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It’s a long way to North Dakota at 40 mph. We found that out last Thursday evening, Nov. 17, when a carload of journalists — including three of us representing Boulder Weekly — headed to the Dakota Access Pipeline...

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A nation’s border is nothing in and of itself. It’s just an inanimate line that has no philosophy, personality, feelings or meaning — beyond what people on either side attribute to it. Unfortunately, thanks to Donnie Trump’s xenophobic demagoguery in this...

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Energy conservation and efficiency programs tend to benefit people who own their homes. But a new program in Boulder aims to make home energy efficiency available to more renters as well, especially low-income renters. “We were concerned that there were...

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As resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) in North Dakota has grown throughout the year, Scott Mackenzie-Low felt the personal call to join the protest growing too loud to ignore. An activist, artist and avid cyclist (and seasoned...

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Shifting gears” is one of those colloquialisms that, once hatched as an automotive term, has slithered its way into the irretrievably tainted waters of everyday speech. But it also aptly applies to musicians like Jason Hann, who glides effortlessly...

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Once, as I was walking across the intersection of 30th Street and Arapahoe Avenue, a carload of tourists at a stoplight asked me for a great place to eat in Boulder. My answer was a favorite little joint in...
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