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Is Digital First prepping its newspapers for sale?

How a change in ownership may impact Boulder County and beyond.

By Joel Dyer

Trouble in newspaper-land: A draconian $100 million cut to the company that operates The Denver Post, Boulder Daily Camera, Longmont Times-Call, Loveland Reporter Herald, Broomfield Enterprise and Estes Park Trail-Gazette and more may be on the horizon, as well as potential sales.

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Ludlow, unions and politics

By Dave Anderson

Just last month, at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference, there was a panel on how to destroy the labor movement. It was moderated by Grover Norquist, an influential political strategist, who said unions are in decline but “they’re not dead yet.”

Cuisine

Eat and run

Sampling Boulder’s variety of food tours

By Grace Boyle

As the last snow begins to melt, flowers begin to bud and the temperatures rise, Boulder gears up to face the beautiful spring and summer months. One of the best ways to get the most out of spring is to take advantage of the nice weather and return of life with a good tour.

Music

Playing through the pain

Colorado native Katie Herzig channels tragedy into new album

By Brian Palmer

And before she could even think about performing, there was the issue of actually writing something. Herzig went nine months without writing any songs, and when she finally realized it was time to start, the prospect of doing so was daunting. Fortunately for Herzig, once she got going, she gradually started to heal.

Weed Between the Lines

CBS slaps down Weedmaps’ Times Square ad

By Leland Rucker

More good news about the end of cannabis prohibition. A new PEW poll indicates that 75 percent of voters say legalization is a foregone conclusion. Oregon Congressman Earl Blumenauer, who along with Rep.

NEWS
News

Fractious debate

Rep says state should study fracking’s impacts on our health

By Michael de Yoanna

For many — like those who voted for fracking bans — the answer to that question seems to be an obvious, “yes.” But for Ginal, a state representative from Fort Collins, finding the right answer is trickier than that. There’s not enough research Courtesy of Joann Ginal.

 
 
BOULDERGANIC
Boulderganic

Short film, big message

High school students explore climate change and agriculture in award-winning short film

By Caitlin Rockett

there was more work than time to do it — the students of Damian Tate’s Career Digital Arts program and Heather Riffel’s Urban Agriculture program at Arapahoe Ridge High School had seven weeks, from Jan. 6 to Feb. 21, to make a short film about how climate change affects agriculture.

 
 
ENTERTAINMENT
Screen

Origins of evil, zombies and a film festival on the rise

Stanley Film Festival lures in horror fans and filmmakers

By Elizabeth Miller

It’s a cool spring evening with a bit of a breeze coming in off the mountains — just enough to slam a few doors and lift a few curtains. Old iron gates swing on their hinges in the courtyard. Though it’s too dark to clearly see the surrounding peaks, there’s a suggestion of cloud cover in the sky, a storm blanketing the peaks.

 
 
ADVENTURE
Adventure

Climb aboard

Science of climbing class brings bouldering experience to kids

By Elizabeth Miller

On a chilly April morning, a school bus pulled up to the Alicia Sanchez Elementary School in Lafayette with some unusual cargo. It wasn’t full of children.

 
 
OPINION
The Highroad

U.S. Postal Service selling out workers and… America

By Jim Hightower

Not Walmart-style “jobettes,” but real jobs, stable ones with a good salary and benefits, union jobs so workers have a say in what goes on, jobs that have strong protections against discrimination. A job you could make a career, do useful work, take pride in it, earn promotions, and be respected for what you do.

 
 
CUISINE
Restaurant Review

Authentic Mexican Snickers bars

Mamacita’s goes beyond burritos

By Josh Gross

But a big part of that melting pot being in America is, of course, the need for there to be a giant, hideous television screen every single place you look.

 
 
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