Author Archives: Tyler Dock

  • Boulder’s A-Lodge is A+

    Founders, owners, and CU Boulder college friends Asa Firestone and Kris Klauber of Boulder A-Lodge are putting the "venture" into "adventure" as they continue to enhance and perfect their "proper adventure lodge" for Boulder. First of all, what is an adventure lodge? Klauber explains, "It's a new startup hotel concept. We want people who are into nature, into community, into

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  • Butcher & The Blonde Make Their Food Dreams Come True

    Once upon a time… The Butcher, Tom, born in Connecticut and raised in Colorado, met The Blonde, Caitlin, who hails from nearby Lafayette. Their story begins in the kitchen of Nissi’s, a restaurant situated just outside of Boulder where The Butcher worked as the head chef while The Blonde served. With their love at full boil, Caitlin spent a summer

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  • The Ride of a Lifetime

    Josh Crane is a passionate coffee and outdoor enthusiast from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Naturally, Boulder and CU were the perfect fit for his school and life. If a degree in business marketing and finance was not enough to keep him busy, Josh also had dreams of supporting his community in the medical profession. After graduation from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, he moved

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  • Rollicking Time at Frozen Dead Guy Days

    What a scene in the town of Nederland! The only thing that was stiff at this festival was cryogenically perserved Grandpa Bredo, soon to be 109 years old and the inspiration for the event. This was the fourteenth year of the event, but my first experience attending. Although the weather can be tricky this time of year up in Ned,

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  • Buffs better, but on a long road

    The Buffs put up a fight against Utah in their final game of the season this past Saturday. Going down 21-0 early, the Buffs showed some resilience and heart as they battled their way back into the game before finally losing 24-17.  The Buffs have a lot to look forward to with a core of young players earning valuable experience

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  • Cold home finale

    It was a tough night in Boulder as the Buffs just couldn't keep up with the USC Trojans, losing 47-29 this past Saturday in CU's final home game of the season. A few late touchdowns were too little too late to atone for absolutely dismal  first half performance. After two quarters, the Buffs could manage only 43 yards passing on

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  • Buffs breakthrough in Pac-12

    The Buffs snapped their 14-game losing streak in the Pac-12 Conference on a cold evening  in Boulder. Just their fourth win over a Pac-12 opponent since they  joined the conference prior to the 2011 season came two years after the Buffs earned their first victory in the conference over Arizona. More surprisingly, the Buffs kept their bowl hopes alive for

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