Frozen Dead Guy Days is Moving to Estes Park

    Frozen Dead Guy Days has a new home: Estes Park.   This beloved annual festival has been held in Nederland since 2002. Now, however, it’s venturing north.   Organizers had initially decided to cancel this year’s festival, citing operational hurdles after COVID-19, a lack of support from the Town of Nederland and other […]

Chocolove: The Story Behind Boulder’s Famous Chocolate Bars

  The name truly says it all.   Chocolove started out of love: for a baby girl on the way. Boulder founder Timothy Moley wanted to find a way to provide for her.   His idea was rooted in love: of chocolate. Looking back at his own childhood, Moley noticed chocolate was a part of […]

‘Rabbits in Driveway’ Shows Boulder In A New Light

  Since first arriving in Boulder in 1996, Karen Jacot has felt a sense of place.   “This feels like home to me. This feels like the place that I belong,” she says.   Jacot’s love of the city is so strong, in fact, that she spent 10 months walking every one of Boulder’s 955 […]

Snowy and Cold February – Living in Boulder

    We have experienced very cold temperatures this month and the snow has stayed around longer than normal. Living here, you soon learn that the city doesn’t plow interior streets and that typically the sun comes out and the snow melts in a couple of days. This year, the snow has piled up and […]