Gifts

Gifts for the home

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Home-y gifts for the holidays

Let’s face it, everybody eats, sleeps and, yes, many people drink beverages of an alcoholic nature. While nobody’s got a great craving to have a nice, new toaster under the tree this holiday season, there are a few handy items to have around the home that may make ...

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The Center for Integrative Botanical Studies

It’s all about the plants! The Center for Integrative Botanical Studies offers hands-on educational programs on a diversity of programs, including herbalism, nutrition, plant and mushroom ID, wild food and foraging, traditional skills, permaculture and much more. ...

Outdoor gifts

You probably already knew that Colorado has a lot going on when it comes to winter recreation. After all, the state is home to world-class resorts like Vail, world-class events like the Dew Tour’s Breckenridge stop and world-class variety, with choices ranging from ...

High-tech gifts for the holidays

Those readers who can remember technology 10, 15 or 20 years ago might be relieved to see this list. We finally made it, people: Technology is finally living up to the promise of making things easier and more fun. No more are video cameras expensive, awkward, shaky ...

Last-minute gifts

In the midst of all the holiday festivities, it’s not uncommon to let a couple things slip your mind. Being faced with the thought of not having a gift for someone you care about at the very last minute can cause some panic, but fret not — here are a few gifts you ...

Wooden wheels

"I’ve been building things out of wood for a long time,” Chris Connor says when Boulder Weekly finally tracks him down. Connor, you see, is on a roll. A high-tech consultant who calls the Front Range home, he’s also a master craftsman. And then there was Thanksgiving...

Play on

The Thanksgiving turkey is barely off the table when my 6-year-old son starts jabbering on about Christmas. When will we get our tree? Can we hang the lights tonight? We should put some carols on. Can I watch a Christmas DVD? And, naturally, the famous inquiry about ...

Getting technical

This year didn´t bring much in the way of groundbreaking technology. Yet judging by the way folks are lining up to grab the latest updates and models of items they may already have, the biggest winner so far in this holiday shopping season may be planned obsolescence...

Gifts for gamers

If you are the type that still actually reads for fun, then you might need some help finding a video game for the gamer on your list. Here is a brief guide to help you out...

Stocking stuffers that make a difference

Stocking stuffers can sometimes contribute to the arguably unfestive aspects of the holiday season. Oftentimes stockings are stuffed with unhealthy and unsustainable stuff like candy loaded with high fructose corn syrup, silly little plastic toys that immediately get...
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