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Thursday, April 17,2014

World Beer Cup winners...

By Josh Gross
In last week’s column, we told you about some of the local entries in the World Beer Cup, which was held last week in Denver. How did the home team do at the big game? Sixteen Colorado breweries took home awards in the 94 categories, including three in Boulder County.
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Thursday, April 17,2014

Won’t you be my neighbor?

The Kitchen Next Door

By Josh Gross
It’s comfort food that breaks neither the bank nor the belt, and that proves a point I’ve long argued for as a food writer: fine food doesn’t require fine dining. You should be able to get a great meal at a decent price in jeans. The Kitchen Next Door shows there’s no reason you can’t afford — or be let in the door — for a good meal.
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Thursday, April 10,2014

Authentic Mexican Snickers bars

Mamacita’s goes beyond burritos

By Josh Gross
But a big part of that melting pot being in America is, of course, the need for there to be a giant, hideous television screen every single place you look.
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Thursday, April 3,2014

Chicken a la antlers

Posting up at The Post Brewing Co.

By Josh Gross
The Sunday brunch menu has a few crossover items from the chicken-centric dinner menu, but focuses more on traditional breakfast items like roast beef hash ($11) and a delicious-sounding egg-battered slab of Texas toast dressed up in bourbon apples ($9).
Thursday, April 3,2014

A&E at CWA

World affairs to be conferenced includes no shortage of arts topics

By Josh Gross
Since it was founded in 1948, University of Colorado Boulder’s annual Conference on World Affairs has kept on keeping on with its half-spontaneous intellectual mashup format. The changes it has seen have come primarily in expanding to topics less worldly in their affairyness.
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Thursday, March 27,2014

Barbecue-topia at KT’s Hickory Pit

By Josh Gross
There are four KT’s locations. The East Boulder spot I visited is a converted house on 74th and Arapahoe, decorated with Elvis memorabilia, including a copy of the only cookbook this reporter owns hanging on the wall, Are You Hungry Tonight?: Elvis’s Favorite Recipes.
Thursday, March 27,2014

listen up! | Week of March 27, 2014

By Josh Gross
The lo-fi, ’70s-influenced rock’n’roll of Moistboyz is noteworthy in its own right. Tracks like “Paperboy,” and “1.0 (Fuck No)” effectively ape the gritty proto-punk style pioneered by Iggy Pop.
Thursday, March 27,2014

The new moral crusade

Boulder declares war on local bars

By Josh Gross
For months now, Boulder, a town internationally renowned for its craft beer and with a high college population, has been quietly suffering a bureaucratic war on alcohol, and local bar owners are increasingly aware of their status as cannon fodder.
Thursday, March 20,2014

Colorado Craft Beer Week

By Josh Gross
The real, honest, fo’ realsies, no fooling, super-special one and only official Colorado Craft Beer Week runs Friday, March 21, through Saturday, March 29, and it’s packed to the beer-breathing gills with craft-brewed events for you to woot about from atop the most conveniently located 14er.
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Thursday, March 20,2014

Pica’s Taqueria

By Josh Gross
Co-worker David Accomazzo was blunt in what to expect from Pica’s Taqueria: “hipster tacos,” he said.
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