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ON THE MEND
Two ducklings - after being saved by a Boulder resident from two children throwing rocks at them - are healing at Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center.
A sad story, but we’re all cheering for these little ones.
Read all about their status here.
Noonie Yaron, a licensed wildlife rehabilitator at Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center near Longmont, works on a wounded duckling Thursday. Witnesses said two ducklings were injured in Boulder by kids throwing rocks. (Photo by Jeremy Papasso, Daily Camera Staff Photographer)

ON THE MEND

Two ducklings - after being saved by a Boulder resident from two children throwing rocks at them - are healing at Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center.

A sad story, but we’re all cheering for these little ones.

Read all about their status here.

Noonie Yaron, a licensed wildlife rehabilitator at Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center near Longmont, works on a wounded duckling Thursday. Witnesses said two ducklings were injured in Boulder by kids throwing rocks. (Photo by Jeremy Papasso, Daily Camera Staff Photographer)

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How You Like Them Apples?
Sure, we have a great beer reputation. Yes we’ve got wineries pumping out quality vino. But now Boulder County’s turning its libation eye toward cideries, with a few in the planning stages. Check out the full story here.
(David Tegtmeier, operations manager, sterilizes tanks at Rocky Mountain Wild Cider in Firestone. Photo by Mark Leffingwell, Daily Camera)

How You Like Them Apples?

Sure, we have a great beer reputation. Yes we’ve got wineries pumping out quality vino. But now Boulder County’s turning its libation eye toward cideries, with a few in the planning stages. Check out the full story here.

(David Tegtmeier, operations manager, sterilizes tanks at Rocky Mountain Wild Cider in Firestone. Photo by Mark Leffingwell, Daily Camera)

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A Choke by Any Other Name
Daily Camera columnist Beth Pilar takes you through the story of the Jerusalem artichoke, and some great-tasting ways to prepare them yourself. Check out the story and recipes here.
(Jerusalem artichokes make a marvelous soup. Photo by Marmaduke Scarlet, a courtesy photo for the Daily Camera)

A Choke by Any Other Name

Daily Camera columnist Beth Pilar takes you through the story of the Jerusalem artichoke, and some great-tasting ways to prepare them yourself. Check out the story and recipes here.

(Jerusalem artichokes make a marvelous soup. Photo by Marmaduke Scarlet, a courtesy photo for the Daily Camera)

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It’s Been A Wet One
This January was one of the wettest in Boulder history, despite a long sun-filled streak mixed in with the snow. The Boulder Daily Camera’s weather historian, William Callahan, looks at the month as a whole. Read his full story here.
(Mary Jane Howell skis at North Boulder Park on Jan. 31, 2014. Photo by Cliff Grassmick, Daily Camera)

It’s Been A Wet One

This January was one of the wettest in Boulder history, despite a long sun-filled streak mixed in with the snow. The Boulder Daily Camera’s weather historian, William Callahan, looks at the month as a whole. Read his full story here.

(Mary Jane Howell skis at North Boulder Park on Jan. 31, 2014. Photo by Cliff Grassmick, Daily Camera)

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A First for Boulder’s Marijuana Scene
Boulder medical marijuana dispensary Terrapin Care Station could begin selling pot to the general public as early as Feb. 18 if the state licensing process goes smoothly, the shop’s owner said Thursday.
The dispensary at the corner of Folsom Street and Canyon Boulevard, the site of a former coffee shop, could become the first recreational marijuana store in the city of Boulder.
Read the full story here.
(Kris Knox, bud tender, bags an order of marijuana for a customer at Terrapin Care Station in Boulder on Jan. 30. Terrapin Care Station is one a few medical marijuana dispensaries that has receive a license for recreational sales of marijuana. Photo by Mark Leffingwell, Daily Camera)

A First for Boulder’s Marijuana Scene

Boulder medical marijuana dispensary Terrapin Care Station could begin selling pot to the general public as early as Feb. 18 if the state licensing process goes smoothly, the shop’s owner said Thursday.

The dispensary at the corner of Folsom Street and Canyon Boulevard, the site of a former coffee shop, could become the first recreational marijuana store in the city of Boulder.

Read the full story here.

