In 2013, Livability ranked Boulder highly on its list of most livable U.S. cities. How did the community score a year later? Pretty damn well, as you'll see when you count down the photo-illustrated 2014 version, complete with Livability blurbs and the methodology used to come up with the order. To ... More >>
If Boulder was a person rather than a place, he or she would be getting a swelled head about now. Livability.com has just put together its list of the most livable U.S. cities, and Boulder is near the top. What a shock! How close? Count down the top ten below, complete with photos, plus text and ... More >>
With all its fancy production -- a soundtrack with barking dogs, gunfire, screams; misty quotes appearing and disappearing, mysterious red, white and blue lights illuminating artifacts -- the single-most stunning item in Collsion: The Sand Creek Massacre, 1860s-Today at History Colorado is a single ... More >>
Yesterday, we reported that Denver Police are now enforcing state drunk-cycling laws -- meaning intoxicated cyclists can be charged with DUIs just like inebriated drivers. Some cycling advocates question whether this is good public policy -- and a look at parallel laws around the country shows that ... More >>
We hear it all the time from the anti-cannabis crowd: "We've got to think of the kids!" It's the chief argument behind federal letters sent out over the last year shutting down dispensaries within 1,000 feet of schools. But what about the other, much more pressing risks that can be found just as clo ... More >>
Much of the media's focus in the second wave of reporting on the Aurora theater shooting has been on Dr. Lynne Fenton, a psychiatrist revealed to have cared for accused killer James Holmes. Recent coverage has whip-sawed from Fenton tributes supported by CU documents on view below to claims she coul ... More >>
The latest edition of the Princeton Review's top colleges tome, released this week, is an irony bonanza for CU-Boulder. The school, which topped Playboy's party school list last year, and finished third in Daily Beast party school rankings two weeks ago, is entirely absent from the Princeton Review ... More >>
Q: My husband and I were given a bottle of moscato as a gift about six years ago. Is it still drinkable, or should I toss it? Swirl Girl Answers: This is an eternal question in wine: How long should I/can I hold onto a wine before I drink it? As with so many wine-related queries, the answ ... More >>
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Judge John Kane has seen too many casualties in the War on Drugs. Now he demands a government retreat.
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Meet a truly dangerous prisoner. Literate. Political. Published. His teacher: the Birdman of Alcatraz.
CU WAGES A DRUG WAR OVER THE PRENATAL VITAMIN MATERNA.