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    Workout: High Fitness, led with can't-stand-still energy

    Class is like a celebration of pure motion
    "I am a naturally hyper, happy person, so I was drawn to teach this class," says Sierra Farmer, who's led High Fitness at One Boulder since February. Full Story
    O'Meara: Buzz about the Colorado Pollinator Highway
    The Colorado Department of transportation is hoping traffic increases along a stretch of I-76 from Arvada to Nebraska. Bumbling, zipping, hovering, and crawling, all types of drivers are welcome on the special roadway CDOT is maintaining to protect our pollinators. Full Story

    Nutrition Talk: Our bittersweet relationship with added sugar
    From the time we are born we crave the taste of sweet foods, and a sweet tooth may have helped our primitive ancestors survive. But modern times have made it much easier to satisfy our sweet tooth — perhaps dangerously so. Full Story

    At the Market: Garlic scapes can stand in for fresh cloves
    The buzz around town is that it's Pollinator Day at the Longmont Farmers Market this Saturday. Full Story

    Boulder woman makes a hemp, vegan, edible 'intimacy enhancer'
    I eat organic food. I use non-toxic cleaning supplies. I try to choose the safest lotions and soaps. I thought I'd covered all of the bases. Nope. I forgot home base. Full Story

    Prospect Studio Tour takes art lovers behind the scenes
    The Prospect Artists Association Studio Tour this weekend is a self-guided walk that will feature 13 artist studios and galleries in the Longmont community. The tour runs from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Full Story

    Restaurant review: Slate takes new approach to Italian
    At Loveland's Slate Italian Eatery, comfort seems to be the name of the game, as evidenced by its cozy yet still elegant interior as well as friendly and attentive service. Innovative takes on venerable favorites and an accompanying emphasis on scratch cooking with local ingredients wherever possible, make for a successful melding of the new and old. Full Story

    Boulder County farmers talk 'spiritual science' of biodynamics
    Erin Dreistadt, Aspen Moon Farm co-owner, said that shoppers are "constantly" asking about biodynamics, yet with all her years of study and practice, short answers don't come easily.  Full Story

    Boulder County Workout: Power Fitness
    An intense strength workout focused on circuits and continuous movement, this workout incorporated the full body, from abs to squats, and weighted arm curls to one-legged sits. Full Story

    Boulder's Grillo Center: Struggling with motion sickness?
    Motion sickness (also known as travel sickness, sea sickness, car sickness, etc.) is common. It most often affects children, women (especially if pregnant) and people susceptible to migraines or other conditions associated with nausea.  Full Story

    At the Market: Cherry season means summertime
    While the juicy flavor of sweet, delicate Colorado cherries linger, their growing season is short - four weeks if we're lucky. Don't miss out on this scrumptious summer favorite. Full Story

    O'Meara: Gov. Hickenlooper declares June pollinator month
    One of the best parts of being a gardener is that I'm never alone. In the quiet of the morning or heat of noon, there's a buzz of activity that surrounds and uplifts me whenever I spend time out there. Dodging past butterflies clumsily flitting about, bees zipping from flower to flower, and making way for beetles muscling their way around remind me that a large part of the garden is the life within. Full Story

    Workout: Bootcamp Group Fitness in Superior
    Offered three times a week, Bootcamp Group Fitness classes focus on a particular part of the body while still providing a good overall workout.  Full Story

    Wine country: Boulder a hotbed for sommeliers
    Besides the considerable charms of a Rocky Mountain lifestyle, why has a town of Boulder's size attracted so many world class wine experts? A tight knit community of role models and professionals, focused on collaboration and mentoring, has created a welcoming environment where those passionate about wine can thrive. Full Story

    Lafayette Farmers Market returns with farmer incentives
    After a 2016 hiatus, the Lafayette Farmers Market is re-opening Thursday at its new location in the heart of Old Town. The market's new location, the Lafayette Florist parking lot on South Public Road, will create more visibility than its previous spot. From 2013-2015, the market operated behind Jax Mercantile on Hwy. 287, where drive-by traffic and visibility was scarce, said Debbie Wilmot, Lafayette public information officer.  Full Story

    First-ever, low-cost Spinal Reflex Therapy headed to Boulder
    Some call it the next level of massage therapy, and until now, it's only been available for a price tag higher than a massage, too. But starting next month, Boulder will be home to the world's first ever, low-cost Spinal Reflex Therapy pain clinic.  Full Story

    At the Market: Kale, Boulder County's favorite green
    Kale, what was once a "fringe green," has found itself a coveted position in every health enthusiast's kitchen. Full Story

    All the buzz: Under the Sun wakes up for weekend breakfast
    South Boulderites have a new option for weekend breakfasts, namely the Under the Sun Eatery and Taphouse , 627A S. Broadway, Boulder.  Full Story

    O'Meara: Shrug off cold effects with fertilization
    As a teacher of gardening, there are times when Mother Nature drives me crazy. Just as I'm explaining to classes that here in the Rocky Mountains soil temperatures are every bit as important as frost dates for planting, she sends freezing rain, snow and hail after Mother's Day as if to punctuate my lessons. Full Story

    Boulder County History: Giora Bernstein set tone for Colorado Music Festival's musicians
    This summer, the Colorado Music Festival is celebrating its 40th anniversary. According to longtime Boulder resident Christopher Brauchli, the idea for the festival evolved in the mid-1970s over many evenings of meals, music and wine, when he and Giora Bernstein came up with the idea of starting a professional orchestra in Boulder. Full Story

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    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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    (Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer)
    Second Story Garage: Gasoline Lollipops

    The Boulder alt-country band gives its EPs names such as Death and Resurrection, and its songs bear the mark of hard truths and sin. But the punk energy behind the playing, and the sense that it's all in good fun, make it OK to dance to a song like "Death." Full Story

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