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Tuesday, September 25,2012

How local can you go?

Local sourcing has limits

By Michael Callahan
The bootstrap-pulling, flannel-wearing, trophy buckle-adorned tales of survival and triumph over the elements are a well-loved part of Americana. So does it matter that the leather to make the boots, fabric to make the shirts and metal to make the buckles don’t come from around here?
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Tuesday, September 25,2012

Satiate hunger with fresh ideas

Farm to table incorporates more than just eating

By Michael Callahan
When the cool Colorado dawn gives way to blazing sunlight, farmers across our state are already hard at work preparing the evening meal.
Thursday, September 20,2012

Free Japan!

Consulate, foundation and IFS team up to showcase Japanese films in Boulder

By Michael Callahan
Movies are a reflection of culture. Be it comedy, survival or everyday angst, Americans find touchstones among the moving pictures we see.
Thursday, September 13,2012

North Mississippi Allstars bridge the divide

Colorado and Mississippi have more in common than you think

By Michael Callahan
Mixing traditional with contemporary, the North Mississippi Allstars not only have a rich musical pedigree to draw upon, but also the wherewithal to know that hard work is necessary for survival.
Thursday, August 23,2012

Why not Niwot?

Craft beer seeps into local community with Bootstrap Brewing

By Michael Callahan
Like a freight train running downhill, the Colorado craft beer scene keeps gaining momentum. And as long as beer lovers continue chugging, our state will keep churning out new places for locals to savor their quaff. It’s time to say hello to one of your newest breweries — Niwot’s Bootstrap Brewing.
Thursday, August 23,2012

Put your heart into it

Could a love of exercise shorten your life?

By Michael Callahan
One question seems to generate different opinions in the medical community: Is there such a thing as too much exercise?
Thursday, August 23,2012

2012 Student Guide | It’s your education, choose wisely

High faculty FCQ scores don’t always translate into winning instruction

By Michael Callahan
Amidst all of CU Boulder's diversity, from accounting to Yiddish, there is one constant: the Faculty Course Questionnaire, otherwise known as the FCQ.
Thursday, August 16,2012

Wake up and smell the coffee

Caffiene Crawl provides a pick-me-up on Boulders Pearl Street Sept. 8

By Michael Callahan
Safer than a pub crawl and more energetic than a wine tasting, next month Boulder will play host to an event sure to generate plenty of buzz among those in attendance. Just don’t plan on taking a nap afterwards.
Thursday, August 9,2012

No brown-bagging

Belly up to the bar and buffet your hunger pangs

By Michael Callahan
The best nutritional advice continues to advocate the importance of eating breakfast. Yet when the alarm clock goes off and we set about our work or exercise, it becomes easy to forget feeding the body. For Boulder residents peckish after a morning of activity on an empty stomach, there are plenty of options to fill up your energy reserves without starving your budget.
Thursday, August 2,2012

Birds of a feather

Aerial artists flock to Boulder

By Michael Callahan
Boulderites love to exert themselves, and we appreciate the dedication it takes to become a world-class talent at something. So it should come as no surprise that Boulder is practically ground zero for an activity that combines the strength of a rock climber with the grace of gymnast.