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Thursday, April 17,2014


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Thursday, April 17,2014

Christmas for Music Lovers

A whole new world of music opens up as Record Store Day approaches

By Danielle Meltz
Though the market for purchasing and listening to music has largely moved online, hardcore music fans still dedicated to physical records have resisted the move, fetishing the act of collecting vinyl. What used to be a common act of commerce has now turned into a subculture, and like all cultures, it even has its own holiday: Record Store Day, celebrated every year on the third Saturday of April.
Thursday, March 27,2014

Ten days of creation

Boulder’s debut art week highlights the local artistic community

By Danielle Meltz
People have thrown around the idea of something like Boulder Arts Week for a while, but it was Bill Obermeier, from The Dairy Centre for the Arts, and David Dadone, from the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, who both started to actually talk about making the event a reality.
Thursday, March 20,2014

Ski area bosses, conservationists should seek progressive solution for Eldora expansion plan

Collaborative, adaptive management approach could yield environmental, social benefits

By Bob Berwyn
Proposed expansion at Eldora Mountain Resort could easily break down along familiar lines, pitting the ski industry and the U.S. Forest Service against conservation advocates and community activists over a plan that envisions adding new turf and equipment.
Wednesday, January 16,2013


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Monday, November 21,2011

Egypt’s interim government offers to step down as protests rage

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
As deadly clashes intensified Monday between thousands of protesters and riot police, Egypt’s interim government offered to resign in an attempt to calm three consecutive days of unrest that have shaken the country ahead of next week’s parliamentary elections.
Friday, October 21,2011

Libyans rejoice at Gadhafi’s death

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
The spectacle of Moammar Gadhafi’s capture at the mouth of a drain pipe and death in the custody of those he long oppressed thrilled Libyans but left a sense of unease about the nation’s ability to emerge from his violent legacy.
Monday, October 18,2010

Eastwood and Damon tackle mortality in 'Hereafter'

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
Dirty Harry Callahan would have taken one long, hard, squinty look at "Hereafter," curled his mouth into a grimace of utter incomprehension, and muttered, "You're not making my day." The afterlife, after all, wasn't a place Harry seemed to think a lot about, except as a destination for those on the business end of his .44 Magnum.
Thursday, April 1,2010

Affairs of the world: Burgeoning CWA celebrates 62nd year

By Katherine Creel
"It's bigger," Palmer says. "It's a lot bigger." The conference is now so popular, in fact, that finding venue space is one of the toughest challenges. At last year's CWA, some 90,000 thousand seats were filled over the week-long event. That's compared to about 35,000 seats 12 years ago when Palmer first became director.