News and Reviews
  • Boulder’s 35th Polar Plunge a Frosty Success

    If your friend dared you to jump into an ice cold body of water in the dead of winter, would you do it? This past weekend, 240 people did exactly that. Saturday, the Boulder Reservoir was swimming with 31 different teams, all hoping to raise money for the American Cancer Society. In addition to the $25 per participant ($10 for

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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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  • Adventure Film Festival: Inspires Audience to “Make...

    As Coloradans, it seems that most of us were born with a good amount of wanderlust. Unfortunately, our bank accounts and responsibilities often get in the way of our ability to explore the world to our heart’s delight. This past weekend, Boulder put on a show that might be the next best thing. The Adventure Film Festival returned for its

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  • A Tale of Seven Peaks: Colorado 14ers are Calling Your Name

    Summertime in Colorado is the outdoorsman's dream. With 300 days of sunshine a year and skies bluer than sapphire jewels, the mountains quite literally call to you. People love biking and whitewater rafting, casual strolls, and pool days – but the ultimate Colorado day experience in the summer? Hiking fourteeners. For many, the task sounds more daunting than fun, but

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  • BolderBOULDER Promises Fun for Everyone This Memorial Day

    Does the idea of running a 10k or eating a plateful of bacon get your blood pumping faster? Tough choice, and luckily, it’s one you won’t have to make, at least not on Memorial Day. The annual BolderBOULDER is around the corner, and it offers bacon, running, and probably even running for bacon among other festivities. The fun begins bright

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  • 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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  • A Story to be Told

    Six is neither a very large nor remarkable number. Within the context of the Major League Baseball season, it is positively minuscule: a mere 2.7 percent of the 162 games played over the course of the year. For a rookie, none but the most diehard of fans have even learned your name by game six. The noise of 50 thousand

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