Summer 2017

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Adapting to the Outdoors

Disabled athletes Matt Feeney and Joel Berman started Adaptive Adventures in 1999 out of the need to enjoy the sports they loved.

Handmade in Boulder County

Profiles of dedicated makers and highly skilled artists

Boulder Beer: From Goats to Greatness

Boulder Beer Co. has quenched the thirst of underserved beer lovers since its humble beginnings in 1979 as Colorado’s first craft brewery.

Gunbarrel’s Element Bistro offers wild meats and gluten-free frying

Element Bistro opened on Aug. 4, 2016, a partnership between Lee, Tornqvist, and Gaibler and his wife, Tiffinie.

Southern comfort food with a Colorado twist at The Post

VFW Post 1771 offered Lafayette a wholesome place to meet and create a sense of community--that didn't change when the building became The Post Brewing Co.

Trendy ‘Miracle Cures’

To help you make informed decisions, we’ve taken a look at five common substances that some say work miracles.

Collective Trauma Response: Addressing difficult feelings in a topsy-turvy world

Once in a while, an event happens that shakes the emotional core of a community, and many of us can be part of a collective trauma and healing.

A Dose of the Outdoors- Forest exposure is good for us

Experiments over the last decade show that when we’re in nature, our blood pressure measurably drops.

Boulder County Is a Hiker’s Mecca

Take a Hike! Try a new trail or revisit an old favorite, link a few trails for a longer hike, or tackle your go-to trail in the reverse direction.

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Mountain Resources Guide

From picnics to hikes or longer ventures, plan your perfect outings in Boulder County's high country with this resource guide

Mountain Getaways

Now that the roads are clear and skiers aren’t rushing up to the mountains every weekend, it’s a great time to explore some summer events going on at altitude.

Summer Music Roundup 2017

Our 2017 Summer Music Roundup: Performances to watch for with something for everyone

Replica of Old Louisville on display at Louisville Historical Museum

Don’t miss the Louisville Historical Museum’s replica of original downtown Louisville, complete with the streets, buildings and yards.

Young people learn life lessons through volunteering

A growing number of teens are signing up to volunteer for everything from helping the elderly to walking dogs at the local shelter and fundraising for their favorite cause.

What Was There Before? 360 Main Street, Longmont

Samuel Williams ordered the finest merchandise for his store, and 100 years later, his building would house another store selling one-of-kind merchandise.

When Pow Wow Rodeo Ruled the Roost in Boulder

The Boulder Chambers of Commerce and the Boulder County Metal Mining Association held the first “Pay Dirt Pow Wow” on Aug. 1, 1934—Colorado Day.

How Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS) training could allow you to live your best life

While the wearer exercises wearing a full-body EMS suit, a trainer controls an electrical current that encourages more muscle fibers to contract.

Colorado’s bumper crop of cannabis businesses

Legalization of marijuana in 2012 created a wide-open market, and many entrepreneurs have wasted no time jumping in with big dreams and big business plans.

Custom fine jewelry, custom memories

From the moment you walk in, you can tell Cronin Jewelers is more than your typical jewelry store. Here, you know exactly where your jewelry comes from.

Zack Rago helps reveal the plight of the world’s coral reefs

As part of the film crew for Chasing Coral, Zack Rago's extensive knowledge became useful, and his passion became a compelling part of the documentary.

The Healing Power of Music

Chase the Music provides individually tailored songs and concerts to Colorado children, teens and young adults who struggle with physical, mental challenges

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