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Thursday, September 26,2013

Edible education

Unraveling some of the mysteries of digestive health

By Meredith J. Graham
Ever feel bloated or gassy after eating? Maybe you have unexplained fatigue or muscle aches? The cure to what ails you might be as simple as taking a closer look inside your refrigerator.
Thursday, September 26,2013

Boulder’s digital capital

Small business owners work to stake their claim

By Zak Weinberg
Boulder is a mecca for digital competency among businesses. But it’s thanks to the collective digital savvy of small- and medium-sized business owners, not the online giants, that Google awarded the city of Boulder the digital capital of Colorado last month.
Thursday, September 26,2013

Natural foods riding a boom

Offer from Canadian company emphasizes Boulder’s status as hotbed

By Steve Weishampel
Even though the cold weather is here, those of us without air conditioning still might object to the meaning of the term “hotbed.” A hot bed is not a good thing.
Thursday, September 26,2013

Superefficient housing competition

University groups involved in quest for sustainable low-income housing

By Camilla Sterne
When the real estate market reached its lowest point in decades four years ago, the Denver Housing Authority was faced with a dilemma. What would it do with the parcels of land throughout Denver where development would have to be postponed until the market improved?
Thursday, September 26,2013

Ahead of the game

Simple Energy makes reducing energy use a win

By Christi Turner
The figurative rules of the game have changed for America’s electric utilities. Gone are the days of simply providing cheap, reliable energy to the masses; under the new rules, they are tasked with persuading their customers to use their energy more efficiently as well, and it is a task they struggle to perform.
Thursday, September 26,2013

Organic online

Online food delivery is another option for health-conscious and environmentally savvy Boulderites

By S.K. Lang
For organic-crazed customers with too many groceries to walk or ride, driving has been the obvious third option. But still another resource has become available in the digital age for customers with limited time or mobility: organic online groceries.
Thursday, September 26,2013

A cinematic feast

IFS' Food Film Festival aims for your stomach

By David Accomazzo
For Julia Joun, technical writer by day and International Film Series (IFS) super-volunteer by night, food and film have long been major parts of her life.
Thursday, September 26,2013

Hunting for more meaningful meat

Sustainable beef industry runs up against few definitions, variable solutions

By Zak Weinberg
When people look to make food choices that lower their personal carbon footprint, meat and its viability as a sustainable diet choice often take center stage.
Thursday, September 26,2013

Shifting seasons

Tips on preparing your garden for winter — and the next bumper crop

By Jefferson Dodge
As fall harvests wind down, some backyard gardeners may think the work is at an end. But local agricultural experts agree that there are several steps that should be taken to make next year’s growing season even more bountiful. Or even prolong the current yield.
Thursday, September 26,2013

The new environmental frontier

Local author argues for viewing climate change from a business perspective

By Elizabeth Miller
In Thomas Stoner's book Small Change, Big Gains: Reflections of an Energy Entrepreneur he makes a case for taking the environmental movement to the free market.