Author Archives: Nick Milano

  • Finding Their Way on A Segway

    In 2002, a local Boulder couple, Sanford and Diana Greenberg became interested in a device that only existed in an episode of The Education of Max Bickford TV series. The Greenbergs were intrigued by the characters casually gliding around a fictional Chadwick University campus on Segway Transporters and little did they know, this would become a new business path they

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  • Arugula Launches Major Changes with “Spring...

    Arugula launches a new “inspired by the moment, inspired by farmers” menu format, new chef, new wine pairing dishes, and a newly redesigned dining room. Over the past few months, Arugula has been working behind the scenes on some major restaurant updates to both its menu and its dining environment. Ever since opening in 2009, Chef/Proprietor Alec Schuler has had

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  • Never To Be Forgotten

    NEVER TO BE FORGOTTEN A Remembrance of composers who were killed in the Holocaust Sunday, April 17th, 4:00pm | Dairy Arts Center As part of Holocaust Remembrance Week in Boulder, the Dairy collaborates with the Boulder Jewish Community Center and the University of Colorado Department of Anthropology to present music of composers who were killed in the Holocaust. Brilliant composers

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  • Frozen Dead Guy Days celebration stays true in being unique...

      Nederland, Colorado continued to remain a “world-renowned spectacle” as thousands of people came together to commemorate the frozen soul of whom locals refer to as “Grandpa.” Every March, the town of Nederland holds the unique festival, Frozen Dead Guy Days, in tribute to Bredo Morstøl, “Grandpa.” Morstøl, who is frozen in a Tuff Shed on dry ice, high above

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  • Boulder Arts Week at Dairy Arts Center – A Musical...

    CONVERSATIONS  Dairy Arts Center Wednesday, March 30 at 7:30pm Join us in a special concert for Boulder Arts Week! An evening of exciting duets from around the world performed by world-class musicians -- two violins with the Frequent Flyers Aerial Dance. Two steel drums! Cello and violin with the Frequent Flyers Aerial Dance.  Two flutes! Fiddle and guitar from Ireland. Sarod

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  • Announcing 2016 Boulder Distinguished Citizens of the Year

    Boy Scouts of America names towering business leaders Frank and Gina Day as 2016 Boulder Distinguished Citizens of the Year. The Boy Scouts of America, Longs Peak Council announced Frank and Gina Day as the recipients of the 2016 Boulder Distinguished Citizen Award.  This award will be presented on March 16, 2016 at a benefit dinner in their honor at

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  • Flashback to the ’80s at Peak to Peak Charter School...

    Don those retro shoulder pads, jelly shoes, and leg warmers! Peak to Peak Charter School invites you to an evening of celebration and fundraising in '80s style! Located in Lafayette, Peak to Peak Charter School offers a unique opportunity that other public schools do not. Peak to Peak differentiates itself not only by the fact that it is a K-12

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