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Boulder Starts Broadway & Euclid Underpass

The city of Boulder recently started the construction on a new underpass at Broadway and Euclid Avenue. Creating the new pedestrian walkway is expected to take about nine months. The $7.4-million project hopes to provide a safe way for pedestrians ...

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Boulder Celebrates Small Business Saturday

This is the time of year when people turn their attention to shopping for the holidays. Both Black Friday and Cyber Monday have become big cash calling cards for major national retailers. Now, smaller business are hoping to turn the tide and focus th...

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Finding Gold Price Quotes

Due to an uncertain economy and the overall state of the world today, many people are getting into gold investing, but not everyone has a great experience when it comes to their investment strategies. One thing that can greatly increase your chanc...

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Boulder Hotels See More Business

Boulder hotels are doing better than they have in awhile, according to a recent report released by the Boulder Convention and Visitors Bureau. In fact, the figures are the highest the area has seen in 10 years. The same holds true for hotels along th...

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Flagstaff Star Card Helps Keep The Lights Bright

With every holiday season locals look forward to seeing the brightly lit star on the side of Flagstaff Mountain. The lights remain and important local tradition that help bring light during the darkest time of the year. There’s a fundraising ca...

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Boulder County Holiday Farmers Market & Gift Show

If you are looking for a special place to find unique holiday gifts, the Boulder County Farmers’ Market is hosting a special winter market and gift show on Dec. 3 and 4. The hours are from 9 am to 3 pm. This event takes place at the Boulder County ...

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Boulder Businesses Running Out of Room

Boulder is unquestionably a desirable place to be – that’s why people flock to live here and create businesses here. Yet, one recent study suggests that Boulder businesses may be running out of space to continue growing here. That lack of room to...

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How music impacts our health

Music is all around us. People have music for nearly every occasion. We have music we listen to when we are sad, we have music we listen to when we want to relax, and even music when we want to celebrate or inspire. The effects of music on our ps...

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Dear Old CU Looks So Young

National retailer Old Navy is selling a University of Colorado shirt, but the company has the wrong founding date on the shirts. Dear old CU is actually over 135 years old, but the Old Navy shirts claim it’s a mere 133 years young. Old Navy has lon...

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Boulder Retail Sales Up

It appears that there is more shopping going in Boulder, and people are spending their money here. The latest figures from the city of Boulder show that retail sales tax collections are up 5.4 percent for January to September of this year. That en...

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CU Named Druggiest School

Well, it’s certainly not the kind of award that will have the regents of the University of Colorado boasting, but the school was recently named America’s “druggiest” school by the Daily Beast and Newsweek. The Daily Beast and Newsweek determi...

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Boulder Area Named One of the Most Artistic

It's no secret that there's tons of great local art in the Boulder area. it's hard not to be inspired by the beautiful backdrop of the Flatirons. But now it seems that Boulder locals aren't the only ones who know this little secret. The Boulder-Longm...

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CU Tries to Curb 4/20 Event

Every year on April 20 there is a large gathering on the University of Colorado at Boulder’s campus that is an unsanctioned marijuana smoke-out. The event is one that CU leaders say they are trying to find solutions to. School officials are trying ...

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Boulder Votes to Allow Food in Breweries

Patrons of the many great local breweries and distilleries in Boulder can now enjoy a meal while they partake in a locally created beverage. The new rules were recently approved by the Boulder City Council, and they essentially allow the businesses t...

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Alfalfas Market Donates Artistic Sculpture to Community

Alfalfa’s Market hired a local artist to create a massive sculpture of a rooster that weighs 5,000 pounds and is 8 feet tall. The sculpture is massive and made of metal. The new rooster sits outside of Alfalfa’s Market at 1651 Broadway in Boulder...