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Adventure

Adapting the backcountry

Vasu Sojitra takes on some of the steepest slopes, and he never forgets his crutches

Most everyone who’s snapped on a pair of skis has, at one point or another, found themselves staring down some steep, snow-laden hill, wondering how the hell they’re going to get down it. Now, imagine being at the top of that same hill, only you don’t have a pair of skis, you only have one.

Stew's Views

Can a business do well and do good?

(or even because it does good)

By Stewart Sallo

As we pass another milestone in the Boulder Weekly journey — this one with a big 21 prominently displayed — I have a confession to make about this newspaper that has never been shared with our readers: Boulder Weekly is a corporation. You read that right: a corporation. And I’m not talking about a nonprofit corporation (although, believe me, there have been times in the not-too-distant past where the term “nonprofit” would have been hitting the nail squarely on the head).

Music

Eminence Ensemble works hard for the music

Band does DIY tour-booking and festival creation

By Dave Kirby

We had made the mistaken assumption that our inability to get Eminence Ensemble drummer Tanner Bardin by phone last Tuesday, bouncing off a full-and-not-accepting voicemail box, was a ski-hooky thing.

News

STORIES WORTH TELLING

By Joel Dyer

I was speaking to a classroom full of journalism students a few years back when one of them asked, “How do you decide whom to interview?” At first, I just thought this question was another example of how far our J-schools have fallen in recent years...

Boulderganic

Fire mitigation tangles with marketplace

Homeowners needing work done to keep insurance struggle to find willing contractors

By Caitlin Rockett

So in January of last year, the county rolled out a program called Wildfire Partners, a group of specialists tasked with helping these residents assess vulnerabilities in their property and do work — from large jobs like cutting trees and replacing...

NEWS
News

STORIES WORTH TELLING

By Joel Dyer

I was speaking to a classroom full of journalism students a few years back when one of them asked, “How do you decide whom to interview?” At first, I just thought this question was another example of how far our J-schools have fallen in recent years...

 
 
BOULDERGANIC
Boulderganic

Fire mitigation tangles with marketplace

Homeowners needing work done to keep insurance struggle to find willing contractors

By Caitlin Rockett

So in January of last year, the county rolled out a program called Wildfire Partners, a group of specialists tasked with helping these residents assess vulnerabilities in their property and do work — from large jobs like cutting trees and replacing...

 
 
ENTERTAINMENT
Screen

IFS packs its schedule with female directors and its first 3D screening

A new season starts up for IFS

By Amanda Moutinho

“Our goal is to provide a range of titles that honor the past as well as the present,” Kjolseth says. “Making sure to sprinkle in enough gems that might have been overlooked, or that otherwise wouldn’t be seen, along with titles that people really want to see.

 
 
ADVENTURE
Adventure

Adapting the backcountry

Vasu Sojitra takes on some of the steepest slopes, and he never forgets his crutches

Most everyone who’s snapped on a pair of skis has, at one point or another, found themselves staring down some steep, snow-laden hill, wondering how the hell they’re going to get down it. Now, imagine being at the top of that same hill, only you don’t have a pair of skis, you only have one.

 
 
CUISINE
Cuisine

Raised locally

Chef from Boulder wins ‘The Taste’ reality television competition

By Matt Cortina

I like to relate food to sex, honestly, because I think it’s pretty similar,” says Gabe Kennedy. “I don’t ever want to be overtly sexual about it, but there’s not much we put in our body. Like we put in food and water, and some people put in a penis. It’s pretty intimate.

 
 
Opinion
Views

It was no ‘Charlie Hebdo’ but Boulder’s Clancy’s Bookstore did its share to fight censorship

By Dave Anderson

In January 1965, Len Barron — a CU student in his 30s — found out that Clancy was in financial trouble. He helped organize a testimonial program to honor Clancy and raise money for the store. Tickets were $5 each. The event included music, drama and poetry reading.

 
 
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