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Adventure

Hope on the St. Vrain

A Lyons-based angler returns to a favorite fishing hole

By Greg Lowell

There was no expectation in this fishing trip; I was prepared to be disappointed. But the day was warm and sometimes it’s enough to stand in the river’s cool current and go through the motions. Trout were, it seemed, out of the question but there was a part of me that thought just maybe something had survived the monster flood of 2013.

Stage

Dancing on air

By Maalikah Hartley

I spent my childhood climbing trees and swinging on swings and spinning ‘til I got dizzy and fell down. And then I discovered dance,” says Nancy Smith. “And then many, many years later I saw people combining climbing, hanging, spinning, with dance. And that was the beginning.

News

Oil Boom, part II

How and why railroads keep oil train information from communities

By Matt Cortina

And so this brief part II to “Oil Boom” will take a look at why railroads are not required to tell citizens about oil trains, why this information needs to be a secret at all and how railroads are now working to enact soft oil transportation standards in order to save billions in revenue.

Cuisine

Teatime

Fifteenth annual Rocky Mountain Tea Festival aims to explain all the tea in China

By Maalikah Hartley

The first tea fest put on 15 years ago by Martinelli and his wife Sara was meant to bring a higher awareness of international tea culture to Boulder. Industry leaders came out to teach workshops and hold tea tastings for customers interested in premium, loose leaf tea, and the event had such a gratifying outcome that it expand-.

Music

Final week at CMF features aspects of love

It’s all about love.

By Peter Alexander

In Shchedrin’s score, the rhythms and dances from the opera have been distilled and concentrated. As Zeitouni explains it, “When you condense it into a 45-minute ballet, then suddenly the landscape is more compact and you just feel the dance energy all the time.

NEWS
News

Fracking ban court decision pushes conversation toward constitutional rights

National attention drawn to Colorado’s oil and gas preemption laws

By Elizabeth Miller

The lawsuit to defend Longmont’s voter approved fracking ban is moving on from the district court, where a judge issued a summary judgment against it, but a stay against fracking in Longmont while the case is appealed to a higher court.

 
 
BOULDERGANIC
Boulderganic

Report criticizes EPA oversight of injection wells

By Naveena Sadasivam, ProPublica

The report, released Monday, July 28, by the U.S. Government Accountability Office, is critical of the Environmental Protection Agency’s inconsistent handling of safety inspections, poor record keeping and failure to adjust its guidelines to adapt to...

 
 
ENTERTAINMENT
Music

Forever plaid

The Ghost Wolves are not The White Stripes

By Josh Gross

That’s the whole story and Jonathan is sticking to it. But to look past the press photo and hear Carley Wolf ’s vicious slide-licks and the mischievous tone of her vocals as she coos out lyrics like “grandma’s a rebel, raised by the devil,” it’s pretty clear The Ghost Wolves are too wild to live in any sort of box anyhow.

 
 
ADVENTURE
Adventure

Hope on the St. Vrain

A Lyons-based angler returns to a favorite fishing hole

By Greg Lowell

There was no expectation in this fishing trip; I was prepared to be disappointed. But the day was warm and sometimes it’s enough to stand in the river’s cool current and go through the motions. Trout were, it seemed, out of the question but there was a part of me that thought just maybe something had survived the monster flood of 2013.

 
 
CUISINE
Restaurant Review

Moby taco

Searching for tortilla-shod greatness at CyclHOPS Bike CANtina

By Josh Gross

While CyclHOPS vending tacos and bikes from one shop fronted with bike tools to aid commuters is an idea that deserves some sort of Nobel Prize, it also seemed slightly ironic that the location was on the sort of semi-rural drag strip of a street cyclists tend to avoid for fear of losing one of their three dimensions.

 
 
Opinion
Views

U.S. at fault for circumstances feeding immigration

By Dave Anderson

President Obama has been accused of just opening up the border. Actually, his administration has deported approximately 400,000 people a year. He is spending $18 billion on border enforcement. We now have more than 21,000 Border Patrol agents. That’s double the number of agents since 2005.

 
 
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