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Wine Lists – Best/Favorite? 🥂 - I'm looking for recommendations on the best places in town with great wine lists. Whether it's a cozy local spot or a high-end restaurant, I want to know where you go to enjoy a good glass. Share your favorites and any
A mission of mercy, then a fatal strike: How an aid convoy in Gaza became Israel’s target - Despite the danger, many of the largest organizations barely slowed
First timer! - I’m coming up in June for a concert at Red Rocks. Hoping to visit RMNP and Pikes Peak while there, is Boulder a good in between place to stay for a few days and then venture out around these areas? Thanks in advance! submitted by
Letters: Xcel’s high wind power shutdown — prevented wildfires and saved lives or inconvenienced thousands to avoid lawsuits? - "Xcel claims that this preventative de-energizing action is not the result of the lawsuits from the Marshall fire. I find that hard to believe." -- Teri Jacobson,
Can’t get a table at this Denver Italian hotspot? A sister restaurant is opening in RiNo. - Emilia is an ode to Italy, drawing inspiration from the Emilia-Romagna
Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg says Trump’s hush money criminal trial isn’t about politics - Bragg finds himself at the center of a political firestorm as he prepares to bring the first of Donald Trump’s four criminal prosecutions to
Homeowners – How much do you pay in Homeowners Insurance? - I see varying rates - what do you pay monthly for homeowners insurance? submitted by /u/AdFancy3030 [link]
Water hardness - Does anyone have any recent data on water hardness in east Boulder County? Trying to decide if black bathroom fixtures in our ADU in Lafayette will be a regrettable decision. submitted by /u/MaximumEnvironment43 [link]
In design, finding creative excellence outside her comfort zone - Before winning a statewide best-in-show award, Kate Chambers was among the more experienced students in her master’s cohort. Her success, she said, came from professors who pushed her to try new things. Pushing
Creek restoration near downtown Colorado Springs aims to protect critical utility infrastructure - A roughly 3,500-foot section of Monument Creek just north of downtown Colorado Springs is currently undergoing a stabilization
CU Boulder team participates in federal pilot advancing AI research - CU Boulder’s Research Computing team is spearheading a working group in an initiative that aims to link U.S. researchers and educators with computational, data and training resources essential for progressing AI research and AI-infused research
O.J. Simpson, former football star accused of murder, has died - The football star who was acquitted of charges he killed his former wife and her friend but wound up in prison years later in an unrelated case died on Wednesday
Arizona abortion ban likely to cause scramble for services in Colorado, other states where it’s still legal - Doctors and clinic leaders said there’ll be a scramble across the Southwest and West for abortion care due to Tuesday’s decision, which said officials may enforce an 1864 law criminalizing all abortions except when a woman’s life is at
OJ Simpson, fallen football hero acquitted of murder in ‘trial of the century,’ dies at 76 - O.J. Simpson has died. The decorated football star who was acquitted of charges he killed his former wife and her friend but wound up in prison years later in an unrelated case died Wednesday, his family said in a statement on his X account. His attorney
Louisville Lowes trades as biotech redevelopment looms - The shuttered Lowes home-improvement store in Louisville has been purchased by one of the parties involved in a plan to transform the big-box retail space into a manufacturing hub focused on biotechnology
3 festive main dishes for any spring party - The best dishes for those get-togethers are the ones that feel celebratory enough to serve to guests, but are simple enough to ensure you’re not spending all day in the
Tips for closing out the semester - With the end of the academic year coming up soon, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs D’Andra Mull has advice to help you finish strong. Leadership
Christian Braun posterizes Rudy Gobert with left hand to punctuate Nuggets’ last home game before playoffs: “My best sequence in the NBA” - Christian Braun received a text from his mom after he posterized a three-time NBA Defensive Player of the Year. The contents of the text? "I probably can't say it in
Things to do this weekend: pozole festival, parking-lot Shakespeare and Colorado wine - Denver's Westwood neighborhood continues to be one of the best places to eat and learn about the cuisine of Mexico and other Latin American
Election subversion efforts in 2020 were bad. Now they’re worse. - Defenders of democracy in the aftermath of the 2020 election triumphed against lie-fueled efforts to subvert the will of voters. But the forces behind those attacks on democracy never went away. The election deniers of four years ago are back at work
Keeler: Nathan MacKinnon, Nikola Jokic proved this week why they’re best players in NHL, NBA this season - What pizza rats are to New York, what fountains are to Kansas City, MVPs are to Denver. Come for the sunshine. Stay for the
Cali tech bros relocate to Boulder: Influx brought on by Covid - submitted by /u/Nihilist-Denialist [link] [comments]
