<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Articles]]> <![CDATA[Trump tries to put his brand on GOP]]> <![CDATA[Shakespeare, like youth, is wasted on the young. Or is it?]]> <![CDATA[We want to protect and keep the middle class in Boulder]]> <![CDATA[LETTERS]]> <![CDATA[The beginning of the end for zero tolerance in schools]]> Driven by his frustration with New Jersey’s restrictive medical marijuana program, Ricardo Rivera crowd-funded a research trip to Colorado. He wanted more information about extracting cannabis oil for his daughter and a new law that means sick kids can be treated with medical marijuana on school property.]]> <![CDATA[The emigration of love, final part]]> From behind the ridge, the sun ignites a cloud in its morph above the cliffs. In one instant, it takes the shape of a familiar face which morphs into another and yet another until a wind wisps, and just as quickly as they appeared, appears a cloud.]]> <![CDATA[A picture worth a couple thousand dollars]]> Precision agriculture was originally enabled by GPS, allowing farmers to program GPS points into automatic seeders and sprayers so they could micromanage crops — but only after physically surveying the crops, which could take days or even weeks. Using drones, this work can be cut to a matter of hours.]]> <![CDATA[From globetrotting to Boulder Startup Week, Andrew Hyde loves an unusual adventure]]> Andrew Hyde sold almost all of his belongings in 2010 and set out to travel the world with just 15 items. (As long as you’re not persnickety about whether the iPhone and its charger are two different items, he really did it with 15 or so items.)]]> <![CDATA[Upcoming Events]]> To list your event, send information to: editorial@boulderweekly.com.]]> <![CDATA[Mother is the first other]]> Rashaan Salaam and Kordell Stewart!” Sarah Adina Smith cheers with delight, recalling her high school years as a University of Colorado Boulder Buffs fan. “I was born and raised in Fort Collins, but my Mom went to CU,” Smith tells Boulder Weekly. “We were, like, totally going against our town, but we were really into it.”]]> <![CDATA[The musical sandbox]]> Matt Butler is the conductor and focal point of an ever-rotating series of musicians that creates the Everyone Orchestra. The band itself is an improvised jam band created specifically for each show, with different combinations of musicians playing every performance.]]> <![CDATA[Still bringing the “Umph”]]> After forming in 1997, Umphrey’s McGee soon began their relentless touring schedule. Meticulously recorded on its website, the band tracks the venue and set list for every live show the band has ever played over 17 years: a number that currently sits right above 2,060.]]> <![CDATA[Checking in with Cho]]> Margaret Cho is pissed off. She might even be a little crazy. Her list of grievances include LBGT rights, violence against women, the hypocrisy of the Duggar family and the continued examination of Bill Cosby. “People are still questioning whether or not he’s guilty. He’s so guilty,” Cho says. “After 40 women come forward and call you a rapist and have the exact same story, it’s very clear.”]]> <![CDATA[Fly]]> Reach new heights at this annual community gathering taking place right down the road in Frederick. The fifth annual Frederick in Flight will feature close to 30 balloons launching throughout the weekend, with other community events like balloon rides for kids and a basket candle lighting in the evening.]]> <![CDATA[Listen]]> Amy Kress has been making music since she was 8 years old. But it wasn’t until she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2011 that she decided to share it with the world with her aptly named debut album Secret Music.]]> <![CDATA[Paint]]> When legendary jam band Widespread Panic plays three shows this weekend at Red Rocks, audience members can expect music, dancing… and paint. That paint comes courtesy of Scramble Campbell, known to many as the “dancing painter.]]> <![CDATA[Arts | Week of June 25, 2015]]> Conscious and Unconscious: Subjects of the Real & Surreal..]]> <![CDATA[Words | Week of June 25, 2015]]> Make Me One with Everything — Lama Surya Das..]]> <![CDATA[Theater | Week of June 25, 2015]]> Children of Eden. Festival through Aug..]]> <![CDATA[Poetry]]>