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Drumbeat of war grows louder

An examination of the escalating violence in Gaza from inside the Palestinian territories

By Haley Gray

When Boulder Weekly freelancer Haley Gray — who speaks fluent Arabic — told us she was going to spend a few months in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, we made arrangements for her to write a few stories. We had no idea that tensions between Israelis and Palestinians in the region would escalate to the levels we are now seeing.


A promise kept

Immediately following last September’s devastating flood, Craig Ferguson vowed to have his Planet Bluegrass festival grounds rebuilt better than ever in time for RockyGrass. Truth be told, a lot of folks thought that was impossible.

By Joel Dyer

Within days of being hit by the flood, despite all the carnage he had witnessed, Ferguson announced to the world that his Planet Bluegrass Ranch would be ready for festival-goers by the time RockyGrass arrived a short 10 months later on July 25, 2014.


Hangover killers

Dining out at midnight

By Grace Boyle

Summer is more than here — it’s hangover. Be sure you have cash on hand kicking hard. That means it’s because they don’t take credit cards. the perfect time to enjoy the Illegal Pete’s:.


Delta blues

‘The Great Flood’ makes a case for one of rock and roll’s most unsung events

By Brian Palmer

The great Mississippi River flood of 1927 began when more than 100 levees broke early in the year. It resulted in more than 27,000 square miles of land being flooded, lasted for almost eight months, and is the most destructive flood in the history of the United States.


Blasters from the past

Man or Astro-man? brings space madness back to the touring circuit

By Josh Gross

The kings of ´90s space-rock are back on the touring circuit and coming to Colorado.


Put your money where your mouth is

Students ask CU to divest from fossil fuels 

By Steven Kreimendahl

Raitz says the focus of the current campaign by Fossil Free CU is to show how the divestment would benefit the campus by bringing in talented leadership and students in the environmental and social entrepreneurial fields.


Come to this maybe amazing show and hear some things that are only partly true

Todd Snider on his book and his new band

By Elizabeth Miller

Dear suburbs: Todd Snider and his new band, the Hard Working Americans, are coming after you and any other self-proclaimed “hard working American” who’s stood behind the safety of a picket fence to look down on other people.


Far from tapping out

Olympic hopeful boxer channels thirst for medals to coaching at Boulder’s new boxing gym

By Cayte Bosler

Carrie Barry worked for years to be the first American female boxer at the Olympics. It didn´t happen. Here´s how she bounced back.

Restaurant Review

Boiling point

Afternoon tea at The Huckleberry is a nice way to simmer down

By Josh Gross

Just one thing I want to know: how come I have to be Mr. Pink?” my co-worker Caitlin Rockett asked on our way to The Huckleberry in old town Louisville. But we weren’t headed there to pull a Reservoir Dogs; we were going to have a tea party.

Danish Plan

Gaza and ‘game changers’

By Paul Danish

Gaza could also be demilitarized by the expulsion of Hamas, and its evil twin Islamic Jihad. So how likely is it that either of those things will happen? A lot more likely than it was on Monday, July 7.