(Jenny Sparks / Loveland Reporter-Herald)
Impale your appetite with SKU Grill's kabobs

This contemporary venue takes an egalitarian approach rather than the old-school exotic route when it comes to kabobs. This eatery's not a formal or even a tiki-themed haven but, rather, a straight-up fast casual spot in a centrally located strip mall in Loveland. Full Story
How to pick out the perfect Christmas tree
Now that Thanksgiving is behind us, it's time to begin the search for a Christmas tree. And our experts have some advice for you. Full Story

Thanksgiving leftovers: Try this spin on a turkey sandwich
After the richness of Thursday, I like my meals on Friday to be brighter and totally different tasting. Thus, the turkey banh mi.  Full Story

Here are some beers to help usher in winter
With just a few weeks left before the winter holiday season, it's just about time to say goodbye to Oktoberfests and pumpkin beers (OK, there's one exception) and welcome the winter warmers and barrel-aged stouts. Full Story

Holiday spirit(s): Beverages to take you through New Year's
Thanksgiving cooking has historically been a time to show off the harvest from your garden and local farms. Using such food brings a kind of multiplier effect, as the vegetables and the turkey were raised with the same gathering in of harmony that you like to bring to your kitchen. When it comes to holiday drinks, it's possible to do the same, especially in Boulder County. Full Story

Boulder youngster swims competitively — despite diabetes
A day after Leo Scribner nearly died, the then-10-year-old Boulder boy set his mind. "We're going to beat this thing," he told his parents. Indeed, six months after his diagnosis, Leo competed in a statewide swimming competition and not only won the 100-meter breaststroke in his age group but set a state record.  Full Story

Workout of the week: Platform
Platform is a new, fast-paced, cardio class that uses the ballet barre (but no dancing) and a 5-inch-tall platform in quick intervals designed to build strength and get the heart rate up. Way, way up. Full Story

Amaryllis plants brighten winter
Are you headed to a Thanksgiving feast and want a gift that will impress the hosting household? Give an amaryllis. Full Story

Your guide to holiday craft fairs in Boulder County
Nature, art, jewelry, clothing, food — it's all available at our local bazaars and craft fairs.  Full Story

Spinster Sisters put new spin on eco-friendly soap, skin care products
Spinster Sisters, now available at Voss Art + Home, is a local soap and skin care line created by Fairview High School grad to to provide an "alternative to the witches' brew of chemicals that many modern skin care products represent."  Full Story

Woman gets wish to dance on Broadway, thanks to Boulder employer
Strength in Members' new program, Dream Grant, gives copywriter Adriana DiFranco a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Full Story

Nixon era reshaped Boulder's politics
Boulder might be known today as a hotbed of liberalism, but it wasn't always that way. For more than a century, the former frontier town actually was quite conservative. And then Richard M. Nixon came along. Full Story

Boulder County entities participate in pot-infused, calming exercise session
Purveyors help support Yoga With a View, a 1½ -hour, cannabis-friendly meditation and yoga session on a November Sunday in the expansive, light-filled barn at Lone Hawk Farm in Longmont. Full Story

Brewery membership has its privileges
Looking for the perfect gift for the beer lover in your life — or even for yourself? Why not consider access to a local brewery's annual membership program? Full Story

Tarting up Thanksgiving
America's traditional harvest table is heavy with mashed potatoes, stuffing and gravy, foods we rarely eat the rest of the year. Full Story

At the Market
Lots of this, please: crunchy, colorful cabbage. Part of the brassica family, cabbage is closely related to broccoli and Brussels sprouts and is rich in vitamins K and C. Full Story

A spare room for gardening
As many empty nesters can appreciate, the departure of our child for his own household left us with a room ripe for repurposing. Full Story

Joke spurs Boulder company to create new women's product
In Skirt Sports' April newsletter, a spoof ad introduced the new Trap Door Skirt, with a picture of two runners waiting in line for an outhouse. "Now you can go anywhere you want," joked the ad, which featured an athletic skirt with a Velcro crotch panel. For quick and easy access, no mooning necessary. The newsletter had one of the highest open rates in Skirt Sports' history. Women clicked on it. They wanted it. Full Story

24 Carrot Bistro pairs local, French flavors
This spot is a fine addition to Erie's culinary landscape, with a warm design scheme and innovative preparations riffing on traditional preparations and featuring top-notch ingredients. A few minor tweaks to the service would round out the experience for the better, and one suspects that is something this bistro will improve over time. Full Story

Nitro beer is emerging as a new craft beer frontier
Pour a Left Hand Nitro Milk Stout, and prepare for a mesmerizing experience. Full Story

(Matt York / Associated Press)
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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(Matt York / Associated Press)
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: Bandits

Boulder is pretty good at producing rock bands, and by "rock," we mean the in-your-face, guitar-heavy, leather-clad variety — you know, the good kind. For a prime example, look no farther than BANDITS. Full Story

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