Last night, I was flipping through my latest issue of Rolling Stone. Granted, I was flipping to get to the article seeded by the swank picture of Jon Hamm on the cover, but flipping nonetheless. Right there on page 18 of the April 11 issue, I saw a Boulder, Colorado
Macky Audtorium hosts such iconic Boulder events as TEDxBoulder and touring superstars like Robin Williams. This Thursday, however, the ukeleles are taking over the stage. (what?) You heard me. A ukelele invasion is landing in Boulder this Thursday at Macky Auditorium at CU. A fan of the ukelele since Eddie
Old church pews line the walls. Copper-colored tables hold everything from coffee and tea to laptops. There’s a stage in the back with a sometimes lonely piano perched on top. The bakery case up front is always filled to the brim with fresh-baked goodness. When you walk into a Pearl
In the south of Boulder, you’ll find rolling lawns filled with gorgeous trees. If you wander a bit to the west of parking, you’ll be hiking up the Flatirons and enjoying some of the most iconic views in Boulder County. But nestled into this space of green grass and Flatiron
Throughout Boulder, there’s no shortage of places to catch a live music show. From local coffee ships after sundown to larger venues, The Boulder Theater offers some of the area’s richest performing history in all of Boulder County. The Boulder Theater opened in 1906, originally as an opera house. Today,
Living in Boulder, you’ll want to keep an eye on all of the live music events that tour through town. For that, The Fox Theatre is a must-add to your list. Situated over by the University of Colorado – Boulder campus on The Hill, The Fox Theatre hosts a wide
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