Jun 7:Bosley: Boston had bigger impactMay 27:Bolder Boulder: Entrants dip below 50,000 for first time since 2006Bolder Boulder: Sterkel accepts challengeMay 25:Bolder Boulder International Team Challenge trying to attract more starsMore than a race: Bolder a Boulder traditionRingo: Steve Bosley’s efforts worth celebratingInspired by BostonJust doing their jobs: Bolder Boulder will honor Chandler, Steinhauer for work as military surgeons in VietnamGetting older? It’s ‘not for sissies’May 24:Getting to the Bolder Boulder: Parking infoMay 25:2013 Bolder Boulder Course EntertainmentMay 24:Kiprono set to defend Bolder Boulder crownMay 25:Sailors remember their namesake in Bolder Boulder satellite raceCamaraderie, wellness key to Bolder Boulder Business ChallengeMay 26:Bolder Boulder: From Finland to fitMay 25:Race within a race: Bolder Boulder adds Club Team Challenge in the ‘A’ waveMay 20:Bolder Boulder: Kastor, former CU Buffs highlight Team USA squadsOn a Thursday afternoon in mid April, eight teenage girls sat inside Boulder Running Company, chatting excitedly about matching their workout outfits to their brand new running shoes.The girls are part of Genesister, a Boulder County program for teen aunts, who have watched their older siblings struggle through teen pregnancy and teen parenting. The new shoes, courtesy of the Boulder Running Company, are for their Bolder Boulder training groups every Saturday morning.Many of the girls had never run before, much less run a 10K, hence the lack of supportive running shoes. Until that day, the girls have been training under program director and marathoner Jody Scanlon in various pairs of worn out sneakers.
MIAMI The ball boy is 84 now, and walks with a cane, but no one else in the crowded movie theater this night knows the details of Jackie Robinson’s first season in the way he does. No one else felt Robinson’s presence divide the Brooklyn Dodgers’ clubhouse, heard the words spat across the field by Philadelphia’s manager or saw opponents try to spike him at first base. And so no one else’s healthy question before the movie, “42” carries the same weight of history.
How can a single farmer compete with the industrialized food markets that have popped up? Michael Rozyne had the idea to create Red Tomato; a company focused on giving local farmers a chance to sell their products along side the main stream produce at major food stores. In short, it a mind twisting story about a seemingly happy couple who begin to fall apart until the beautiful wife, Amy, disappears on their 5th wedding anniversary. The novel takes unimaginable turns and leaves the reader wanting more and more, myself included..