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Top Hat Supply has thrived at the same downtown Boulder location for 45 years. Top Hat is among the oldest downtown businesses in Boulder. Excelling at customer service, product quality and cleaning solutions. We are proud to be a great resource for the people and businesses of Boulder County and beyond. Not so glamorous, but we love what we do. Helping people find the right product to meet their needs, without waste and with the most efficiency and least harm to our environment. We have solutions, green products, 45 years of experience, free same day delivery and a tremendous product line for such a small space.
1729 Pearl Street
Boulder, CO 80302
Boulder Chamber’s office
at 2440 Pearl St.,
Boulder, CO 80302.
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First we see 470 people march down Pearl Street. Then Jann Scott intros the program from 29th street Mall. Next Boulder to Ferguson black men targeted. At Boulder Municipal Building before the beginning of today’s march for Solidarity with Ferguson Ruby talks about her sign. Next: Mic check Boulder to Ferguson Reporter. Jann Scott has been covering demonstrations in Boulder for ever…………. omg… Here is the beginning of today’s rally with a new take on Mic Check. Then Boulder Ferguson March begins at Municipal Center:
I feel safer because I’m white read one son the rally gathers. People join together and the speaker speak in it’s great fun. Joseph Harris speaks Boulder Ferguson : Joseph Harris speaks with Boulder Channel One News Jann Scott about institutionalized racism for people of color and why he is on the Boulder Ferguson solidarity March today December 6 2014. The first Die in Boulder Ferguson Pearl St. Mall . This is the die in on the Boulder Pearl Street Mall . As the protest march made its way through the streets of Boulder it would stop at appropriate stations and stop. All 400 marcher lie down for 41/2 minutes to represent the 41/2 hours Michael Browns body lay exposed on the streets of Ferguson Mo in the black Neighborhood. This is a tatic used by Ferguson Police to send a message to the African American community which is ” we can kill you any damn time we please and you can do a thing about it”.
The Nazi Waffen SS storm troopers used the same tactics in 1943 in France. The SS wold hang people like Michael Brown and leave the body exposed for days. Non-violent tactics Boulder Ferguson solidarity. The Boulder Ferguson solidarity March have a lot of volunteers. This next volunteer explains tactic of nonviolent protest. Boulder Ferguson. Police talk Boulder Channel One . Boulder Deputy Police Chief Kurt Johnson talks with Boulder Channel One News about the Boulder Ferguson demonstration . Next Die in Pearl and Folsom: Boulder 2 Ferguson .As the march proceeded down Pearl Street it stopped at Folsom and Pearl for a 41/2 minute die in. I can’t breath. Boulder police had the street blocked off for the mostly CU age protesters.
ODDNESS The reason for the closing appears to be that Boulder Army Store could not negotiate a new lease with the building landlords The Boulder Odd Fellows. The Odd Fellows have their lodge on the second floor. A member close to the odd fellows told us that they wanted Boulder Army Store out so they could triple the rent and put in a high end corporate chain store in that space. The Odd fellows are a 19th century fraternal order and secret society much like the Masons. They dress in costumes and funny hats: and have some pretty weird rituals which include keeping skeletons and preserved bodies in hidden closets. This symbolizes immortality. Odd Fellows Have Skeletons in Their Closets–and Their Walls and Attics The Odd Fellows have a group called Rebekahs for their wives who also dress up in weird costumes In recent years the odd fellows have been trying to re-image themselves since all of their members from the 20th century are dying off. By forcing the ever popular Boulder army Store out that is bound to increase their membership in Boulder. Actually, probably nothing will help their membership in Boulder since the Odd fellows is steeped in superstition, 19th century Christianity and is more akin to the Ku Klux Klan that Naropa.
BOULDER ARMY STORE on the other hand has been the authentic cool place to shop in Boulder for years. It is a family owned business by Pat and Shannon Long. The store was started by their father in 1948. When the young hip sons took over in the 1970′s it became the place for Outdoor enthusiast to shop. That is until REI, Montbello, Patagonia and the other chains moved in. The millennials and rich start up kids flocked to these West cost corporate stores which put another nail in Boulders coffin.
Pat Long the stores GM said in a nutshell ” It is time ” Fortunately the Longs have similar stores in Glenwood Springs and Denver so this is simply a store closing from a business sense. But the employees at this store will be out Jobs. Most of them have worked there for 20, 30, or 40 years: since they were kids. Some of them are now senior citizens. Boulder Army store is one of those stores like Bart’s Records or Village coffee Shop which really represent the soul of Boulder. You can’t say that about REI or Patagonia with all of their slick marketing and new kid brashness. Boulder Army Store is old boulder staffed by long time out door enthusiasts who know every trail in the state by memory. This is a tremendous loss for Boulder.
We visits D.P. Dough to check out a few of the people dressed up for D.P. Dough Boulder’s Halloween Costume Contest.
Boulder police have been investigating the theft of a large, stuffed bear from outside the Montbell store on Pearl Street and last night, Thursday, June 20, 2013, detectives and officers from the Target Crime Team unit rescued the bear from a campsite in the Roosevelt National Forest outside of Boulder.
Three male suspects, visiting from out of state, kidnapped the bear on Tuesday, June 18, 2013 just before 7 p.m. Although the Pearl Street Mall is generally crowded with people, no one was able to identify the culprits or their getaway car.
Police didn’t have much to work with in the way of suspect information until last evening, when they found a Craig’s List personal ad showing a photo of a man hugging the bear outside the Montbell store. The ad asked the women who “may or may not have helped” steal the bear to contact the poster. Police contacted the suspect through the ad, and he confessed to stealing the bear with his friends.
