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Thursday, June 16,2011

Take control of your health

If you want to get healthy, kick these common habits

By Kaely Moore
Like most paths in life, the road to living a healthy lifestyle is not always clear of obstacles. Habits, routines and dependencies can hold people back from truly doing things for themselves and living sustainably.
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Thursday, April 21,2011

The return of Alfalfa's

By Kaely Moore
Fifteen years after the acquisition, Retzloff and In an effort to maintain a sustainable philosophy, his partners Barney Feinblum, Hugo van Seenus and the market has incorporated more than 8,000 linear Jimmy Searcy have restored the Alfalfa's name...
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Thursday, April 7,2011

Oak at Fourteenth keeps busy after fire

By Kaely Moore
Oak had only opened about four months prior. Redzikowski and his partners, Bryan Dayton and Annie Polk, worked on a large part of the development of the restaurant themselves. He had been looking forward to preparing a whole fresh pig that had come in that morning for a pig roast the following weekend.
Thursday, March 31,2011

What's the matter at the Conference on World Affairs?

By Kaely Moore
The CWA, a free event funded by donations, is open to the public. Founded in 1948, the conference originated as a forum for discussing international affairs. It has since expanded to include panels on music, science, spirituality and a wide variety of other topics.
Thursday, March 24,2011

Old age, infirmities don't have to deter gardeners

By Kaely Moore
As winter gives way to warmer weather, gardeners across the city are sprouting up alongside their tulips and daffodils to get a head start on the upcoming growing season.
Thursday, March 24,2011

Local, organic cooking made simple

Classes teach how to turn local bounty into delicious meals

By Kaely Moore
Boulderites are discovering a world of new recipe ideas and cooking methods at Simple Spoon Cooking Classes, which emphasize sustainability by using a variety of local and organic products.
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Thursday, March 17,2011

Frozen yogurt trend descends on Boulder

By Kaely Moore
Ripple isn't the first of its kind, and it won't be the last in Boulder. In a trend that seems to be sweeping in from the West Coast, self-serve frozen yogurt joints are gradually popping up around the city.
Thursday, March 17,2011

BW, Eco-Cycle launch new awards, party

By Kaely Moore
The winners (and their categories) are: Namast%u9813olar (Innovations in Business), County Commissioner Will Toor (Public Service), Citizens for Boulder's Clean Energy Future (Activism), the Boulder County Farmers' Markets (Nurturing Community) and the four founding schools in Eco- Cycle's Green Star Schools program (Sustainability).
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Thursday, March 3,2011

What's the beef?

By Kaely Moore
Paul Gingerich, meat and seafood director for the Boulder Alfalfa's Market due to open in April, compares the flavor contrasts of grass-fed beef to those of wine. The taste can vary depending on several factors, such as the location of the pasture and the time of year.
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Thursday, February 17,2011

End of an era

Juanita’s closing is part of Boulder’s evolving culinary identity

By Kaely Moore
According to current general manager Ed Bigg, the restaurant was busy from the get-go. Boulderites latched on to the casual style of the little Mexican joint, sipping margaritas in the Red Room lounge and digging into a wide selection of TexMex specialties.
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