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Teatime

Fifteenth annual Rocky Mountain Tea Festival aims to explain all the tea in China

By Maalikah Hartley

The first tea fest put on 15 years ago by Martinelli and his wife Sara was meant to bring a higher awareness of international tea culture to Boulder. Industry leaders came out to teach workshops and hold tea tastings for customers interested in premium, loose leaf tea, and the event had such a gratifying outcome that it expand-.

 
 
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Searching for tortilla-shod greatness at CyclHOPS Bike CANtina

By Josh Gross

While CyclHOPS vending tacos and bikes from one shop fronted with bike tools to aid commuters is an idea that deserves some sort of Nobel Prize, it also seemed slightly ironic that the location was on the sort of semi-rural drag strip of a street cyclists tend to avoid for fear of losing one of their three dimensions.

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