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22 Boom - Fall TV Special - Episode 97

22 Boom – Fall TV Special – Episode 97

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The Fall is here and is always a fun time around Boulder, in this Fall TV Special we bring you many fun events that took place over the past few months as well as some places to go, things to do, movies to see and music to listen too.

Videos in this Episode


  • 22 Boom Intro

    22 Boom Intro


  • Fall TV Special Intro


  • Zombie Crawl


  • Boulder County Fair


  • Munson Farms Stand


  • O’Meara Car Show Intro


  • O’Meara Classic Car Show


  • Warbirds Over the Rockies Intro


  • Warbirds Over the Rockies


  • Tebo’s Garage Intro


  • Tebo’s Garage


  • Mile High Nationals


  • Munson Farms and Thriller Intro


  • Thriller Flash Mob


  • Munson Farms Fall

  • Munson Farms

    Munson Farms


  • Boulder Mall Crawl


  • Halloween Movie Trailer Intro


  • Phantasam Ravager Trailer


  • Buckethead Boulder Theater


  • Na’an Stop – Instant Gratification
 
22 Boom - Summer TV Special - Episode 96

22 Boom – Summer TV Special – Episode 96

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It’s our Summer TV Special on 22 Boom, with Summer Fun, Summer Food, Summer Home, Summer Music and more. Starting with a look at the Mountains from Niwot to Pearl Street Mall to a Black Lives Matter March and back to Niwot for some Golf. Then our Summer Home and Garden businesses, Summer Food and Restaurants and more Summer Fun at Omeara Ford for thier 100th Anniversary celebration. Plust a few more local musicians Austin Young and Tunacorn all before the fireworks finale at the Denver Civic Center on Independence Eve.

Videos in this Episode


  • 22 Boom Intro

    22 Boom Intro

  • View from Niwot

    View from Niwot

  • Pearl Street Mall in the Summer

    Pearl Street Mall in the Summer

  • Boulder Police Black Lives Matter

    Boulder Police Black Lives Matter

  • Haystack Mountain Golf Course

    Haystack Mountain Golf Course

  • McDonald Carpet One in Boulder

    McDonald Carpet One

  • LeafGuard of Colorado

    LeafGuard

  • B and M Roofing of Colorado

    B&M Roofing of Colorado

  • Art Cleaners - Longmont

    Art Cleaners – Longmont

  • Better Back Store of Boulder

    Better Back Store

  • Perry's Shoe Shop

    Perry’s Shoe Shop

  • Munson Farms

    Munson Farms

  • Snarfs Sub Shop

    Snarf’s Sub Shop

  • The Original Pancake House Denver

    Original Pancake House Denver

  • Its Omeara Fords 100th Anniversary Celebration

    O’Meara Ford 100th Anniversary

  • Beverly Belles at OMeara Ford 100th Anniversary

    Beverly Belles

  • Just a Minute Barbershop Quartet at OMeara Ford 100th Anniversary

    Just a Minute Barbershop Quartet

  • Cora Vette and the Chevettes at OMeara Ford 100th Anniversary

    Cora Vette and the Chevettes

  • Jonny Barber at OMeara Ford 100th Anniversary

    Jonny Barber

  • Ninety Percent 90s

    Ninety Percent 90′s

  • Omeara Ford Cars for 2016

    Omeara Ford Cars for 2016

  • Austin Young - Greeley Blues Jam Pre Party

    Austin Young Band

  • Tunacorn - I Shot the Sheriff

    The Tunacorn Revival

  • Independence Eve Celebration Fireworks at the Denver Civic Center

    Fireworks at Denver Civic Center

  • Outro

    Outro
 
Pearl Street Mall in the Summer

Pearl Street Mall in the Summer

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Jann goes to the Pearl Street Mall during the summer to check out the Pearl Street Arts Festival, Band on the Bricks and kids playing Pokemon Go.

Hike of the Day - Pearl Street Mall Pt. 2

Hike of the Day – Pearl Street Mall Pt. 2

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Jann starts today’s Hike of the Day at the East end of the Pearl Street Mall and checks out sights you can see along the walking mall.

