Passover 2014 begins April 14th and extends through the evening of Tuesday, April 22. For those unfamiliar with this event on the Jewish calendar, it’s a period of celebration recognizing the liberation of Israelites from Egyptian slavery. Also known as Pesach, the term “Passover” comes from the mark of lambs
Maybe New Year’s Eve festivities won’t come soon enough for you today. The end of one year, the dawn of the next. Here’s Your Boulder’s wish for you: we want you to avoid walking (or stumbling) into the New Year with a DUI on your record. Boulder is a sleepy
Well, that’s behind us. Christmas — we’ve all survived another year of family squabbles, food not turning out quite as we imagined, running short of one ingredient or another at the last minute, and tidings of comfort, joy, and please stop playing that music. Your Boulder hopes you had a
Oh, Boulder — you and your hustle and bustle. Christmas is right around the corner and it seems like everyone is running around getting last minute errands done in the light dusting of snow that we got last night. For many people, Christmas is a day spent in pajamas, with
The big holiday that many of us get ready for months on end is fast approaching, but if you’re like me, you’ve left things off to the last minute once again. Enjoying everyone else’s decorations and holiday parties has left me in a position to be that girl, the one
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