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This is the fifth excerpt Boulder Weekly has published from the Windows, Walls, and Invisible Lines: Portraits of Life in Sanctuary project. It’s been a few months since the last essays ran, so let me offer...

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A few weeks ago, Trump tweeted that he will quickly deport millions of undocumented immigrants from this country. “They will be removed as fast as they come in,” he barked. Will that happen? Immigrants and asylum seekers...

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Out of 37 states, Colorado students rank at the top of the list for e-cigarette use.  That’s according to a 2018 Centers for Disease Control (CDC) study, which also found that more than 3.6...

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A while back, astronaut “Buzz” Aldrin, the second man on the moon, asked people old enough to remember to write him about where they were when Apollo 11 landed on July 20, 1969. Former Boulder...

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Sarah Jarosz always stood out in a crowd even when she was a tiny 12-year-old kid standing on the big stage at the Telluride Bluegrass Festival. She delivered a blistering rendition of Bill Monroe’s “Blue Moon...

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Foodies, chefs, culinary artists and food justice advocates from around the globe are making a beeline to Denver this weekend. Slow Food Nations (SFN) is the coolest, most prestigious food gathering in the United States. Even though...
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