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Thursday, April 28,2011

Best of Boulder County 2011 - Fitness/Health

By Boulder Weekly Staff
Think about most of the doctors you’ve been to over the years. How many were more than 60 years old? How many were in awesome shape? And how many were both? Unless you’ve been to see Dr. Charley Cropley lately, we’re guessing the answer to that last one is “zero.”
Thursday, April 28,2011

Best of Boulder County 2011 - Entertainment

By Boulder Weekly Staff
The Oxford Concise Dictionary of Music broadly dates classical music from the 11th century through present times. We haven’t done the exact math, but that’s a longer track record than just about every other genre of music we can think of — combined. Some musicians chase the latest trends and fads, like electronica, dub step, drone, 8-bit and trance, to keep their sound fresh.
Thursday, April 28,2011

Best of Boulder County 2011 - Drinks

By Boulder Weekly Staff
According to ancient legend, chai tea was first brewed as a healing elixir by a king in the courts of India and later became frequently used in the tradition of “ayurveda” alternative medicine in the East. But now, chai tea is as common as a Subaru on the streets of Boulder: Every college hipster and aging hippie is familiar with the drink.
Thursday, April 28,2011

Best of Boulder County 2011 - Food

By Boulder Weekly Staff
It’s fun to speak rapidly when saying you’re going to a tapas bar, because sometimes people think you said “topless bar.” In Sanskrit, the term “tapas” can mean either spiritual suffering or spiritual ecstasy.
Thursday, April 28,2011

Best of Boulder County 2011

By Boulder Weekly Staff
This year’s Best of Boulder County is our biggest — and most exciting — ever! And it’s no wonder. Boulder County residents came out in force this year to support their favorite restaurants, businesses, performers and more. With the biggest voter turnout in Boulder Weekly history, it’s clear readers take this contest seriously. But with so much interest in the contest, we’re often asked, “How does voting work?” and “Where can I get a ballot?” and “Why did you leave out the BEST sandwich shop in town?”
Wednesday, April 27,2011

Best of Boulder 2011 County - Retail (continued)

By Boulder Weekly Staff
TIRE SHOPDiscount Tire 3215 28th St., 303-440-6811Runner-up: Barnsley Tire Co IncIn Colorado, buying tires can be as important as buying the car itself. Most residents have had the frightening experie
Wednesday, April 27,2011

Best of Boulder 2011 County - Retail

By Boulder Weekly Staff
We all know cycling is next to godliness, and EcoPasses are the coolest badges you can flash after a CIA ID card. But this is America — huge, sprawling America. And as hard as it is to admit, our public transit systems aren’t quite up to snuff yet.
Thursday, April 29,2010

Best of Boulder 2010: Retail

In Boulder, buying a car is the third biggest investment you can make, after your home and your Roubaix SL2 Saxo road bike. And that car will probably end up having to carry around Investment No. 2, so you'd better make sure it's a good one. So when it's time to pick out a new bicycle transporter, pedal on over to Blue Spruce Auto Sales.
Thursday, April 29,2010

Best of Boulder 2010: Fitness & Health

Got a joint? Of course you do more than 300 of them. Don't worry though, you're not in danger of being nabbed for possession. We're talking about the joints in your body, and more specifically the ones in your spine.
Thursday, April 29,2010

Best of Boulder 2010: Entertainment

Ok, let's face it. In this economy, one of the first things that people cut down on is the discretionary money for the arts. But that is one of the most important things to invest in to keep a place like Boulder County the vibrant, cultural mecca that it is.
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