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Welcome to the seventh annual 101-word fiction contest. It’s become one of our favorite traditions here at Boulder Weekly — a chance for us to take a bit of a break from the news cycle as summer...

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When running for President, Bill Clinton’s political adviser, James Carville, famously said, “It’s the economy, stupid!” Clinton listened to Carville and focused on the economy — and won the election. Today, with regards...

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In 2013, about 20 wheat farmers gathered at a local pizza joint in Dayton, Washington to hear John Begley, CEO of Columbia Pulp, make his case.  Begley and his team had big plans. He...

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Sitting high above Estes Park on top of Prospect Mountain are the Thumb and Needle Spires, two prominent landmarks of Colorado climbing history. The Spires are home to more than 50 different climbing routes of varying difficulty...

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If your organization is planning an event of any kind, please email the arts and culture editor at crockett@boulderweekly.com EVENTS Boulder Arts Outdoors. 7 p.m. July 22 and 29 and Aug. 5,...

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I’m not here to guilt-trip you about the fresh vegetables I know you throw out every week. There are plenty of environmental preachers who are more than willing to lecture you about why cutting food waste can...
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