News and Reviews
  • Six Different Ways to Make Your New Year’s Eve...

    Is time moving faster or is it just me? Either way, 2017 is knocking on the door and the year of Brexit, the Olympics, Zika virus, Pokemon Go, exploding smart phones and clowns on the loose is coming to a close. Now comes the question of commemorating one of the strangest and eventful years in recent history. If you’re hanging

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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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  • Boulder Restaurants Open on Christmas

    I once worked a 10-hour shift on Christmas day, waiting tables at the Hotel Boulderado’s Corner Bar. We provided overflow seating for the hotel’s main restaurant (it was called Teddy’s back then). Besides Burger King, Teddy’s was pretty much the only restaurant in town that was open on Christmas, and brutal doesn’t begin to describe the day’s working conditions. We

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  • Boulder’s A-Lodge is A+

    Founders, owners, and CU Boulder college friends Asa Firestone and Kris Klauber of Boulder A-Lodge are putting the "venture" into "adventure" as they continue to enhance and perfect their "proper adventure lodge" for Boulder. First of all, what is an adventure lodge? Klauber explains, "It's a new startup hotel concept. We want people who are into nature, into community, into

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