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  • Get Your Last-Minute Hiking Fix Before Winter Makes its...

    Winter is coming, but not just yet. Take advantage of the Indian Summer and experience these three beautiful day hikes right in Boulder’s back yard. Chautauqua (of course) - Boulder, CO You’d be hard-pressed to find a day in Boulder where the numerous trails of Chautauqua aren’t flooded with Boulderites and transplants alike - but that’s only because it is

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  • New B-Cycle Station at 9th & Pearl

    On Thursday, September 1, riders, donors, and sponsors celebrated of the launch of Boulder B-Cycle's new station on the southwest corner of 9th & Pearl. Boulder B-cycle was joined by Boom Properties, a commercial real estate agency, whose recent sponsorship of the nonprofit bike sharing program will help cover the operational costs of this new station. “We’re extremely grateful to

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  • It Will Be A Feast!

    If you love anything canned, pickled, or fermented, the Feast of Fermentation is for you! On September 9, it will be a food fest of gloriously fermented delectables including full entrees featuring locally-sourced ingredients accompanied by homebrews at the Feast of Fermentation, Boulder Food Rescue's dinner celebration and fundraiser for a great cause. Boulder Food Rescue strives to minimize food waste

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  • Women Who Light the Community event is a good reminder to...

    It feels good to be appreciated -- even a simple thank you goes a long way. But in a world that moves as fast as this one, it is often overlooked. That’s why earlier this month, Boulder hosted its annual Women Who Light The Community event at the lovely Lionsgate Event Center. For over twenty years, the Boulder Chamber has

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  • The Heat Is On: Bike to Work Day

    Boulder's love of biking will show in a big way when locals of all ages pedal their way to work for Bike to Work Day 2016. And they likely will ride in droves -- no matter how hot it may be. Last June, 8,400 people are estimated to have ridden in Boulder on Bike to Work Day 2015, according to

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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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  • 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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