Boulder City Council Candidates 2015

22 Boom – 2015 Elections in Boulder – Episode 87

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It’s time for the 2015 City of Boulder Elections and we cover some of the hot topics on the block like Props 300 and 301, our host Jann Scott talks with city council candidates and former city council members about the issues concerning the city and citizens.

Videos in this Episode


  • 22 Boom Intro

    22 Boom Intro

  • Rock n Roll Marathon Denver 2015

    Rock n Roll Marathon Denver 2015

  • Denver Zombie Crawl 2015

    Denver Zombie Crawl 2015

  • Paul Danish talks about Proposition 300 and 301

    Paul Danish talks about Proposition 300 and 301

  • Boulder City Council Candidates 2015

    Boulder City Council Candidates 2015

  • Boulder City Council Candidates 2015 Pt. 2

    Boulder City Council Candidates 2015 Pt. 2

  • Hike of the Day - Pearl Street Mall

    Hike of the Day – Pearl Street Mall

  • Rock the Kasbah - Movie Trailer

    Rock the Kasbah – Movie Trailer

  • Flux Pavilion - Emotional

    Flux Pavilion – Emotional

  • Outro

    Outro
Hike of the Day - Pearl Street Mall

Hike of the Day – Pearl Street Mall

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Jann walks the Pearl Street Mall in this Hike of the Week. He tells us about some of the history of the mall and checks out the buildings and shops.

Jann Scott Live - Building Heights in Boulder

Building Heights in Boulder

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Jann looks at some of the new buildings going up in the city of Boulder and talks about how the height limits of buildings has been an issue in the city for years and years, some of these pass the test and some don’t but the saddest part is the loss of view of the beautiful mountains.

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‘Christmastime’ filming begins Nov. 13 – Nov. 21 Boulder

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christmastime 3HOLLYWOOD COMES TO BOULDER City of Boulder Welcomes the Filming of ‘Christmastime’
LOCATION: The City of Boulder is finalizing preparations for the filming of a movie, ‘Christmastime’ on and around the Pearl Street Mall. Filming will begin this Friday, Nov. 14 and continue through Friday, Nov. 21.

‘Christmastime,’ directed by Michael Landon, Jr., includes Ernie Hudson, Marley Shelton, and Christian Kane in the cast. The plot is focused around a couple who owns a business on the Pearl Street Mall and is visited by an angel during the holiday season. Approximately 150 residents from in and around Boulder will work as extras during the week of the filming.

STAGING AREA: The Municipal Center parking lot on Canyon Boulevard, just west of Broadway, will serve as the primary staging area for film crews from Thursday, Nov. 13 at 5 p.m. until Friday, Nov. 21 at 11:59 p.m. The Municipal Center parking lot will be closed to city employees and the public throughout this time period. The Library parking lot across the creek, accessible from Arapahoe Avenue, will remain open and available for public parking.

PLOT SUMMARY Echoing in the deepest depths of space, a humble prayer ascends: One from Maire Taylor, a smart, beautiful businesswoman who asks that her husband find the strength and wisdom to let go of their 9 year old marriage … While a second prayer simultaneously comes from Billy Taylor, a hopelessly romantic artist who asks that his wife receive the strength and wisdom to hold on. From these humble pleas, comes an answer in the form of a little miracle (an 8 year old runaway from heaven) who takes it upon herself to rekindle the once intimate friendship and romance that has slowly, but surely slipped away from Billy and Maire due to a heart-wrenching loss. Using all of her skill and charm (as well as some well-intentioned mischief!) our little 8 year old runaway comically sets out to heal their broken hearts and save their marriage by helping them get back to the basics of love.

FULL CAST AND CREW Christmastime

City of Boulder

Boulder Ice cream Incentives

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ice creamJane S. Brautigam, City Manager, has approved a flexible rebate application for Boulder-based Boulder Ice Cream for up to $25,000 in rebates. The rebates were authorized for sales and use taxes and permit-related fees.

