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Daily Record
Pearson, Orji advance to NCAA Championshipsexpect, and I think it'll benefit me." Pearson graduated two weeks ago with a
Pearson, Orji advance to NCAA Championships
Daily Record / Posted 3 hours ago
expect, and I think it'll benefit me." Pearson graduated two weeks ago with a degree in economics but hopes to remain in Boulder to train next year. Until the NCAA Championships, he plans to relax and spend time with friends at his apartment's... Read more
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La Junta Tribune-Democrat
Community band under new direction— Kevin Beaber, Crowley County and Mark Emery, Pueblo County. Both directors fo
Community band under new direction
La Junta Tribune-Democrat / Posted 3 days ago
— Kevin Beaber, Crowley County and Mark Emery, Pueblo County. Both directors found their love of music through the Boulder School District and bring their many talents to the Arkansas Valley and southeast Colorado.The AVCB is thrilled to... Read more
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Nevada Appeal
Several Nevada museum offering free admission to military personnelMuseum, Carson City; Nevada Historical Society in Reno; the Lost City Museum in
Several Nevada museum offering free admission to military personnel
Nevada Appeal / Posted 3 days ago
Museum, Carson City; Nevada Historical Society in Reno; the Lost City Museum in Overton; and Nevada State Railroad Museum, Boulder City. Admission is also free under the military program at the division’s East Ely Railroad Depot Museum as a result... Read more
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Slate
Mourning on Social Media Is an Awful Lot Like Mourning in Ancient Greeceand Los Angeles city halls got lit up in violet. I teach ancient Greek literatu
Mourning on Social Media Is an Awful Lot Like Mourning in Ancient Greece
Slate / Posted 4 days ago
and Los Angeles city halls got lit up in violet. I teach ancient Greek literature and culture at the University of Colorado–Boulder, and this struck me as both strange and familiar. I sometimes feel closer to the ways of the ancient Greeks than to... Read more
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The Birmingham Times
People, Places and Things by Gwen DeRuMaster Docent Marlene Wallace leads a discussion on Reclining Nude by Fernando
People, Places and Things by Gwen DeRu
The Birmingham Times / Posted 5 days ago
Master Docent Marlene Wallace leads a discussion on Reclining Nude by Fernando Botero. MORE: Slow Art Sunday: Mountain Boulder, Chinese (Qing Dynasty is June 12. Oscar’s Sunday Brunch is back on December 4, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. FIRST THURSDAY:... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
Boulder Art Cinema shutting down after 3 months due to low attendanceAfter fewer than three months in operation, Boulder Art Cinema will shut its do
Boulder Art Cinema shutting down after 3 months due to low attendance
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted 11 days ago
After fewer than three months in operation, Boulder Art Cinema will shut its doors after showing its final offerings this weekend, but officials with the program say they will continue to use the theater. The joint venture between Downtown Boulder... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
Longmont's Sunset Bridge now open; 'I'm happy it's finally done'on Thursday. See more photos and a video at TimesCall.com. (Matthew Jonas / Sta
Longmont's Sunset Bridge now open; 'I'm happy it's finally done'
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted 11 days ago
on Thursday. See more photos and a video at TimesCall.com. (Matthew Jonas / Staff Photographer) The bridge, which was in a Boulder County enclave within city limits, proved to be a challenge. The city and the county secured funds from the Federal... Read more
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Denver Post
Boulder Art Cinema shutting down after 3 months due to low attendanceAfter fewer than three months in operation, Boulder Art Cinema will shut its do
Boulder Art Cinema shutting down after 3 months due to low attendance
Denver Post / Posted 12 days ago
After fewer than three months in operation, Boulder Art Cinema will shut its doors after showing its final offerings this weekend, but officials with the program say they will continue to use the theater. The joint venture between Downtown Boulder... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
Boulder Art Cinema shutting down after three monthsAfter fewer than three months in operation, Boulder Art Cinema will shut its do
Boulder Art Cinema shutting down after three months
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted 12 days ago
After fewer than three months in operation, Boulder Art Cinema will shut its doors after showing its final offerings this weekend, but officials with the program say they will continue to use the theater. The joint venture between Downtown Boulder... Read more
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Salt Lake City Weekly
Brews in the Newslately with news of brews, so I thought I'd sift through the clutter this week
Brews in the News
