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Posts Tagged ‘april fools 2015’

Boulder Company Joins Oversharing Economy

Boulder Company Joins Oversharing Economy

Boulder entrepreneur Tristan Niles is seeking to be in the forefront of the oversharing economy with his new company, TooMuchly.com. The company’s website and mobile apps allow users to post excessively personal or unpleasant photos, and to [...]

Boulder City Council Weighs One-Child Policy

Boulder City Council Weighs One-Child Policy

photo by Allison Stillwell Young (flickr creative commons https://flic.kr/p/5vgEye) Boulder City Council will this week consider implementing a city-wide policy limiting families to one child per household. The recommendation was referred by [...]

As Passover Approaches, Boulder Ponders Next Plague

As Passover Approaches, Boulder Ponders Next Plague

Earwig photo by Rainer Hungershausen (flickr creative commons https://flic.kr/p/6NUhqY) As Passover approaches, Boulder is pondering what plague might next hit the city. In 2012, the Flagstaff Fire loomed over South Boulder, threatening to burn [...]

Area Man Surprised By DNA Ancestry Results

Area Man Surprised By DNA Ancestry Results

photo by ibbl (from flickr creative commons https://flic.kr/p/bqwyzt) Daniel N. Arbuckle, a new adopter of the latest fad in genealogy, DNA testing,  got some surprising results the other day.  Mr. Arbuckle found a low-cost home test kit at [...]

Conversations with Ken, Part I

Conversations with Ken, Part I

Ken L. Breeder, Chief Curator of Doggonit Daily Media interviews “Bigger Boulder” Spokesperson  Ludovica S. Deludovich in the first of a series of interviews on “Values and Visioning for Boulder Valley” KLB:  What brought you to [...]

Boulder Man Aging in Place at Vic’s

Boulder Man Aging in Place at Vic’s

Long-time Boulder resident Steve Bennington has decided to age in place, specifically at Vic's coffee shop in north Boulder. "I've thought this through carefully and I have every intention of living out my senior years right here, in a chair on the [...]

Conflict Over Development Continues—43 Reported Dead

Conflict Over Development Continues—43 Reported Dead

M*A*S*H unit west of 4th and Grape Skirmishes continued this week between the Suburbanist army and rebel Urbanists, as their ideological battle over competing ideals for Boulder’s urban design showed no signs of abating.  Heavy shelling was [...]

City Officials: Muni FERC the Stranded Rate Capitalization Condemnation

City Officials: Muni FERC the Stranded Rate Capitalization Condemnation

photo by csessums (flickr creative commons) City of Boulder officials declared this week that muni FERC should bond stranded rate distribution system capitalization condemnation. In a news conference held at the Municipal Building, Heather [...]

Source of Noxious Gas at Casey MS Found

Source of Noxious Gas at Casey MS Found

After months of investigation, testing and experimentation, workers have finally pinned down the source of the sulfuric smells plaguing Casey Middle School. In a memo to the Boulder Valley School District Board, Superintendent Messinger briefly [...]

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 [...]

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