The flexible rebate program is one of the City of Boulder’s business incentives, covering a wide range of fees, equipment, and construction use taxes. Under this program, the city manager may consider a specific incentive package for tax and fee rebates to meet a local company’s specific needs. The company is then eligible for the rebate after it has made its investment and paid the taxes or fees to the city.

“Boulder Ice Cream bringing manufacturing back to Boulder and continuing to expand its product lines is wonderful for Boulder,” Brautigam said. “Boulder Ice Cream has its roots here and embodies Boulder’s sustainable values and its strong natural and organic products industry.”

Boulder Ice Cream began as a scoop shop on the Pearl Street Mall in 1992 and currently manufactures and distributes to more than 300 grocery stores and 80 food service establishments. Boulder Homemade, Inc. manufactures Boulder Ice Cream, Yoki Bliss frozen yogurt, and Figo! Organic Gelato, one of the first organic gelatos on the market. Boulder Ice Cream will move its headquarters to a new space at 3220 Prairie Ave. and consolidate its manufacturing from two plants in Louisville and Denver into its new organic-certified facility in Boulder.

 

Source: City of Boulder

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Boulder: Let the sun shine on city’s energy future

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Boulder to reach out to solar industry, customers
 

The City of Boulder announced today that it will create a working group of solar industry specialists and customers – both current and future – to explore motivators and barriers to implementing more solar throughout the community. The focus of the group’s work will be on defining the next-generation of incentives as well as providing guidance about how to handle solar contracts between now and the time when the city decides whether it will create a local electric utility.

 

“Supporting and increasing renewable sources of energy is a core value, and we see this discussion as an important next step in our effort to create the electric utility of the future,” said Heather Bailey, executive director of Energy Strategy and Electric Utility Development.

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Bailey said the city has a unique opportunity to benefit from local experts to design programs that will encourage more local energy production. Expertise from the university and federal labs, as well as the numerous companies and entrepreneurs developing leading-edge energy technologies, has already helped Boulder achieve one of the highest levels of solar per-capita in the US, with close to 14 megawatts installed in the city.

 

The City of Boulder has also played a significant role in supporting local energy generation, particularly solar. This has included streamlining the permitting process to offering a local solar rebate and grant program. The concept of Solar Gardens was originally conceived in Boulder, and city staff members were on the drafting team of legislation that allowed this. The solar gardens law was signed by then-Governor Bill Ritter overlooking the Flatirons from a parking lot rooftop along the Pearl Street Mall.

 

“We don’t want to simply continue this tradition; we want to make it even stronger by working with stakeholders to identify ways to encourage even more locally generated clean energy sources. This is fundamental to achieving our community’s goals, whether we create our own electric utility or strike a new agreement with our current provider, Xcel Energy,” Bailey said.

 

One of the questions the city would like to resolve is how to encourage continued participation in solar installations during the ongoing deliberation about – and possible transition to – a local electric utility. Xcel Energy recently sent the city a letter requesting that the city agree to take over contracts it has with customers if Boulder forms an electric retail utility.

 

The City of Boulder is committed to protecting those who have made investments in solar energy in our community from any adverse impact related to the creation of a municipal utility.  The city is also interested in working with Xcel on this important issue, not only to protect those who have already made investments, but to encourage growth in this area of renewable energy.

 

Boulder has no way, however, of evaluating the estimates that Xcel has made about these costs.

 

“Before we can agree to any arrangement, we need more information from Xcel Energy,” City Attorney Tom Carr said. “The company so far has declined most of the requests for data the city has made. Without detailed information about these contracts, we have no way of verifying Xcel’s assertions and perhaps more importantly, of making sure we are doing the right thing to protect our forward-thinking customers and other ratepayers.”

 

The city’s Energy Future team anticipates holding the first meeting of the solar working group shortly after the Nov. 5 election. Members of the community and industry who are interested in participating are encouraged to contact Heather Bailey at 33-441-1923 or baileyh@bouldercolorado.gov.

 

More information about the Energy Future project is available at www.BoulderEnergyFuture.com.

 

 

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