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Here’s the good news: America, overall, is a much less violent place than it used to be. Our reported violent-crime rate is almost half what it was in 1991. But here’s the bad: Mass shootings haven’t decreased. In fact,...

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The illegal airstrikes by the United States, Britain and France seem to be more of a publicity stunt to demonstrate the moral virtue of the so-called “civilized free world” than an attempt to end the misery of the Syrian...

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Early in her book, The Nature Fix, Florence Williams writes, “ think of nature as a luxury, not a necessity. We don’t recognize how much it elevates us, both personally and politically.” To counter this, Williams uses the book to...

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With the 2017-18 season winding down, it’s time to reboot for 2019. Sure, this winter wasn’t the greatest, as multiple storms drifted north of the Centennial State, but with ski and snowboard season passes at their lowest prices, it’s...

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The art of filmmaking can be tedious, admits director and producer Susan Polis Schutz. Projects can take years to complete, and after finishing her seventh film in mid-2017 she was ready for a break. But then she heard about the...

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There was a time when nobody thought about “dining” and “Longmont” in the same sentence. “When I was growing up, my parents always had to drive to Boulder for a date night dinner,” says Karen Stallard, membership director of...
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