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Thursday, February 13,2014

BIFF: Get over your Everest ennui

Two films recall the history and renew the inspiration of the Himalayas

By Elizabeth Miller
Two film’s at this year’s Boulder International Film Festival, High and Hallowed: Everest 1963 and Keeper of the Mountains, deliver the stories of people who went to Nepal shortly after it opened to tourists in 1960 to pursue its Himalayan peaks.
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Wednesday, February 12,2014

BIFF: A tale of two mining towns

‘Uranium Drive-In’ gives voice to rural communities

By Elizabeth Miller
Film examines two years in the life of two Colorado communities grappling with economic and environmental conflicts.
Wednesday, February 12,2014

BIFF: Smaller than life

‘Tiny’ breaks out of the fourth wall in talks about making a home

By Elizabeth Miller
Documentary looks into the tiny house phenomenon.
Thursday, February 6,2014

Head-to-toe news from the OR show

We came, we got overwhelmed, we learned some new things

By Elizabeth Miller
Boulder Weekly had a staffer who was flitting in and out among the booths of the Outdoor Retailer trade show in Salt Lake City, scoping out some of the latest in outdoor gear for the coming season. Here are a few products that caught some attention
Thursday, February 6,2014

Study associates some birth defects with proximity to natural gas development

Study associates some birth defects with proximity to natural gas development

By Elizabeth Miller
Living near hydraulic fracturing (fracking) sites may increase the risk of some birth defects, according to a new study, though the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has countered that the findings indicate association, not causation, and should not cause great concern.
Tuesday, February 4,2014

Annual BoCan eagle nesting closures announced

Boulder Ranger District names sites for climbing bans until July 31

By Elizabeth Miller
To keep golden eagles happily in their nests this spring season, the Boulder Ranger District of Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests has temporarily closed some climbing areas in Boulder Canyon.
Tuesday, February 4,2014

Masterful ascent in Mexico

Honnold free solos 5.12 route at El Potrero Chico

By Elizabeth Miller
Renowned free-solo climber Alex Honnold has quietly bagged yet another astounded climb.
Thursday, January 16,2014

Secrets in the paint

Tracing a Monet from a London bridge to the Colorado ghost town of Tolland

By Elizabeth Miller
Behind the broad strokes of a global shift in the art movement was a few key individuals — a shrewd gallery owner; a small, fiercely devoted Russian collector; a prince; a Colorado woman who would turn her husband’s fortune into a tourist destination that’s now a ghost town; a Denver school teacher; even the current director of the Denver Art Museum. And this is their story
Thursday, January 2,2014

Prince-worthy findings at Smiling Toad

Craft beer with a K works out fine

By Elizabeth Miller
It was as though we had arrived in the living room of a welcoming friend — a friend who happens to have six craft-with-a-“c” beers on tap, a really beautiful blonde wood bar and well-padded bar stools.
Thursday, January 2,2014

Drawing the line

Two views of drawing at Denver museums show artists thinking it through, growing up and creating drawings that deserve consideration in their own right

By Elizabeth Miller
Drawings are generally seen as the preliminary sketches for later, more polished works, but two exhibitions in Denver, at the Denver Art Museum and the Clyfford Still Museum, are making the case for viewing drawings as artworks in and of themselves.
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