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Sieh columnBoulder at Night: It's still spring break, party on

Don't freak out about finals yet, go kiss a random person or something
I don't think I've ever had a spring break before. And if I have, I can't remember a damn thing about it. Am I that old? Has my beer love popped those memories for good? Did I squander my youth being responsible and G-rated? Full Story
CU & BOULDER
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CU-Boulder taking summer classes, cultural programming to south Denver

CU to offer undergrad classes, MBA program at donated Liniger Building in Parker
The University of Colorado's Boulder campus is taking several core undergraduate courses south of Denver this summer, a move that's expected to help students living in Arapahoe and Douglas counties catch up or get ahead on their degree progress while living at home. Full Story
MUSIC
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Being a mom isn't slowing Ani DeFranco

Iconic feminist singer will play Boulder Theater for two nights.  Full Story
SPORTS
Clearing up some confusion about CSU and Texas A&M

Why would CU consider playing a different opponent in Denver if CU fans dislike the CSU football game there so much? Full Story
ENTERTAINMENT
(Tobin Voggesser / Special to A&E Spotlight)
Gnarly, dude! Hops and Handrails turns Longmont's Roosevelt Park into terrain park

Now in its third year, Left Hand Brewing's growing event moves into "heart of town." Full Story
OUT THERE
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Dynel Lane charged with unlawful termination of pregnancy, attempted murder in Longmont attack

Coroner: No evidence baby 'exhibited any signs of life outside of the womb'
Saying a coroner's ruling leaves them unable to file a murder charge against the Longmont suspect accused of cutting a fetus from another woman's womb, prosecutors Friday charged Dynel Lane with attempted first-degree murder and unlawful termination of a pregnancy, among other crimes. Full Story
LIFESTYLE
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Erie family has no reservations about saving pups

Local residents, vet support area adoptions
As she cleans the puddle of pee on her living room floor, Erie resident Amy Simms snickers at the high-pitched squeaks coming from the guilty party excitedly wagging its tail behind her. The Erie Middle School teacher can't be mad at the 3-month-old mutt, Bella, for making a mess — she's too cute and accident clean-up has become part of Simms' daily routine. In November, Simms volunteered to coordinate Colorado adoptions for LightShine Canine, a nonprofit that rescues dogs from Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. Nearly 30 puppies have shuffled through Simms' home since the first batch arrived in December, staining the house with messes and memories that linger long after the dogs have left.  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
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Women's basketballCU women's basketball: Linda Lappe sees light at the end of the tunnel

Buffs coach feels she has good reason to be excited for 2015-16
Only 15 months ago, the Colorado women's basketball team was ranked No. 11 in the nation a month into the 2013-14 season, coming off an NCAA tournament appearance the previous year. Full Story
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Second Story Garage: Aspen Hourglass

Most people don't play guitar like Grayson Erhard does. That's because most people can't play guitar like he does. The guitarist for Fort Collins' Aspen Hourglass often uses a difficult two-hands-on-the-fretboard technique that Eddie Van Halen first popularized but which players such as Erhard have developed beyond pop-rock vulgarity.  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