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
OK, parents, let’s talk about trick-or-treating. For your kids, there’s a month-long build up that begins with deciding what they want to be for Halloween and ends with piles of candy, dumped out of their initial collection bag and spread across the floor as your kids tally their haul like
Summers are bustling in Louisville. Best of all, most of the fun will cost you nothing (or the price of a drink or food). We took a look at our friendly neighbors and found plenty of free things to do for the entire family. This way, the next time you
Chautauqua Park has long held a special place in my heart. In high school, my besties and I would buy some ice cream, hike a way up the trail at dusk and talk about high school related feelings. Later, it became a favorite place for me to take visitors for
There’s no denying it, Boulder is a beautiful place to live and work. The Flatirons are visible from just about every vantage point in the city and the aromas wafting from the plethora of gourmet restaurants around town add a mouth-watering flavor to the city. But between paying your rent/mortgage,
Spring moves quickly in Boulder. One day it’s snowing, the next day the wildflowers are popping up, and then suddenly it’s summer. In a mere 3 weeks, Boulder area schools will close and summer vacation begins. Ah, yes, summer vacation. As any parent will tell you, it’s both a blessing
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