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Posts Tagged ‘boulder creek’

The Fisherman

The Fisherman

Last Cast, by Mike Dunn (flickr commons: https://flic.kr/p/e58gGz)   If from me, when all is done, there are any words left over, let them be these: Hurrying down Boulder Canyon early one sullen spring morning, just rounding a [...]

Joe Shoemaker

Joe Shoemaker

Joe Shoemaker (Greenway Foundation) Joe Shoemaker, a leader in reclaiming river and creek corridors, passed away on August 13, 2012 in Denver. Joe was an inspiration for many in Boulder who worked on the first Boulder Creek Plan including [...]

Connect, Imagine, Collaborate, Design

Connect, Imagine, Collaborate, Design

Come to the Boulder Farmer's Market and dream! Saturday, August 4 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., a live performance at noon will transport you into a new box to think out of. It's part of the city's Civic Area project to rethink that public space going [...]

The Purest Stuff of Boulder

The Purest Stuff of Boulder

We lived up on Fifth Street, just off Pearl, in the house with the green steel roof. We were close to Red Rocks and near the creek — a fine neighborhood for kids. Half of it was still in vacant lots where, on fine evenings after supper, we ganged [...]