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Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s (CPW) two predator management plans have been ensnared in contention and doubt regarding their scientific legitimacy and underlying purpose since being unanimously approved by CPW Commissioners in December 2016 (see Boulder Weekly’s “Off target,” Feb....

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In a volatile and anxious time when people’s lives are being upended, cautious middle-of-the-roaders fail to inspire while those who propose big alternative visions get heard. That’s why Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump touched a nerve in the last...

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About an hour’s drive north from Boulder’s city center, a small cabin-like structure sits nestled tightly between three healthy Ponderosa pines. Its south face, with seven giant triple-pane windows, overlooks Rocky Mountain National Park and lets in rays of...

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It’s spring. The sun is out, the snow is soft and the decks... well, the decks are warm and the beer is cold. Spring is often the forgotten season in Colorado’s high country. Sure, it’s easy to be sucked...

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Creative programming, extensive community engagement and thoughtful collaborations have paid off for the Boulder Philharmonic. The big reward comes this week. Their next concert, Saturday, March 25, will be repeated Tuesday, March 28, at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C.,...

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Parents and concert-goers know the truth: If you snooze, you lose when it comes to summer camps and Red Rocks shows. The same is true for Colorado’s growing menu of stellar summer food-related festivals and classes. If you wait...
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