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Major fish kill on the Poudre Dozens of dead fish have been found along the banks of the Poudre River in Fort Collins, in what Colorado Parks and Wildlife is calling a major fish kill. The agency is still investigating...

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My Willmeng dilemma

It’s more a situation than a dilemma really. When it comes to Cliff Willmeng’s candidacy for Boulder County Commissioner as the Green Party candidate, I felt the need to recuse myself from Boulder Weekly’s endorsement process. Over the last few...

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The justification for “fracking is based in two lies — the first lie is to say that it is safe and nothing happens. That it doesn’t contaminate water, that it doesn’t generate seismic activity, that it doesn’t affect health,”...

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Showing up to fear

The sound of heavy rockfall echoes off of the nearby mountains. Like gophers, heads pop out of tents searching for debris. The smell of smashed rocks sends us a gentle reminder that we are not in charge here —...

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The Boulder Philharmonic calls its 2018–19 season Open Space, and will begin its classical programming focusing on the openest space of all. Under the title Infinite Space, the Phil will perform music about stars and astronomers and planets. You might...

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The first time I saw Babette’s Feast, I left the theater ravenously famished, emotionally drained and spiritually moved. One of the Danish film’s key characters, General Lorens Löwenhielm, sums it up: “This evening I have learned, my dear, that in...
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