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healthTabitha Farrar helps tackle eating disorders through meal support

Boulder resident launches service after bout with anorexia
Tabitha Farrar may be the only person fond of slathering mayonnaise on quiche -- partly to make up for 10 years of calories lost during her illness with anorexia and partly to practice enjoying rich foods. Full Story
Boulder and the Beautiful: Statement jewelry
Every day that you walk out the door is a march. How you act tells the world what you stand for, and everything you choose to put on is a sign proclaiming your values, whether your statement is conscious or not. Full Story

Review: Tibet and beyond at Mandala Infusion in Boulder
Impeccable service and an original menu make this relative newcomer worthy of a visit. Full Story

O'Meara: Pruning fruit trees a late winter task
If you've been itching to tidy up your fruit trees, February is an excellent time to get out and lop things. Full Story

Workout: Lower body burn with Colorado Skate Fitness
With Colorado Skate Fitness, the warm-up consisted of "walking" in skates and burpees. You read that right: burpees, in skates. Full Story

Boulder-area therapists, spiritual leaders see Trump-era rise in stress
In a cozy, candlelit room at Cairn Christian Church, a small group of older adults sat together last Wednesday night with their eyes closed, quietly breathing out fear and anxiety while breathing in peace and gentleness. Full Story

Chewy black-and-white cookies fresh-baked with love
Smoke billowed from Rachel Lee's oven not five minutes into her most recent baking adventure with her daughters. Full Story

Workout: AirFIT at Iluminar Aerial in Broomfield
AirFIT is a unique strength-training workout, using aerial silks and rope to build practical strength. Full Story

Grillo: A broken heart is a real medical diagnosis
Broken heart syndrome is an accepted medical diagnosis first described in Japan in 1990 but has only recently been widely recognized.  Full Story

O'Meara: Workshop digs into nature of Colorado environment
If you want success gardening in Colorado, first you have to understand the state's environment. A good place to find that enlightenment is at the annual High Plains Landscape Workshop. Full Story

Indian markets in Boulder a link to faraway home
India Bazaar and India's Grocery in Boulder brim with familiar and unfamiliar elements of Indian cuisine -- frozen dinners, desserts, appetizers, breads and batters, meats, exotic pulses and flours, dry mixes, fresh produce and dairy, and even genuine Indian junk food. Full Story

Review: Jill's Restaurant in Boulder offers a better buffet
Buffets are rare in Boulder, with one notable exception being the St. Julien Hotel & Spa's weekday lunch offering at Jill's Restaurant. Full Story

O'Meara: For lawn recovery, wait for spring
Over the inauguration weekend, many people took time to get out and enjoy the nice weather, strolling around and greeting each other like long lost friends. Full Story

Workout: H2O Run leaves you refreshed
When Colorado Athletic Club told me that the H2O class is held in their outdoor pool, I imagined I would need a wetsuit for the 35 degree weather. I was reassured by the steam rising from the outdoor pool. Full Story

Boulder triathlete Ariana Schiff: If I can, you can
As Ariana Schiff swam in her first triathlon, the people officially keeping an eye on swimmers from a boat peppered her with questions, such as, "Do you want to rest? Do you want to hold onto the boat?" Full Story

Boulder and the Beautiful: The rise of the meggings
It's inevitable, really. Women have been doing it for years. It seems silly that anyone in Boulder ever wore anything else. Spandex should be Boulder's required uniform. Even for men. Full Story

Review: Brazil's national dish, feijoada, done right in Boulder
Feijoada is a black bean and meat stew that likely traces its origins back to ancient Rome. Full Story

Workout: Latin dance-based Zumba Fitness
Zumba is a workout invented by Columbian native Alberto "Beto" Perez in the 1990s. It now boasts over 15 million adherents all over the world. Full Story

O'Meara: Don't miss Landscaping with Colorado Native Plants Conference
Now in its second year, this blockbuster natives event features design, construction and inspiration for your garden.  Full Story

Amateur baker succeeds with foolproof bread recipe
I stopped spending money on commercially baked and sliced bread sold in a plastic sleeve some time last year for three stellar reasons: the aroma of baking bread reminded me of Grandma Mellskog, it tasted better than the standard sandwich bread, and it's inexpensive. 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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