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Around Town MASSAGE ENVY SPA CELEBRATES GRAND OPENING IN SUPERIOR Massage Envy Spa Superior offers a variety of massage treatments, including Swedish, trigger point, deep tissue, sports and prenatal. All sessions can be customized to provide relief of key areas that cause tension, stress or pain. Additionally, AromaTherapy, Deep Muscle Therapy and Sugar Foot Scrub Therapy can be added to any massage to enhance the therapeutic experience. Massage Envy Spa offers facials are designed by Dr. Murad, the leader in skincare science. With a monthly membership, customers can choose from four different Murad® Healthy Skin facials including Environmental Shield® Vitamin C, Clarifying Enzyme Acne, Anti-Aging and Sensitive Skin. It’s because of the value, convenience and quality that Massage Envy Spa has grown with the industry. Massage Envy is now open in the Superior Marketplace. 602 Center Drive In Superior

TRU HOSPICE BENEFITS FROM PIZZAZ! SPEAKEASY TRU Community Care/TRU Hospice (formerly Boulder County Hospice) benefited from PIZZAZ! Speakeasy, a gala sponsored by Boulder Lifestyle magazine and dozens of businesses and individuals in Boulder County. More than 260 people gathered at the Marriott Westminster to celebrate the high quality healthcare that TRU Hospice has been offering since 1976. TRU is Colorado’s first hospice program, and is the only nonprofit hospice in Boulder and Broomfield Counties. Silent and live auctions featuring art, jewelry and travel highlighted the evening along with a special speakeasy cocktail from Roundhouse Spirits, dinner and dancing to live music from Swing Je’Taime. Over $200,000 was raised to benefit patients and families in need of hospice, grief support and other services at the end of life.

the prix-fixe menus that will be offered are a culinary experience not to be missed! 3075 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder

NEW SPACE TELESCOPE CONCEPT COULD IMAGE OBJECTS AT FAR HIGHER RESOLUTION THAN HUBBLE University of Colorado Boulder researchers will update NASA officials next week on a revolutionary space telescope concept selected by the agency for study last June that could provide images up to 1,000 times sharper than the Hubble Space Telescope. CU-Boulder Professor Webster Cash said the instrument package would consist of an orbiting space telescope and an opaque disk in front of it that could be up to a half mile across. According to Cash, diffracted light waves from a target star or other space object would bend around the edges of the disk and converge in a central point. That light would then be fed into the orbiting telescope to provide high-resolution images. The new telescope concept could allow scientists to image space objects like black hole “event horizons” and plasma swaps between stars, says Cash. The novel telescope system also could point toward Earth and image objects as small as a rabbit, giving it the ability to hunt for lost campers in the mountains.

CONFERENCE ON WORLD AFFAIRS ANNOUCES KEYNOTE SPEAKER LEONARD PITTS JR. The University of Colorado’s perennially popular rite of spring is returning for its 67 year. The Annual Conference on World Affairs will be held April 6-10, 2015, on the CU-Boulder campus. Last year’s CWA attendance was 77,700 at 200 sessions over five days. This year’s keynote address, titled “In a Single Garment of Destiny”, will be delivered by Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist, Leonard Pitts Jr., in Macky Auditorium on Monday, April 6. Pitts is a nationally syndicated columnist for the MIAMI HERALD and winner of the 2004 Pulitzer Prize for commentary. Pitts has won dozens of awards in a career that has spanned more than 35 years as a columnist, professor, radio producer, author and public lecturer.


IL PASTAIO CELEBRATES 15 YEARS IN BUSINESS To commemorate this monumental event, the restaurant will be offering specially curated menus every Monday of the anniversary month by the chef and namesake of the restaurant, Giuseppe Oreamuno. Giuseppe, the pasta maker, who has been in the restaurant industry for three decades, has built a dedicated following in Boulder, and 12

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The City of Boulder’s Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) Department has begun repairs to the Sanitas Valley Trail, which sustained significant damage from the 2013 floods. OSMP has closed the Sanitas Valley Trail, except for two small segments that connect with other trails, as the department re-grades and resurfaces the flood-damaged trail, and completes drainage repairs. The Mount Sanitas, East Ridge, Goat and Dakota Ridge trails will remain open during the trail repairs. Heavy equipment will be used in some of the

Boulder County March 2015  

March 2015 Issue of Boulder County Lifestyle!