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A unifying field of dreams

The biggest question of the day was: Is there a fundamental difference between the guys in the drab Dodger grays and the guys in the colorful Giants home uniforms?

By Stewart Sallo

Aron is a distant cousin of mine from L.A. with whom I had recently become acquainted. It turns out we share a love of baseball, and when he was in Boulder recently I invited him to play a game on my fast-pitch softball team.

News

The art of resilience

A year after the flood, a local photographer helps Jamestown continue to heal through an interactive photography project

By Caitlin Rockett

And then she lost. “I was devastated, just seriously flattened. I couldn’t leave my house,” Dyer says, recalling her depression. But when she did finally leave her Boulder home after a few days to get some food, she says she’ll never forget what happened.

Stage

Fringe central

Boulder International Fringe Festival to take over The Dairy Center for the Arts

By Josh Gross

Now that summer has ended and school is back in session, the calendar has rolled back around to one of Boulder’s most cherished shenanigans: The Boulder International Fringe Festival, in which dozens upon dozens of unusual, avantgarde and...

Cuisine

Eat a plant and spare a tree

New study warns that our diet could push planet to the brink

By Alex Kirby

Healthier diets — defined as meaning lower meat and dairy consumption — and reduced food waste are among the solutions needed to ensure food security and avoid dangerous climate change, the study says..

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To tap or not to tap?

The University of Colorado is considering more beer at Folsom Field

By Hudson Lindenberger

As an academic institution, CU’s mission is to educate the community and help prepare students for a career after graduation, but as a sports program, its mission is to put the best team of student athletes on the field and hopefully generate enough revenue to self-fund itself.

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A flood of data

A CU team examines how your tweets can help civil engineers build better structures

By Caitlin Rockett

It’s not news that there’s valuable information hidden within the noise of social media. There’s the obvious use for business marketing, but social media offers bigger gains for society at large.

 
 
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Open streets, open minds

A car-free day encourages Boulder residents to think about whether streets can be used for something other than cars

By Cassie Moore

The average pedestrian might not realize how wide Boulder’s sidewalks tend to be, and drivers might be annoyed at the barriers in the Goss Grove neighborhood that make 21st Street an impassable shortcut from Arapahoe Avenue to Canyon Boulevard.

 
 
ENTERTAINMENT
Books

Scientifically funny

Local authors travel the world searching for a unified theory of comedy

By Josh Gross

But the duo were not just in search of comedy itself, they were doing research on McGraw’s theory of why things are funny, something he calls the “benign violation” theory, simply described as “the idea that humor arises when something seems wrong or threatening, but is simultaneously OK or safe.

 
 
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Adventure

Ride, run and, above all, race

Boulder Cup cyclocross comes to Valmont Bike Park

By Elizabeth Miller

Hour-long cyclocross races are held on technical, hilly circuits and demand a high level of bike handling skill and physical fitness.

 
 
CUISINE
Cuisine

Eat a plant and spare a tree

New study warns that our diet could push planet to the brink

By Alex Kirby

Healthier diets — defined as meaning lower meat and dairy consumption — and reduced food waste are among the solutions needed to ensure food security and avoid dangerous climate change, the study says..

 
 
Opinion
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Battle brews on living wages

By Dave Anderson

On Sept. 4, fast food workers went on strike in 159 American cities. Hundreds were arrested for acts of non-violent civil disobedience. It was the latest escalation in a campaign for a $15 minimum wage and the right to form a union without retaliation..

 
 
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