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Thursday, August 1,2013

The taco, revisited

Chefs put new twists on a classic

By Joseph Wirth
The taco has deep, traditional roots that go back as early as 18th-century Mexico, and still today those same flavors can be found at traditional Mexican restaurants across the United States and in Boulder County.
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Thursday, July 25,2013

RockyGrass returns to Lyons

Festival brings the essence of bluegrass

By Joseph Wirth
Traditional bluegrass does not include any kind of electronic components or a modern-day drum kit, but its history throughout the United States and its improvisational nature has proven time and time again that bluegrass is one of the most complicated genres to perform.
Thursday, June 20,2013

Straight to the point

Dry needling practitioners and acupuncturists dispute the crossover in techniques, disparities in training

By Joseph Wirth
Dry needling mixes acupuncture and modern medicine, says Dr. Yun-tao Ma, a North Boulder resident, the founder of and teacher at the American Dry Needling Institute and author of several books on dry needling and acupuncture.
Thursday, June 13,2013

Cheating Mother Nature

Is Soylent the real deal for a liquid meal?

By Joseph Wirth
When Rob Rhinehart was living in San Francisco taking a start-up funding course in the summer of 2012, he noticed a startling economic segregation in the progressive city’s food culture. As he explored the hills and crannies of San Francisco he kept noticing that more affluent people in the Bay area were clearly healthier than poorer people, and he decided he wanted to do something about the high cost of staying healthy.
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Thursday, June 6,2013

Maintaining innovation

After 15 years, Umphrey’s McGee keeps it fresh

By Joseph Wirth
One fun thing that people probably don’t know is that we have a fantasy football league together with the band and crew members, so once fall comes around there’s definitely an uptick in the amount of shit talking that happens, which is always a lot of fun.
Thursday, June 6,2013

A local l’chaim

Boulder Jewish Festival returns bigger than in previous years

By Joseph Wirth
Have no fear from a lack of corned beef, beef lovers, because the Boulder Jewish Festival is here on June 9, offering live music, traditional Jewish food and art, and an all-day celebration at the Boulder Courthouse lawn and Pearl Street Mall in honor of the thriving Jewish community in Boulder and the entire city.
Thursday, May 23,2013

Up-Hill battle

NoEntiendo faces obstacles in replacing K’s China

By Joseph Wirth
K’s China, a lightning rod for controversy with the Boulder police and the city council for years, has closed its doors, its owner citing the city’s scrutiny. Now, the “problem” business is looking to change its image as NoEntiendo, a South American restaurant that aims to be a more mature business, although the new owner says the pressure continues.
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