Author Archives: Clare

  • The West End Tavern Presents 7th Annual JUL-IPA Festival

    Celebrating the BEST and BADDEST IPAs out there! Tomorrow Saturday, July 11, The West End Tavern and The Farm will present the seventh annual JUL-IPA Festival, a celebration of the BEST and BADDEST IPAs out there. Brewers, beer geeks, and the Boulder community will join forces for this epic event of awesome ice-cold beer from 30+ breweries, delicious bites from

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  • 4th of July: Top 10 Things To Do in Boulder

    Feeling ready for the holiday weekend but not quite sure what you'll do? The Boulder Source is here to help. Here's are our Top 10 list for the 4th of July: 1. Star Spangled Splash: Enjoy a day at Boulder’s largest “beach” from 10 am - 4 pm. The City of Boulder Parks and Recreation Department will host the 2nd Annual Star Spangled

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  • The Long Run Rocks the Stage at Band on the Bricks

    Wednesday night's Band on the Bricks truly was a "Tribute to the Eagles" as Colorado band The Long Run took the audience back in time as they reproduced Eagles’ hits with an organic '70s sound, impressive vocals, and lively percussion. Meet the band: Steven Weimeister - electric guitar Adam Rey - electric guitar Doug Krause - keyboard Ken Robinson - bass Mark Trippensee -

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  • The Long Run to Perform This Week at Band on the Bricks

    "Colorado's Tribute to The Eagles" The Long Run was born from 5 of some of the busiest musicians on Colorado's Front Range. Laden with 4 and 5 part harmonies, They reproduce the Eagles' hits with an organic 70's sound, accurate lead guitarists, multi-instrumentalists, and a lead-singing drummer. The Long Run have played many of Denver's major festivals, including playing at Budweiser Event

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  • Cracking the DaVinci Coders

    Author of the 2011 book, Communicating with the Future, Tom Frey’s core belief is that “the greatest value in understanding the future comes from spotting the major cultural, demographic, societal, and economic shifts early and translating them into viable business strategies.”  Three years ago, that’s what Frey did. He spotted a major disparity in the lightning-fast world of technology and foresaw the

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  • This Week at the Boe Theater

    This week at the Boedecker Theater: Boulder’s Art House Movie Theater at The Dairy Center for the Arts. Wednesday at 1, our cultural programming encore is Shakespeare’s Midsummers Night’s Dream from the Globe. Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream is one of his happiest and most loved comedies. In this popular comedy, a quartet of mismatched lovers, and a gaggle of hapless actors and mischievous sprites cross paths with the

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  • Bike to Work Day is Almost Here!

    Are you ready? Bike to Work Day is tomorrow and we are definitely ready for it! With 230+ breakfast stations, water stations, and after-work parties all around the region, be sure to map out your route to see all of the stations you can visit on your ride. Stress-free riding. To make your experience as stress-free as possible, we wanted to

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