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Venice becomes world’s first city to demand an entry fee - The pilot program means day-trippers to Venice, one of Italy’s most picturesque and historic cities, will need to pay a charge of 5 euros
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Pearl St: Gaku Ramen is out, Busaba is in, another scooplet - Busaba Thai serves noodles, curry, rice in Louisville,
Scooplet: Zoe Ma Ma moving from 10th to Pearl - I stopped in and got confirmation that they will close their 10th street place to move to the north side of Pearl between 9th and
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Storm Recap: From 70’s to a blizzard in the blink of an eye - Less than ten hours after the mercury hit 70 degrees in Boulder, heavy wet snow was already piling up in the midst of another classic Front Range snowstorm, one that turned out to
The Squid – ISSUE 378 - Emails are the tortured communication between those doomed to the glaring computer screen for eight hours a day, sending off messages from their own corner of
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Banksy exhibition to open at Meuse Gallery Aspen on Friday - Meuse Gallery, located at 601 E. Hyman Ave. No. 201, will open an exhibition featuring reclaimed and restored works by the elusive street artist Banksy on Friday, March 1. “Banksy — Restored Reclaimed” highlights
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What went wrong with Techstars? - The Boulder-based Seed-Stage Venture Fund fell off the if ($x ==1) {} else { echo ' | '; }
Twin Brothers Opening Japanese-Inspired Coffee Shop in North Boulder - The twenty-year-old entrepreneurs were born and raised in the neighborhood where their new business is set to open on February
CU Law School Professor Sues School After Retaliation - ‘But at some point years of petty discrimination and harassment will finally go too far, and for me that point is if ($x ==1) {} else { echo ' | '; } if ($x ==1) {} else { echo ' | '; }
Boulder metro area is the most educated in the country, Census data shows - The Boulder metropolitan area has the highest percentage of people with a bachelor’s degree or higher in the U.S., according to U.S. Census if ($x ==1) {} else { echo ' | '; } if ($x ==1) {} else { echo ' | '; }
The lawsuit leading to a $65B loss for Elon Musk was filed by a heavy metal drummer from Pennsylvania with just 9 shares. - Elon Musk suffered one of the biggest legal losses in U.S. history this week when the Tesla CEO was stripped of his $56 billion pay package in a case brought by an unlikely opponent, a former heavy metal drummer. Richard Tornetta sued Musk in 2018, when the
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Denver: A city of 710,000 struggles to cope with 40,000 migrant arrivals - Starting Feb. 5, Denver will start limiting the number of days migrants can stay in shelters and sending those who exceed their stay out onto the
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‘Rocky Mountain Wreckers’: Upcoming TV series to spotlight Colorado tow company working on I-70 mountain corridor - As one of the largest towing companies operating on Colorado’s Interstate 70 mountain corridor, an often treacherous stretch of highway that crosses the Continental Divide, Mountain Recovery receives a lot of unusual calls. The
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YouTuber drove from Colorado Springs To Denver In 20 Minutes - Authorities in Colorado, US, have issued a warrant for a 32-year-old man after he posted a video of a dangerous, high-speed bike
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Video interview: Drone helps find missing Boulder woman - After a woman went missing in Boulder, investigators used a drone to help find her. FOX31’s Greg Nieto looks into how the technology helps save lives.»
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Colorado Wolf Activity Map - Colorado Parks and Wildlife is a nationally recognized leader in conservation, outdoor recreation and wildlife management. The agency​ manages 42 state parks, all of Colorado’s wildlife, more than 300 state wildlife areas and a host of recreational
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The Quiet Death of Ello’s Big Dreams - Ello launched in 2014 with big dreams, but the artsy social network suddenly shut down last year, deleting nine years of posts without warning. What
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Colorado’s Animal Law Enforcement respond to over 50 calls of animals left out in the arctic cold temperatures since Friday - That number is across all of their jurisdictions, including Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Centennial, & Douglas
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Colorado Town Appoints Legal Guardians to Implement the Rights of a Creek and a Watershed – Inside Climate News - Systemic roadblocks in the U.S. legal system have thwarted efforts to advance the rights of nature movement. The Colorado advocates are testing a new
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Frankie Spontelli | Adventure & Travel (@fr33water) on Threads - In one way or another… capturing these images over in 📍Boulder, Colorado have shaped my career as a photographer. But one big message I have is that I didn’t just “send it” and go outside on
How far it went: Large Boulder the Size of a Small Boulder | Know Your Meme - A Large Boulder the Size of a Small Boulder refers to a phrasal gaffe posted by Colorado’s San Miguel Sheriff Twitter account in January 2020 when announcing a roadblock warning. The phrase describing a boulder that was blocking a road was widely mocked
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JonBenét Ramsey's Father Says Boulder Police Chief Leaving "Could Be a Setback" - Heading into 2024, John Ramsey told Westword he was confident that JonBenét’s murder would finally be solved. Boulder’s police chief leaving could change
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BoulderCAST Weather (@bouldercast_weather) on Threads - 🏆NEW record low temperature for January 13th set this morning in Denver at -12°F! Prior record was -11°F from 1875. Boulder also likely tied/set a record this morning, but still awaiting for
