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This buzz kills

Synthetic marijuana, a potent substitute for cannabis, is turning up in Boulder County

By Matt Cortina

Synthetic marijuana, commonly referred to as spice, is a combination of herbs and chemicals that are supposed to mimic the effects of marijuana. It is marketed as fake weed or incense and labeled as “not for human consumption.” Typically it is sold in foil packages with names like “Black Mamba,” “Legal Weed,” “K2,” or “Scooby Snax.

Adventure

PEDAL ON UP

The next generation of cyclists brings a wave of change to the sport, ushered in by some of those lost in the middle

By Elizabeth Miller

At the end of the cycling season a year after Timmy Duggan rode on the U.S. Olympic cycling team, he chose to retire. He was just 31 years old and on the edge of what could have been his best cycling years.

Arts

Vision quest

BOULDER ASKS WHAT LOCAL ART AND CULTURE WILL NEED BY 2023

By Josh Gross

“So what does Boulder culture look like in 2023, and then how does the city provide programs and tools to meet that?” The city will begin by surveying the public about arts and culture with a series of public discussions and web-surveys at www.BoulderArts.

News

Local humanitarian group gives Boulder City Council action plan for helping homeless

By Boulder Weekly Staff

Boulder Rights Watch has submitted recommendations to Boulder City Council that it believes will greatly help the city’s homeless community.

Cuisine

Warming something up

How climate change is altering your dinner

By Lorena Galliot

The world’s population is projected to top 9 billion by 2050, a 28 percent leap that will greatly increase the demand for food just as climate change is altering rainfall patterns and causing more frequent and widespread droughts.

BOULDERGANIC
Boulderganic

A bright future outside plastics

Local author charts a course toward a life without the modern era’s most ubiquitous material

By Elizabeth Miller

When Michael SanClements set out on an eco-dare to create no plastic waste for two weeks, he says it changed the way he saw the world by opening his eyes to just how prevalent plastics are. In his book, Plastic Purge: How to Use Less Plastic, Eat Better, Keep Toxins Out of Your Body, and Help Save the Sea Turtles, he documents a day in the life of a modern plastic consumer.

 
 
ENTERTAINMENT
Music

Thin air, heavy vibes

NedFest highlights music, beer and community

By Matt Cortina

Making their first appearance at the festival is Robert Randolph and the Family Band, who will headline Saturday night’s lineup. On Sunday, guitarists Paul Barrere and Fred Tackett of the band Little Feat will join “New Orleans Funk” band the New Orleans Suspects to close out the festival.

 
 
ADVENTURE
Adventure

PEDAL ON UP

The next generation of cyclists brings a wave of change to the sport, ushered in by some of those lost in the middle

By Elizabeth Miller

At the end of the cycling season a year after Timmy Duggan rode on the U.S. Olympic cycling team, he chose to retire. He was just 31 years old and on the edge of what could have been his best cycling years.

 
 
CUISINE
Restaurant Review

Fettuccine a la ESPN

The curious case of Carelli’s confusing plasma screens

By Josh Gross

It was a line of thought that was hard to ignore at Carelli’s, a generally pleasant sit-down on the corner of 30th and Baseline in Boulder, where the ambiance included a jazz band playing in the corner, soft lights rotating colors above the bar and a faceful of the Little League World Series making error after error after error.

 
 
Opinion
Weed Between the Lines

Boulder Valley schools won’t support Gov’s ‘rat cages’ campaign

By Leland Rucker

As you probably know by now, the Governor’s Office has launched a “Don’t Be A Lab Rat” campaign. Targeted at 12- to 15-year-olds, it kicked off Aug. 11 with lots of TV coverage, as well as ads on YouTube and before films in movie theaters. Large human-sized cages, complete with giant plastic Leland Rucker.

 
 
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