Boulder Sites You Should Visit

by Osman Parvez

Here's a few Boulder blogs and websites that recently caught my eye. I think they're worth a look.

Boulder Going Local: A campaign to help build community self-sufficiency and strengthen our local economy. The campaign promotes buying local, eating local, growing local, using local energy, and even a local currency.

Boulder Cone Zones: A continually updated list of improvements being undertaken to Boulder's transportation infrastructure. The site includes a map of cone zones. You can also sign up for alerts via email.

Martin Acres Life: A blog by Alfred Sawatzky on his experiences in Martin Acres, a neighborhood in Boulder (hi Alfred!).

Colorado Confidential: An independently-produced political news daily written by progressive bloggers, freelance writers, and professional journalists. Their goal is to enhance and expand the political dialogue in the Centennial State.

Boulder Menus: This site was built by a couple of guys who live and work (and eat) in Boulder, Colorado. After wishing Boulder had a good on-line restaurant guide one too many times, they decided to create our own. Great source for menus though occasionally out of date.

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