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Where’d that place go?

The downside of Boulder’s changing business landscape

By Boulder Weekly Staff

So here we are again some 20 years later with Boulder experiencing the loss of, or at least the relocation of, some of its best-known and most beloved businesses. The reasons for these latest changes are more varied this time around.

Adventure

This is play. Not work.

Brendan Leonard’s day job is to remind outdoorsy folks to have a little more fun

By Elizabeth Miller

When Brendan Leonard found the Banff Mountain Film Festival — and Denver’s Paramount Theatre — filled with puffy coat-wearing people cheering to outdoor exploits, he declared, “Yes, these are my people. I found my people. I imagine some people feel that at a Broncos game or whatever, but that was it for me.

Cuisine

Everything has value

A night in the kitchen at a Boulder homeless shelter provides a lesson in resourcefulness

By Matt Cortina

There’s a big atrium and a recreation room with a TV. Lights out at 10 p.m., lights on at 6 a.m. Dinner at 6:30 p.m., breakfast at 6:30 a.m.

Music

Your imaginary friend

Slow Magic says his anonymity keeps the focus on the music

By Kyle Eustice

Most musicians want to be known. Some even want photos of their faces plastered across the covers of high-profile music magazines and lining the walls of teenagers’ bedrooms. The allure of “celebrity” often fuels the desire to keep creating. Slow Magic, however, is an anomaly.

Boulderganic

Climate’s threat to wheat is rising by degrees

One degree of warming could cause devestating shortages of this staple

By Paul Brown

An international consortium of scientists have been testing wheat crops in laboratory and field trials in many areas of the world in changing climate condition and discovered that yields drop on average by 6 percent for every one degree Celsius rise in temperature.

NEWS
News

Quadriplegic patient afraid hospital will deport him to Mexico

Federal funding scheme is to blame

By Cassie Moore

If Cabrera were a U.S. citizen it would be about time that the Loveland hospital, which saved his life following a catastrophic car crash in December, would transfer him to a nursing home or long-term care facility.

 
 
BOULDERGANIC
Boulderganic

Climate’s threat to wheat is rising by degrees

One degree of warming could cause devestating shortages of this staple

By Paul Brown

An international consortium of scientists have been testing wheat crops in laboratory and field trials in many areas of the world in changing climate condition and discovered that yields drop on average by 6 percent for every one degree Celsius rise in temperature.

 
 
ENTERTAINMENT
Music

Three’s a crowd, but four’s a party

New producer gives The Devil Makes Three a new sound

By Alan Sculley

forming in Santa Cruz, California in 2002, the group had steadily improved as it developed its rollicking brand of rootsy acoustic music (which draws from bluegrass, country, jazz and pop) over the course of three studio albums — a 2002 selftitled debut, Longjohns, Boots, And A Belt.

 
 
ADVENTURE
Adventure

This is play. Not work.

Brendan Leonard’s day job is to remind outdoorsy folks to have a little more fun

By Elizabeth Miller

When Brendan Leonard found the Banff Mountain Film Festival — and Denver’s Paramount Theatre — filled with puffy coat-wearing people cheering to outdoor exploits, he declared, “Yes, these are my people. I found my people. I imagine some people feel that at a Broncos game or whatever, but that was it for me.

 
 
CUISINE
Cuisine

Everything has value

A night in the kitchen at a Boulder homeless shelter provides a lesson in resourcefulness

By Matt Cortina

There’s a big atrium and a recreation room with a TV. Lights out at 10 p.m., lights on at 6 a.m. Dinner at 6:30 p.m., breakfast at 6:30 a.m.

 
 
Opinion
Weed Between the Lines

Creating a national cannabis brand might be harder than you think

By Leland Rucker

I ran across several stories about Bethenny Frankel, a reality show personality, who, after apparently being spotted coming out of an Aspen dispensary and tweeting her delight at the experience, is rumored to be wanting to cash in on the cannabis business.

 
 
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