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Wednesday, November 21,2012

Black Friday shopping schedule

By Steve Weishampel
Many stores in Boulder County will be opening early on Thanksgiving and on the days that follow.
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Wednesday, November 7,2012

Despondence, anger at Colorado GOP election watch party

By Steve Weishampel
The place had pretty well cleared out by the time Kay told me, “Obama is the Anti-Christ.”
Friday, October 26,2012

Have a quieter white winter

Try snowshoeing, cross country skiing to cut the crowds and noise from winter sports

By Steve Weishampel
If the lyrics to “Silent Night” are to be believed, winter is a time when “all is calm.” But try telling that to someone at one of Colorado’s ski resorts.
Thursday, October 18,2012

Jessica Ridgeway: Making sense of Jessica’s tragedy

By Steve Weishampel
This package is intended to provide readers with a comprehensive understanding of Jessica’s case, including incidents that could be related, statistics on child abductions and the possible psychology of her killer.
Monday, October 15,2012

Arapahoe Basin to open Wednesday for 2012-13 ski season

By Steve Weishampel
Arapahoe Basin is this year's winner.
Friday, October 12,2012

For Brother Ali, it's time to occupy

By Steve Weishampel
Brother Ali really didn’t need any more political cred, but he got it anyway.
Tuesday, September 25,2012

Doing the splits

For local businesses, ‘split incentive’ sometimes halts energy efficiency

By Steve Weishampel
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?
Wednesday, September 19,2012

Odell's latest, a black IPA, balances out the bite

By Steve Weishampel
Twitter begging: It's not just for celebrity retweets on your birthday any more.
Thursday, September 6,2012

Boulder ‘does not plan’ to settle with Seth Brigham

By Steve Weishampel
Seth Brigham, whose outbursts punctuate many a Boulder City Council meeting, may soon be addressing city council members as “defendants — and Lisa Morzel.”
Thursday, April 26,2012

Dreams of free meals

Boulder’s food bloggers post for passion, not profit

By Steve Weishampel
It isn’t tough to spot the food writers at Brasserie Ten Ten on a sunny Sunday. Buddy Thomas’ professional Nikon sits on the table, ready to snap oysters, mussels and whatever brunch is going to be. And Thomas and fellow blogger Paul McCullough both sport homemade T-shirts with BoulderFoodBlog.