<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Archives]]> <![CDATA[Censored: Ten big stories the news media ignored]]> In 1976, when Carl Jensen, a professor at California’s Sonoma State University, started looking into news-media self-censorship, nobody had ever dreamed of the Internet. Most computers were still big mainframes with whirling tape reels; Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak had just figured out how to make a personal computer, but sales were in the low hundreds.]]> <![CDATA[Airport offers swine flu shots on holiday weekend]]> <![CDATA[CU Boulder workers demand $15 an hour and some respect]]> <![CDATA[American Life in Poetry: Column 546]]> <![CDATA[Boulder is no Seattle]]> <![CDATA[The Bard cometh]]> Orr isn’t exactly new to the Colorado Shakespeare Festival. He started acting there in the mid-oughts, moved up to associate producing director in 2011, and spent last season as the interim artistic director after the departure of Philip Sneed.]]> <![CDATA[Mountain Shadows Montessori School]]> The only internationally accredited (AMI) Montessori school in Colorado where children joyfully reach their individual potential through independence, academic excellence, respect and moral responsibility while learning, exploring and playing in and around our 12-acre farmhouse campus.]]> <![CDATA[The patron saint of the lyrically scorned]]> Woman to Woman, isn’t Denver musician Esmé Patterson’s first go at a concept album. Years ago, before starting the band she’s best known for fronting, Paper Bird, she and Paper Bird’s future guitar player gave it the old college rock try.]]> <![CDATA[Tidbites | Week of Nov. 5, 2015]]> ]]> <![CDATA[Learn]]> As headlines from all over the world cover the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, otherwise known as ISIS, CU is taking a deeper look with their panel: ISIS from Multiple Perspectives.]]> <![CDATA[Guess who’s pushing for prison reform?]]> <![CDATA[Old spirit]]> Now is the time for applejack. It is the perfect liquor to ease you from fall into winter. With a strong punch, a hint of apple and a compelling story to boot, it’s worth the $20 investment to a buy a bottle, stoke a fire and think about George Washington.]]> <![CDATA[Don’t hibernate this winter]]> Bears hibernate, but you don’t have to. Just because the thermometer has dropped a few degrees and the rain has turned to snow doesn’t mean that it’s time to put on 40 pounds, curl up by a fire and wait for spring. You live in Colorado for Pete’s sake.]]> <![CDATA[The Watershed School]]> Founded a decade ago on research-based best practices, Watershed connects everything students learn to the real world, both on and off campus. Students study real-world problems in the Front Range, Silicon Valley, and around the world -- and they apply their knowledge in real-world ways.]]> <![CDATA[Who Killed The Vote on Fracking Part Two]]> While such a radical escalation in price would create a giant economic windfall for those who are invested in natural gas — giant as in when you consider the incredibly large global reserves of shale gas, it could be one of the largest expanders of wealth in history — it would not be good for everyone.]]> <![CDATA[Tara Performing Arts]]> Tara is a Waldorf high school specializing in a rigorous, college-preparatory curriculum with an emphasis on the performing arts. Deliberately small in size, with 12 to 15 students per class, there is no highly competitive audition process for admission.]]> <![CDATA[Extras]]> <![CDATA[Shepherd Valley Waldorf School]]> Pre-schoolers and kindergarteners enjoy a play-based curriculum with an emphasis on movement and sensory integration. Children learn mathematics, literacy and science through practical activities indoors in natural, home-like classrooms and outside in nature.]]> <![CDATA[FRONT RANGE CONCERTS part 2]]> <![CDATA[Give Thanks]]> Anyone can think of one thing to be thankful for. And, thankfully, most of us have a long list of things. Yet, our culture seems to struggle with gratitude. ]]>