Tuesday, November 5th, 2013 at 6:17am. 213 Views, 0 Comments.
In January of 2012, the real estate landscape across the Denver Metro, Northern Colorado, and Boulder Valley began to change. Like an enormous grizzly bear awakened from a six year slumber, real estate once again forged its way into the conscious awareness of home buyers and sellers. Words like scarcity and demand became part of the everyday jargon when people texted each other at work or mingled at a neighborhood party.
Fostered in 2012 my historic low mortgage interest rates, the real estate market shifted into high gear with the resale market and new home construction attempting to keep pace with pent-up demand. Multiple offers became somewhat of the norm and homes were going under contract before For Sale signs could be planted in yards. Some
Saturday, November 2nd, 2013 at 9:53am. 202 Views, 0 Comments.
BookCliff Vineyards is a local North Boulder winery that produces a huge range of exquisite varieties using 100% Colorado grown grapes. With deep Boulder roots, dedication to sustainable growing methods and wines that are second to none, BookCliff is easily considered one of the leaders in Colorado’s wine industry. Whether you are into robust reds, playful whites or sweet dessert wines, BookCliff is sure to have something that will satisfy your pallet. All of the wines are aged in oak barrels and crafted to precision with lots of tender love and care. Knowing how highly their wine consumers hold their beliefs in all natural, BookCliff does not use any pesticides or herbicides and uses compost instead of fertilizer.
Thursday, October 31st, 2013 at 11:49am. 234 Views, 0 Comments.
Hey kids, young and young-at-heart, as always celebrating Halloween in Boulder looks to be Spook-tacular! Our screaming-good and horrifically-fun list of things to do includes:
Munchkin Masquerade - Join hundreds of Boulder’s littlest ghost and goblins for the wonderfully fun Halloween Trick or Treat experience along Pearl Street. Definitely a town favorite, this family event starts at 3 pm and goes until 6 pm and includes nearly all of the stores on and around the pedestrian mall. Check out our video from last years Munchkin Masquerade!
Monster Mash OAK Bash! - If you are looking for a little late night excitement on this Halloween night, be sure to head over to Oak at Fourteenth from 10 pm to 1am to get your groove on with DJ Mr.…
Monday, October 28th, 2013 at 8:06pm. 166 Views, 0 Comments.
The School of Natural Cookery's mission is to provide a training environment that shows home cooks, as well as professional chefs, how to “make healing whole foods [taste] absolutely…
Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013 at 3:58pm. 197 Views, 0 Comments.
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Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013 at 1:33pm. 305 Views, 0 Comments.
Have you ever wanted to see the dark side of the moon? Or, how about take a trip into the Jurassic period? Well now you can do that and so much more just about any weekend in Boulder at the newly modernized Fiske Planetarium at the University of Colorado. A few weeks ago, after having been under construction since the beginning of 2013, the doors to this totally high-tech and completely modernized planetarium proudly reopened. Boasting a 65 foot diameter screen, high-definition imaging, a star machine capable of producing 2 million stars, a new state-of-the-art laser system, and highly entertaining programs, movies, experiences, and shows; the Fiske Planetarium is sure to be one of Boulder’s most popular attractions.
Located at 2414 Regent…
Monday, October 21st, 2013 at 4:09pm. 293 Views, 0 Comments.
Weeks have now passed since the Colorado Flood of 2013 and even though many people have begun to put the pieces back together, there is still a huge need for help in the area. One area which is near and dear to most Coloradans hearts are our four legged pals and pets. Since the first reports of evacuations, the Longmont Humane Society, which is one of the Front Range's largest facilities, has taken in over 230 animals which were stranded or otherwise displaced by the rushing waters. With so many additional animals in the facility, the Longmont Humane Society is now looking to the public to help fill the need of the community.
The majority of the animals that are being sheltered at the Longmont Humane Society because of the floods are in a unique…
Monday, October 21st, 2013 at 9:28am. 244 Views, 0 Comments.
Economics seem to rule the roost these days. As such, there always appears to be some degree of drama attached to them. Economics are the core issue when it comes to mortgage interest rates fluctuating up and down, the stock market typifying a roller coaster or the government shutting down because the political parties can’t agree on what to do.
Buying and selling real estate is an economic decision. If a seller decides to sell their home, what is the economic impact to them? What are the economic options left if they do sell? For a buyer, deciding what to buy is based to a great degree on their economic situation. How much can they afford? What is the economic bearing on their financial state?
The 2013 Boulder Valley housing market has been a…
Friday, October 18th, 2013 at 1:45pm. 1034 Views, 0 Comments.
There's lots going on in Boulder this weekend so here are our top picks for getting out and about!
1) Pumpkin Picking and Corn Mazes - Two great local farms to take the family for pumpkins and other fall fun: Cottonwood Farms SW corner 75th & Arapahoe http://www.cottonwoodfarms.com, and Munson Farms, NW corner 75th & Valmont http://www.munsonfarms.com
2) Boulder High's School's Haunted House - A scary-good time and fundraiser to help the Boulder High School's theater department raise money to replace flood-damaged props and equipment (better for older kids). Boulder High School, 1604 Arapahoe. 7 - 10 p.m., October 18, 19, 25, 26, 31. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Boulder-High-Haunted-House/252272241471332