<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Articles]]> <![CDATA[Economists find creative solution to US unemployment]]> <![CDATA[LETTERS]]> <![CDATA[Hamas does not give shelter]]> <![CDATA[Fracking activists are the Tea Party of the Left?]]> <![CDATA[OIL BOOM]]> The library and the post office. A dozen schools. Hundreds of homes. Parks. Every brewery (oh god). Ten gas stations. The wastewater treatment facility. It can all go up in flames at any minute — and that’s just in Longmont. All you’ll hear is a whistle and a boom.]]> <![CDATA[A HOUSE FULL OF WOMEN]]> Nancy Jordan, a staff member at Boulder’s Outreach for Homeless Overflow, parks her purple mountain bike in front of Flatirons Coffee at the corner of Arapahoe and 29th. She walks in from the oppressive heat of a late afternoon in July, flashes an endearing smile, sits down and fishes three pieces of paper from her backpack.]]> <![CDATA[The boy and the buffalo]]> The government’s controversial management activities for buffalo includes hunting; hazing with helicopters, horseback riders and ATVs; and baiting capture facilities with hay then hauling buffalo away for slaughter. Colorado native Comfrey Jacobs had watched, helpless, for months. And then he had enough]]> <![CDATA[Are you game?]]> A basketball in the middle of the floor is a standing invitation — pick me up and give me a toss, it says. Some did. Then they turned toward the basket, took one look and realized that a single shot could shatter the hoop and backboard, formed by a circular fluorescent blue lightbulb and a vintage mirror.]]> <![CDATA[The cat’s meow]]> In the classic-rock marinated Ohio dorm room where Brothertiger began, five years ago, the smooth electronic sound t wasn’t just coastal; it was downright alien.]]> <![CDATA[Opposites attract]]> Given the myriad ways in which other directors have put their stamp on this ageless tale — from turning Felix and Oscar into women to utilizing the Kabuki form — director Robert Kramer’s decision to stage this Miners Alley Playhouse production in the play’s original 1965 New York City setting is inspired and heightens both the many similarities and striking juxtapositions between then and now.]]> <![CDATA[Iguanas]]> To say that The Iguanas have diverse influences is putting it lightly. Over the last two decades, its members have played with everyone from Emmy Lou Harris to Pretty Lights, and the home base for its partially Spanish-language music is New Orleans, a city known for its French-speaking and jazz-playing population.]]> <![CDATA[Aliens]]> Boulder Outdoor Cinema mostly shows its films at night. Mostly. And the flick of choice this weekend is Aliens, James Cameron’s 1986 sequel to the Ridley Scott film that did for space what Jaws did for water: fill it with sharp teeth and impending dread.]]> <![CDATA[Hipsters]]> Hundreds of bands will take over the streets of Denver for the annual Underground Music Festival, in which a single wristband will get you into more than a dozen venues in Denver’s South Broadway strip to see countless of touring and local bands over the course of four days.]]> <![CDATA[Coming of age]]> Richard Linklater’s latest work, Boyhood, employs one of the most audacious approaches to storytelling: Linklater and company filmed the actors for a few days every year for 12 years.]]> <![CDATA[There’s no business like brew business]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of July 24, 2014]]> Bite-sized food stories for the week of July 24.]]> <![CDATA[Best of the rest]]> Blooming Beets is lifestyle eating if anything, no different in principle than the hip pizza joint or the restaurant that serves the same chow for twice the price as the corner diner just by adding a white table cloth.]]> <![CDATA[The saga continues]]> <![CDATA[SAVAGE Love]]> <![CDATA[Astrology]]>