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Posts Tagged With ‘ shopping ’


Fido Friday welcomes: Rosie! Boulder’s Furry Shopaholic.

January 12th, 2024

Fido, our official Boulder mascot at AboutBoulder.com, is with us for Fido Friday! Dogs everywhere are jumping extra high, knowing that for many, more dog-time will be forthcoming. Rosie is so attentive because she wants to be certain that dog food is on shopping the list                                          Photo Debi Dodge Rosie has to be watched closely at JAX. She loves the wares and is a dangerous shopper there. She’s almost two years old. The sweet little lady is a mix of cartridge, pit bull, German shepherd, chow, and Rottweiler. It is not clear how all of... Read More

The Boroughs of Boulder

October 1st, 2023

A Boulderites guide to navigating Boulder’s neighborhoods … CU Boulder’s Main Campus. Boulder is a college town in the best possible way. The University of Colorado campus is plopped right in the center of town and sprawls for several blocks along Broadway street. Tree-lined walkways, old brick buildings, and the spacious Norlin Quad all make campus a central hub for students and professors alike. The Hill. Directly across from the CU Campus is the area known as “the Hill.” Chock full of restaurants, bars, shops, and rowdy student housing, the hill is a lively place to walk around... Read More

Five Tips for Eating Healthy without Breaking the Bank

May 31st, 2023
chicken plate

Healthy eating can be expensive if you’re on a tight budget, but it can be done with a little thought and creativity.  Here are some easy tips for eating healthy on a budget: Plan your meals. If you plan your meals, build a shopping list, and only buy what’s on the list, you’ll spend less on stuff you don’t need.  You can save even more if you take a look at what’s on sale at your grocery store and build your food plan around it. For example, this week, my grocery store is having a special on ground turkey, salad greens, grapefruit, pears, and whitefish—all items around which I can... Read More

Boulder’s Top 3 Rated Thrift Stores

August 24th, 2022

Thrifting allows you to find similar trends for a fraction of the price. Thrift stores also sell new and brand-name items at low prices. You can get your favorite brands without having to pay retail prices. Not to mention that most thrift stores have fantastic sales that are affordable to anyone. Here are the three thrift stores in Boulder, Colorado, that received the highest ratings according to the most recent reviews that were posted on Yelp. 1  – ARES Thrift Store – Now Pig + Pearl Second Hand 2 – Greenwood Wildlife Thrift Shop & Consignment Gallery 3 – TRU Hospice... Read More

Faces of Boulder- Pic of the Day!

October 10th, 2015

These two spent the day shopping on Pearl Street, enjoying all the sights and sounds of Boulder. Michele, on the left, was visiting her daughter after flying in from Oregon. She was only here for the weekend before heading back to Salem. Thanks for visiting guys!    Read More

The Source: Boxcar Coffee + Holiday Market

December 16th, 2014

While there are many places to do your holiday shopping in Boulder, there’s a fantastic place in Denver that’s worth checking out too: The Source. Located in the developing RiNo neighborhood, The Source is a unique market housed inside a former brick foundry building from the 1880s. Opened just last year, it’s a thriving collective of food and design retailers offering a distinctively local dining and shopping experience seven days a week. This weekend you can attend The Source’s indoor Holiday Market to do your last minute shopping. There will be various local vendors,... Read More

Black Friday: How to Prepare as a College Student

November 5th, 2014

  A good friend of mine once said, that he loves the smell of fall, the taste of winter, and the sound of spring. Is this a famous quote yet?!! Anyways, besides the fact that fall smells especially delightful as far as seasons go, it also means to get ready to spend a lot of money   You see, every year Black Friday takes on a new role. A bigger and badder role. I’ve never been considered a trust fund baby, I’ve paid for most of what I own, so anytime I’m buying gifts for others or myself I find the rock bottom deals. It’s an odd concept, but some people feel better paying full... Read More