Salt Lake City Weekly / Posted 12 days ago
lately with news of brews, so I thought I'd sift through the clutter this week and share some of it with beer-loving City Weekly readers. Beer drinkers like me, who love our Uinta Brewing beers (UintaBrewing.com), will soon notice a significant... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
Boulder workout: Gyrotonic TowerGyrotonic Bohdi, 3200 Valmont Road, Unit 4, Boulder, 347-693-4408, gyrotonicbod
Boulder workout: Gyrotonic Tower
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted 13 days ago
Gyrotonic Bohdi, 3200 Valmont Road, Unit 4, Boulder, 347-693-4408, gyrotonicbodhi.com Instructor: Jennifer DePalo-Peterson, of Broomfield, a Gyrotonic and Gyrokinesis instructor of 20 years. She trained directly with the founder of the... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
Boulder fitness lovers love the late nightIt doesn't matter when you work out, as long as you're doing it," she says. Lo
Boulder fitness lovers love the late night
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted 13 days ago
It doesn't matter when you work out, as long as you're doing it," she says. Local 24/7 gyms, such as Anytime Fitness in Boulder, say they've seen a steady increase in late-night usage. "Now, more and more, it's almost essential in the gym world... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
For its 4th campus, Flatirons church eyes I-25 between Lafayette, LongmontFlatirons Community Church Current locations: Lafayette campus: 355 W. South B
For its 4th campus, Flatirons church eyes I-25 between Lafayette, Longmont
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted 14 days ago
Flatirons Community Church Current locations: Lafayette campus: 355 W. South Boulder Road West campus: 34887 Genesee Trail Road, Golden Downtown campus: Paramount Theater, 1621 Glenarm Place, Denver With its modern 4,000-seat auditorium,... Read more
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Fortune
The 20 Best Workplaces in Consulting & Professional Servicesproject, without fear that they might think I don’t know what I am doing.” Hea
The 20 Best Workplaces in Consulting & Professional Services
Fortune / Posted 14 days ago
project, without fear that they might think I don’t know what I am doing.” Headquarters: Redmond, Wash. “I love the weekly team lunch where the company buys us lunch and we all talk about our top three projects/needs/issues. We find out... Read more
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Colorado Daily
Lafayette's Flatirons Community Church reveals expansion plans"straight-talking" pastor on stage, Flatirons Community Church's appeal has att
Lafayette's Flatirons Community Church reveals expansion plans
Colorado Daily / Posted 14 days ago
"straight-talking" pastor on stage, Flatirons Community Church's appeal has attracted staggering numbers — an average weekly attendance of roughly 17,500 — growth that now allows the church to franchise its message throughout as it looks... Read more
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Denver Post
Advocates plot future approach on Boulder homelessnessWorkshop," Saturday morning at the First Congregational Church. The event, spo
Advocates plot future approach on Boulder homelessness
Denver Post / Posted 15 days ago
Workshop," Saturday morning at the First Congregational Church. The event, sponsored by the homeless advocacy group Boulder Rights Watch, was co-hosted by Boulder City Councilman Aaron Brockett and architect and community developer Morey... Read more
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Denver Post
Amid growth, Lafayette's Flatirons Community Church plans to launch a schoolbe thoughtful, and glorify God, according to the church's website. The Lafayet
Amid growth, Lafayette's Flatirons Community Church plans to launch a school
Denver Post / Posted 15 days ago
be thoughtful, and glorify God, according to the church's website. The Lafayette-based megachurch, which boasts an average weekly attendance of roughly 17,500, has continually outgrown its space over the past 15 years as its rapid expansion has... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
Advocates plot future approach on Boulder homelessnessWorkshop," Saturday morning at the First Congregational Church. The event, spo
Advocates plot future approach on Boulder homelessness
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted 16 days ago
Workshop," Saturday morning at the First Congregational Church. The event, sponsored by the homeless advocacy group Boulder Rights Watch, was co-hosted by Boulder City Councilman Aaron Brockett and architect and community developer Morey... Read more
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The Fort Morgan Times
May 14Meet and Eat weekly lunch menu: May 16-20 Here is the menu for the Fort Morgan
May 14
The Fort Morgan Times / Posted 17 days ago
Meet and Eat weekly lunch menu: May 16-20 Here is the menu for the Fort Morgan Meet and Eat from May 16-20 at Fort Morgan Senior Center. Call 970-380-9744 or 970-867-4667 by 8 p.m. the night before for reservations. For the Fort Morgan Housing... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
Feast fit for a CU Bufffamiliar food, more restaurant than mess hall. That's not a big surprise, sinc
