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Tofu, tea and truth - “Nestled against the Rocky Mountains, Boulder, Colorado, has blossomed into a thriving hub for the natural products and wellness industry,” explained the narrator of an April CNBC profile about The People’s Republic, which the business-focused
The great rescheduling - After more than 50 years of classification as a dangerous, highly addictive drug with no medical value, the U.S. federal government is changing its stance on cannabis.  On April 30, Attorney General Merrick Garland circulated an official proposal to
Trail running – should I be carrying a spray of some sort? - I'm finally getting into trail running (coming from road). First off: WOW, I really waited too long. The trail running here is amazing. Do you guys carry any sprays when running? I saw a sign the other day warning
BOULDER WAS OUR FAVOURITE CITY IN AMERICA - JUST WANTED TO SAY WE LOVED BOULDER - massive thank you to this sub for all its valuable information! You guys rock! My husband and I are from Oxford, England - and we did a cross-country US trip. Boulder was - by far - our favourite city. This has to
Keeler: Dallas Stars dared Avalanche goalie Alexandar Georgiev to beat them. So he did. - Avalanche goaltender Alexandar Georgiev not only robbed more than 18,000 locals during Game 1, he did it after weathering the mother of all first-period
Boulder weather: High of 59 with sunny skies - Boulder should see highs in the 50s today with sunny skies, according to the National Weather
Path forward for college leadership to come from provost next week - Provost Russell Moore is continuing deliberations on a path forward for restructuring the leadership of the College of Arts and Sciences and indicated in a message to the college today that he will make an announcement the week of May
Colorado weather: Snow continues in mountains, Denver to see gusty conditions - Periods of light snow will continue in Colorado's high country on Wednesday, while the Front Range will see gusty
Council discusses climate plan, energy plant at April meeting - The Campus Sustainability Executive Council convened Tuesday, April 9, to discuss the following topics: Climate Action Plan next steps Discussion: The council discussed the state of the Climate Action Plan (CAP) and the intention to release a final
Denver to test outdoor sirens Wednesday morning - The tests, which will last for three minutes, are to "ensure alert and warning systems within the city are fully functioning," Denver's Office of Emergency Management said on X. No action for the public is
Gov. Polis, Dems on verge of “a real step forward” on housing as land-use bills sail toward finish - The Colorado legislature is poised to pass a suite of marquee land-use reform measures that promise to reshape housing development along the Front
Sushi Den reopens for lunch service four years after start of pandemic - Sushi Den's lunch service has been on ice since COVID hit in
Denver-based Johns Manville loses $20.3 million antitrust case to small Washington company - A Denver jury has awarded a small Washington company $20.3 million plus legal fees in its anti-trust lawsuit against Johns Manville Corp., the Denver-based building products maker owned by Berkshire Hathaway
What’s in a name: Breweries can’t just focus on beer anymore - Big Choice Brewing moved from Broomfield to Brighton in 2017 and added a pizza kitchen so that it would stand out in a crowd of Colorado taprooms. But it didn't change its name because beer was still the big draw at the time. The pizza just made people stay
Surprise! The 88 Drive-In Theatre returns this weekend in Commerce City - The 48-year-old exhibitor had first said it would not come back in
Bird flu has spread to cows in Colorado. Is avian influenza threat? We answer your questions. - The Denver Post compiled the latest information on H5N1 highly pathogenic avian influenza, the bird flu virus that has jumped to cows in at least nine states — including Colorado — and has infected a small number of
33 arrested at George Washington University as DC mayor’s congressional hearing is canceled - The House oversight committee has canceled a hearing with the Washington, D.C., mayor over a university encampment shortly after 33 protesters were arrested. Police have been clearing a pro-Palestinian tent encampment at George Washington University since
Opinion: Bring women’s professional sports to Denver - These female athletes are playing for more than one person, one team, or one city. They are playing for something universal to women who know what it's like to make less money, have less power, and be disrespected despite their obvious skills and successes:
Ask Amy: Distant sibling longs to connect - Dear Amy: After our teen years, my brother and I became
How Colorado’s new oil and gas production fees stack up against other states - Colorado’s new fees on oil and gas production will substantially increase the amount of money the state collects from fossil-fuel producers, but they will do little to offset its exceptionally low rates of conventional taxes on the industry, a Newsline
LISTEN: The teachers who shaped us - It’s Teacher Appreciation Week, and in this special episode, P.S. Weekly and Chalkbeat reporters — plus their parents — share stories about the teachers who have inspired, encouraged, and shaped them.This episode goes out to the “dedicated adults —
Cottonwood Pass is open for the season, but it’s still not a good I-70 detour  - Heavy traffic can be dangerous for motorists and frustrating for the people who live along the 15.5-mile
Lawmakers begin their last day with much work still to do - Bipartisan tax cuts among the remaining bills still awaiting a final
Colorado approved $24 million for migrant students. Here’s how much each school district will get. - Districts enrolled a total of 8,085 newcomer students after the October count and through Feb.
Daily horoscope for May 8, 2024 - Get your daily horoscope for May 8, 2024 from astrologer Georgia
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PHOTOS: Colorado Avalanche beat Dallas Stars 4-3 in overtime to open the second round of the 2024 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs - The Colorado Avalanche won 4-3 in overtime to best the Dallas Stars in the first game of the second round of the 2024 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs on Tuesday night, May 7, 2024, at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas. Read the full game story here Want
Avalanche-Stars Game 1 Quick Hits: You gotta believe! Val Nichushkin, Avs power play on Stanley Cup-winning pace - Instant reaction from the Avalanche’s 4-3 win over the Dallas Stars in Game 1 of their second-round Stanley Cup Playoffs
Longmont officials hear more calls for ceasefire - Shortly after the Longmont City Council’s study session was called to order Tuesday, Longmont Mayor Joan Peck called for a recess due to one individual yelling “genocide” and that the council and others had “blood” on their
Rockies’ offensive woes continue in 5-0 loss to Giants at Coors Field - The Rockies' offense, not to be confused with a chocolate-and-coconut candy bar, might be best described as "Indescribably
CU Boulder Masters hood, cap, and gown - My friend is graduating with her masters from CU Boulder and did not order her hood, cap, and gown in time. I was curious if anyone in this sub Reddit happened to have their old masters regalia laying around somewhere. She would throw you a little
How’s the living in Dakota Ridge? - My wife and I are expecting a newborn and are assessing a move to neighborhoods in North Boulder. For those who live in Dakota Ridge, what do you like or dislike about it? The homes seem nice, new, and slightly more affordable than other
Engineers prepping options for Blue Mesa Bridge repair - The repairs could take weeks or months, pending further
US paused bomb shipment to Israel to signal concerns over Rafah invasion, official says - The U.S. paused a shipment of bombs to Israel last week over concerns that Israel was approaching a decision on launching a full-scale assault on the southern Gaza city of Rafah against the wishes of the U.S. That's according to a senior administration
Pro-Palestine protesters arrested inside MSU Denver building - At least 10 protesters, including two wheelchair users, were arrested as of 6:30
Election results: Braun easily wins the Republican primary for governor - Sign up for Chalkbeat Indiana’s free daily newsletter to keep up with Indianapolis Public Schools, Marion County’s township districts, and statewide education news.This article was originally published by Indiana Capital Chronicle. It was edited by
Man accused of killing 10 at King Soopers was ‘sane’ on the day of the 2021 Boulder shooting, evaluators say - Families of the victims on Tuesday asked the judge to halt further delays of the