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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.

    February 21, 2018
    5280: Frasca Food and Wine Welcomes New Executive Co-Chefs

    5280 Magazine Denise Micklesen February 19, 2018 In love—and in restaurants—timing is everything. For instance, when Kelly Jeun was cooking for chef Mark Ladner at New York City’s acclaimed Del Posto… Read More

    February 12, 2018
    Expedia: America's Most Artistic Towns Lily Rogers February 12th, 2018 Boulder takes it cues from the intensely beautiful natural surroundings, but it doesn’t stop there, and this is no hotel landscape painting community. The… Read More

    January 17, 2018
    CNN Travel: Bikes, beauty, beer and beyond: Ways to play in Boulder

    Sarah Sekula CNN Travel January 18th, 2018 "From iconic rock formations to nationally acclaimed restaurants to a world-famous bike culture, Boulder sure has a long list of sterling credentials. Known… Read More

    January 16, 2018
    National Geographic: Best Cities in the United States

    National Geographic George Stone and Amy Alipio January 16th, 2018 "Topping our list in four categories, Boulder boldly leads with music venues, vintage clothing boutiques, and craft breweries. And… Read More

    January 11, 2018
    Food & Wine: Why Boulder is the American Beer City to Watch in 2018

    Food & Wine Brad Japhe January 11, 2018 "It’s not that the city holds more microbreweries than anywhere else — although, per capita, they do — it’s that beer is part of the everyday conversation… Read More

    December 10, 2017
    PaleOMG: Why Boulder CO is absolutely the happiest city in the US Juli Bauer-Roth December 10, 2017 I’ve lived in Colorado my entire life and it still surprises me how little I have explored. And if I have explored a certain place in the past, there is… Read More

    November 9, 2017
    Denver7: Boulder in the Winter

    Connor Wist Denver7 November 9, 2017 Watch this segment on wintertime in Boulder on Connor Wist's facebook page.… Read More

    October 31, 2017
    Vogue: Where to Eat and Sleep in Boulder, America’s Happiest City

    Todd Plummer Vogue October 31, 2017 The things that make Boulder, Colorado so enjoyable are as foolproof and all-American as apple pie: world-class hiking trails five minutes from the town center, an… Read More

    October 27, 2017
    National Geographic: Welcome to the Happiest City in the United States

    National Geographic Nancy Gupton October 27, 2017 Looking for happiness? We know where to find it. It’s nestled in a valley in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, about 25 miles northwest of… Read More

    October 18, 2017
    Today: These are the happiest cities in the US

    A. Pawlowski Today October 18, 2017 When it comes to feeling happy , your home state may be key to your state of mind. Next to genetics, geography is the biggest determinant of bliss, says Dan… Read More

    September 20, 2017
    In Good Taste Denver: Boulder County Farm Trail

    Courtney Drake-McDonough In Good Taste Denver September 20, 2017 I’ve lived in Colorado all my life and have visited Boulder countless times. But I had no idea that Boulder county had mile after mile… Read More

    September 15, 2017
    The Lemon Bowl: 10 Things to Do in Boulder in 24 Hours

    Liz Della Croce The Lemon Bowl September 10, 2017 Boulder holds a special place in my heart as my father went to CU Boulder as well as my Uncle David. As a result, I have fond memories of visiting… Read More

    August 30, 2017
    KUNC: Business Is Busking On Boulder's Pearl Street

    Stacy Nick KUNC August 30, 2017 For Jeff West and his family, a stop in Boulder is a must when they visit from Chicago. That stop always includes the Pearl Street Mall for some shopping, some dining… Read More

    August 1, 2017
    The New York Times: A Boulder Restaurant Celebrating New-Coloradan Cuisine

    Kathryn O'Shea-Evans New York Times July 21, 2017 Colorado was no place to live — at least not for the miners who’d gone looking for gold in the Front Range section of the Southern Rockies. “The… Read More

    June 30, 2017
    AP Travel: In Boulder, Colorado, 5 fun things in 1 whirlwind afternoon

    Beth Harpaz AP Travel June 14, 2017 Not every destination lends itself to a whirlwind tour, but in the beautiful city of Boulder, Colorado, you can sample five fun and scenic spots in one afternoon.… Read More

    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… 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… 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… 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… 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… Read More