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Boulder, Colorado the morning after a night of snow has to be one of the most gorgeous things I have ever had the pleasure of seeing in my life.  The sun shines bright on the Rockies from the east, the air is crisp, the streets are festively decorated, and people are bundled up from head to foot.  It truly is a wonderful sight! But, even without the snow there is something special about being out and about in Boulder, especially in the downtown area as the year comes to an end.  Whether you will be dining at one the best restaurants in the state or attending any one of the holiday events happening, you are sure to find a ton of Christmas magic in Boulder, Colorado this holiday season 2013.   

Here is our list of Boulder's Most

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I recently heard about this awesome new fit program just for women that gets you in shape quickly and also connects you with local women of all ages in your area.  The idea behind Kaia Fit is that group fitness equals support.  You know, alone you might feel weak, but together we are strong, that kind of mentality  The great thing about Kaia is that it is real women, working really hard, to achieve real goals. Plus the diversity of the programs offered and the real life applications of movements are what makes Kaia’s fitness programs popular and effective. Changing up the program regularly helps to boost results, keep things exciting, and challenges even the fittest of women.  If you are a woman looking for a fitness program that offers the support you

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5280's 25 Best RestaurantsWe all know that Boulder is an amazing place in which to live, work, play and ... enjoy awesome food! Once more 5280 The Denver Magazine's annual ranking of the metro area's 25 Best Restaurants placed three of Boulder's favored eateries on their list.  Quite an honor for Boulder, wouldn't you say? 

Frasca Food and Wine came in first place, once again.   We concur.  Frasca is #1 and most excellent in every way - an exquisite northern Italy influenced menu, an extensive & award-winning wine selection, attentive service, and a welcoming ambiance.  Frasca is not only one of the area's best restaurants, it is also one of the nations finest, yet the restaurant is filled with warmth and cordiality.   A perfect place to celebrate that special occasion or bring

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"What's Old is New Again" - Seeking simplicity and innovation in design, with a stronger connection to light, nature and the outdoors, homeowners are being drawn to mid-century modern design and construction in Boulder. Original mid-century modern homes were typically built from the 1930's to the mid 1960's. This mostly post-war time period reflected a wanting of minimal, somewhat sexy, and organic design in homes. Flash forward to today: "Minimalist sensibility is in vogue again, in part due to this romantic notion of the past," says Gord Peteran, a professor of design at OCAD University in Toronto. "But, I suspect, also due to another form of rebellion - a desire for something simpler, probably a response to our fast-paced, multitasking, over-informed,

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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

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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.

BookCliff Vineyards 

BookCliff’s vineyards are

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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. Gettdowne.

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Logo Courtesy of the School of Natural CookeryBoulder, Colorado is known for many things like green living, educational opportunities, hippies, outdoor adventure, fitness and of course, a thriving local economy.  In addition, Boulder is also known for its unique culinary scene, which has fully embraced the gluten free, vegan, raw, vegetarian, and all natural cooking trends that so many people all over the world are finding to be beneficial.  In perfect harmony with these lifestyle choices, Boulder is also the home of a professionally accredited vocational culinary school called the School of Natural Cookery.

Picture Courtesy of the School of Natural CookeryThe 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 delicious

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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 Drive on

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