Boulder County food bank forced to toss 2,000 pounds of food after weekend’s Xcel power outages - https://www.denverpost.com/2024/04/09/louisville-food-bank-loss-power-outage-xcel-energy/ submitted by /u/redditizfun999 [link]
Principals, district leaders will be trained on managing conflict in the Detroit school district - The Detroit school district will invest money in next year’s budget to ensure school leaders and central office leaders are trained to manage conflict.The district will also bring in third-party mediators to help resolve some conflicts.Those were two
Jefferson County property tax drop box permanently closes after two theft, tampering attempts in one night - The Jefferson County treasurer has permanently closed and announced plans to remove a property tax payment drop box after a failed attempt to steal the checks inside
Boulder County Dining News – Spring 2024 -     The Boulder County dining scene is constantly evolving—which is good news for diners, but means there’s a lot of news to keep up on.   Consider this your short cut. Here’s what’s new and notable about restaurants,
Colorado martial arts instructor arrested, accused of sexually assaulting 14-year-old student - A Colorado martial arts instructor accused of sexually assaulting a 14-year-old student was arrested in Texas Monday, police announced
Norway’s health minister accused of plagiarism in latest ethics scandal to rock the government - An academic probe says that Norway’s Health Minister Ingvild Kjerkol plagiarized parts of her masters’ degree thesis three years ago. It's the second such case this year in the Norwegian government and the latest allegation of unethical behavior to rock
Boulder weather: High of 64 with sunny skies - Boulder should see highs in the low 60s today with sunny skies, according to the National Weather
Boost Mobile offering limited edition Coach Prime flip phone in gold and black - A black and gold cell phone will soon join the signature sunglasses and fashion line that football hall-of-fame player Deion Sanders, or Coach Prime as he is better known in Colorado, has put his brand
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Colorado teahouse trains, employs people with special needs - When Kristen Bland heard from fellow parents in the special-needs community that their kids wanted jobs but couldn't find them, she made it her mission to train and employ
Denver inflation rate dips below 3% for the first time in three years - Outsized declines in food and gasoline prices helped push consumer inflation in the Denver-Aurora-Lakewood area below the U.S. annual rate for the first time since November 2022, according to a bi-monthly update from the U.S. Bureau of Labor
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More than two dozen Colorado water systems exceed EPA’s new limits on “forever chemicals” - Denver's water system does not have current detections of PFAS, but the city's water has not been sampled since 2020 -- which is the case for dozens of Colorado water districts, according to state health
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HGTV pinpoints Colorado’s ugliest houses - Actress and host Retta saw "the beauty and the beast out in
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Opposition from Colorado fire chiefs sinks bid to allow taller single-stair apartment buildings - Facing a wall of opposition from fire officials, Colorado lawmakers on Wednesday killed a bill that would have allowed taller apartment buildings to be constructed in a single-stair style that's common in
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Broncos draft preview: Brock Bowers could be Sean Payton’s “joker” after TE question marks, lack of production in 2023 - The Broncos have a couple of talented young players at tight end, but also question marks. Is it enough to make head coach Sean Payton think about Georgia TE Brock Bowers as his next versatile offensive
Broncos 2024 NFL mock draft tracker 8.0: What national experts predict Denver will do - Here’s a look at who national draftniks are thinking will land in
Here’s who will guide Marie Feagins as she takes on new superintendent role in Memphis - Sign up for Chalkbeat Tennessee’s free daily newsletter to keep up with Memphis-Shelby County Schools and statewide education policy.New Memphis schools leader Marie
Editorial: Void any Biden leadership on the refugee crisis, Denver stands up a real plan - By showing cities and states how they can help this wayward group get work permits, Denver can help with their employee shortages and save Denver taxpayers
Ask Amy: Friend wonders about racist pals - Advice columnist Amy Dickinson answers her readers' questions in this April 11, 2024 edition of Ask
Trump is about to go on trial in New York. Here’s what to expect - It will be the first criminal prosecution of a former president in American
Colorado Arts Spotlight: Things to know and do around the state April 12-14 - Your weekly list of arts, culture, music, theater, film and other things to do this
New rule to close ‘gun show loophole’ finalized by Biden administration - WASHINGTON — The Biden administration on Thursday finalized a new rule that would require anyone selling a gun to obtain a federal license and conduct background checks. The rule aims to close what’s known as the “gun show loophole.” Gun merchants