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Faces of Boulder – Pic of the Day!

April 15th, 2016

“My little boy, he’s two and a half, that’s really why I’m trying to get home. Otherwise I would stay here. I have my tent, I have everything I need, I would stay here, it’s no big deal. I’ve been fasting so I don’t even eat. His name is Augustine, he’s in Oklahoma…Since becoming a father it has helped me to connect with people and feel unconditional love for somebody, anybody, and in that way it kind of spreads to all people. It’s kind of why I’m not mad (being stranded in Boulder), because, you know, in a way we are all brothers and sisters, mother and fathers, and we’re... Read More

Faces of Boulder – Pic of the Day!

March 11th, 2016

“I was a teacher and the human condition was something that I have been enamored with. That is really why I liked teaching, is working with the kids, their hearts…I am an experiential facilitator. I work with groups that have an intentional goal to become more aware of some aspect of their groupness… I teach what I must learn, therefore the things that I work on with other people are the things that I am also learning myself. It is really all one in the same. Where does one start and one end? I really have no idea.”- Tiffany Higgins  Read More

Faces of Boulder – Pic of The Day!

February 26th, 2016

“I love playing. I love the way it feels… I just get lost in it really. I try to do it every day. I try to at least have a time where I really belt out some songs, and that’s either in my room, with the people above me listening, or that’s out here, or at a club. It’s really tough. Sometimes it’s just in my room and it’s so frustrating because I’m in my room trying to release all this energy that I want to be releasing out here in front of people. I like exposure, I don’t know, I like attention I guess.”- Josh Ryan  Read More

Riffs Urban Fare

September 25th, 2014

Last Friday, we stumbled into Riffs on Pearl Street not quite knowing what to expect. We had just popped into a handful of West Pearl restaurants, to find the same thing at all: 45 minute wait, overflowing with students and visiting parents, or overpriced. As many wonderful things as I had heard about Riffs, I had only enjoyed a drink or two at their bar and never actually ordered their food. We decided to see that it was all give it a whirl… What a surprise! A pleasant, excellent, tasty, and affordable surprise! We were seated within 2 minutes of walking through the door (refreshing since... Read More

A Latin Affair: Centro Latin Kitchen And Refreshment Palace.

September 4th, 2014

We all know that Boulder has a little something for everyone, so finding your favorite, go-to restaurant is a breeze! (Unless your me and find it hard to pick favorites…) Despite my difficulties on choosing a single “favorite restaurant”, I have found Centro Latin Kitchen and Refreshment Palace is consistently at the top of my list. The food is always great, the vibe is always fun, their happy hour is killer and if you’re lucky, they might have live music while you’re there! Plus they always give a nod to my favorite South American holidays and traditions. (Their Carnival... Read More

Hapa: The Happiest Hour.

June 17th, 2014

It’s no secret that Boulder’s restaurant scene is bursting. We take our food scene seriously. You’ll find every type of cuisine, at any price point, to fit the needs of everyone in your group. That being said, it’s safe to say that we also take hour happy hour scene very seriously as well.  Sushi lovers across Boulder have no doubt found themselves at Hapa Sushi from one time or another, enjoying their excellent happy hour! The popular Pearl St. spot is usually packed with families, students, and celebrities (hello, One Direction!) alike, all eager to grub down on the unique spin on traditional... Read More

Zoe Ma Ma: You’ll Never Look At Take Out The Same Again.

May 22nd, 2014

If you know me, you know there is one place I’m always craving. It’s kind of my favorite restaurant… (Actually, it is my favorite restaurant…) Not many people remember it’s here. In fact, if you’re a fellow Boulderite, you’ve more than likely swiftly passed over it on your way to Pasta Jay’s or the West End. But I’m gonna let you in on this Boulder gem: Zoe Ma Ma’s. Its quite possibly some of the best traditional, Chinese, comfort food you can find. None of your typical Chinese take out of General Tsao’s or rubbery sesame chicken and rice…... Read More