Boulder Police chief leaving for new position - Maris Herold has served as Boulder’s police chief since
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Colorado environmental groups file federal lawsuit to halt Rocky Flats trail - Physicians for Social Responsibility and five Colorado advocacy groups are suing Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, Interior Secretary Deb Haaland and four federal agencies to halt work on a trail
100% Contained. But what happened? U.S. Forest Service-Arapaho & Roosevelt Natl Forests Pawnee Natl… - The U.S. Forest Service, Timberline Fire Protection District, and Nederland Fire Protection District responded to reports of smoke in Gilpin County, Boulder Ranger District. The machine-cut piles may have been meant for a future prescribed burn left untended
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Fresh marijuana rules in effect Monday in Colorado - State opens up online payments, requires “use-by date” labels. In 2023, Colorado took in $255 million — down from over $325 million in 2022 and $423.4 million in
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Denver mayor Mike Johnston places blame on Texas Gov. Abbott for migration ‘chaos’, nonetheless welcomes refugees to Colorado with work opportunities and services - The Democratic mayors of Chicago and Denver gave a joint interview Sunday in which they acknowledged the “crisis” on the southern border but placed much of the blame on Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R)
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What To Know About Nitazenes: Rare But Emerging Opioids More Potent Than Fentanyl - “We highly suspect this is coming from the dark web,” Boulder County Drug Task Force commander Nick
Colorado E-Bike Rebate Program Temporarily Suspended Due to Unexpectedly High Demand – EcoWatch - Colorado temporarily suspended applications for its e-bike rebate program, which was so popular that it ran out of its initial
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Meet the most famous Minimalist in Japan – Fumio Sasaki - In describing his experiences snd life style Sasaki notes he was inspired by Boulderite Andrew
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The top 10 cities where Gen Z are moving to including Provo, Ann Arbor, and Boulder - According to Business Insider, Boulder is a favorite among Gen Zers, where 25,028 make up 23.9% of the city’s
New Denver residential building in RiNo to open soon - The lower, horizontal half of the cleft will include a sloping, “landscaped, trail-like walkway” complete with “rippling water components” that extends four stories (the sixth through ninth floors) within the
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Border killings: How shooters lured historic Colorado wolves to their deaths in Wyoming - Hunters took advantage of lax regulations in Wyoming to electronically call in and kill three of six wolves from a pioneering pack less than a half-mile from the state
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When Hunter S. Thompson Ran for Sheriff of Aspen, Colorado - In 1970, Thompson ran for sheriff of Pitkin County, part of a group running for local offices on the ‘Freak Power’ party
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Water from the Colorado River now opened into new connectivity channel in largest geo-engineering project of its kind in the state [VIDEO] - Oct. 25, 2023, was a milestone day, as crews successfully tested the new Colorado River Connectivity Channel (CRCC) around Windy Gap Reservoir,
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She lived on Boulder’s streets for years. Now, she runs a non-profit for the unhoused – KGNU Community Radio - On today’s Morning Magazine, we’ll listen to an interview with the founder of Streetscape, a nonprofit aimed at providing resources for the unhoused community. After that, a journey to the Colorado Rockies to talk rare Earth minerals. And we’ll wrap up
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Fodor’s includes Boulder on its 2024 ‘Go List’ – BizWest - Fodor’s Travel includes Boulder on its list of world-wide sites worthy of a visit in 2024. It is one of two U.S. sites listed on the Go
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Boulder Beat’s Shay Castle is new editor-in-chief of Boulder Weekly - “The question everyone has is: What’s going to happen to the Beat? The honest answer is: TBD. It might live on in the pages of Boulder Weekly, or maybe in some other form. But it’s fair to say that the Beat as it exists today is ending after
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Pissed-off Colorado welder pays $23.5K settlement in 6,500 pounds of coins, delivers with flatbed and forklift - A welder settled a dispute with another welder, then paid $23,500 in nothing but quarters, nickels, dimes and
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Stripped for Parts: American Journalism on the Brink - Stripped for Parts: a documentary on Alden Global Corp’s destruction of the American news, with a focus on the Denver Post and Daily Camera which have become bottom of the barrel news companies. Trailer at https://vimeo.com/869249853 See also:
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Bear Enters St. Regis Aspen, Attacks Security Guard (guard ok) - The man was responding to reports of a bear wandering through the high-end hotel when it attacked him inside the
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Video of Mayor, police, city council and others greeting Boulderite who was brutally attacked by homeless man - Generally, when people get harmed in Boulder, Boulder is there with support, an underrated quality of living in this great
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Colorado Law Would Charge Owners For Driving Giant, Pedestrian-Crushing Trucks And SUVs - The fees would then be used to fund pedestrian and bike safety
Lawsuit to block Trump from Colorado 2024 ballot survives more legal challenges | CNN Politics - A judge has rejected three more attempts by former President Donald Trump and the Colorado GOP to shut down a lawsuit seeking to block him from the 2024 presidential ballot in the state based on the 14th Amendment’s “insurrectionist