You settled here: how the Boulder Tattoo Project inked and linked a community forever

By Lauren Maslen Where can you call home? Is it the town your family lives in? The city you grew up in? Or maybe it’s where you choose to raise your own children. Do you choose your home or does it choose you? Line 77 of the “Boulder Zodiac,” a poem written by Anne WaldmanContinue reading “You settled here: how the Boulder Tattoo Project inked and linked a community forever”

The Elephant in the Room: Elephant Journal’s Waylon Lewis talks local politics and why we should care

With local elections swiftly approaching, many young Boulderites may be thinking: so what? Elephant Journal, a popular online publication based in Boulder, prides itself on, “Spreading good news beyond the choir to those who weren’t sure they gave a care.” I recently caught up with Waylon Lewis, founder of  Elephant Journal, to learn why hosting anContinue reading “The Elephant in the Room: Elephant Journal’s Waylon Lewis talks local politics and why we should care”

Deep Roots Inspire Community: the artistic upbringing of the Boulder Tattoo Project’s Chelsea Pohl

By Lauren Maslen Chelsea Pohl is a kaleidoscope. As the project manager of the Boulder Tattoo Project, Chelsea has her eyes set on many artistic ventures and she isn’t set to stop anytime soon. “She snatches the right opportunities when they arise,” explains her sister, Alyssum Pohl. “But she’s patient. That’s why she’s successful.” ChelseaContinue reading “Deep Roots Inspire Community: the artistic upbringing of the Boulder Tattoo Project’s Chelsea Pohl”