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    Boulder in the News

    Boulder in the News

    Boulder is full of stories, and there are lively and energetic people in our town with vibrant tales to tell. Here you'll find recent articles that have been published about Boulder on topics from outdoor pursuits and healthy living to art and attractions.

    March 1, 2017
    Texas Journey: Boulder's Chautauqua Park

    Texas Journey Haley Shapley Mark Twain reportedly once described the chautauqua, an adult education assembly popular in the late 1800s and early 1900s, as “the only institution where you can be educated and entertained at the same… Read More

    February 20, 2017 Boulder, Redefined: A Look at One of Colorado's Favorite Cities

    Laura Monitz About 25 miles northwest of Denver on Highway 36, the stunning craggy peaks of the Flatirons and the city beneath come into view. Enter a community of students and academics, trustafarians and hippies, counterculturists… Read More

    January 1, 2017
    Road Bike Action Magazine: The Mile-High Cycling City

    Steve Thomas Road Bike Action Magazine If Boulder, Colorado, isn't America's most famous cycling city, it should be By Steve Thomas t's not always crystal clear why it is that certain areas and cities around the world seem to lend… Read More

    December 2, 2016
    Star Tribune: Boulder's biggest surprise? Doses of Minnesota Nice

    CJ Sinner Star Tribune The first bite of duck cassoulet was heaven. Creamy beans, rich stock and tender meat in a little crock — so delectable, I had to remember to mind my manners and not just shovel each spoonful into my mouth. This is a… Read More

    August 31, 2016
    New York Times: In Boulder, Where Inner Peace Meets Outer Beauty

    Tony Perottet New York Times My cultural pilgrimage to the Rocky Mountains began more than 20 years ago, a few steps from my door in the East Village of Manhattan. The poet Allen Ginsberg was staging one of the regular readings at St. Mark’s… Read More

    August 18, 2016
    New York Times: 36 Hours in Boulder

    Melissa Coleman New York Times A crowd of 4,000 gathered at the base of Boulder’s Flatirons in July of 1898 to celebrate the opening of the Colorado Chautauqua, part of a national movement promoting “wholesome, pleasurable study in sylvan… Read More

    August 1, 2016
    Sunset: Snapshot, Boulder

    Jess Chamberlain Sunset If you like high elevation, four seasons, cycling trails, yoga studios and craft beer; you may want to consider this Colorado town.  Read more...… Read More

    July 1, 2016

    Laurel Kallenbach EnCompass, AAA Colorado Known for mountain views, microbrews and farm-to-fork menus, Boulder also brews up exotic international teas—some blended right in town. Read more...… Read More

    June 1, 2016
    Triathlete: One Stop Shop

    Selene Yaeger Triathlete Magazine Pro triathletes have a distinct advantage: They often have access to a team of experts providing personalized advice on swim stroke, bike fit, training zones, running form and all the X-factors that get you to the… Read More

    March 15, 2016
    Paste: Greetings From Boulder, Colorado

    Julie Vick PASTE Magazine For those who have never been, Boulder may conjure up images of University of Colorado students strapping on skis to get through the snow to class, but the city offers many attractions beyond the winter months. Springtime in… Read More

    March 1, 2016
    Men's Journal: Is Everything Better in Boulder?

    Men's Journal Roaming around Boulder, Colorado, is like stepping into Richard Scarry's busy, busy outdoor town. Everywhere you turn people are doing sporty things... Read more...… Read More

    February 24, 2016
    Colorado Homes & Lifestyles: One Boulder Location, Three Delightful Wineries

    Heidi Kerr-Schlaefer Colorado Homes & Lifestyles One location in north Boulder has everything a wine lover could want: three very different wineries within steps of one another in a nondescript strip mall... Read more...… Read More

    February 2, 2016
    DORADO Magazine: A Beginner's Guide to Snowshowing

    Ellen Olson Dorado Magazine  After more than a decade in the desert, snow has become a rather foreign substance to me. So when I learned I’d be heading out for a day of snowshoeing in the Colorado mountains, I immediately began Googling… Read More

    January 27, 2016
    5 Boulder Restaurants Perfect for Picky Kids

    Julie Vick 5280 Online All parents want to eat good food, but kids need to be taught that everything doesn’t need to be dunked in ketchup. These Boulder restaurants offer menu options that will test your kids' comfort zones, as well as… Read More

    November 1, 2015
    Marie Claire: What I love about me

    Marie Claire Joy Hernon In addition to its hippie-chic reputation, Boulder, Colorado, is home to some seriously cool ladies. Here, they disclose their favorite features. read more...… Read More

    October 1, 2015
    Triathlete Magazine: Tour Guide - Boulder, Colo.

    Photo Credit: Abbie Youngs Triathlete Magazine Jene Shaw You already know that Boulder is a triathlon training mecca, but here's an insider's guide to swimming, biking, running - and refueling - in the footsteps of the many pros based here.… Read More

    September 24, 2015
    Bon Appetit: An Actually Useful Guide to Boulder, Colorado

    Photo Credit: Joel Barhamand Bon Appetit Elyssa Goldberg This is Spilling the Beans, where plugged-in baristas give us the lowdown on where to go, what to do, and what to eat (and drink) in their hometown. In this installment, Sean Gallagher of… Read More

    August 18, 2015
    Draft Magazine: Where to drink next: Boulder, CO

    Draft Magazine Sarah L. Stewart Craft beer in Boulder is nothing new: The oldest microbrewery in Colorado, Boulder Beer, opened here in 1979. Yet this progressive city’s sipping scene has reached new heights in recent years, thanks to the… Read More

    August 3, 2015
    Wired: Bolt For Boulder, Home of Atomic Clocks and Iron Men

    Photo Credit: Benjamin Rasmussen WIRED Alassandra Ram IT'S EASY TO dismiss Boulder as a granola-sprinkled idyll, and it is a healthy kind of place: Triathletes flock here during the first week of August to compete in Ironman Boulder, a 2.4-mile… Read More

    July 1, 2015
    Modern Luxury: Beautiful Boulder

    Modern Luxury North Shore Becca Hensley Who needs snow? Savvy travelers know Boulder, Colo., best as a summer retreat. A sun-drenched university town, this hip, mountain-fringed village lies just 40 minutes from Denver. with cool summer nights and… Read More