• Audio File: New local albums, Vol. 2 - 03/23/2017 04:48 PM MDT
    (Andy Cross / The Denver Post)
    Tips for reducing food waste and the recipes that can save you

    Tearing lettuce helps it last longer
    Veggies on the verge. A vegan horror movie? More like a weekly coming attraction in your fridge.  Full Story
    Workout: Boulder Ballet for beginner adults
    This is ballet with no gimmicks. Not ballet that has been modified into a workout or combined with other dance styles. Pure in form and function, it's exactly what it says on the tin: ballet. Full Story

    Grillo: Root cause of tinnitus obscure, but treatments can help
    Tinnitus is a widespread problem, affecting about one in five people, and the incidence increases with age. Full Story

    O'Meara: Peas a perfect spring crop
    Peas are a bit of an anomaly. The plant likes it chilly, but the seed prefers it warm, with best germination at 50-75 degree soil temperatures. Full Story

    Forever The Bride's Resource 2017
    Forever 2017 The Bride's Resource, published by Prairie Mountain Media, Loveland, Longmont & Boulder, Colorado. Who says your dress has to be white? Full Story

    Turn Colorado's tough soil into gardening gold
    As any Colorado gardener who has put shovel to dirt can tell you, the hard clay here is a challenge under the best of circumstances. Full Story

    O'Meara: Warm soil to jump start spring
    Has the unusually warm weather sparked the thought that spring has sprung in your mind? If you've been watching your spring bulbs shooting up and raring to go, you might be fooled into thinking we're off to an early start. Full Story

    Workout: Soul Sweat at Alchemy of Movement
    Dancing in front of other people can be an intimidating and embarrassing activity, eliciting nightmares of missed moves or audience members laughing and pointing, but there is no audience and no such pressure in Julia Buonanno's Soul Sweat class. Full Story

    Alandi Ayurveda Gurukula in Boulder a leader in its field
    It's Wednesday morning at the Alandi Ayurveda Gurukula in central Boulder, and from the outside, it looks like any other small vintage home on 20th Street. Inside, unbeknownst to many, is one of the oldest and most highly-regarded ayurvedic medical programs in the nation. Full Story

    Review: Element Bistro a promising addition to growing Gunbarrel
    As a newer eatery, Element Bistro appears to be making significant progress in dialing in its menu, and some fine tuning of flavors will elevate it to the next level. Full Story

    Workout: Lighter weights, more reps at YMCA's Y Pump
    Tiffany Lough offers strength training that focuses on toning muscle by doing more repetitions with lighter weights then traditional weight training.  Full Story

    O'Meara: Spring sprung too soon
    Strolling past a rose along my drive near the end of February, I noticed something out of the ordinary. The plant was starting to leaf out. Full Story

    Cheryl Bauer of Boulder helps others become dog food chefs
    With pastry bag in hand and enormous chef's hat on head, Cheryl Bauer gets to work on a batch of salmon puffs for her two babies, Mabel and Dixie. Full Story

    Via Mobility in Boulder makes fresh produce a job perk
    For the fourth year in a row, Via Mobility Services of Boulder is offering subsidized community supported agriculture shares for its employees. Full Story

    Boulder's St. John's Episcopal Church to hold 'Togetherness Matters' service
    Boulder's St. John's Episcopal Church is holding a "Togetherness Matters Solas Program" on Sunday in an effort to bring people of different faiths and backgrounds together during what an organizer says are troubling times. Full Story

    Workout: Rise Up Fitness
    There is a maximum of eight people per class at Rise Up Fitness. "I want to keep it fairly small. We can still do a lot, it's very affordable for people to come and get a training experience," says instructor Poul Collins. Full Story

    ReSource Conservation helps gardeners save time, trouble and water
    There's always that one yard in your neighborhood, isn't there? The one with the colorful flowers with butterflies flitting and bees buzzing. Full Story

    Review: Low-key is just right at Mac's Place in Longmont
    A favorite simple pleasure of mine is the leisurely weekend breakfast, and Longmont's Mac's Place ticks off all the boxes for a relaxed morning meal. Full Story

    Boulder resident Kristen Rubow helps improve brain function
    Kristen Rubow developed programming that she offers through her company, M3Kinections -- the "3" refers to the cornerstones of her philosophy: movement, music and mind. Full Story

    Roark: Health of gut can affect well-being
    When you hear "gut" and "bacteria" used together it might not immediately take your mind to a happy place, but there is good reason it should. 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.

    Full Story
    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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