Ace of Bass
Walking along Pearl Street Mall, you can come across the most interesting people. One of them - Drew Vigil - brought a unique twist to the upright bass.
Check out more photos and a video of his performance here.
Above, Drew Vigil of Denver plays a blue bass and guitar in unique ways on the Pearl Street Mall on Friday. (Cliff Grassmick)
Football: CU Buffs' 2013 NFL draft hopefuls -
Keep your eye on these Buffs!
A look at the potential NFL draft picks from Colorado.
Stuck with a Sinkhole
Boulder residents found Folsom Street out of commission Thursday as city workers tackled a sinkhole caused by a water main break.
Read all about the local sinkhole, and check out a video and photo galleries from the scene.
Above, Workers look over a sink hole at Stadium Drive and Folsom in Boulder near the football stadium on the University of Colorado campus Thursday morning. (Paul Aiken)
Planets with Life Potential?
With help from craft and instruments developed at Ball Aerospace & Technologies, scientists believe they may have discovered planets with life potential via the Kepler spacecraft.
Read on for the full story.
Above, This artist’s concept shows the newly discovered planets named Kepler-62e and Kepler-62f. (Photo courtesy of the Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics - Associated Press)
The Passing of a Gentle Giant
Levi the Belgian draft horse, a Louisville, Colo. fixture, was euthanized last week after suffering a fractured shoulder.
His companion, Little King, has been withdrawn since, looking for his friend.
Read more here, and see a video of Levi and Little King.
Above, Levi the draft horse, left, and Little King, a quarter horse, walk around Bill Hofgard’s pasture last summer. (Photo courtesy of Rachel Woolf)
In The Midst Of The Horror
Boulder runners describe the scene as the bombs went off at the finish line of the Boston Marathon.
In the newsroom, calls and tweets all went out, hoping to make sure local runners were OK. And other papers were doing the same. Getting updates from our fellow papers in Loveland and Canon City, it was a time when all of us - when not staring at the updating coverage on the TV - hoped to hear from each and every Boulder resident to confirm that they were alright.
Their own accounts of the heartbreaking events are here.
Above, third-place womens’ finisher Kara Goucher, of Portland, Ore. and former Buff runner, reacts after crossing the finish line at the 113th running of the Boston Marathon Monday, April 20, 2009. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)