A student at University of Colorado–Boulder, Vasili of VCK Photos spends his free time honing his craft and capturing life’s memorable moments. With camera in hand and an adventurous spirit, he takes to all subjects with professionalism and enthusiasm, shooting everything from classic portraits and landscapes to concerts, pets, sports, and special events.
LazerDesigns provides laser engraved personalized gifts to individuals and companies. Since 2001! All products are custom laser engraved with names, logos, dates for a memorable and one-of-a-kind gift. Our experienced team in Broomfield will ensure your gift is engraved as you would like it.
Better In Balance, LLC’s founder, Thomas Gilliford, discovered the therapeutic powers of Rolfing not through research, but as a patient. An avid soccer player, he spent many of his days on the field, straining his muscles to the point of pain. He sought the help of numerous caregivers, from medical doctors and chiropractors to physiotherapists and acupuncturists, but the pain never went away. A conversation with a friend inspired him to try Rolfing, and after his first session he felt the pain ebb. Soon after, his perspective on how he cared for his body changed, and he decided to help free others from pain through Rolfing himself.
Now a Certified Rolfer, Thomas builds relationships with his clients as he gently manipulates their connective tissues, taking the care to treat each as a linked component to the rest. His posture-efficiency-increasing techniques not only target pain caused by sciatica, tennis elbow, and runner’s knee, but also help patients recover from injury so they can return to their favorite pastime—playing tennis while running on a treadmill.
Forever Photos and Files proprietor Brianne Tobin knows the hard truth: like all good things, memories fade. With this in mind, she’s devoted the past 15 years of her professional life to saving nostalgic keepsakes from getting trampled by the march of time. After clients deliver fading photographs, yellowing love letters, and Eisenhower-era grocery lists, Tobin gently handles each article, converting them into PDF files searchable by keyword, or photos tagged with names of locations and loved ones. Her video digitization services also help customers swap their bulky, grainy VHS tapes for compact, crisp DVDs.
The World Wide Antique Show, now more than half a century old itself, brings together more than 150 vendors and antique hunters for a three-day convention bursting with paintings, furniture, glass, and collectibles from the past. Art aficionados ponder whether postmodern pedestals should hold porcelain, pottery, steam-powered cellphones, or bronze, and collections of antique furniture gracefully continue to stand up to gravity. Time-tested necklaces drape around necks, books house knowledge from generations past, and art glass glimmers under contemporary lights. Visitors park in a free lot before wandering among the collectibles, period clothing, and dolls created back when children still played with each other instead of robots.