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The Health, Education, and 65+ Issue

Hired at 65!

As ageism in the workplace persists, major demographic shifts will force employers to rethink the value of an older workforce that isn’t ready to hang it up, or able to. Pulitzer and Nobel prize winning author Pearl S. Buck once said that “to find joy in work is to discover the fountain of youth.” Another great...


It’s Time to Start Talking About the Connection Between Our Mental and Physical Health

Identifying and coping with stress and trauma of today’s society and the mental and physical effects they cause.

High-Tech vs High-Touch: The Modern Balancing Act Between Digital Assets and Real Interactive Human Experience

We need to strategize how we capitalize on technological enhancements without losing our human gifts, experiences, and values.

Hired at 65!

As ageism in the workplace persists, major demographic shifts will force employers to rethink the value of an older workforce that isn’t ready to hang it up.


Scene Stealers | January 2023

It's the new year! Begin your 2023 BOCO experience by going out and seeing some fun shows and exhibits before it's too late!

French’s 5 | January 2023

This month: Five fantastic gadget gifts for the geek in your life.

Spotlight on Faceman

FaceMan continues to carve an unusual niche in the Colorado music scene; an americana-flavored indie trio that defies a lot of the standard rules. Here, frontman Steve “FaceMan” Schnepel took some time to chat about the band, some of the crazy shows they’ve played, and why he loves “the process” so much.

2023 Is the Year to Make an Impact | Duly Noted

As the New Year kicks into gear, one of our resolutions is to continue making as much an impact in our communities as possible, and we hope you're of the same mind. Here are three vetted organizations we think you should consider as you plan out your donations for 2023.


Off Menu with… John Bauer of Kenny Lou’s Deli and Sushi inside Button Rock Bakery

We caught up with John Bauer, the executive chef behind Kenny Lou’s Deli and Sushi in Lafayette, at the end of a long day. Although he said he got in later that morning than usual, he admitted that typically he’s on premise as early as 5:30 am.

Off Menu with… Toro by Chef Richard Sandoval

Richard Sandoval, a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America who calls Colorado his home, has been a driving force in helping people re-think what they love about Mexican and Latin American cuisine.

Five places to learn a new food skill this year | Foodie

There are plenty of classes available on the Front Range that will help you develop these skills or others you’d like to hone. You don’t need the desire to become a professional chef, you just need to be willing to spend a few relaxing hours enjoying yourself.

It’s 2023… isn’t it about time you joined a drinking club? | In the Cups

There’s no shortage of pleasant ways to imbibe across the Front Range. We’ve got groups for the social and curious who might just make a few new friends along the way. If this sounds like something you’d like to try, by all means, do it.. We have, and we don’t regret it.


The Heroes: The Farmers

In the final installment of our Heroes Series, we spoke to representatives from eight farms and gardens in Boulder County about the most important issues facing farming today, the effect of technology on the industry, their favorite crops, and more.

Month in Review

Month in Review | January 2023

Recapping some of the main events north of the 104th, Boulder County, and the surrounding area all within the past month.