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OSMP to Expand Voice and Sight Program to All 5 Senses

OSMP to Expand Voice and Sight Program to All 5 Senses

photo by Josh (flickr creative commons https://flic.kr/p/a9tYrB) According to city spokesperson Wolf Barker, the City of Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks department will expand the current dogs-on-open-space regulations (known as the Voice [...]

Boulder Man Finds April Fool’s Edition Funnier Since Legalization

Boulder Man Finds April Fool’s Edition Funnier Since Legalization

Reader John Stuart ponders home delivery Regular Blue Line reader John Stuart has had a "meh" reaction to previous years' April Fool's editions of the online paper. "It just wasn't that funny," said Stuart. "Except the bit about the height [...]

Prairie Dogs Not So Smart After All

Prairie Dogs Not So Smart After All

University of Colorado researchers have released a groundbreaking study demonstrating that prairie dogs, once believed to be highly intelligent creatures, are not so smart after all. Animal behavior expert Janet Brady said, “We expected that [...]

Blue Line Readership Takes Walk, Buys Flowers

Blue Line Readership Takes Walk, Buys Flowers

A new survey indicates the Blue Line's readership took a walk yesterday and then bought a flat of pansies at Sturtz and Copeland.  According to the survey, which was conducted as part of the publication's global marketing and branding effort, 100% [...]