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Monday, December 1,2014

PRESLEY

Elvis? Dead? Not so long as he’s alive in our hearts in all his sequin-jumpsuitedthat’s-all-right-mama-there’sgood-rocking-tonight-hunkaburning-love glory. And there may be no heart in which he is more gloriously alive than in that of George Gray, frontman for Elvis tribute band known as George Gray and the Elvis experience.
Monday, December 1,2014

REDFORD

The 1,450-mile Colorado River passes through seven U.S. states and two Mexican states. It is vital for generating energy, agricultural production and the lives of over 30 million people. But growing demands on the river are putting the southwestern region of North America Redford Center and Content Films at risk.
Monday, December 1,2014

Evolution

The Longest Day of the Year finally sounds like The Longest Day of the Year

By Nadia Mishkin
When local band The Longest Day of the Year got their start playing at breweries in Boulder and Fort Collins, “bluegrass-brewery bands” were kind of a thing in the area. Being from Boulder and being a brewery band, naturally, people assumed the band was another bluegrass act.
Monday, December 1,2014

No Rush to Record

Pierce the Veil headbangs to the beat of its own drum

By Alan Sculley
Coupled with the considerable praise Pierce The Veil has received for its ability to craft songs that combine the fierceness of hardcore and metal with the songcraft and melodicism of pop, this has some predicting that the fourth album could bust the band into the mainstream and major popularity.
Monday, December 1,2014

SeaWorld sinks deeper

Student activist encourages school to cancel field trip

By Amanda Moutinho
Eighth-grade field trips are not usually a cause of ethical dilemmas. But this year at Alexander Dawson School in Lafayette, the itinerary was questioned by 13-year-old student Phoebe Goldstein. Every spring the school offers a variety of educational trips to both domestic and international destinations.
Monday, December 1,2014

Saving forests not enough

Seasonal swings in temperatures and CO2 levels are evidence of agricultural advances and population explosion tilting nature’s balance

By Tim Radford
Researchers believe they now know why global warming has begun to announce itself both in annual rises in temperature and in the seasonal records of carbon dioxide in the northern hemisphere — the same seasonal variation in atmospheric chemistry...
Monday, December 1,2014

Demonized science

New book argues climate change messengers are seeing unparalleled attacks

By Tim Radford
According to a new book by veteran environmentalist George Marshall, thousands of abusive emails — including demands that he commit suicide or be “shot, quartered and fed to the pigs, along with your family” — were received by climate scientist...
Monday, December 1,2014

Deadly Force, in Black and White

A ProPublica analysis of killings by police shows outsize risk for young black males.

By Ryan Gabrielson, Ryann Grochowski Jones and Eric Sagara/ProPublica (Hannah Birch and David Sleight/ProPublica)
One way of appreciating that stark disparity, ProPublica’s analysis shows, is to calculate how many more whites over those three years would have had to have been killed for them to have been at equal risk. The number is jarring – 185, more than one per week.
Monday, December 1,2014

GMOs: Boulder County’s November surprise

By Paul Danish
Every Democrat on the ballot in Boulder County won in Boulder County. Mark Udall and John Hickenlooper each got more than two-thirds of the votes cast in their races in Boulder County. Jared Polis got more than three-fourths. Almost all of the proposals involving tax increases in Boulder County and Boulder County cities passed.
Monday, December 1,2014

America’s good food movement

By Jim Hightower
I’m talking about the growing movement of small farmers, food artisans, local retailers, co-ops, community organizers, restaurateurs, environmentalists, consumers and others — perhaps including you.
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