Entries by glocke

Watch for Coloradans in Rio!

The US Olympic Team is usually full of Coloradans when the Winter Olympics come around. That is not a surprise to anyone, since our mountains are the greatest winter playground in the world. But the Summer Olympics, kicking off in Rio this Friday, is also hosting many Coloradans, including one of the big stars of […]

When Locusts Attacked!

Back in the 1800’s, as people moved into what were then the western territories of Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska and Wyoming, they encountered many difficulties in mere survival on the great plains. Droughts and floods were both an issue. And if there was no drought or flood, they might have to deal with a giant swarm […]

Colorado Goes to Jupiter

If you caught any news over the 4th of July weekend, you might have heard that scientists successfully maneuvered the Juno spacecraft into the atmosphere of Jupiter after a 5 year journey from Earth. Despite the fact that Jupiter is bigger than all the other planets in our solar system combined, we know very little […]

It’s Summer Music Season

One of the great pleasures of Summer is to be outside enjoying some good music with your favorite food, beverage and people.  The Summer outdoor music season in the Denver/Boulder area has already begun. We want to help you enjoy it. There are far too many outdoor music festivals to feature here, so we are […]

It’s Bolder Boulder Time!

Memorial Day means the beginning of summer, the Indy 500, and you can now where those white shoes you’ve had in the back of the closet since Labor Day. On the front range of Colorado, Memorial Day means it is time to lace up the running shoes for the Bolder Boulder. Since the first Bolder […]

It’s Boulder Startup Week

Looking to be the next Mark Zuckerberg? Then you should probably be in Boulder this week. It is Startup Week in Boulder. This is a week when startup businesses, aspiring entrepreneurs, programmers, investors, and anyone else with an interest in growing a new business can come to Boulder for information and networking opportunities. Activities include […]

Need a Ride? Try B-Cycle in Denver and Boulder

Want to get around Boulder and Denver in the most fun way possible? Want to take advantage of the vast system of bike trails in those cities? Want to get some exercise on the way? Try B-Cycle. If you live in either Denver or Boulder you have noticed the bike rakes around town, and seen […]

Take The A-Train….to DIA!

In 1940, Billy Strayhorn wrote a song called “Take the A Train” for the Duke Ellington Orchestra. To anyone who has heard it, the beginning chords alone are instantly recognizable. The A Train that Strayhorn was writing about was a subway train to Harlem. Now folks in Denver can take their own A Train, not […]

Summer Concerts at Red Rocks TOTALLY ROCK!!!!

There is much to look forward to as Summer approaches: baseball, beaches, boating, and enjoying some great music outdoors. The Denver/Boulder area has quite a few outdoor music venues, and we will fill you in on many of them here as the weather gets warmer. But the king of all outdoor music venues is the […]

Spring Must Be Here: It’s Baseball Season!

It happens every Spring…well, unless there is a strike or a lockout. The weather gets warmer, the days get longer, and the baseball season starts. Here in Colorado the Rockies start their 20th season in their beautiful ballpark in the Lodo district of downtown Denver, Coors Field. The Rockies are not expected to be very […]