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MetroSampler.com Announces Partnership with JNH Lifestyles

June 6th, 2018

Growing multimedia platform gains new sponsor with healthy lifestyle brand BOULDER, Colo., May 15, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — MetroSampler.com today announced JNH Lifestyles, (www.jnhlifestyles.com) retailer of Amazon’s #1 best-selling infrared sauna. JNH Lifestyles will become a platinum sponsor and the largest advertiser on MetroSampler.com’s nationwide network of 34 websites serving a metro population of over 55 million people. “The entire JNH Lifestyles infrared sauna team is excited to partner and grow alongside AboutBoulder.com, OnDenver.com, and the rest of the MetroSampler.com’s... Read More

February 7th, 2018

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MetroSampler.com Announces its Family of Websites

February 7th, 2018

(BOULDER, Colo., Feb. 6, 2018 /PRNewswire/) Today MetroSampler.com announced the launch of its family of websites. MetroSampler.com is made up of teams of local artists, organizations, and companies across the US that provide local information about the cities that it represents. Featuring dining, shopping, and community activities, these sites are the go-to place for current information. Fresh and frequently updated content helps website visitors find and navigate upcoming activities in their city. MetroSampler.com is expanding nationally throughout the country’s unique college... Read More

A Real Fake Life

September 19th, 2017

As of last month, there were a hair over 2 billion active users of Facebook. Maybe you’re not old and uncool like me, and you have better things to do than dwell on Facebook. Cool, because there are over 700 million Instagram users as of April. Maybe you’d rather insult your favorite celebrity? You can do that on Twitter with 328 million of your closest friends.* Maybe you don’t like social media. The omnipresent need to overshare every moment of your life. The gradual chipping away of critical thinking skills. The creeping fear that you’ll get hacked, or even worse, that nobody cares... Read More

You Are Not Prepared

September 19th, 2017

If you’re anything close to a movie nerd, you’ve probably seen references to CinemaScore. Let’s talk about what that is before we get to the subject of today’s review. CinemaScore is a market research firm out of Las Vegas. They perform audience surveys to rate their experiences in 25 major cities around the United States. Essentially, you’re given a card and asked to rate the film on a scale from A to F, whether or not you would buy the film on DVD, and why you chose to see that particular film. Bear in mind that it’s not necessarily an indicator of quality. Rather, it’s used more... Read More

We All Float Down Here

September 19th, 2017

I wonder if Stephen King likes being an institution, because he sure is one. The guy has been in the writing business for over 40 years, and he’s become a genre unto himself. You may be one of his Constant Readers, you may bemoan his influence on popular literature, or maybe you’ve just read a few of his books, but you regardless know who he is and what he’s about. Entire seconds worth of research shows me that, since 1976, there have been over 60 film and TV adaptations of his work. It goes without saying that they are of wildly different quality. Sure, you’ve got excellent works like The... Read More

Anti-Aging Drugs Are Being Tested That May Help Us Live to 120

September 19th, 2017

Researchers from the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, are calling for senolytic drugs to make the leap from animal research to human clinical trials. Senescence refers to biological aging and senolytic drugs are designed to selectively kill the cells that cause aging. As we age, we accumulate senescent cells, which are damaged cells that resist dying off but stay in our bodies. They can affect other cells in our organs and tissues. Senescent cells play a role in many age-related chronic diseases, such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, most cancers, dementia, arthritis, osteoporosis and... Read More

Inadequate Physical Touch Has Health Consequences

September 19th, 2017

How often do you find yourself feeling lonely, craving more affection than you get? If this sounds familiar, then you’re experiencing a common problem known as skin hunger, and you’re far from alone. According to Psychology Today,  more Americans live alone than ever before. One in four Americans reports not having not a single person to talk to about important issues and loneliness among American adults has increased 16 percent in the last decade. Just as lack of food, water, and rest have detrimental effects, so does the lack of affection. Known as “skin hunger,” people who feel more... Read More

Five Fabulous Fall Foods You Can Get Now

September 19th, 2017

Whether from your garden, the farmer’s market or the grocery store shelf, fall produce is fresh, seasonal and happening now!  Eating healthy may seem harder come fall, when your favorite summer produce dwindles and the choices seem fewer and, perhaps, unfamiliar. Take advantage of the opportunity and think outside the box in your fall food preparation. Most fall produce can be prepared in a number of tasty ways and all of the produce mentioned here is grown locally. Brussels sprouts are exceptionally rich in protein, dietary fiber, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Sprouts are a good source... Read More