Colorado’s first craft brewery Boulder Beer turns 40

In 1979, two University of Colorado Physics professors with a passion for hops and barley, David Hummer and Randolph “Stick” Ware — along with engineer Al Nelson — founded Boulder Beer Company. From humble beginnings in a small northeast Boulder farm shed, with roaming goats, to the spacious and bustling Wilderness Place taproom

By |2019-07-20T09:43:10+00:00July 20th, 2019|Categories: Boulder|0 Comments

Heat trying for homeless, but doesn’t pose same dangers as cold

Ezra Vaughn was taking a sip of water from his opaque, plastic bottle he filled at the nearby Regional Transportation District bus station. Dressed in a black tank top, black jeans, black shoes and a black bandana to hold back his hair, there’s not much else he could do aside from chilling in

By |2019-07-20T07:40:08+00:00July 20th, 2019|Categories: Boulder|0 Comments

Emergency Family Assistance Association flooded by fire sprinkling system leak

The Emergency Family Assistance Association last week suffered a fire sprinkling system leak that caused serious damage to its north Boulder building. Staff closed the offices at 1575 Yarmouth Ave. to the public this week after thousands of gallons of water flooded a significant portion of the building July 12, and they spent

By |2019-07-20T03:36:12+00:00July 20th, 2019|Categories: Boulder|0 Comments

Boulder’s David Grojean art exhibit opens at St. Julien

The multi-dimensional and vibrant work of Boulder-based artist and Vietnam veteran David Grojean will be celebrated with a Sunday reception, “Cosmic Art & Ideas,” at the St. Julien Hotel. The event, put on by local author and organizer John Day, goes beyond a typical exhibit launch. Day said he hopes to stimulate connection,

By |2019-07-20T01:34:59+00:00July 20th, 2019|Categories: Boulder|0 Comments

A first-timers firsthand account of Tube to Work Day – Boulder Daily Camera

It was wet. It was fast. And it was not too cold. That’s my first unpopular opinion on Tube to Work Day. As someone who grew up playing in creeks in the winter and northeastern lakes in the summer, Boulder Creek wasn’t too bad. But eventually I began to shiver. Perhaps this wouldn’t

By |2019-07-19T23:31:06+00:00July 19th, 2019|Categories: Boulder|0 Comments

15-Second Pitch: Fluid Premier IV Hydration

Business name: Fluid Premier IV Hydration Number of employees: five Owner / lead executive: Stacy Patel Contact: 1966 13th St.,  Suite 210, Boulder 720-381-0269 The company’s pitch: Colorado’s professional IV hydration clinic located just off of Pearl Street Mall. Offering Myer’s Cocktail, Athletic Performance and Recovery, Hangover Relief, Altitude Sickness, Energy, Weight Loss,

By |2019-07-19T21:24:24+00:00July 19th, 2019|Categories: Boulder|0 Comments

Boulder’s Corrida and a Colorado Master of Wine have a passion for Spanish wine

When Corrida opened in its exquisite downtown aerie a little more than a year ago, I thrilled to the concept — a Spanish steak house, with lots of tapas — and genuflected upon first encountering the jewel-box space, with its enormous rooftop deck and staggering Flatirons view. I also wondered about the wine

By |2019-07-19T19:23:03+00:00July 19th, 2019|Categories: Boulder|0 Comments

Plays, musicals and productions around Colorado

OPENING King Charles III Future history play that imagines what goes on behind the scenes with the living British Royal Family, through Aug. 11, Colorado Shakespeare Festival, University Theatre, CU campus, Boulder; $10-$73; 303-492-8008, The Wedding Singer Stage version of the 1998 film about a wannabe rock star who finds love rocking

By |2019-07-19T17:17:22+00:00July 19th, 2019|Categories: Boulder|0 Comments



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