(Kris Knox, bud tender, bags an order of marijuana for a customer at Terrapin Care Station in Boulder on Jan. 30. Terrapin Care Station is one a few medical marijuana dispensaries that has receive a license for recreational sales of marijuana. Photo by Mark Leffingwell, Daily Camera)

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February Beers Are Going Dark
For Boulder’s Mountain Sun pubs, February is a time to celebrate the stout.
“Taps at all four Mountain Sun pubs — Mountain Sun, Southern Sun and Under the Sun Eatery and Taphouse in Boulder, along with Vine Street Pub and Brewery in Denver — will give in to the dark side throughout February for the brewpub’s annual Stout Month celebration.”
Read the full story by our beer correspondent, Tom Wilmes, here.
And for events happening around Boulder this weekend, our Colorado Daily’s nightlife columnist, Alexandra Sieh, has a few suggestions here.
*Spoiler: There’s a local brewery with a lot on the line this Sunday.*
(Stout Month at the Vine Street Pub in Denver. Photo by Mark Leffingwell)

February Beers Are Going Dark

For Boulder’s Mountain Sun pubs, February is a time to celebrate the stout.

Taps at all four Mountain Sun pubs — Mountain Sun, Southern Sun and Under the Sun Eatery and Taphouse in Boulder, along with Vine Street Pub and Brewery in Denver — will give in to the dark side throughout February for the brewpub’s annual Stout Month celebration.”

Read the full story by our beer correspondent, Tom Wilmes, here.

And for events happening around Boulder this weekend, our Colorado Daily’s nightlife columnist, Alexandra Sieh, has a few suggestions here.

*Spoiler: There’s a local brewery with a lot on the line this Sunday.*

(Stout Month at the Vine Street Pub in Denver. Photo by Mark Leffingwell)

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Get Your Snow Photo Fill Here
We’ve got photos from across Boulder from the “Pineapple Express” snow system that swept across the state. Check it out here.
(Tim McCormack, of the Where the Buffalo Roam clothing store, shovels snow for his neighbors on Pearl Street. Photo by Cliff Grassmick, Daily Camera)

Get Your Snow Photo Fill Here

We’ve got photos from across Boulder from the “Pineapple Express” snow system that swept across the state. Check it out here.

(Tim McCormack, of the Where the Buffalo Roam clothing store, shovels snow for his neighbors on Pearl Street. Photo by Cliff Grassmick, Daily Camera)

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An Investigation at University of Colorado
The University of Colorado today made public an independent investigation that found pervasive sexual harassment and bullying within the Boulder campus’ philosophy department, a report that has now led administrators to remove the department chair and suspend all graduate student admissions into the department until at least the fall of 2015.
The review — conducted at CU’s request by the American Philosophical Association’s Committee on the Status of Women Site Visit Program — comes just days after the university released a report showing the Boulder campus is meeting the legal requirements under Title IX, the federal gender equity and non-discrimination law.
Read the full story here.
(The CU philosophy department’s office in the Hellems Building on the Boulder campus. Photo by Mark Leffingwell, Daily Camera)

An Investigation at University of Colorado

The University of Colorado today made public an independent investigation that found pervasive sexual harassment and bullying within the Boulder campus’ philosophy department, a report that has now led administrators to remove the department chair and suspend all graduate student admissions into the department until at least the fall of 2015.

The review — conducted at CU’s request by the American Philosophical Association’s Committee on the Status of Women Site Visit Program — comes just days after the university released a report showing the Boulder campus is meeting the legal requirements under Title IX, the federal gender equity and non-discrimination law.

Read the full story here.

(The CU philosophy department’s office in the Hellems Building on the Boulder campus. Photo by Mark Leffingwell, Daily Camera)

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Nepalese cuisine that’s battle-tested

While the term Gurkha originally referred to a group of indigenous Nepalese people, it also has become synonymous with that mountain nation’s legendary soldiers enlisted in the British and Indian armies. One Indian Army chief of staff once said of these warriors’ considerable valor, “If a man says he is not afraid of dying, he is either lying or is a Gurkha.”

Read the full story by the Daily Camera’s dining critic Clay Fong here.
(Curkhas serves up a generous portion of lamb Sekuwa. Photo by Paul Aiken, Daily Camera)

Nepalese cuisine that’s battle-tested

While the term Gurkha originally referred to a group of indigenous Nepalese people, it also has become synonymous with that mountain nation’s legendary soldiers enlisted in the British and Indian armies. One Indian Army chief of staff once said of these warriors’ considerable valor, “If a man says he is not afraid of dying, he is either lying or is a Gurkha.”

Read the full story by the Daily Camera’s dining critic Clay Fong here.

(Curkhas serves up a generous portion of lamb Sekuwa. Photo by Paul Aiken, Daily Camera)

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