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Quilt-A-Fair goes ruby red (and white) for 40th anniversary - Thu, 20 Sep 2018
This weekend, the Colorado Quilting Council will celebrate 40 years of promoting and celebrating quilting in the state at its annual Quilt-A-Fair, which will be held inside the Exhibit Building at the Boulder County Fairgrounds in Longmont.

Stone Age Fair brings rare view of priceless artifacts to Loveland - Thu, 20 Sep 2018
An event that brings together archaeological artifacts found across the U.S., the Stone Age Fair is "the most prestigious event of its kind in the country" and "a Loveland treasure."

Review: Gabee Coffee wows with brewed artistry - Thu, 20 Sep 2018
Gabee Coffee, which coincidentally or not shares a name with one of Taipei's most famed cafes, brings Asian coffee culture to Boulder with smashing results. This 28th Street venue, formerly home to a chain sandwich shop, is a friendly and casual welcoming spot.

Nutrition Talk: Balancing the 'sunshine vitamin' - Thu, 20 Sep 2018
Vitamin D plays many roles in our bodies. It promotes the absorption of calcium in our guts. It helps deposit calcium and phosphorous in our bones to keep them strong. It helps to regulate cell growth and maintain optimal calcium levels in our blood, and it plays a role in immune function and reducing inflammation.

November Project vibe hits Boulder with early-rising 'Ascenders' - Wed, 19 Sep 2018
The Ascenders Project is a pledge group for the larger November Project in Denver, which is too far for an early-morning workout. It also caters to people visiting from out of town. The November Project was launched in Boston in 2011, as a free, open-to-the-public exercise group and has since grown to dozens of cities.

Boulder County Farmers Markets: It's a good week for a leek - Wed, 19 Sep 2018
It's leek week at the market. It's not about the garlic, onion or scallion - it's all about the leek, which is a bit onion-y, a little bitter like garlic and is tall and slender like a scallion.

Review: Rosalee's PIzzeria in Longmont needs a flavor boost, but crusts are ace - Mon, 17 Sep 2018
While Rosalee's crust literally proves a solid foundation to the pies, other aspects of the dining experience could be better. The service game needs to be stepped up, particularly on busy nights. Although some items like salads and garlic knots are fine as is, the pies themselves could benefit from refinement, particularly when it comes to the toppings' flavor quotient.

Workout review: Take hip-hop moves from studio to street at Streetside - Thu, 13 Sep 2018
Hip-hop is a catch-all term for numerous styles, like break dancing, house dance, popping and locking. Every class is different and you can learn a variety of styles. Instructor Rico Changeux showed us a series of moves that we practiced and then added them on to the first set of choreography.

Booze column: Colorado's ciders are the real apple-pickin' deal - Wed, 12 Sep 2018
The hard-cider revolution first blossomed across Colorado about five years ago, and today it's in full flower. Aurora's Haykin and Clear Fork Cider in Denver, try to use as much Colorado fruit as possible in their elixirs.

Dragon tongues for dinner: Green beans in season at local farmers markets - Wed, 12 Sep 2018
The dependable green bean is in stock at the Boulder County Farmers Markets in all its glory - yellow, purple, green and the unique dragon-tongue variety.