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Thursday, August 14,2014

Alone on the moon

A Beatles fan retells an out-of-this-world experience with the boys from Liverpool 50 years after their Red Rocks concert

By Elizabeth Miller
Chet Carman was a 17-year-old teenager from Colorado Springs, shuttling between separated parents and an older brother. In 1964, he found a style worth embracing as his own in a magazine and music to go with it on the radio waves. And as result, he found himself, as unlikely as it seems, not just watching the Beatles on their first U.S. tour from a dozen or so rows back at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, but whisked away to Dallas to see them again a month later and even spend time with them at their hotel and backstage.
Thursday, August 14,2014

Finger-pointing in the gun rights fight

By Dave Anderson
Baum is a lifelong liberal Democrat who supports single payer healthcare, strong environmental protection, reproductive freedom, unions, stiff financial regulation, and peace over war. He also loves guns — which puts him at odds with his wife, daughter and friends.
Thursday, August 14,2014

What we’ve paid for war in Afghanistan and Iraq

By Jim Hightower
War is hell. Major General Harold Greene could certainly tell you about that — but he’s dead. On August 5, General Green became the highest-ranking American soldier to die in our unfathomable, 13-year war in Afghanistan, joining 2,339 other service members who’ve paid the ultimate price for being sent by warmongering politicians into that fight for … well, for what?
Thursday, August 7,2014

The limits to legislating cannabis edibles

By Leland Rucker
The state of Colorado got generally high marks for its initial rollout of recreational cannabis from a Brookings Institute report released last week.
Thursday, August 7,2014

Astrology

By Rob Brezsny
trances. Break up the monotony with your unpredictable play and funny curiosity. Don’t simply go along with the stories everyone seems to believe in as if they were the Truth and the Way. Question every assumption; rebel against every foregone conclusion; propose amusing plot twists that send the narratives off on interesting tangents.
Thursday, August 7,2014

SAVAGE Love

By Dan Savage
I am a 38-year-old married woman. My husband of 18 years is 22 years my senior. I credit my husband for giving me a good life and helping me pursue goals. But my husband is a type A professional, and that has played out in the bedroom. He has always been disinterested in my pleasure.
Thursday, August 7,2014

The other alchemists

Innaugural Craft Distillers Festival is a go

By Josh Gross
Stout Month. Sourfest. Rocket in My Beer Fest (yes, that’s a real thing). Even when they’re almost comically hyper-specific, Colorado isn’t exactly short on beer festivals.
Thursday, August 7,2014

Moving on up

La Choza takes it inside

By Josh Gross
La Choza took up its new brick and mortar digs in one of the vacant slots in the shopping center its parking lot served on Aug. 2, and if the line out the door and the 45-minute wait for a quartet of tacos de pastor was any clue, it’s a move Boulder is, ahem, “hungry for.”
Thursday, August 7,2014

Tidbites | Week of August 7, 2014

By Maalikah Hartley
The car-free event will have people biking or walking to take in Boulder’s beauty while sampling coffees, teas, chocolate, and yes, alcohol-based coffees with participating shops. This year’s lineup includes The Unseen Bean, The Cup, Ozo Coffee, and Piece, Love and Chocolate among many others.
Thursday, August 7,2014

Fish in a Barrel

Backyard aquaponic systems are making it easier to grow your own fish

By Heather Ridge
Standing at the fresh seafood counter at the local grocery store, it’s hard not to encounter a dilemma these days. Fresh caught salmon sounds wild and free, until the viral images of Fukushima fallout maps come to mind. Overfishing and satellite images of dead zones in the Atlantic have you reaching for the farmed fish when you consider the environmental impacts of this choice as well.
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