Feast fit for a CU Buff
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted 20 days ago
familiar food, more restaurant than mess hall. That's not a big surprise, since for 15 years, Justice was a part owner of Boulder's Venetian restaurant Bacaro. Before that, he spent years cooking at restaurants in Europe, but when the opportunity... Read more
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The Fort Morgan Times
Community News BriefsMeet and Eat weekly lunch menu: May 10-13 Here is the menu for the Fort Morgan
Community News Briefs
The Fort Morgan Times / Posted 21 days ago
Meet and Eat weekly lunch menu: May 10-13 Here is the menu for the Fort Morgan Meet and Eat from May 9-13 at Fort Morgan Senior Center. Call 970-380-9744 or 970-8674667 by 8 p.m. the night before for reservations. For the Fort Morgan Housing... Read more
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Colorado Daily
Your guide to Colorado summer concerts for 2016Festival in Loveland has everything you need. If relaxing small town afternoon
Your guide to Colorado summer concerts for 2016
Colorado Daily / Posted 22 days ago
Festival in Loveland has everything you need. If relaxing small town afternoons are more your style, there are plenty of weekly performances up and down the Front Range. Stop by Prospect Eats in Longmont on Mondays for great music and food... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
Your guide to Colorado summer concerts for 2016Festival in Loveland has everything you need. If relaxing small town afternoon
Your guide to Colorado summer concerts for 2016
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted 23 days ago
Festival in Loveland has everything you need. If relaxing small town afternoons are more your style, there are plenty of weekly performances up and down the Front Range. Stop by Prospect Eats in Longmont on Mondays for great music and food... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Summer concert guide 2016Festival in Loveland has everything you need. If relaxing small town afternoon
Summer concert guide 2016
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 24 days ago
Festival in Loveland has everything you need. If relaxing small town afternoons are more your style, there are plenty of weekly performances up and down the Front Range. Stop by Prospect Eats in Longmont on Mondays for great music and food... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
Summer concert guide 2016Festival in Loveland has everything you need. If relaxing small town afternoon
Summer concert guide 2016
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted 24 days ago
Festival in Loveland has everything you need. If relaxing small town afternoons are more your style, there are plenty of weekly performances up and down the Front Range. Stop by Prospect Eats in Longmont on Mondays for great music and food... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
Boulder restaurant news: liquor at Span-ish, brunch at Next DoorAt long last, Span-ish, 1143 13th St., Boulder, received its liquor license lat
Boulder restaurant news: liquor at Span-ish, brunch at Next Door
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted 27 days ago
At long last, Span-ish, 1143 13th St., Boulder, received its liquor license late last month. Now diners can enjoy Chef Ado Salguero's specialties such as chicken marsala, seared scallops with pesto and fried brussels spouts with pistachios... Read more
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AdWeek
Programming Content Helps Set Defy Media Apart From Other Multichannel Networksblocking anyone else's ability to buy for this audience," said CEO Matt Diamond
Programming Content Helps Set Defy Media Apart From Other Multichannel Networks
AdWeek / Posted 27 days ago
blocking anyone else's ability to buy for this audience," said CEO Matt Diamond. "We're only going to offer this on a weekly basis." That means there are only 52 spots available for each of the four verticals. Diamond said Amazon is... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
Five questions spring from Boulder's tour of Portland and EugeneThe stated purpose of Boulder officials' recent study tour in Oregon was to gat
Five questions spring from Boulder's tour of Portland and Eugene
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted a month ago
The stated purpose of Boulder officials' recent study tour in Oregon was to gather facts and exchange perspectives with leaders from Portland and Eugene on such critical issues as housing affordability, homelessness and the ever evolving face of... Read more
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Daily Herald
Suburban painter Norma Simone lived the 'artful' lifeto the Chicago area, settling first in Elgin and then back in Hoffman Estates t
Suburban painter Norma Simone lived the 'artful' life
Daily Herald / Posted 1 months ago
to the Chicago area, settling first in Elgin and then back in Hoffman Estates to be closer to grandchildren. She wrote a weekly column for Pioneer Press and also contributed theater critiques and local features. Mostly, though, Simone continued... Read more

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