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Thursday, April 21,2011

The elephant in the classroom

Split liberal ticket, outside GOP group help conservatives sweep CU student elections

By Chelsea Long
And while much of their success was due to a splitting of progressive votes and intense campaigning, there were also bigger powers involved. A national organization called the Leadership Institute helped INVEST win the election. It held a workshop to organize and train the young student group, a practice thats beginning to show up across the country.
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Thursday, April 14,2011

Making room for mobile food trucks

By Chelsea Long
'We've been asking the city to allow us to operate, and to let us make friends instead of enemies,' Rossello says. 'I can speak for myself, and a few other food truck owners, and say that I don't want to put my Mexicanfood truck in front of a Mexican restaurant.'
Thursday, April 14,2011

Clean energy for clean water

By Chelsea Long
The 75th Street center, which receives and treats all commercial and industrial waste from the city of Boulder, is equipped to handle up to 25 million gallons of wastewater daily. The actual amount is closer to 15 million gallons, which is treated through physical, microbiological and chemical methods.
Thursday, March 24,2011

Rewarding energy-efficient schools with solar

ReNew Our Schools gives hands-on lessons in renewable energy

By Chelsea Long
ReNew Our Schools, a Center for ReSource Conservation program, is attempting to renew the way it inspires students to be environmentally conscious.
Thursday, March 24,2011

A drink to go with that organic meal

Raise your spirits with sustainable booze

By Chelsea Long
Boulder is a foodie town, and foodies love a nice glass of wine or a tall pint of beer to pair with their meals. But Boulder is also an organic town, too, and now breweries and distilleries are combining the two to craft organic beers, spirits and wines that go perfectly with your local, all-natural meal.
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Thursday, March 10,2011

Locals explore adventures in eating

By Chelsea Long
The founder and organizer of the Denver Adventurous Eaters Club, Emanuel sets up dinners with restaurants and chefs who aren't afraid to eat anything. Their last dinner, at the Sons of Norway Lodge in Denver, was an experience with lutefisk, cod that's cured in lye (the main ingredient in soap) for a few months, until it's got the texture of jelly.
Monday, February 28,2011

Art house briefing

Boedecker Theater kicks off new era of art house cinema in Boulder on Wednesday

By Chelsea Long
Boulder’s newest venue for independent films, The Boedecker Theater, opens Wednesday. The theater, a part of the Dairy Center for the Arts, is also the only art house venue open to a community that has both the artists and the audiences to fill it.
Wednesday, February 2,2011

Overnight temp doesn’t quite break record

By Chelsea Long
Boulder’s -17 F low last night didn’t break any records, but it was close, according to the National Weather Service in Boulder. The previous record was -18 F, says Kyle Frebin, meteorologist with the NWS.
Monday, January 31,2011

Boulder braces for bitter cold

By Chelsea Long
Boulder County is bracing for what could be record-breaking lows this week, according to the National Weather Service in Boulder.
Wednesday, November 24,2010

Vail Resorts digitalizes the mountain with EpicMix

By Chelsea Long
EpicMix, created by Vail Resorts, is an application that seamlessly tracks days on the mountain and vertical feet accumulated over the season, and awards pins for the accomplishments skiers and snowboarders achieve while they're riding. It debuted at Keystone Ski Resort on opening day.
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