-batch ice cream shop, and its original location is in Louisville! Sweet Cow also has a food truck that travels around Colorado. This location is home to tons of seating and lights, and is a lovely place to hang out on warm summer afternoons. Their flavors are always changing, so there’s never a reason not to stop by! 2. Have a date night at Cinebarre If you want to have your cake and eat it too–while watching a movie–Cinebarre is the place to... Read More

Top 3 Restaurants in Louisville

July 25th, 2019

Look no further than AboutBoulder for some great restaurants in Louisville! 1. Huckleberry If you’re looking to come here on a Sunday afternoon for brunch, don’t be intimidated by the long line–it’s worth the wait. Huckleberry has great food and drinks (such as huckleberry lemonade) that come in large portions. I’m a fan of their pancakes and any of their baked goods. 2. Via Toscano Via Toscano is great if you are craving classic Italian food. Try the gnocchi bianco with pancetta and a gorgonzola-sage sauce for an explosion of flavors, or stick to a tried and true... Read More

Faces of Boulder – Pic of the Day

January 19th, 2016

As I was walking around to some shops, I stumbled upon a new, local pet store in downtown Louisville. When I walked inside to check it out, I met Steve and his friendly pup, Hank. Steve is the owner of Louie’s Pet Supply, which opened in Louisville last February. Steve was born and raised in Boulder and after living in Denver for 20 years, he decided to move back up north to jump start his business. Before opening Louie’s, Steve worked in the pet food manufacturing industry, but wanted to make his own company focusing on pet retail and all natural pet food. Along with his store, Steve... Read More

Faces of Boulder – Pic of the Day!

January 17th, 2016

The looming monotony of a 9-5 job behind a desk wasn’t the life these three, born and bred, Colorado adventurers aspired to live. In their senior year at Golden’s School of Mines, a simple idea to find where they belong sparked what is now fueling not only their company, but their lifestyle and livelihood. Meet Ben, Mark and Shamus! Manning their Belong Designs sponsor booth at the Prairie Dog Half Marathon on a foggy Louisville morning, these guys were nice enough to chat for a few minutes! There was evident enthusiasm for their apparel company and mission that was positively infectious.... Read More

Christmas Fun Around Boulder County

December 11th, 2014

It’s clear around Boulder that the holidays are in full swing. Just look toward that giant lighted star in the foothills and you know its time to do something festive. So here’s a list of many festive things going on right here in Boulder County. Boulder Christmas with the King Singers, Mackey Auditorium on Thursday December 11, 7:30 p.m. A Broadway Christmas Carol, University Theater CU starting on Friday December 12, at 7:30 p.m. and reoccurring on December 13th, 19th, 20th, 21st “If Charles Dickens had huddled with Rodgers and Hammerstein, Andrew Lloyd Webber, and Matt Stone... Read More

Christmas is Coming, and the Festivities are Beginning!

November 20th, 2014

As you’re getting ready for Turkey day, preparations for Christmas are already in full swing. It seems like everyone starts getting ready earlier and earlier each year. But can you blame them, Christmas and all the festivities it brings are a lot of fun! So here’s a couple of events coming up in Boulder County to get you in the Christmas spirit. Boulder –Switch on the Holidays, November 23, Sunday 5pm, Downtown Boulder Join Santa and the City of Boulder for a free holiday music performance and the lighting of the Boulder County Courthouse –Winter Sidewalk Sale, Friday... Read More

Happening Halloween Festivals

October 23rd, 2014

Its that spooky time of year again and if you’re looking for ghouls, ghosts, and goblins, look no further than your local parks! This upcoming weekend and Halloween weekend are sure to be filled with festivals and fun activities in and around the parks and public areas in Boulder county. Here’s my list of where to check out the frightful and fun fests: Boulder Halloween Carnival Oct 24 3-5pm at South Boulder Recreation Center This indoor family fun carnival has lots of activities for the little ones! Halloween Havoc Skateboard Contest Saturday Oct 25 10am-4pm Scott Carpenter... Read More

CU Cross Country Races to the Top

November 5th, 2013

Colorado Cross Country has done it again. On Saturday, November 2nd, the Buffaloes hosted the Pac-12 Cross Country Championships for the first time since 2002 and represented their home turf justly by coming out swinging (or sprinting, rather). The weather was just right for running on Saturday, with cool temperatures and very little wind as thousands of fans poured onto Coal Creek Golf Course in Louisville to cheer on the racers. Among the audience were many of the CU alumni who contributed in the past to establish Colorado as one of the premier running programs in the nation. Olympians, NCAA... Read More