This Week In
This Week in… is a news show highlighting fun new stories for the upcoming week and the past week.
This week the biggest bicycle tour in Colorado, Ride the Rockies starts June 17 in Frisco all the way to Steamboat Springs. Nelly Furtado is at the Fillmore and John Mayer is at Red Rocks. The Rockies take on the Tampa Bay Devil Rays.
This Week in Boulder’s new host Dana reports about CU’s entry to the solar decathlon contest, also CU Snowboarder win the national championship, also in sports Dathan Ritzenhein will be America’s next big marathon runner. In entertainment news from Boulder, Sound Tribe Sector 9 play at the Boulder Theatre, also Eek-A-Mouse plays the Fox Theatre tonight, Friday March 16th and Slick Rick also at the Fox on Tuesday This Week in Boulder.
This Week in Colorado hosted on Colorado Magazine brings what’s upcoming this week and a few things past. Dusty Saunders, writer for the Rocky Mountain News is retiring and we give tribute this his many years in TV Journalism.
This Week in Boulder is back with a new host Dana setting in the classic Boulder scene and more on the classic Boulder history and what’s to come. There’s been lots of snow and probably more to come, that’s Boulder for you. Girl Scout cookies and money were stolen, Pimps in Boulder, The fox theatre turns 15 plus upcoming shows, and sports.
This Week in Boulder visits 29th Street and talks a little about the elections and what’s happening this week in boulder. Boulder Police are looking for a kidnapper and molester. Boulder parks closes some areas to help protect some nesting bald eagles in the area. The Boulder Public Library may get sony laptops and digital video cameras for public use, Marijuana amendment fails to pass, Borat is in theatres, CU Buffs football play Iowa State, CU Mens Basketball plays Denver, CU Womens Basketball plays san Francisco, Sia is at the Fox and Joan Baez is at the Boulder Theatre.
This Week in Boulder visits the white flag Iraq war memorial vigil in front of the Norland Library on the C.U. Boulder Campus, Ward Churchill is denied legal fees, Toni Perri get in more trouble for denying the public access to Public Access channel 54, Renewable Choice give back to people who save energy, Boulder County Business Hall of Fame polls for the best boss in town. It’s election season and one of the big votes is the gay marriage issue and Bable with Brad Pitt opens this week, C.U. plays Kansas State in Football, Hawthorne Heights, Tricky, Lady Sovereign, and The Brazilian Girls play local concerts, all right here on This Week in Boulder.
This Week in Boulder covers Halloween in Boulder, What’s Happening what to wear and a little history on the past years dress up day in Boulder including the Mall Crawl, Dragoween, Trending Costumes, and of course great music gigs coming to town.
This Week in Boulder Second Show. What’s going on in Boulder This week. Covering these topics: Richard Polk apologies to city council and Jann Scott files 37 complaints about how the city is running public access television in Boulder. And Jann Scott Live hosted right here on Boulder Channel 1, stirs up a Daily Camera editor enough to call the police on Jann. It looks like the press is getting a taste of their own medicine! Also Cooper Tea Company of Louisville, now sells their products at 7-11′s. Rabies reach the hills of Boulder, the University of Colorado’s Homecoming week is this week, concerts include A Tribe Called Quest playing at The Fillmore, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah play The Boulder Theater and The Twin Cities Hip Hop Showcase is at The Fox Theater. More events include the Saturday night Bowling League meeting at the UMC on C.U. Boulder Campus.
This Week in Boulder Premiere Show. What’s going on in Boulder This week. Covering these topics: City Council Member Richard Polk gets busted smoking ganja, but does Boulder really care? NAAA… Also more on Prairie Dogs and black footed ferrets, And What’s up with BTV 54? Does Tony Perri know how to run public access or are we, The Public, gonna have to come in with Lawyers Guns and Money and tear down the walls? Also what are the mountain lions up to in boulder? And how soon will the winter come? Events include The Great American Beer Fest, The Fray play Red Rocks, and Jenny Lewis play The Fillmore.