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Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer
Boulder works hard and it plays hard, and when it plays hard it doesn't have to work hard to find good beer.   Full Story
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Christy Fantz has worked for the Colorado Daily for 11 years now, doing just about everything. She takes a break as editor to pen the sex and relationship column, "Fantz in Your Pants" every Tuesday.   Full Story
Justin Sullivan / Associated Press
Say what you want about coupon clippers, but when you're paying out the ass for rent or staring aggressive student loans in the face, you'll wish you'd lived on deals and happy hours.   Full Story
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Each fall, a slew of new albums are announced that excite, frustrate and tantalize music lovers to no end. Though some of the year's big albums have already been released - like Death Grips' The Powers That B and Tame Impala's Currents - there are still tons of new records to look forward to. Release dates for LPs by Grimes, Kanye West and Frank Ocean have not been announced yet, but here are some of the most-anticipated albums this fall.   Full Story
Mark Leffingwell / Staff Photographer
Radio 1190 KVCU Boulder is packed with fun daily programming that is eccentric, lively and unlike any other station in the surrounding area. With summer is coming to a close, the new DJ schedule at 1190 for the fall will be jam-packed with new and exciting music, as well as radio personalities. Here are some essential facts students need to know about Radio 1190's new and old DJs on the AM airwaves this fall:   Full Story
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Duncan Taylor takes a break from his full-time job as a designer for various newspapers to pen his column, "Audio File," that appears every Friday in the Colorado Daily.   Full Story
Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer
You're not going to go wrong hitting up any bar in town. Boulder's got you hooked up as far as a fun night out goes. But we all have those friends who are looking for something. Like the girl who's not-so-secretly hoping to make out with a stranger. Or the guy convinced he can play the shit out of pool, but actually just plays like shit. Or ... you get the picture. So it's best to know what you're getting into. Let your sexy bar smarts be your defining characteristic when you go out. At least until the booze kicks in and you become the one who, once you start dancing, your friends conveniently forget your name.   Full Story
MArk Leffingwell / Staff Photographer
Welcome to Colorado, the green-rush mecca where you can get as high as the altitude - and do it legally. If you're lookin' to score some legal weed, keep it classy, and follow these guidelines and tips:   Full Story
Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer
There's no shortage of entertainment in a city brimming with live music venues and local festivals. But for more than 50 years, students haven't had to stay far from campus for film screenings and big-name concerts.   Full Story
Jeremy Papasso / Daily Camera
Lone students are the ones most likely to find themselves in dangerous situations. That's why the No. 1 tip from law enforcement officials is to avoid being alone. "Practice the buddy system," said University of Colorado police Sgt. Michael Lowry.   Full Story
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Every fall, classes enter our lives and kill all the free time on weekdays that the wonderful summer brought us. Luckily, this fall there is a slew of shows in the Front Range that are perfect excuses to trade in D2L assignments for cheap beer. Check out these radical shows that are coming up in the Boulder/Denver area this fall.   Full Story
Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer
Between Boulder and Denver, music lovers are well taken care of. With a variety of live-music venues ranging from bars to giant ampitheaters, concert-goers can see nearly all types of music any night of the week.   Full Story
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I take my earbuds out to salute you, sir/madam, for making the excellent decision of living here. These pages and the rest of the Colorado Daily's Welcome Back series are to fill your minds with good thoughts and helpful advice. In that vein, I've got some ideas to help get your trunk bumping ASAP. Read and learn:   Full Story
Jeremy Papasso
Pick thyselves up off the ground, run a comb through that rat's nest, slam some coffee and get at it again.   Full Story
Alexandra Sieh moonlights as a newspaper designer. But then she moonlights as a nightlife columnist. Oh yeah, she also moonlights at a second job where she wears fancy clothes and carries a briefcase. Spy? Mary Kay? Who knows. On top of it all, she moonlights as the Beer Girl.   Full Story
Caleb Dennis has been writing "The Scene" for the Colorado Daily for several months now and we've learned these three things about him: - He plays guitar - He's not a fan of electronic music - He can't stand Chad Kroeger.   Full Story
Nick Oxford / Colorado Daily
Radio 1190 is getting a makeover. The independent AM radio station housed in the basement of CU's University Memorial Center is turning down the dirty dorm feel and cranking up its studio space. The main studio has already been renovated, setting the tone for the rest of the project, which is expected to be finished by the start of the fall semester.   Full Story
Quentin Young / For the Colorado Daily
We all know about the Fox and Boulder theaters. Most local music fans have caught a show at Red Rocks or the Filmore. But there are a handful of music venues in the area that aren't as widely known, or do things a little different. Here's five of them.   Full Story
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If you like schmaltzy, stabby, or simpleminded films, springtime is your jam, friendo. This is when Hollywood generally dumps its worst stuff into theatres, so you won't find much in the way of Oscar fodder. Still, if you're a fan of horror, rom-coms or zombie-beaver movies, get ready, 'cause this ain't funny, my name's Mike D and I'm about to make money. Er, I mean you'll be happy.   Full Story
Jeremy Papasso / Colorado Daily
There is no shortage of good beer in Colorado and that is especially true for Boulder's 25 square miles. Here's a quick-hit breakdown of the 20 breweries in the People's Republic.   Full Story