Analysis

Brittle cities

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As fire and inequality hammer the Front Range, affordable housing might be region’s best bet at resilience

Black Twitter: A ‘Green Book’ for the digital age

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Twelve years after its inception, Black Twitter is a force to be reckoned with. From calling out celebrities for cultural appropriation to organizing marches...

Incoming! Four fresh faces will join Boulder City Council and help...

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After all the door-knocking, text messages, yard signs, flyers and mailers, forums, op-eds, sign-waving, and glad-handing, you thought the election was over, didn’t ya? For...

Key to disrupting Denver’s homeless-to-jail pipeline Permanent supportive housing, study finds

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Approach couples affordable housing programs with substance use and mental health treatment.

Minimum wage debates, gun control and a full docket for next...

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Minimum wage debates, gun control and a full docket for next week's city council meeting

Amid slow economic recovery, Boulder set to pilot UBI; in the...

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Guaranteed income by another name? The city is moving forward with plans to give cash to low-income Boulderites, though how much, to whom and for...

Crime is (maybe, kinda, sorta) up, the new fire station is...

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Crime is (maybe, kinda, sorta) up, the new fire station is a go, and affordable housing is on the way

Library district, fancy fire station, and more

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What happened at Tuesday’s City Council meeting?

Nasty surprises and how to deal with them

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Stephen Schneider died on July 19, 2010 of a pulmonary embolism on a flight from Stockholm to London. He was 65, one of the...

The new harvest of rage: an excerpt

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On Jan. 6, an angry mob of Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol, breaking windows, defacing art, rummaging through Congressional offices and, in some...

Little fires everywhere, outdoor dining here to stay

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Tourists, residents and workers loved Boulder’s pandemic-prompted proliferation of al fresco dining. That’s according to a survey of 836 people from earlier this year...

The Foilies 2022

Recognizing the year’s worst in government transparency