Fall 2019

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Jaipur Literature Festival Returns to Colorado

The international celebration of literature will be held in Boulder from Sept. 20-22 By Kerry Parry Jaipur, India, is home to the incredible phenomenon known as the ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival (zee JLF). Famed literature and art historian Sir Simon Schama calls it the most fabulous literary lovefest on the planet. When Boulder’s Jessie Friedman

Voter Evolution

Boulder County League of Women Voters works to engage a more diverse membership in its 100th year.

Boulder Bookshelf: What we’re reading and locals are writing

Boulder is a hotbed of talent in everything from tech to teaching, and now Boulder-based authors weigh in on their process, characters and self-transformation.

2019 Fall Fashion Issue

FALL FASHION LOOK BOOK BoCo’s fresh styles, bold designs and top trends.

Radio Recognition for CU Buff Voice Larry Zimmer

The University of Colorado football organization recently honored Larry Zimmer, one of the most recognizable figures in the state’s sporting history

Seeking Safety

Boulder County’s Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence helps victims and offenders through safe spaces and education

Advising Presidents about climate change

Dr. Warren M. Washington retired last year as one of the nation’s top climate-modeling scientists after six decades of pioneering accomplishments.

Thirty-five years of sister-city relationships in Boulder County strengthen our international ties

In 1956, President Dwight D. Eisenhower founded the Sister Cities International program to foster people-to-people diplomacy. Boulder has a whopping 10 sister cities, and Longmont has two of its own.

Here Be Dragons

Where There Be Dragons has expanded its efforts to increase diversity, equity and inclusion

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A transgender woman’s journey from rejection to acceptance

In 21 states, you can’t be fired for being transgender, Williams explains. But in all 50 states, you can be fired for being transgender if you work for a religious organization. She learned that the hard way.

Boulder Nonprofit Is “There With Care” for Families in Crisis

Paula DuPré Pesmen founded There With Care to provide the basics a family needs when they’re dealing with a medical crisis

A small nonprofit makes a big impact for families in need

Two sisters founded Little Willows, a nonprofit providing beautifully coordinated clothing boxes of gently used kids’ clothes, to underserved families

Coach Mel Tucker brings a winning attitude to Buffalo football

New football coach Mel Tucker brings an “old-school” philosophy to Boulder. He expects his team to play hard, fast and with an edge.

Space for Support

Recovery Café in Longmont is a social space in Central Longmont Presbyterian Church. It's goal is “to be a community of refuge and healing for people in recovery.”

Do You Know the Muffler Man?

This pitchfork-toting guy has been guarding a hay farm just east of Lyons along Highway 66 for decades

Reintroducing Wolves in Colorado… Maybe

If successful, the initiative will introduce 20 to 30 wolves into Colorado by 2023.

Poets Society Is Alive in Boulder!

One of the few all-poetry bookstores in the U.S. is located right here in Boulder.

Till the Whole World Sings

Warm up your pipes and sing your heart out with hundreds of people on Pearl Street Mall on Oct. 19 at 2 p.m. on World Singing Day.

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