Boulder Bach Festival Unveils New Season

  The Boulder Bach Festival is back for its 43rd season with another great lineup of concerts.   The beloved annual festival celebrates the work of Johann Sebastian Bach, the German composer who lived from 1685 to 1750. This year, the festiva…

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New Exhibit Tells the Story of The Sink

  It’s hard to believe The Sink turns 100 this year. This iconic restaurant on The Hill first opened its doors in 1923 and has been going strong ever since.   The beloved Boulder establishment has been celebrating all year long — with m…

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How to Enjoy Colorado Fresh Hop Beers

The end of summer means many things: The sun is setting earlier, the kids are back in school and the temperatures are starting to drop. But for Colorado craft brewers, this special time of year equates to one thing: Fresh hops. For most of the year, th…

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2023 Fall Festivals & Oktoberfests

  It’s hard to believe that summer is already coming to an end. But that also means it’s time to start getting excited about fall, when Colorado comes alive with color from golden aspens, orange maples and burgundy ashes.   Break …

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How Art Parts is Sparking Creativity in Boulder

    Colored pencils. Wallpaper samples. Assorted sea shells. Wine corks. Picture frames. Highlighter markers. Greeting cards. Trophies. Rulers. Vintage sheet music. Skeins of yarn in every color imaginable. Crayons. Dominoes and other random …

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How Boulder Art Association Supports Creatives

    Inspired by the surrounding wilderness and natural beauty, artists have long flocked to Boulder. And, for at least the last century, they’ve had the Boulder Art Association (BAA) with them every step of the way.   This nonprofit orga…

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