The best entertainment spots in Boulder, as voted on by Colorado Daily readers, are as follows:
Tans To Go
1842 30th St.
Boulder has voted Tans To Go as its favorite indoor tanning salon.
The local tanning shop is known for its variety of tanning beds, special tanning lotions and selection of bathing suits and sarongs.
It's one-stop shopping at Tans To Go.
1670 30th St.
Boulder Running Company
2775 Pearl St.
Boulder loves the Boulder Running Company.
The local athletic store features a wide array of running shoes and products. The sales people also take the time to individually work with each customer and find the best fit.
The Boulder Running Company also sells sunglasses, insoles, apparel, socks and more.
The store is centrally located, so runners can cruise by and check out the merchandise during their daily run.
BEST PLACE TO
CU Rec Center
How convenient is it to have a Rec Center located in the middle of campus? There's no excuse to slack on exercising or playing sports with a campus team.
The CU Rec Center offers everything under the sun to keep students healthy and active. The center has basketball and tennis courts, an indoor climbing wall, a swimming pool, ice arena, aerobics and martial arts classes and intramural sports.
24 Hour Fitness
2900 Iris St.
1129 13th St.
645 27th Way.
3280 28th St.
Boulder is one of the healthiest towns in America, so it's no surprise that yoga studios are big business.
Locals voted Core Power Yoga as their favorite place to stretch and relax. The local yoga studio offers three Boulder locations, classes for beginners and upper levels, teacher training, and special programs and retreats.
Core Power Yoga also features specialty yoga classes like hot fusion and yoga sculpting.
1750 29th St.
BEST NATURAL FOODS STORE
Whole Foods Market
2905 Pearl St.
Whole Foods was once again voted the number one natural foods store in Boulder.
That's because locals like to shop for the beautifully displayed fresh produce, baked goods, natural frozen foods and deli products at the Pearl Street store.
The store's had a complete makeover this spring, and now offers a larger area for buying pizza, sandwiches, hot meals and more. Whole Foods also expanded its outdoor dining area.
Whole Foods also offers a wide variety of special store events and tasting fairs at its Pearl Street location.
2525 Arapahoe Ave.
BEST MASSAGE CLINIC
1650 28th St.
Boulderites head over to Massage Envy when they want to relax and get a good massage.
The clinic offers Trigger Point Therapy, Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sports, and several other forms of relaxing massage therapies.
Massage Envy also features flexible scheduling and tailors every session to the customer's needs.
1100 Spruce St.
BEST VETERINARY CLINIC
Alpine Hospital for Animals
3210 Valmont Ave.
Locals consider pets to be part of the family, so they look for top-rate care for their animals.
Alpine Hospital was voted as the top Boulder veterinary clinic. The facility operates as a full-service hospital that's dedicated to small animal care.
The clinic offers exams, labwork, surgery, dentistry, acupuncture, laser therapy and other alternative therapies for your pet.
Humans should have it this good.
Boulder Humane Society
2323 55th St.
7275 Valmont Rd.
Boulder pets are pampered pets, so locals make sure to give their animals the best care they can find.
Locals like Cottonwood Kennels, because the boarding and grooming facility offers lots of tender loving care.
Pets are allowed to play in a safe environment, they have plenty of activities, owners can call in to find out how their pets doing -- and there's a real pet and person connection.
1850 30th St.
1327 Spruce St.
Boulderites head to Top Shelf when they're looking for a favorite medical marijuana dispensary.
The downtown location offers rare medical marijuana strains, a wide menu of herbs and a caregiver program. Seriously, check out their menu online -- Blacktooth Grin, Banana Kush, Chem Dawg and edibles like breakfast burritos, cannabum krispy mallow bars and pumpkin pie slices.
150 N. Jefferson, Nederland
CU Program Council
Located in CU's University Memorial Center
The CU Program Council is the campus group responsible for putting on concerts and special events. The student-run group works its tail off to bring CU the coolest concerts, movies and special events.
The Program Council hosts everything from WelcomeFest on Farrand Field -- with acts like Chiddy Bang and Girl Talk -- to shows at the Mary Rippon Theatre, Macky Auditorium and Club 156.
PC always brings fresh new talent to campus and provides entertainment on a regular basis.
Left Right Tim Comedy Troupe
On the Hill in Boulder. Sometimes.
Boulderites love their quirky population, so it's not much of a surprise that locals picked local character Fletcher as the favorite local celebrity.
This dude often hangs out on the Hill and is known for wearing a New York Rangers jersey with his name on the back -- and for his, uh, colorful antics.
Consider these gems collected from another Hill icon: "He's the guy standing on the periphery of your conversation on the Hill that you don't want to join in the conversation, and who does," and, "He clearly seems harmful but is only harmful to himself, it appears."
In a way, it's hard to imagine the Hill without him. In another way, we're pretty sure some business owners do it every day.
Jeff Brinkman, musician
Ryan Van Duzer, local adventurer
BEST MARTIAL ARTS STUDIO
Tran's Martial Arts
3101 28th St.
Martial arts builds confidence and self-defense skills, and locals picked Trans Martial Arts as their favorite Boulder studio.
The studio offers classes in Muay Kickboxing for adults and kids, one-on-one training, fitness bootcamps and group fitness programs.
Tran's Martial Arts' motto is work hard, feel good and challenge yourself.
Way of the Crane
1925 55th St.