Anniversary Issue

A different walk to death

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Some might call Jane Anderson’s path to death work, as she calls it, a circuitous one — starting with a bachelor’s...

‘To be a useful being and to make positive change’

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I love being a human,” Ava Hamilton says. “I love being alive, and I love the Earth. I want everyone to love the Earth...

So we struggle on

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While he was walking to volunteer at a soup kitchen in Denver a few years ago, Phil Barber ran into one of his first...

In memory of those we’ve lost

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Jennifer Livovich always has a few extra pairs of thermal socks in her bag as she makes her way around Boulder. She deliberately takes...

Feeding the front lines

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In the early days of the pandemic lockdowns, Paul Chansingthong asked a friend — a nurse at Life Care Center in...

Michelle McParland relied on constant communication to get Frasier retirement community...

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For the staff and residents at Frasier retirement community in Boulder, it’s Michelle McParland’s commitment to communication that makes her a...

Celebrating 27 years of local, independent journalism

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For the last several years, Boulder Weekly has celebrated its anniversary by shining a light on the unsung heroes in our community....

Dr. Amie Lynne Meditz, an infectious disease specialist at BCH, on...

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Like many health care workers during the pandemic, Dr. Amie Lynne Meditz, an infectious disease specialist at Boulder Community Health (BCH), is...

Christin Evans, North Boulder Lucky’s Market staff member, on building community

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Grocery store workers have always had a tough job, often logging long hours, on their feet, sometimes dealing with unruly customers. Of...

Local educators share how they help students and their families through...

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Even though Katie Miles has been teaching for 10 years, nothing could have prepared her for how teaching would change in...