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 maintain my sanity and not wait in line for 12,000 hours. But you know what’s even better than avoiding shopping on Black … [Read more...] about Forget Black Friday: Shop at Small Business Saturday in Boulder
Events and Attractions in Boulder, Colorado
There's always something happening in Boulder. Events on Pearl Street, live music at the Boulder Theater, the Colorado Chautauqua programs ... the wide variety of things to do assures something for everyone.
Do you know when to start training for the Bolder Boulder 10K? You also don't want to miss the annual Boulder Creek Festival. And you may or may not want to avoid the traditional Naked Pumpkin Run.
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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. For those of you who aren’t content with these hallowed Thanksgiving traditions, I’m going to give you … [Read more...] about Things to Do on Thanksgiving in Boulder Besides Stuffing Your Face and Lying Around
It’s another crisp November weekend, Boulder, and there’s lots to do! Did you go see The Rape Of The Sabine Women, By Grace B. Matthias last weekend? I did--it was awesome! (Can I say that about a film with "rape" in the title? Bear with me -- it's worth it.) I laughed and I cried, both. And I’m a theatre professional, so that’s saying something. This play has so much to … [Read more...] about Weekend Events In and Around Boulder: November 17-19, 2017
It’s another crisp November weekend, Boulder, and there’s lots to do! I can’t believe I forgot to tell you about this fantastic play that’s happening over at the Dairy Arts Center, last weekend and this weekend. It’s called The Rape of the Sabine Women, by Grace B. Matthias, and it’s a comedy (until it isn’t), addressing the issues of rape, consent, and society. LOCAL … [Read more...] about Weekend Events In and Around Boulder: November 10-12, 2017
The other day, some friends and I were talking and we realized that the week after Thanksgiving is chock full of spending opportunities, some better than others. You’ve got Black Friday, Small Business Saturday (more on that later this month), Cyber Monday, and, last, but certainly not least, is Giving Tuesday. It seems unfair to me that such an important part of the season … [Read more...] about Giving Tuesday in Boulder: Notable Nonprofits