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  • Latest Food News

    Calling all foodies and food-lovers! Here's the update on what's happening in the Boulder food scene: Flatirons Film Festival’s Benefit Tickets are now on sale for “Film, Chefs, and Glorious Song: The Flatirons Food Film Benefit,” the Flatirons Food Film Festival’s second annual benefit event. Sold out last year, this year’s benefit will again feature small plates by celebrated local

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  • Arugula Launches Major Changes with “Spring...

    Arugula launches a new “inspired by the moment, inspired by farmers” menu format, new chef, new wine pairing dishes, and a newly redesigned dining room. Over the past few months, Arugula has been working behind the scenes on some major restaurant updates to both its menu and its dining environment. Ever since opening in 2009, Chef/Proprietor Alec Schuler has had

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  • Freshii on The Hill: Bright, Refreshing, Delicious

    Eat. Energize. That’s Freshii’s motto. This is a repost of Colorado food blogger Grace Boyle’s original post on her blog, Grace(full) Plate, and her Facebook page Boulder Food News. Based in Boulder, Grace Boyle has a phenomenal palate and unquenchable love for food. The Boulder Source is very happy that Grace is sharing her wonderful culinary articles with us. _______________________________ Freshii was started in 2005

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  • Forward Food Summit: Revolutionizing the Way We See Food

    I know you have heard it before; America is the only nation to struggle mightily with both obesity and hunger. Thirty-seven percent of adult Americans are obese, 74 percent are somewhat overweight and one-third of children are overweight or obese. On the flipside, 14 percent of American households struggle with food security. That translates to nearly 50 million people across

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  • Frozen Dead Guy Days celebration stays true in being unique...

      Nederland, Colorado continued to remain a “world-renowned spectacle” as thousands of people came together to commemorate the frozen soul of whom locals refer to as “Grandpa.” Every March, the town of Nederland holds the unique festival, Frozen Dead Guy Days, in tribute to Bredo Morstøl, “Grandpa.” Morstøl, who is frozen in a Tuff Shed on dry ice, high above

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  • Seven Ways to Make St. Paddy’s Day Luckier Than Ever

    On one special day in March, everybody gets to be a little Irish.   Regardless of whether or not you actually hail from the little island across the pond from London and enjoy regular dinners of corned beef and hash or haggis, St. Patrick’s Day is the one day a year we can all claim Irish heritage. With the Leprechaun's

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  • Flashback to the ’80s at Peak to Peak Charter School...

    Don those retro shoulder pads, jelly shoes, and leg warmers! Peak to Peak Charter School invites you to an evening of celebration and fundraising in '80s style! Located in Lafayette, Peak to Peak Charter School offers a unique opportunity that other public schools do not. Peak to Peak differentiates itself not only by the fact that it is a K-12

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