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Thursday, September 3,2015

(IN CASE YOU MISSED IT)

An irreverent and not always accurate view of the world

In what was called the “Mayor Night-light” plan, Mayor Matt Appelbaum would count residents by kissing each person goodnight and tucking them into their beds. Sources say he’d be singing, “Hush, Little Baby,” and holding a flashlight to his face, and he’d smell like fresh brownies.
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Thursday, September 3,2015

Using actual evidence to discuss cannabis

By Leland Rucker
As more states and countries begin to engage in the issues associated with marijuana prohibition, it’s important that lawmakers and citizens alike have the best possible information to be able to make wise decisions in public policy and in our everyday lives.
Thursday, September 3,2015

SAVAGE LOVE

By Dan Savage
I’m a foot-fetish guy who split up with my girlfriend of four years. She was into all the foot stuff, and we got into lots of other kinks. My concern is about meeting new women. I’m worried I’m not going to be able to perform for vanilla sex. I feel almost doomed to being solo unless I meet someone who is into the same stuff I am.
Thursday, September 3,2015

Astrology

By Rob Brezsny
Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea..
Thursday, September 3,2015

Sunset sipping

Cocktails to see summer out

By Noel Phillips
The heat seems to be breaking. Mosquitoes and ticks have mostly succumbed to their well-deserved deaths. Nights are still long, but a hint of coolness touches the edges. Summer is winding down.
Thursday, September 3,2015

Beg, borrow and steal

How and how not to bargain at the farmers’ market

By Ari LeVaux
It’s good to be able to drive a hard bargain; when buying a used snowboard on Ebay, for example, or attempting to stay out of a corrupt policeman’s car in some foreign city, with only $50 in your pocket. On such occasions, one should negotiate with all of the cunning one can muster.
Thursday, September 3,2015

Tidbites | Week of September 3, 2015

“[It] is impossible not to love the spectacular wines of Burgundy,” said master sommelier and Boulder Wine Merchant owner Brett Zimmerman in a press release. “The greatest tragedy of loving these wines is not tasting the great ones often enough.
Thursday, September 3,2015

Worlds collide

Moxie Bread Co. brings Old World pastries and breads to Boulder County

By Matt Cortina
Worlds collide in layers at the new Moxie Bread Company in Louisville. Cut out all but the top display shelf at the entrance of the store and you’re in a patisserie somewhere in northwest France. There are fig and chocolate croissants, egg pastries and bubbling-over muffin crumbles. Each piece looks so ornate with so many variable ingredients that it’s a marvel to look at each one and wonder how. These are serious pastries, but the reproduction of each many times over on the stack of trays behind the counter make them look effortless.
Thursday, September 3,2015

Roundup of summer 2015

This was a fine season for film

By Michael J. Casey
When it comes to cinema, there is no such thing as dilution. No matter how many times a franchise is rebooted, a classic remade or an individualistic work of art sequalized, cinema will always remain as singular and potent as those who make it..
Thursday, September 3,2015

Sorry, Malaysian tourism industry!

‘No Escape’ shows why travel is bad

By Ryan Syrek
When Jack (Owen Wilson) loses his company, he takes a job in Malaysia, and somehow his wife, Annie (Lake Bell), decides to support this mind-bogglingly awful decision and uproots their two small daughters. They aren’t there 24 hours before the whole country goes to spectacular shit.
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