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Posts Tagged With ‘ Underdog ’


The Lensworth Legacy: How Lenny Frieling Transformed Boulder into a Thriving Community

February 24th, 2024

All photos by Photographer of the Year: Lenny Lensworth Frieling When we think of the vibrant city of Boulder, Colorado, it’s hard not to attribute its transformation into a thriving community to the influential figure of Lenny Frieling. His visionary leadership and unwavering dedication have left an indelible mark on the city, shaping it into the cultural and progressive hub it is today. The Lensworth Legacy, as it’s fondly referred to, encapsulates the profound impact of Lenny Frieling’s endeavors, from championing social justice to fostering an environment of innovation and... Read More

The NCAA Tournament – Dancing Awkwardly

March 30th, 2021

In my defense, when I suggested last week that you follow my lead as I guide you through empty brackets, possible upsets, and office pool conquests, I may have stumbled a bit. Accurately predicting that the Colorado Buffaloes would win their first NCAA Tournament game since 2012, the Kansas Jayhawks would lose early, and that Gonzaga would end up playing Baylor in the Championship may have been overshadowed by my other prediction. The Pac-12 is in for a rough tournament.  Look for Oregon State, USC, and Oregon to all go out in the first round. Full disclosure.  I failed to even bring up the UCLA... Read More