Tag: apr 16 2020 issue

How the coronavirus is affecting the foster system in Boulder County

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Within a week of the coronavirus shutdowns, the team at Boulder County’s Three60 Foster Care began facilitating virtual visitations between parents...

Coronavirus arrives on Pine Ridge

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When the floods came to Pine Ridge Reservation a year ago, Doreen Two Bulls and her family were stranded for two...

Earth Day at 50 (in the time of the coronavirus)

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Fifty years ago, on April 22, 1970, 20 million Americans rallied around the country in the first ever Earth Day celebration....

In conversation with PETA founder Ingrid Newkirk

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Animals are intelligent, aware and empathetic — far more than we as humans understand. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)...

After another year of growth, craft beer sales plummet amid the...

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Most breweries in the U.S. have seen their on-site sales drop by more than 70%, and draught sales have dropped by an...

20 dishes we can’t wait to eat together again… soon

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How we long for Chautauqua Dining Hall in springtime. And Teocalli Cocina’s lively bar in downtown Lafayette. And the community of, well,...

Oil and gas news

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Fossil fuel extraction expanded on on 1.7 million acres of Colorado land On April 9, the Trump administration...

Climate change won’t stop for the coronavirus pandemic

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Two and a half years ago Hurricane Maria ripped open homes across the southern Puerto Rican city of Ponce, destroying the...

Try this week: Sushi platter @ Japango

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We wish we could enjoy Japango’s fresh, innovative sushi rolls in its modern downtown spot, but we’re happy to take away its...

Inspired by John Prine

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Heavy Rotation this week is inspired by John Prine, a mix of mellow, comforting music that expresses a range of emotion...

News roundup: Boulder County jail releases 90; Weld County gets lawsuit...

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Boulder County jail releases 90 amid coronavirus concerns; Weld County faces lawsuit for not Amid concerns that COVID-19 could...

Police use of facial recognition technology gets spotlight

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For all intents and purposes, facial recognition technology for law enforcement agencies is in its beta stage. Now that doesn’t mean police...