News and Reviews
  • 15th Annual Whittier Garden Tour is Here and Better Than...

    It's that special time again! Whittier International Elementary School is proud to host the 15th annual Whittier-Mapleton Garden Tour. Located in the historic and beautiful Mapleton Hill neighborhood of downtown Boulder, the Garden Tour is a tradition you won’t want to miss. Boasting 140 year-old trees, roses of every hue, exotic plants, terraced landscapes, and stunning architecture across eight different

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  • NewCo for a New Year

    It’s 2017 and you’re looking for inspiration for your business? Don’t miss Esprit Entrepreneur and NewCo Boulder this coming year. These incomparable events celebrate Boulder’s entrepreneurial community and innovation mindset. Entrepreneurs, startups, and small businesses unite! Take a look back at two sensational entrepreneurial events and mark them on your calendar for this coming year. You won’t want to miss

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  • Boulder’s Western Disposal Reaches $1M Charity...

    They say good things come to those who wait, and Boulder’s own Western Disposal has waited nine years to make an immense impact on the lives of over 100,000 children in need. Nine years ago, the well-known Boulder-based trash, recycling and composting services company partnered with collaborative nonprofit Crayons to Calculators. Every year, Crayons to Calculators hosts a school-supply drive,

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  • The World is Coming to Boulder: Jaipur Literature Festival...

    Calling all bookworms and bibliophiles! Summer is over and school is back in session, but the fun isn’t over yet. In fact, for book nerds and art lovers alike, the main event of the year is just around the corner. The Jaipur Literature Festival (JLF) -- the world's largest free literary event described as the "greatest literary show on Earth"

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  • New Exhibitions, Artful Uprising & Artistic...

    Here's the latest at the newly renovated Dairy Arts Center: Four Exhibitions The Dairy Arts Center has announced four new exhibitions opening August 26 described as an exciting and thought-provoking way to relaunch the visual arts program at the Dairy. Two exhibitions by Melanie Yazzie (Diné/Navajo) consider the intersection of her indigenous identity, often based in the idea of “blood

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  • Kendra Prospero is Putting People First

    Kendra Prospero, Founder and CEO of Boulder-based job search, recruiting, and business consulting company, Turning the Corner LLC, is exuberantly sparking a “people revolution” in the human resources field and business community. Advocating for the critical importance of workers and talent, Prospero says that the success of companies hinges on the way they treat their employees and the culture that

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  • Forward Food Summit: Revolutionizing the Way We See Food

    I know you have heard it before; America is the only nation to struggle mightily with both obesity and hunger. Thirty-seven percent of adult Americans are obese, 74 percent are somewhat overweight and one-third of children are overweight or obese. On the flipside, 14 percent of American households struggle with food security. That translates to nearly 50 million people across

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