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The New Gold Rush: Part I

As climate change, infrastructure projects and politics continue to imperil future access to water in the West, Boulder Weekly will be examining the landscape of water rights, markets and infrastructure in Colorado and beyond over the next several months. There...

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America is number one in health care! But before erupting in proud chants of USA! USA! — note that we’re only number one in health care spending. Ouch. America spends more per person on medical bills than any other advanced...

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Kendra Tupper is out to change the conversation around sustainability. Recently hired as the first Chief Sustainability Officer (CSO) for the City of Boulder, Tupper is tasked with examining the topic through a wider lens. “One of the driving forces...

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Born curious

Eduardo Garcia was born curious. It’s a curiosity that led him to explore “the coulees and sage flats” of his native southwest Montana as a young child, as well as travel the world as a private yacht chef. But...

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Boulder will see a classical-music double-header Sunday, Sept. 24 as the Takács Quartet and the Boulder Philharmonic both open their seasons the same day. The Takács goes first, at 4 p.m. in Grusin Music Hall on the CU campus with...

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Eric Lee has done a lot in the food industry. He’s worked every restaurant position from dishwasher to owner; he’s written a cookbook; and he’s managed catering companies, nightclubs and even the kitchen at a University of Colorado sorority...
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