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The Buff Restaurant is On the Move
“Late last week, the popular Boulder brunch spot settled in at 2600 Canyon Blvd., making a quick roam across the street from its previous home at the core of the now-shuttered Best Western Golden Buff Lodge.”
Read on here.
And if you do, you’ll also get a great infographic mapping Boulder hotels in the planning stages, and more photos from The Buff Restaurant. Worth it.
(Photo by Jeremy Papasso, The Daily Camera: Don Jensen, of Lafayette, looks at a menu before ordering lunch on Tuesday, Jan. 14, at the Buff Restaurant’s new location near 16th Street and Canyon Boulevard in Boulder)
Goddamn, where did the role of fun go? It’s really hard to have fun. Everyone’s so sensitive. —
As quoted from Patti Adler, a professor at the University of Colorado in Boulder who teaches “Deviance in U.S. Society”.
Amid a controversy with the university, Adler has announced that she will be retiring this summer.
Read about the controversy - and the resolution - here.
Story by Sarah Kuta, Camera Staff Writer
The Outfit’s In Town
Check it. The Outfit came into the newsroom this week, performing in our in-house studio. Check out their performance and interviews here.
All part of the Boulder Daily Camera’s Second Story Garage studio. You should also check out our Colorado Daily’s Tumblr here, and follow for more band videos and updates.
(Photo by Paul Aiken, Daily Camera)
Cyclocross National Championships are up and running here in Boulder. Valmont Bike Park has bee taken over by cyclists ready to get dirty for a chance to win. Read on.
Stephen Colburn, left, battles with John Cribari down Pete’s Plunge, an off-camber right-hand turn during the Men 45+ Non-Championship Race on Wednesday afternoon at the Valmont Bike Park during the USA Cycling National Championships in Boulder.
For more photos go to www.dailycamera.com.
(Photo by Paul Aiken)
Those feeling historically henpecked by backyard chicken restrictions in Boulder County can no longer cry fowl after a decision by the Louisville City Council on Monday night officially making it the last major municipality in the county to unscramble its poultry-punishing protocols. —
From one of our reporters. What a lede.
Basically the best sentence ever from John Aguilar, Chicken Reporter. (via coloradodaily)
Mount Sanitas Is Back Open
Jeff Gawrych, of Boulder, his sons Liam, 2, at right, Danny, 5, and Justin, 7, hike Mount Sanitas together on March 19, 2013, in Boulder.
After flooding took out various trails surrounding Boulder, officials have reopened Sanitas. Read on here.
Special Report: The Story of Boulder County’s 1,000-Year Rain
Two of our reporters swept readers away on an in-depth feature throughout the flood. First-hand reports from their experiences amid the waters and more. Click here to read on.
Photo by Lewis Geyer, Longmont Times-Call
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