• Bear With Me: Neighborliness - 08/24/2016 03:23 PM MDT
    (Paul Aiken / Daily Camera)
    Boulder-based Purely Elizabeth markets the first granola with a probiotic

    Granola with benefits
    Granola was invented in 1863 as a health food, but it's so darn tasty that sometimes you have to wonder if it's a treat, even taking into account its high fiber energy boost. Full Story
    Boulder County Farmers Markets: Sweet basil perfumes summer's bounty
    If you go Boulder Farmers Market 13th Street and Canyon Boulevard 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturdays through Nov. Full Story

    BLT panzanella: A fun salad for a summer evening
    Tomatoes are the food that would be a must for me on that proverbial desert island. Yes, I know that woman cannot live on tomatoes alone, but I like to do a little testing of that proposition, round about now when those love apples start ripening in numbers in the garden. Full Story

    Boulder downhill skateboarder aims for record
    The sky is barely awake. Aaron Hampshire is wearing a leather, full-body suit, helmet and special gloves with little round pucks embedded on the palms. Full Story

    Boulder workout: Co-Ed Novice Pole
    Novice Pole is one level above beginners. It adds a layer of challenge to the basic pole moves and requires more strength, to prepare students for the intermediate level, where inverts start. Full Story

    Samples World Bistro in Longmont serves globe-trotting menu
    A truth in advertising award would be richly deserved by Longmont's Samples World Bistro, which serves up a globe-trotting menu of small and large plates in an unpretentious setting. Full Story

    Boulder County workout: Warrior Ninja Training
    A series of challenges and obstacle courses for kids ages 5 through 12. Think mini American Ninja Warrior training (although not affiliated with the show). Full Story

    Boulder, Denver chefs will serve James Beard chef dinner on 13th Street
    Call it a different kind of street food. Part of 13th Street will be blocked off Sept. 10 for a James Beard dinner featuring nine local chefs, including host Eric Skokan. Full Story

    How to repel an attacking horde
    I grew up watching "Star Trek" as a child and still remember the episode that helped shape my life as an adult. Full Story

    Boulder County Farmers Markets: Shishito peppers bring sweet, sweet, sweet, hot!, sweet
    In season now: This week, local farmers will harvest fresh arugula, basil, beets, broccoli, carrots, collards, cucumbers, dill, eggplant, fennel, garlic, green beans, kale, lettuce, mint, mushrooms, nectarines, onions, peaches, plums, shallots, shishito peppers, spicy greens, summer squash, squash blossoms, sweet corn, Swiss chard, tarragon, tomatoes and turnips. Full Story

    Boulder's Grillo: Grapefruit and drug interactions
    Q. My doctor told me I should avoid grapefruit while taking my medication. Why is that? Can I have grapefruit in the morning and take my drug in the evening without worrying? Full Story

    Review: Rayback Collective food truck park in Boulder
    It's the most happening spot in Boulder. The Rayback Collective, Boulder's first food truck park. Our reviewer visited this popular new location to find out what kind of dining experience it has to offer. Full Story

    Thinking inside the box
    Something's different. It's not the subtle shortening of the days or cooling of temperatures, but there is a definite change of season. Full Story

    Boulder County Farmers Markets: Oh, how we love tomatoes!
    Juicy, flavorful, vine-ripened tomatoes are here. From tiny yellow sunbursts to quirky, asymmetrical heirlooms, tomatoes of all colors and sizes are in peak season at the market. Full Story

    Acupuncture, diet may help with sleep problems
    "Sleep that knits up the raveled sleave of care ..." Truly, it adds insult to injury at 3 a.m. that a quote from Macbeth should rattle around in the head of someone with a life as mundane as mine. Full Story

    Workout: Learn To Bike
    Classes for kids are taught by a group of instructors using a curriculum developed by Longmont resident and long-time cycling instructor George Sharman, who is known as the "Learn To Bike Wizard." He coached kids' cycling for 18 years at the YMCA and brought the program to Bicycle Village. Full Story

    Taste of Tomato lets gardeners sample dozens of varieties
    Big, little, red, yellow, purple and orange -- we're entering tomato season with its wealth of rainbow colors. Cherry tomatoes such as Green Doctors, Isis, Sungold and Jasper may be little in size but big in flavor. Each of these tasty morsels is sweet enough to woo new devotees to growing them. Matt's Wild Cherry, a currant type, is a tiny, prolific tomato about the size of a pea. You can taste them at Taste of Tomato. Full Story

    Local man becomes first American amputee to summit Everest
    If Jeff Glasbrenner could travel back in time and tell his 8-year-old self something, he says it would be to find the new normal, but never look back. Full Story

    Fire Blight and Apple Scab and Codling Moth, oh my!
    Gardeners who plant apple trees are hopeful souls, putting in saplings as they dream of future pies, sauce and tarts. Full Story

    Boulder workout: Low-flying trapeze
    You know what a trapeze is -- a horizontal bar hung between two ropes from the ceiling. But there are different kinds of trapeze methods.In this class, the bar is low (typically a few feet to about five feet above the ground, so you can reach it while standing) and rigged so it can swing back and forth, spin and move in 360-degrees and at different angles. That's the "flying" part.  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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