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reviewReview: Berthoud Pizza produces fine pie for the money

Golden crust tends toward soft, bread-like style
Nearly every town in the United States has one -- the locally-owned pizza joint that dishes out a reasonably priced menu of pies. That's the Berthoud Pizza Company. Full Story
O'Meara: The lasting legacy of a garden
Visiting gardens is a favorite pastime of mine, a way for me to get to know cities and the people of places I visit. Full Story

Workout: Happy Hour Yin
In a climate where yoga as a spiritual exercise and yoga as physical exercise often seem separated, it's always a pleasure to meet a yoga teacher like Jai Gobind who pulls both schools into one practice. Full Story

Cycling through winter possible but takes practice, say Boulder experts
For cyclists, winter conditions increase accident risk, making helmets and bike handling skills critical. After that, proper apparel, such as gloves and appropriate layers, must be considered. Full Story

Boulder County History: Sea adventure resurfaces in photos
By all accounts, Homer Crumrine lived an outwardly mundane life. From the 1950s through the 1980s, the retired electronics salesman was a tenant in the Hotel Boulderado, back in the day when the hotel was one of the cheapest places to live in Boulder. Full Story

Boulder's River and Woods, though new, already impresses
For having been open only for a short time, River and Woods demonstrates considerable prowess in the kitchen. Full Story

Top ice climber, Boulder's Ryan Vachon, returns to Ouray
Boulder climbing champion Ryan Vachon, winner of the Elite Mixed Climbing Competition at the 2016 Ouray Ice Festival, didn't see it coming. "There was a pause in the universe," he said. "I was shocked." Full Story

Workout: Hip Hop Choreography
The class begins with an upbeat warm up, and a couple of slow push-ups. Then it moves into a dance routine.  Full Story

Lafayette Oatmeal Festival features breakfast, 5K
The annual Oatmeal Festival breakfast starts at 7:30 a.m. at Pioneer Elementary School. Full Story

For Boulder woman, last-resort AIP diet helped
Angela Huang had always had food sensitivities. She had tried different diets with varying results. By the time she moved to Colorado in 2011, she believed she had healed sufficiently to reintroduce certain foods into her diet. Full Story

Niwot author on how to minimize morning meltdowns with kids
"I teetered between feeling like my only choices were total chaos or becoming a drill sergeant," parent coach Liz Emmett-Mattox said. Full Story

At the Market: Meet your meat needs all season
It's a good time to start thinking about whether you'll get a 2017 CSA (community supported agriculture) membership. Full Story

Workout: Reformer (with Float Board)
I appreciate a class that will make me stronger without busting up my body. The idea of fitness for life makes sense to me. Full Story

Gut feelings can be important part of avalanche safety
Avalanches are cunning and cruel, capable of burying someone under a steep rooftop and many other places the untrained eye deems safe. Full Story

Whole Foods partnership a boon for local food business
The Orange Crunch food truck got a big boost for its new business in 2014 when it partnered with a then-new Whole Foods store in Westminster's Bradburn Village neighborhood. Full Story

Soup's on: Boulder Organic Foods balances health, taste
Boulder Organic Foods' soups are made in small batches in Boulder County, using non-GMO, organic ingredients, are never frozen and are certified gluten-free and lower in sodium than most soups in the store, says Greg Powers, CEO of the company. Full Story

Workout: Kids learn 'Ninja' skills at Warrior Playground
Just imagine the craziest playground you've ever seen. That's the Warrior Playground at Longmont's Grit Fitness Center. Full Story

Soften the season with historic d├ęcor in the home
Think past the mistletoe and wreaths. Victorian kissing balls, orange pomanders, woven clove-accented baskets, berry strands or dried citrus rounds all bring the past forward into our homes. Full Story

At the Market: Local libations in the off-season
Colorado wine may not be your first instinct, but local winemakers have cultivated a great selection to choose from. A perfect addition to any holiday party. Full Story

Boulder and the Beautiful: Last-minute gifts
A cold brew system -- yes, it's hipster of me, but I don't care. I'm nuts for cold brew coffee. 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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