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Thursday, February 26,2015

From the cove to the globe

Boulder’s Oceanic Preservation Society broadens its call to action with ‘Racing Extinction’

By Caitlin Rockett
Hidden cameras, undercover reconnaissance, international travel — the folks at the Boulder-based Oceanic Preservation Society are at it again, following up their 2010 Academy Award-winning documentary The Cove with more high-risk, covert campaigns, stunning camerawork and an even bigger call to action in Racing Extinction. In this new, ambitious endeavor, director Louie Psihoyos tackles the role humans play in advancing what is shaping up to be the world’s sixth mass extinction — an annihilation scientists say could lead to the loss of 50 percent of the world’s species in the next 100 years.
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Thursday, February 19,2015

Throw down your preconceived notions

Jake Schepps challenges the banjo’s place in music

By Caitlin Rockett
If the banjo was an actor in today’s movie industry, it would be suffering from a severe case of typecasting, relentlessly placed in the role of Appalachian hillbilly instrument, a medium suited only for bluegrass, country and folk music.
Thursday, February 19,2015

Building a culture of health

In the wake of an Ebola epidemic, a Colorado native leads a nonprofit as they help build permanent medical services in Sierra Leone

By Caitlin Rockett
Growing up in Pueblo, Colo., with a single mother, Eric Talbert never thought he’d go to college, let alone direct a nonprofit organization providing medical care to civilian victims of war. But, as Talbert says, life had other plans for him. “It’s been a wild ride, as they say,” Talbert says. The Colorado native is the executive director for EMERGENCY USA, the American component of a global network of NGOs that bring high-quality, free medical and surgical assistance to war victims in Afghanistan, Iraq, Sierra Leone, Central African Republic and Sudan. In the wake of the Ebola crisis — in which Sierra Leone has suffered the worst of any country — EMERGENCY USA has opened two clinics in Sierra Leone dedicated to treating patients with Ebola, many who have survived the virus.
Thursday, February 12,2015

A queer kind of love

LGBTQ dating in one of America’s ‘queerest’ cities

By Caitlin Rockett
“I think that visibility is the hardest thing in the Boulder community as far as dating goes,” says Sara Connell, the trans and youth coordinator for Out Boulder, a nonprofit organization that has been serving Boulder County’s LGBTQ community since 1994.
Thursday, February 12,2015

Three-D revolution

The hottest trend in printing technology is changing the way we practice medicine

By Caitlin Rockett
“I think it’s pretty much instilled in you that [knee implants] last 20 years, which I don’t know if that’s really true or not, but I would think that most people don’t want to go through it twice,” Duggan says. “So I was waiting for the last 10 years, trying to get closer to 60 years old.
Thursday, February 5,2015

Banking on the environment

A growing movement in Boulder sees public banking as the answer to a greener future

By Caitlin Rockett
Banking might not seem like the answer to a healthier environment, but there’s a growing movement in Boulder that believes public banking could fund environmental projects from solar development to local organic farms… even a municipalized electric grid.
Thursday, February 5,2015

LGBTQ activists claim discrimation in shooting

While gender discrimination is rampant in law enforcement, it’s unlikely it played a role in the death of Jessica Hernandez

By Caitlin Rockett
recognize Jessie’s case as [sic] direct result of the pattern of police violence that targets queer and gender non-conforming young people of color in the U.S.,” read a Feb. 2 press release from Branching Seedz of Resistance (BSEEDZ), a youth-led component of the Colorado Anti-Violence Program.
Thursday, January 29,2015

Fire mitigation tangles with marketplace

Homeowners needing work done to keep insurance struggle to find willing contractors

By Caitlin Rockett
So in January of last year, the county rolled out a program called Wildfire Partners, a group of specialists tasked with helping these residents assess vulnerabilities in their property and do work — from large jobs like cutting trees and replacing...
Thursday, January 29,2015

Mardi Moore

Making sure all of Boulder County’s LGBT community is served

By Caitlin Rockett
Since taking the helm at Out Boulder in October 2013, Mardi Moore has made Boulder’s LGBT-uniting organization more… well, inclusive.
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Thursday, January 8,2015

The mad scientist

The double life of the man behind Boulder-based, one-man project Ballroom Cancer and his search for a place in the city’s music scene

By Caitlin Rockett
with Sheppard channeling Thom Yorke’s delicate falsetto overtop. But listeners are quickly introduced to the scope of Sheppard’s vocal range as he takes on a rich baritone that belies the recent college grad’s age. The result is stripped, poignant and ethereal.
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