News and Reviews
  • 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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  • The unprecedented rise of Golden State

    These days, if you walk by a Foot Locker, a Dick’s or even a Wal-Mart, the racks are littered with Stephen Curry jerseys, Golden State t-shirts and Warriors-blue basketballs. This comes as no surprise of course; they just set the NBA record for wins, Curry was back-to-back season MVP and they just made an unprecedented series comeback against the Oklahoma

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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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  • 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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  • A Running Start: Race Day Child Care Made Easy

    A Boulder mom and budding entrepreneur makes it possible for parents to enjoy running races and triathlons by providing on-site child care at races for the first time. When runners and triathletes have kids, how can they keep up with racing when it’s difficult to juggle child care? Now parents can bring their children along with them and drop them

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  • March Madness: Keeping Up With the Wildest Month in College...

    In the sporting world,  first week of March is likened to the deadly calm before a rainstorm. The clouds roll across the sky in ominous shades of blue and purple, but the trees are still, the streets are quiet. And then, madness. March Madness. The annual finale of college basketball shares more than the characteristics of a stormy weather --

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  • CBS and “I Have A Dream” Foundation Huddle Up for Super...

    New PSAs Focus on Educational Support for Children in Low-Income Communities Click Here to View “Madam Secretary” Star Téa Leoni’s PSA Click Here to View “Blue Bloods” Star Tom Selleck’s PSA CBS and the “I Have A Dream” Foundation (IHDF) have joined together to create two CBS Cares public service announcements set to air during SUPER BOWL 50, Sunday, Feb.

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