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Thursday, May 21,2015

The socialist Democrat

By Dave Anderson
It was a shock. Canada’s democratic socialist party, The New Democrats (NDP), won a resounding victory this month in Alberta, the country’s most rightwing province where the Progressive Conservatives have ruled for over four decades. The NDP promised to increase corporate taxes, social spending as well as oil and gas royalties.
Thursday, May 21,2015

Obama gets desperate in pushing TPP

By Jim Hightower
Poor Barack Obama. He’s been making more flashy moves than an Olympic ice skater, trying to get Democrats in Congress to cheer his Trans-Pacific Partnership. But instead, they’re roundly booing him. The president is on such thin ice with this ponderous giveaway to global corporate giants that his appeals for support have turned desperate, including this recent claim that TPP, “is the most progressive trade deal in history.”
Thursday, May 14,2015

In case you missed it

The Pope intends to take his climate-change message to Washington, D.C. later this year, and we can’t think of anywhere it is more needed.
Thursday, May 14,2015

The golden years just might go better with pot

By Leland Rucker
So you’re one of the 13 percent of Boulderites who are over 55 years of age. It’s been almost a year and a half since marijuana legalization, and you’ve sat on the sidelines watching the experiment unfold. Maybe you tried it in college. Perhaps you weren’t willing to break the law when it was illegal.
Thursday, May 14,2015

SAVAGE LOVE

By Dan Savage
I’m a lesbian who has been pretty successful at online dating. Lately, however, I’ve had a few women contact me who turn out not to be cisgender. I’ve tried to remain open, but I have never been attracted to a trans woman. I don’t rule out the possibility that it could happen.
Thursday, May 14,2015

Astrology

By Rob Brezsny
I suggest that you prevent that from happening. Without throwing yourself at the mercy of the temptation, see if you can coax it to stick around for a while longer. Why? In my view, it’s playing a useful role in your life. It’s motivating you to change some things that really do need to be changed.
Thursday, May 14,2015

Tour de drink

Boulder Passport returns with summer drink ideas and deals

By Megan Bucholz
Memorial Day weekend, to many, represents the start of summer. In Boulder and eight other cities, it also means the start of a summer of imbibing all across town with a pocket-sized booklet, or “Passport,” that invites you to explore bars, restaurants, wineries, distilleries and breweries, old and new, downtown and around town.
Thursday, May 14,2015

Setting a table responsibly

Balancing the expectation of having everything in season all the time

By Ari LeVaux
The question of how far food should travel between where it is produced and where it is consumed has become a frequent matter of passionate debate. The popular rule of thumb is that the more local the food, the better it is, and we’ve all heard of the many purported benefits that eating locally has on local economies, the environment and even one’s health.
Thursday, May 14,2015

Tidbites | Week of May 14, 2015

The events were planned as a response to “a cultural shift in consumers who are busier than ever and on-the-go, but who still want to take healthy, locally grown food with them (especially during summer activities),” according to the group’s press release.
Thursday, May 14,2015

Tracking down perfection

Wayne’s Smoke Shack is bold, confident barbecue

By Matt Cortina
You have to appreciate the moxie of a restaurant that is open until it sells out. Especially when you set up shop at the end of an empty parking lot, triangulated by Buffalo Wild Wings, PetSmart and Super Target, in the perpetually under construction, unglamorous superdevelopment of Superior.
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