(David R. Jennings / Colorado Daily file)
Boulder at NightWeekend in Boulder: Not Black Friday, Beer Friday

And Saturday, and Sunday, and... you get the point
11/27/2014 04:12 PM MST
(Editors note: Sorry in advance for all the beer. Our columnist foolishly completed an organic cleanse this week and is craving empty calories soaked in hops and smothered in queso. 
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Boulder Café closing in June after more than 2 decades on Pearl Street Mall
11/26/2014 08:46 PM MST - Boulder Café, long known around town for its extended happy hour — 3 p.m. to close, every day of the week — will shutter its doors in June after more than two decades on the Pearl Street Mall. Full Story

Weekend in Boulder: Football and beer
11/20/2014 07:58 PM MST - For the first time since college, my friend and I made it to a football game at our alma mater. But instead of pre-gaming with Bud Lights like we used to, we took advantage of the beauty that is Colorado's craft-brew scene. Full Story

Snarfburger is a throwback — especially the bill
11/14/2014 10:41 AM MST - Snarfburger's chief virtue is bang for the buck. Items such as the grilled cheese are among some of the most affordable around, and the quality is as good as it gets for the price. While this might seem like condemning with faint praise, there's a lot to be said for a cheap spot that dishes out a tried and true menu. Full Story

Mamacita's to close after 21 years on Boulder's University Hill
11/18/2014 05:51 PM MST - Mamacita's Restaurante y Cantina, a local haunt in Boulder's University Hill district, will close this week after more than 20 years in business, and a Latin-inspired eatery will open next year in its place, according to the owners. Full Story

Colorado marijuana edibles rules group adjourns without a decision
11/18/2014 12:28 AM MST - Colorado's first attempt at better regulating marijuana edible products ended in discord Monday, when a working group on the issue adjourned without reaching a consensus. Full Story

Women make up 34 percent of Boulder County brewery employees, with growth expected
11/16/2014 06:56 PM MST - Beer has traditionally been a man's world, with men dominating the consumer and employment side of the industry.  Full Story

'Roadhouse' coming to historic Boulder depot
11/16/2014 09:35 AM MST - The operators of Denver restaurants such as Spanky's Urban Roadhouse, the Dusty Boot and Reiver's Bar and Grill have signed a lease to operate a restaurant in the historic train depot at Boulder Junction. Full Story

Learn to pair craft brews with desserts (especially chocolate)
11/07/2014 01:10 PM MST - Listening to beer expert Jeff Mendel and chocolatier Sarah Amorese talk about their crafts is like attending a favorite symphony in the company of a talented composer. Although you have an idea what to expect, their passion and expertise bring a depth and richness that enlivens the whole experience. Full Story

Weekend in Boulder: It's Upslope's birthday
11/06/2014 08:49 PM MST - Saturday, Upslope (1898 S. Flatiron Court) is hosting an anniversary party from 2 to 8 p.m. so packed with delicious pints that you won't know where to start. There will be vintage favorites on tap, as well as collaboration brews and all the core classics we love to sip. Full Story

College footballCU football: Elusive win on Buffs' wish list

Last chance for Pac-12 victory comes against Utah
The BlitzKickoff: 11:07 a.m. Saturday, Folsom Field (50, 475). Television: Pac-12 Networks with Kevin Calabro (play-by-play), Yogi Roth (analyst) and Guy Haberman (sidelines). Full Story
College footballCU football: Elusive win on Buffs' wish list

Last chance for Pac-12 victory comes against Utah
The BlitzKickoff: 11:07 a.m. Saturday, Folsom Field (50, 475). Television: Pac-12 Networks with Kevin Calabro (play-by-play), Yogi Roth (analyst) and Guy Haberman (sidelines). Full Story
( Paul Aiken / Daily Camera )
Second Story Garage special: Nick Moss Band pays homage to Ferguson

We offer you the Nick Moss Band's powerful song "Shade Tree," which was inspired by the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., but took on much more meaning with this week's announcement that Darren Wilson, the police officer who killed Brown, would not be indicted. Full Story