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College footballCU football: Leavitt demanding more from defense

New coordinator pushes Buffs to work, play at level he expects
Jim Leavitt has discovered this much about his new defense at Colorado: He has some talent with which to work, but his players need to put it in another gear. Full Story
CU & BOULDER
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Up to 4 inches of snow possible in Boulder as new storm moves Tuesday

Boulder just endured its second-snowiest month in its recorded history, but forecasters say that doesn't necessarily mean the city is in for a snowier-than-normal March. Full Story
MUSIC
(Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer)
Second Story Garage: Bradford Lee Folk and the Bluegrass Playboys

There aren't many farmers left in the country, let alone bluegrass musicians who are actually farmers. But Bradford Lee Folk has always been the real deal. Full Story
SPORTS
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College basketballCU men's basketball: Remi Marder fits in with Buffs

CU's only female manager holding her own
Before every Colorado men's basketball practice, Remi Marder hauls equipment out to the court. When practice is over, she then hauls it all back into storage. Full Story
ENTERTAINMENT
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CU Art Museum lands rare Shakespeare collection

The CU Art Museum will become home to one of the world's literary treasures for a short time in 2016 as one of the stops on the Shakespeare First Folio Tour. Full Story
OUT THERE
U.S. Forest service planning slash pile burns today in Lefthand area

The U.S. Forest Service will be conducting slash pile burns today in the Lefthand Canyon area to take advantage of the cold temperatures and snow on the ground. Full Story
LIFESTYLE
I'm Not ThereFritz column: Thank you

Fritz gives some lovin' for her Colorado Press Association award
Two weeks ago, my column won first place at the Colorado Press Association Awards for humorous writing. I've been told to address that here, so I'm sharing a speech I gave the other night; I don't know how else to approach this without feeling like a braggart. I want to give shout outs to my editors, Barge, Glasgow, Seabass, Burdick, Fields, Fantzy, Quan and Moose, who've helped me in ways I doubt I could ever sufficiently put into words, as well as two readers who came out of the woodwork to encourage me, Dave Blaida and Shannon Stoddard. And then of course my friends and all you badass readers. Full Story
MAGAZINES
Best of Boulder
CU & Boulder's Best 2014

CU and Boulder's Best 2014, your picks for the best eats, drinks, retail, services, health and fitness. Full Story
(Adam Berry)
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
(Mark Leffingwell / Staff Photographer)
College footballCU football: Leavitt demanding more from defense

New coordinator pushes Buffs to work, play at level he expects
Jim Leavitt has discovered this much about his new defense at Colorado: He has some talent with which to work, but his players need to put it in another gear. Full Story
(Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer)
Second Story Garage: Bradford Lee Folk and the Bluegrass Playboys

There aren't many farmers left in the country, let alone bluegrass musicians who are actually farmers. But Bradford Lee Folk has always been the real deal. 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