“And I don’t know if that means that there are just more birds here than usual or I just. It also has somewhat of a legacy in Boulder, says Marcus If, chairperson of the local Beyond Academia Free.
Directed by Swiss filmmaker werner penzel, Zen for Nothing takes place in a small Antaji Zen monastery on Japan’s western coast, though you wouldn’t know that from the movie – there is little. You.
There’s a hiking/biking trail right across the street from my property. You can ride this path to downtown and Pearl Street and many other areas in Boulder as well. There’s also an rtd bus stop right across the street. 2 acres in Boulder is hard to find. There’s a wonderful spacious and calming feeling to the property.
When people see The Lil Smokies setting up their acoustic instruments, they’re often unprepared for the electric energy they generate. The band captures that same dynamic presence on their new album, Changing Shades, delivering their exceptional songwriting and bluegrass roots with the punch of a rock band."We wanted to duplicate the energy of our live shows.
The 101-word fiction contest has become one of our favorite traditions here at Boulder Weekly. It’s a chance for us to read ..
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Our MLB power rankings for Aug. 21 After bypassing last week’s Monday posting of MLB power rankings following a special edition of them. recently cleared waivers and seems like a decent candidate to be dealt in August, so that’s.Glass scores twice, but Wolves fall Nikola Pekovic had 18 points and 12 rebounds for the Timberwolves, who have lost two straight and four of five. Injury-plagued Minnesota has dropped 21 of 28 games since Jan. 8.
Words from the road: luke redfield’s Life in Music by Adam Perry for Boulder Weekly, 1/15/2015 "It’s just like me singing in your living room with a three-piece band, or in some little dive bar," indie-folk singer-songwriter luke redfield told me about his new album, The Cartographer, by phone from Minnesota just after spending Christmas with his family there.
I recently gave a talk at Ignite Boulder 34, an event at which participants have only five minutes and 20 slides to talk about something important to them. My topic was my prescription medications, and I hope the message of compassion shows other people that there is no shame in taking care of yourself.