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It’s been a little over a year since the City of Boulder and Boulder and San Miguel counties teamed up and filed a lawsuit against energy companies to fight climate change. Since then it seems like things...

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Human Rights Watch has released a report on human rights abuses in the world’s largest totalitarian state — the People’s Republic of China. And it’s terrifying. As bad, if not worse, as anything Orwell imagined in 1984.

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Spring in Colorado comes with melting snow, precipitation and rushing stormwater. But impermeable surfaces like driveways, sidewalks and streets prevent the runoff from soaking into the ground. Instead, runoff water picks up residual amounts  of chemicals, oils,...

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Down the tunnel of his headlamp light, Luke Nelson saw a frog. It sat in the middle of the trail, somewhere around 9,000 feet above sea level in the Italian Alps. He didn’t believe it. For the...

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The concept is simple: Put a droll, middle-aged guy with a banjo on his knee in command of the legendary stage where John Lennon, Bono, Bruce and Jimi rocked the world.  For the artistic...

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Let’s start with some fun facts: 70 percent, at least, of the gin produced in the U.K. comes from Scotland. Three of the world’s most well-known gin producers — Tanqueray, Gordon’s and Hendrick’s — are produced in...
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