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Thursday, October 16,2014

Tidbites | Week of Oct. 16, 2014

By Josh Gross
Red Bull owes you a Red Bull, McDonalds hires a mythbuster and Motomaki opens.
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Thursday, October 16,2014

Parking your butt

Staying in one place serves Verde well

By Josh Gross
The Mexican street corn on the appetizer menu is worth a trip to Verde all by itself.
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Thursday, October 9,2014

Baked on a budget

Michael’s Bavarian Bakery delivers the sweets on the cheap

By Josh Gross
The bratwurst special ($9.95) this reporter ordered had a strong, smoky flavor and a pleasantly firm texture for a brat. My server said that the sausages are currently made by friends of the owner, but that it is their ultimate goal to make them in-house.
Thursday, October 9,2014

Roots revival

Jerry Douglas wants to help kids put down the iPod and pick up the banjo

By Josh Gross
At age 58, dobro wizard Jerry Douglas has played on more albums than most people own. The number stands north of 1,600 and counting, having backed up everyone from Ray Charles to Eric Clapton to Dolly Parton to Elvis Costello. And that’s in addition to his 13 solo albums and membership in Allison Krauss and Union Station and many production credits.
Thursday, October 9,2014

Real Genius

Radiolab’s Jad Abumrad wants to let you in on his secret

By Josh Gross
On the surface it might seem like a cop-out answer to a somewhat naļve question. Radio is radio, a format made with smoothvoiced hosts chatting up engaging guests in interviews arranged by producers as bumper music fades in and out. Perhaps it gets thrown to a field reporter now and then.
Thursday, October 2,2014

Chef Che

An artisanal army of food revolutionaries invades Boulder

By Josh Gross
“Food actually leads culture,” said Brito. “What happens with food affects every element with life. The clothes we wear. The houses we build. The things we fill those houses with. The things we use to clean those houses. How we move around in life. Food really does mean more than food.”
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Thursday, October 2,2014

Roadside romance

Marco’s Hot Dogs channels the feel of LA street food

By Josh Gross
When I went to school in Los Angeles, nearly a third of my meals were eaten at Cactus Taqueria, a tiny orange shack outside my apartment near Vine and Melrose. It had enough exhaust from passing traffic to function as a smokehouse, no shade, no seating, no bathroom, no ambiance and little else amenity-wise.
Thursday, October 2,2014

Nemisi

Boulder’s Public Art Selection Committee faces the post-YES! public

By Josh Gross
We made a commitment to the community to have a series of discussions about public art,” Matt Chasansky, manager for the City of Boulder’s Office of Arts and Cultural Services, told the audience in the Canyon Theater on Sept. 29. “So we’re here to make good on that.
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Thursday, September 25,2014

If it ain’t broke

Turley’s Kitchen tweaks American food instead of fixing it

By Josh Gross
In many ways, Boulder’s restaurant culture, with its focus on local, organic and high-quality ingredients and preparation, serves as a model for what the rest of the country could be doing to help Americans eat better.
Thursday, September 25,2014

Breakneck blues

George Thorogood is definitely not slowing down with age

By Josh Gross
The Beatles did what they do, Dylan did what he does, and the rest of us had to play the blues,” George Thorogood says of the barreling Chicago-style electric blues he has specialized in for 40 years now.
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