Tag: apr 11 2019 issue

Alaska: reality & mystique

Alaska is one of those places that exists as much in mystique as in reality. The land of the midnight sun transcends...

The surrealistic Godfather

Birds of Passage (Pájaros de verano) — from Colombian directors Cristina Gallego and Ciro Guerra — is a masterpiece. Go see it. 


Dear Dan: I’m a heteroflexible married cis woman in my 40s. I’m also a POS cheater and a catfish. I really fucked...

Rules without teeth

As previously reported by Boulder Weekly (See: “Ruling the roost,” News, Feb. 21, 2019), in September 2018, the Colorado Oil and Gas...

A place for all of it

"You can make changes. Thus, you can change the world. Right?” It’s a bit of wisdom Mark Oliver Everett, who largely goes...

Sustainable hope

With each passing day, news about the state of the environment gets more alarming. As problems get worse, it’s easy to get...

The forgotten ones

Don Coen’s family had a farm just outside of Lamar, Colorado, southeast of Colorado Springs, about half an hour’s drive from the...

All animals are created equal

Maria Montessori believed in the innate intelligence of children.  “The child is not an empty being who owes whatever...

the young, the the we, the all

By the virtue that we are children & were more soThat young & exposed we were cunning enough to readThat the society...

Cannabis used for federally funded research is ditchweed

In case you were looking for more ways to be embarrassed by the federal government, you can add “growing brick weed” to...

Gardner re-introduces the STATES Act

If at first you don’t succeed, hitch up your pants, spit out your broken teeth and try again. Last...

Astrology 4/11/9

ARIES March 21-April 19: The Qing Dynasty controlled China from the mid-seventeenth century to the early twentieth century. It...