Tag: apr 01 2021 issue

Paradise Found

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When Paradise Found Records & Music opens on April 1 at the corner of 17th and Pearl, it’ll be a homecoming...

What to do when there’s ‘nothing’ to do…

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If your organization is planning an event of any kind, please email Caotlin at crockett@boulderweekly.com EVENTS

Audacious growth

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Rowdy Mermaid and its founder, Jamba Dunn, have always done things differently.  Almost a decade ago, Dunn was just...

Boulder breweries shine at international beer competition

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Depending on who you ask, the beer awards held in the highest regard (at least around these parts) might be those earned...

Try this week: Cork Burger @ Boulder Cork

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The Boulder Cork is a classic steak house, with a menu full of filet, sirloin, flatiron, prime rib and other cuts of...

Race is a thread that connects all mass shootings

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When a gunman opened fire in the Table Mesa King Soopers on Monday, March 22, prematurely ending the lives of 10...

Astrology 4/1/21

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ARIES March 21-April 19:Playwright August Strindberg (1849–1912) was a maverick innovator who loved to experiment with plot and language....

Running on CBD

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Before daybreak on Saturday mornings, as most of Boulder sleeps, Flavie Dokken laces up her running shoes and prepares for her routine...

Moving forward after the shooting

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This week, BW began the long process of exploring the issues related to the March 22 shooting in Boulder. We'll be looking...

The far right is trying to use the Boulder shooting for...

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In the first hours following news of the King Soopers shooting on Monday, March 22, there were reports of far-right and...

How the media covers mass shootings has evolved. But is it...

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From the moment it happened, the shooting at King Soopers in South Boulder dominated the national news cycle for almost two days....

Letters: We are Boulder strong! and more

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We are Boulder strong! There is often a grasping which can follow mass shooting terrorism. Grasping to fear, trauma...