News and Reviews
  • Boulder Steppin’ Out in Style

    Cool ruled Boulder's fashion scene at the second annual Fashion’s Night Downtown. Models from 25 downtown retailers strutted the runway in the heart of the city, sporting outfits styled by store employees. New and recycled clothing store Buffalo Exchange won kudos from the crowd for their creative style. Model Mae Sicard of Boulder donned super-hip sunglasses, which Sicard said are

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  • The latest in Boulder real estate: Rocky Mountain Tiny Homes

    You may have caught him at BIFF's screening of Tiny, where his flagship model gave audiences a chance to experience the Tiny House phenomenon for themselves. It was on this trip that, "Boulder found me," says Greg Parham, founder of Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses. Traveling the Rockies from Idaho to New Mexico in search of design inspiration, Parham found inspiration in the modern-style face lifts appearing throughout the

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  • B the change

    When Benefit Corporation, or B Corp, was in the market to open its first regional office, Boulder was the natural first choice. With 44 Colorado businesses officially inducted into B Corp, the state is a national leader in a movement once exclusive to a few stand-alone corporations (Patagonia and Ben & Jerry's come to mind). Official B Corp businesses are legally

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  • Catering to Boulder’s nonprofits: Nonprofit...

    Foothills United Way's Nonprofit Cultivation Center will host Boulder's 2014 Nonprofit Technology Summit on May 8th. The full-day event is in its fourth year of bringing technology leaders together to support the strengthening of Boulder's nonprofits. Summit-goers will learn best practices for streamlining within their organization, meet technology professionals who specialize in working with nonprofit organizations, and attend training on

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  • The art of the remodel: Red Pepper Design

    Margie McCulloch moved to Colorado for the mountains, the sky, the sunshine, and the progressive thinking. In a previous life, McCulloch lived in Ohio, working as a photographer and set designer primarily for print advertising. It was here that the future designer began purchasing homes to fix up and resell generating enough success that realtors began referring clients to her. Her background in

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  • Divine invention

    Cyclists: you can see clearly now | Way way back, I used to ski in shellacked blue jeans and convenience-store sunglasses. When I finally upgraded to insulated pants and a decent pair of goggles, it was an absolute revelation. These two simple items turned something I already loved into something so much better. Bicyclists everywhere will soon gain a similar

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