Sitting down to inform you all of the fun stuff to do in Boulder this weekend, as I do each week, I realize that most of the places I normally have listed (and most everywhere besides that) are either closed, or severely limited in their services because of the COVID-19
If you’re familiar with the outdoorsy and athletic Boulder’s particular brand of environmentalism, you’ll have heard of Bike to Work Day (with its aligned designated day, Walk To Work Day). This sort-of celebration, sort-of environmental awareness campaign is now an entire month in Boulder. It was created to encourage Boulderites
When you hear the phrase “TED talk” undoubtedly you will think of only one thing. Who’s this TED guy anyway? Well, or course we’re just kidding! When it comes to the word TED you think big red letters and you first visualize those YouTube videos with CEOs and interesting people
The Boulder Creek Festival has been going on during Memorial Day weekend for a little over three decades now (wow, can you believe it’s been that long?), and it has consistently remained Boulder’s favorite city celebration since its inception.Taking up the whole Boulder Creek area (between Canyon and Arapahoe) from
I’ve never understood standing in line at pre-dawn hours at some big box store on the Friday after Thanksgiving just so I could be the first to get a TV or toy for super cheap. Yes, even before the Internet. For me, I’m wiling to pay a little extra to
Listen up, ladies and gentlemen, this post is strictly for those of you who aren’t pleased as punch with the Thanksgiving Day status quo: eat more food than the human body is designed to contain at in one sitting and then sit around complaining about how much you just ate.
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