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Hanging out in the kitchen

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Although some might have a bone to pick with Boulder’s claim to “foodiest” city, calling the East End of Pearl Street one of the...

Doing the splits

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As the temperature drops, the renters among us crank the heat and curse the landlord who won’t replace those old, leaky windows. But then, why would he? He doesn’t see a penny of savings off his bill, does he...

2012 Student Guide | Women´s tennis

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FRI, JAN 18-SUN, JAN 20—Long Beach State Invitational at Long Beach, Calif. All day, no team score...

CU Department of Theatre & Dance

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www.cutheatre.org THEATRE...

Space for change: Coworking spaces sustain entrepreneurial community

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Coffee shops have long held the independent worker captive to promises of caffeine-induced productivity and a sense of social interaction, but perhaps fall short of being a sustainable work space. “Coworking” offices are popping up across town as professionals ...

Savage Love

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Q: I’m a 40-year-old female, cis-het. I have very discerning tastes in men, and always end up alone. Any way to be more open...

Community involvement comes naturally in planning green spaces

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Just when you thought Boulder couldn’t get any greener, Boulder Parks and Recreation is planning to do just that...

Tour de brew: Big Choice Brewing

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It’s amazing how music can transport you to a particular time and place in the blink of an eye. A familiar song from days...

2012 Student Guide | Welcome to CU

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And welcome to the sights and sounds of a new school year. The sharpening of pencils — or, more likely, the clicking of laptop keyboards. The printing of schedules and the combing of campus maps, the desperate search for new classrooms amid a sea of new buildings, ...

Eat the competition

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Before you order those frog legs at that high-end restaurant or shell...

We are the Forgotten

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We are the forgotten The people no one will remember The ones people will forget Not exceptional just ordinary We are the majority We will be remembered as a...

Seeing Stan with one’s own eyes

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It all started with a walk. I had arrived in Boulder the night before for my film studies job interview, and my first official engagement, I was told, would be “breakfast with Brakhage.” I can’t say I slept too well. While I knew all about the legend — the shaggy-...