Boulder International Fringe Festival: burlesque, puppets and other independents

 

Daily Camera
August 11, 2017

David Ortolano wanted to make sure that Boulder figured on his international itinerary.

Ortolano’s original theater production, “The Man Who Sold the World,” had won a coveted spot in the Canadian Association of Fringe Festivals’ 2017 touring lottery.

 

Cool Beans: Boulder County shops that serve great cold-brew coffee

 

Daily Camera
August 11, 2017

Sweltering summer temperatures often force aficionados of the brewed bean to seek out cooler caffeinated options instead of a steaming cup of coffee. Fortunately, this time of year, many local cafes feature cold-brewed coffee as a refreshing alternative that packs just as much, if not more, of a caffeinated punch.

 

Zee Jaipur Literature Festival – JLF at Boulder

 

Boulder Convention & Visitors Bureau
2017

The Zee Jaipur Literature Festival, an offshoot of the largest free literary festival in the world, is held in Boulder each fall.

 

A Boulder Restaurant Celebrating New-Coloradan Cuisine

 

The New York Times
July 21, 2017

Colorado was no place to live — at least not for the miners who’d gone looking for gold in the Front Range section of the Southern Rockies. “The mountains were too rough and the plains looked too much like a desert,” The Daily News of Denver wrote in 1882. “Men came with the view of making fortunes by mining, and of returning to the States to enjoy it.”

 

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