The case of the missing winter squash

In Boulder, Colorado:

  • Dried beans and squash go missing at local farmers' markets.
  • A very Boulder explanation of the popular Twitter acronym GTL.
  • Local non-profits got excited for 'Colorado Gives' day, a 24-hour donation marathon that can bring in thousands of extra dollars.
  • Income dropped 11 percent in the last decade.

Photo courtesy of Flickr user JoiseyShowAA. Submit pictures of your city to atlanticcities.postcard@gmail.com or add them to our Flickr page.

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