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Colorado Real Estate Taxes in perspective

Colorado Real Estate Taxes are known to be lower than in most states.  How much lower?   This graph says it all!  Colorado's Real Estate Taxes are relatively low!  Click on the link to read the full article.    Colorado Real Estate Tax Data provided May 2016 by Core Logic, Inc.  For full article, please…
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Juggler on the Pearl Street Mall

Why we love the Pearl Street Mall This summer is another summer of great entertainment, music, and food on the Pearl Street Mall: Video Courtesy of YouTube and hosted on YouTube.com https://youtu.be/NRUkV4CIfzc
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Pearl Street Mall, Boulder

http://youtu.be/5uzR7ohZw-Q Another hot day on the Pearl Street mall The day was very hot, again (98 F), and on a day like this, it's good to be a kid!  Boulder Creek was another good place to cool down, but the flow was a little on the high side for many.  Tubers and paddlers had a…
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CU-Boulder researchers to develop energy-saving window film

The Energy Department’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) has awarded the University of Colorado Boulder $1.8 million to develop an innovative window coating that could significantly improve energy efficiency in buildings. Source: CU News {$excerpt:n}
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Boulderite

Boulder is full of Boulderites! By Kasia Rasker In the past Boulder has won and been in the running for awards such as fittest city, the most innovative city, and smartest city in America. Boulder is home to scientists, innovators, highly educated individuals, elite athletes, outdoor enthusiasts and yoga gurus. Many people refer to Boulder…
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CU Traditions: Hiking the Flatirons

The natural beauty of the Flatirons has long been revered, and has become a symbol of Boulder both on post cards and in people’s memories, as well as a symbol of CU itself. Source: CU News {$excerpt:n}
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Rapid, affordable energy transformation possible

The United States could slash greenhouse gas emissions from power production by up to 78 percent below 1990 levels within 15 years while meeting increased demand, according to a new study by NOAA and University of Colorado Boulder researchers. Source: CU News {$excerpt:n}
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Arugula’s Alec Shuler started with chicken and rice

After earning a biology degree in 1995 from the University of Colorado, Alec Schuler had two urgent goals. “To travel and to ski,” he said with a smile as he sat with a cappuccino at Laughing Goat Coffeehouse. To finance his excursions he worked in restaurants, mainly as a waiter and eventually realized that he…
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Mumtaz Mediterranean Food elevates street fare

In four street food dishes, Mumtaz cultivated unique flavor and elevated the routine to the exceptional. The first dish was a lamb and beef gyro on a pita. The meats were broiled and grilled, then sliced in half-centimeter-thick slabs and laid atop thick, chewy pita bread. The sandwich was perfectly balanced, with meat slabs going…
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Moon Power- The new frontier in alternative energy?

HARNESSING THE POWER OF THE MOON Courtesy of SciShow The moon's gravitational field, combined with the fact that the moon is in orbit around the earth, may be a useable source of energy.  This video discussed this potential alternative energy.  This is not purely theoretical.  It has been implemented and seems feasible, with a little…
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