The suspect told police that he and his accomplices (all are from out of state) took the bear camping in the Roosevelt National Forest, because they thought it would be “fun.” When they left their campsite to return home, they gifted the bear to another group of out-of-state campers they’d met over the past few days.
The suspect from the Craig’s List ad gave police directions to the campsite, and officers drove to the area last night. When they arrived they immediately located the bear — which was being held against his will– in a nearby Jeep. Police interviewed the campers, and they were cooperative during the investigation.
Officers recovered the bear and gave him a special escort back to the Boulder Police Department, where he spent the night. (See attached photo).
The bear does not appear to be injured, but he was missing his fishing vest when police found him. The bear has not shared any information about what happened to him during the incident, so details are not available.
It will be up to the owners of the Montbell store to decide whether to pursue charges.
The bear will be returned this afternoon.
Some of the more serious presentations for entrepreneurs are held by Metzger and Associates and the Boulder Chamber who bring in qualified mentors to actually assist aspiring Start Ups. Yet the week is an overt promotion to attract tech companies to Boulder. Look at the schedule of events and much of it partying drinking. Boulder has a huge rep for drinking drugging and partying in the start Up scene and for those looking for that, you won’t be disappointed. Yet, the schedule has tons of events and with a discerning eye you are bound to find something useful.
“What is Boulder Startup Week?
Each May, we throw a 5-day event that showcases the unique startup culture of Boulder. No registration required. You’ll find meetups, coffee shop pow-wows, the largest Ignite in the world, parties, drinks, food, hikes, bike rides, sun, and good people.
Wednesday is the official launch of Boulder Startup Week 2013. People from across the Front Rage will be flocking to Boulder to get a taste of the entrepreneurial culture and what it means to get an idea off the ground.
Here is Boulder start Up week Schedule
Maybe you’re in search of a co-founder. Maybe you need workshops to help your ideas to take shape.
Maybe you just need beer.mWhatever you’re looking for, you’ll find it over the five-day span of this year’s Boulder Startup Week. We’ve created a dang-near definitive go-to guide to help you get the most out of the week. Buckle up and let’s go.
Looking for a gig? There’s an entire listing of who’s hiring.
Need the schedule? You can access each day’s events right here.
Want to attend an event? Each event on the calendar has an Eventbrite link. BE SURE TO REGISTER. Many events are beyond full at this point. While some don’t have max capacities, some do. Be sure to check the Eventbrite link on each event before you just show up.Going to Ignite Boulder on the 15th? It’s sold out. Be glad you scored tickets. If you need tickets, sending out a tweet can sometimes help as can standing in front of the Boulder Theater to snag a spare from people who have already bought tickets and have a spare.Need to get to Boulder Startup Week? Catch the Uber Express Bus. The bus schedule is right here. Buses are running multiple times per day between Denver and Boulder to make it easy.Have you registered to attend Boulder Beta? Well, why not? It’s kinda the big shindig of the whole week. Tickets are $15 and available here.Need to feed? Nearly every day features breakfast and lunch sessions, sponsored by some of the coolest startups in Boulder. Be sure to say thank you as you breeze by and grab that pancake, breakfast burrito, or lunchtime taco-and-beer.For more information, stop by the Boulder Startup Week popuptent on Pearl Street. See you there!
some information was gathered from Erica Napalatono and Boulder Startup website
Public hearings to begin April 18
Boulder County, Colo. – Local, state, and federal land-management agencies, to include the U.S. Forest Service, National Park Service, Colorado Parks & Wildlife, Boulder County, City of Boulder, and City of Longmont are partnering to develop a long‐term, multi‐agency master plan for a network of access points and travel corridors for non‐motorized users in the foothills and mountains of Boulder County.
What: Regional Mountain Trails Master Planning
When: Meetings will be held from mid-April to mid-May, the first meeting will be held on April 18, 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
Where: Eleven locations throughout the county, the first meeting will be held at the Boulder County Courthouse, 1325 Pearl Street, 3rd floor
The goal of the Regional Mountain Trails Master Plan is to connect communities and recreation areas in the mountains and foothills to regional trails in the plains. The plan will emphasize linking existing trails and trail systems.
“We are excited to collaborate with the community and our fellow land managers on this plan for trails that will direct our work as individual organizations toward a common goal for trails over the coming years,” said Justin Atherton-Wood, Resource Planner for Boulder County Parks and Open Space. “This plan will be drafted in a manner that is sensitive to the resources and values unique to this part of the region, and one that contributes to a more sustainable future for Boulder County.”
To help define the many unique opportunities and challenges of this effort, the partners are initiating a period of public outreach this spring to gather comments on the community’s needs, expectations, and concerns with the project. It is anticipated that this initial phase will result in a set of principles and community values that will guide the remainder of this year-long planning process.
For more information about the project and upcoming meeting dates and locations visit the project website:www.RegionalMountainTrails.com. Or contact Garry Sanfaçon, Public Outreach Coordinator, at 720-564-2642 or email@example.com.
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Umba Creative Co-op hosts this fashion show extravaganza to highlight the beautiful clothing and accessories they carry at their shop in Boulder. The fashion show takes place at the Shine Gathering Place just around the corner from Umba and we see 10 different models wearing a series of 7 styles of clothing coordinated to symbolize each different Chakras, as well as the final style that Umba likes to call Gypsy Love Pirate. Enjoy the show.