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Faces of Boulder – Pic of the Day!

March 5th, 2017

“Skating in general is an individual activity so people might think that there isn’t much of a culture or community, but we do come together. I remember when friend of mine was going through his final stages of ALS. To keep him out of a nursing home, some of the Boulder skating community came together to help fund the medical care so that he could live out his final days in the comfort of this own home. Skaters might have been thought of as punks, not educated, and be up to no good but I think the story has changed.” -Sam Samuel Hines is the owner of the Meta Skateboards shop... Read More

Faces of Boulder – Pic of the Day!

October 23rd, 2016

Sam Silkworth is a passionate skier, music lover, and awesome photographer. You’ll find him cruisin’ up to the top of Flagstaff to catch a sunset, or waking up early to hit the slopes during the winter time. When the sun goes down, he’s jammin’ out to tunes at Red Rocks and catching some epic moments during concerts that throw down. Check out his photography, ‘Silky Shots’, which featured a booth at the recent Oktoberfest show in Boulder. https://www.facebook.com/SilkyShots/  Read More

Justice Has Been Served for Boulder’s Beloved Mapleton Elk

June 3rd, 2014

On January 1st, 2013, one of Boulder’s most beloved animals was shot and killed by police officer Sam Carter. The Mapleton Elk, a common visitor of Boulder’s Mapleton Hill area, was once considered a “guardian” by some residents of the neighborhood. After a few hours of discussing the matter, the Boulder County jury came to the conclusion that Carter plotted the kill and tried to use his position as a police officer to cover up the story. Sam Carter was found guilty on nine accounts, four of which were felonies, including an account of forgery and two accounts of tampering... Read More