Spring in winter

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Punching up

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Arts & Culture

Get uplifted

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There’s a panel at this year’s ARISE Music Festival called The End of Loneliness, and in a way it sums up...

The hope in play

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America was reborn after World War II. Industries that thrived producing goods during and for the war sought new means of production....

Brawling love

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Is Romeo and Juliet a romance or a tragedy? It probably says a lot about the human condition that an overwhelming number...

‘Listen to the voice of the woods’

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To see a Studio Ghibli film is to believe — in wonder, in magic, in childhood imagination and, most importantly, in the...

An ordered universe

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In David Foster Wallace’s book Everything and More: A Compact History of Infinity, he attempts to explain the possibility of constructing...

The unexplainable phenomenon

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Moving from behind his computer, Goodgold starts to dance to synthesized music. There’s a pause — and he waits for a live...

A hundred pounds lighter

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Everytime 27-year-old Reydesel Salvidrez-Rodriguez shares his story, he’s filled with a sense of relief. “No more secrets, no more...

Reality denied

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"Do you mind if I have a cigarette?” Bradley Books asks as we sit soaking in late spring sunshine on the patio...

The name on the wall

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As a local artist, an alumna of the University of Colorado and a former board member in the budding days of the...

‘Representative and inclusive’: The 25th anniversary of the Boulder Jewish Festival

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This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Boulder Jewish Festival (BJF), a one-day celebration of Jewish culture that is open to...

The greatest scientists are artists

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Humans like taking the scenic route when we can. It means we have a little time to appreciate the world around us,...

Transcending differences

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Michael Gungor isn’t one to identify with any particular label or camp of people adhering to a rigorous set of beliefs. He...