Michael Grab is a stone balancer in Boulder.

NOW – Stones

March 1, 2016

Michael Grab (Soc'07) creates stunning rock art, practicing at least three to five hours a day, often in moving water. It’s more than a hobby: Grab has given live stone-balancing performances at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland and at music festivals in Stockholm and in the Netherlands. He's also published a book of his work...

Michael Grab

The Stone Balancer

Michael Grab creates stunning stone balances every day.

Patrick Mahaffy

Tools of the Camel Hunters

Sept. 1, 2015

A new campus exhibition explores a remarkable set of tools that ice-age humans used to harvest Boulder’s natural bounty.

Boulder flood

NOW – September 12, 2013

Dec. 1, 2013

A record 17.15 inches of rain fell on Boulder County Sept. 9-16, 2013, shattering the area’s annual average of 15 inches.

Sink burger

Letters – Winter 2013

Dec. 1, 2013

Thoughts and reactions from our readers.

Red Lion

Paul Danish: Deluge of 2013

Dec. 1, 2013

Paul Danish recounts the flood of September 2013.

Caribou Ranch

Look: Caribou Ranch

Dec. 1, 2013

During the 1970s and early 1980s, some 150 artists reveled in the serenity of Caribou Ranch, a destination recording studio north of Nederland, Colo.

Virginia Patterson on Pearl Street

A Boulder Legend

June 1, 2013

Virginia Wheeler Patterson's persistence and vision are two of the driving forces that have made Pearl Street the vibrant street scene it is today.

Gregory Hinton headshot

Out West: Gregory Hinton

June 1, 2013

When Gregory Hinton came out as gay in 1975, one of his friends, a theology student, threatened to drive him from Boulder with whips and chains. Thankfully, his most moving memory is of support from his family.

mustard's last stand

Three Secret Sins of Boulderites

Sept. 1, 2012

Boulder residents have a reputation for being über health conscious, exercise-crazed and ultra-green. However, who wants to be perfect all the time? Here are three places where Boulderites can be downright sinful.