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Meininger Art Supply closing as CU Boulder moves to buy Broadway building

Meininger Art Supply on the Hill closed its doors Thursday as the University of Colorado moves to buy the Broadway building where it is housed. The sprawling art supply store is one of four tenants at 1135 Broadway, and its owners made the decision to leave Boulder as their lease there expires. Full Story
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Meininger Art Supply closing as CU Boulder moves to buy Broadway building

Meininger Art Supply on the Hill closed its doors Thursday as the University of Colorado moves to buy the Broadway building where it is housed. The sprawling art supply store is one of four tenants at 1135 Broadway, and its owners made the decision to leave Boulder as their lease there expires. Full Story
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Absolute Vinyl hopes to find groove in Longmont

Shop is city's second old-school record store
An oversized cut out of "Aladdin Sane"-era David Bowie peaked out from behind a dozen or so boxes of vinyl records marked "Bluegrass, Country & Americana. Ambient & Electronic and Hip Hop A-K" inside a downtown Longmont storefront Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Bowie awaited his place on the walls inside Doug Gaddy's most recent incarnation of Absolute Vinyl Records & Stereo, opening a mere eight months after he shuttered his Boulder location that served vinyl fans for nearly a decade. Full Story
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Hiatus gives CU Buffs basketball chance to turn around 3-point slump

Coach Tad Boyle's club resumes workouts Friday
After taking a few days off following Tuesday's dramatic comeback win at New Mexico, the Colorado men's basketball team will reconvene Friday to begin preparations for the Diamond Head Classic next week in Hawaii. Full Story
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BIFF expands across Front Range, announces first film, 'Weight of Water'

Boulder International Film Festival fans out to Fort Collins
Not but a decade and a half ago, the Boulder International Film Festival was the young film festival that could. As it turns 15, the seasoned and prestigious affair that draws filmmakers, musicians and renowned actors, takes over the Front Range with a first-ever expansion to Fort Collins, in addition to screenings in Longmont and Boulder. Full Story
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Boulder scientists tie uneven sea level rise to climate change

Boulder scientists have teamed on a study which shows that uneven sea level rise over the past 25 years, including higher than average increases in places such as the United States' Eastern Seaboard and the Gulf of Mexico, are partly the result of climate change and that it can be expected to intensify with future warming of the planet. Full Story
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Review: Longmont's Martinis Bistro offers elevated experience

Steak tartare and Wagyu flat iron steak two high points at cozy retro eatery in Longmont
Longmont's Martinis Bistro offers up classic cocktails accompanied by straightforward favorites like steaks, seafood and pasta; the menu spotlights the restaurant's namesake libation, as well as American fare standbys as filet mignon, surf and turf and shellfish linguine. Full Story
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Are car keys a thing of the past?

The furor over General Motors' deadly ignition switch has the potential to doom the car key, a technology drivers have been using for 65 years. Full Story
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College footballCU football: Buffs reeling from first blowout loss

Turnovers, sacks allowed pile up in defeats

After many of Colorado's Pac-12 losses over the years, there was a helpless feeling coming from the Buffaloes.

 
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Second Story Garage: Gasoline Lollipops

The Boulder alt-country band gives its EPs names such as Death and Resurrection, and its songs bear the mark of hard truths and sin. But the punk energy behind the playing, and the sense that it's all in good fun, make it OK to dance to a song like "Death." Full Story
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Nate Lord says race organizers expect around 60 athletes to compete in the three-day event, which includes slalom, wildwater and freestyle disciplines.   Full Story
 
DEAN: Graduation and the millennial takeover
Hello there, fellow millennials, and congrats on graduating college. It's a wonder you could accomplish this, but it's a good thing you did. Full Story

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The story of Creative Management Innovations begins as a bromance.   Full Story
 
 
 
 
Updated: May 10, 2013 11:13:10 AM MDT
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PaddlingLyons whitewater race draws Colorado paddlers

Rocky Mountain Whitewater Championships showcase Olympic sport slalom
Nate Lord says race organizers expect around 60 athletes to compete in the three-day event, which includes slalom, wildwater and freestyle disciplines. Full Story
Updated: May 10, 2013 11:13:10 AM MDT
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PaddlingLyons whitewater race draws Colorado paddlers

Rocky Mountain Whitewater Championships showcase Olympic sport slalom
Nate Lord says race organizers expect around 60 athletes to compete in the three-day event, which includes slalom, wildwater and freestyle disciplines. Full Story
Updated: May 10, 2013 11:13:10 AM MDT
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PaddlingLyons whitewater race draws Colorado paddlers

Rocky Mountain Whitewater Championships showcase Olympic sport slalom
Nate Lord says race organizers expect around 60 athletes to compete in the three-day event, which includes slalom, wildwater and freestyle disciplines. Full Story