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Want to build a great sounding interconnect for your high-performance audio system? Paul shows us how and why.

When I am hungry I order more food than I should
When a track of music floats my boat I often want to turn up the volume level—and when it sinks my ship the level goes down.
Our moods dictate our actions because we're emotionally based creatures (whether we want to admit to it or not).
As an engineer at heart, I often have delusions about my logical Spock-like approach to decision making, yet for the most part, I can see right through…

Ciders pressed from foraged fruit are edgy, earthy, exhilaratingly dry and a worthy match for wintry dishes.

Federal prosecutors in Manhattan are investigating the business practices of hotelier brothers whose legal entities New York City has paid tens of millions of dollars to house homeless New Yorkers during the past five years, according to people familiar with the matter.

A potential continuation of the ongoing partial federal shutdown can affect economic growth in Boulder County. And while the shutdown is not making businesses feel better, particularly when they think of making investments, hiring and sales expansions, they are cautiously optimistic going forward.
That was among the good and bad highlighted Thursday by Richard Wobbekind during his address to a crowd of about 400 people at the 12th annual Economic Forecast.

The Recording Academy announced the first group of artists to perform on this year’s 61st annual Grammy Awards: nominees Camila Cabello, Cardi B, Dan + Shay, Post Malone, Shawn Mendes, Janell…

Adrienne Walker, a TSA employee in Atlanta, said her pantry is stocked, even though she has been working without pay during the partial government shutdown. But she knows her colleagues with children need groceries more than she does.

“Tyga…. TYGA? TYGA???” Soulja Boy’s recent interview on New York radio show “The Breakfast Club” included this meme-worthy line. Barely 24 hours after sitting down wit…

North Korea's lead negotiator in nuclear talks with the US, Kim Yong Chol, arrived in Washington Thursday, just hours after President Donald Trump rolled out a new missile defense strategy that appears to contradict his own claim that Pyongyang is no longer a nuclear threat.

A keystone Boulder scientific institution received a glimmer of good news this week in the midst of the federal government shutdown when funding came through from the National Science Foundation, putting on hold emergency plans to make employees choose between a furlough or working for half-pay on a "voluntary" basis.

Naomi Watts has been cast in the lead role in the upcoming Quibi series “Wolves and Villagers,” Variety has learned exclusively. The exact plot of the short-form series is being kept un…

The University of Colorado on Thursday announced a $4 billion fundraising campaign, a figure that dwarfs previous campaigns.

A zebra's stripes are known to protect it from blood-sucking insects, as well as acting as camouflage. Now new research suggests that being stripy may also work for people in remote tribal communities who paint their bodies in monochrome shades.

After a four-year feasibility study, Boulder County Parks & Open Space, the city of Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks and Colorado Parks and Wildlife released their final recommendation for a multi-use trail connecting Eldorado Canyon State Park to Walker Ranch Open Space on Thursday, affirming their preliminary recommendation made in November to use the north route.

Boulder County could see some snow over the long holiday weekend.
Despite temperatures in the 50s on Thursday, local meteorologist Matt Kelsch said snow could begin falling Friday, with the National Weather Service calling for a 50 percent chance of snow and a high of 41 degrees.

BOULDER — Techstars, the worldwide entrepreneur accelerator group, has launched a new offering for entrepreneurs, alumni and mentors in its network. Techstars Studio is a new offering — starting in Boulder — that will help the founders associated with the Techstars network validate, prototype and launch new ideas. While Techstars is known for its accelerator programs — where early-stage entrepreneurs go through a multiple-week cohort developing…

Emergent artists from across the EU are in Groningen this week to play showcases for music festival bookers, and several award shows took place Wednesday evening to toast top talent. Accordingly, b…

A behavioral economist answers questions about how to motivate workers, long-term relationships and noise-sensitive neighbors

Mj Rodriguez and Nico Santos are set to announce the nominees for the 30th annual GLAAD Media Awards. The “Pose” star and “Crazy Rich Asians” funny man will make the announcement during a live-stre…

Two more Colorado credit unions have joined the effort to to help their members impacted by the ongoing federal government shutdown.

LOVELAND — The Northern Colorado Economic Alliance is partnering with three Northern Colorado chambers of commerce and will add Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce president David May, Loveland Chamber of Commerce president Mindy McCloughan and Greeley Area Chamber of Commerce president Sarah MacQuiddy to its board of directors. The Loveland-based alliance, rebranded last year as OneNoCo, aims to bolster economic development in Northern Colorado by…