Tag: apr 21 2022 issue

First Sip boozes up a Boulder spring

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For 15 years, First Bite Boulder has been celebrating the county culinary scene with tasting menus and dining deals. Now, the organization is trying...

Conscious cleansing

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We’re seated on yoga mats in a softly lit room with a brightly colored wall: reds, oranges, yellows, greens, blues, purples and whites swirl...

Astrology 4/21/22

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ARIES March 21-April 19: I recommend you adopt a limitation that will enable you to claim more freedom. For example, you could de-emphasize your involvement...

Ferncliff Food & Fuel, Bubu at Grange Hall, a Boulder summer...

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Ferncliff Food & Fuel  The highway between Nederland and Estes Park is a scenic joy, but not without its culinary attractions. On a recent mountain...

Over easy

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The Walnut Cafe was cooler than your average breakfast joint from the moment Dana Derischweiler bought it in 1986. It was also highly unlikely...

Love and leashes

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Dear Dan: I’m a married gay man. I’m nervous about sending this question and my husband is afraid you might answer it. I’m a...

Mad north-north-west

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‘The Northman’ blends hypnotic visuals with a bland story

Breaking the cycle

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Crank Farm is a new auction platform for used performance bikes, solving a frustrating problem for the cycling community

From scandal to scrutiny

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How intense citizen oversight reshaped Oakland police.

What to do when there’s nothing to do…

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EVENTS Resource Central Earth Day Celebration. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday, April 22, Resource Central, 6400 Arapahoe Road, Boulder. Free, resourcecentral.org After a year of improvements, Resource...

Letters 4/21/22

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Wrong Way Encouraging use of E-85 is a wrong way to go.  Even changing E-10 to E-15 is a poor idea. E-85 is 85% ethanol...

The unfamiliar familiar by Seicento

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Boulder’s Seicento Baroque Ensemble celebrates its 10th anniversary this weekend (April 22–24) by performing a piece that is both familiar—and not. The piece is Magnificat...