Tag: apr 22 2021 issue

‘For internal use only’

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Since 2016, rumors have circulated among cannabis tax experts of an undisclosed playbook the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) uses to audit the...

Astrology 4/22/21

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ARIESMarch 21-April 19: Blogger Emma Elsworthy wrote her “Self-Care List.” I’ll tell you a few of her 57 action items, in hopes...

Try this week: Green Chile Cheddarshack @ Shake Shack

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OK, we bit the bullet and followed the hordes to Boulder’s new Shake Shack, located in the Twenty-Ninth Street Mall. Shake Shack...

Investing in good food

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You can’t talk to a Boulder County farmer for more than five minutes without ending up talking about soil. There’s a reason...

The one time of year to drink a mint julep

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You can have a gin and tonic or a negroni any time you want. But order a mint julep in October and...

Moving the media forward

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When a gunman killed eight people in Indianapolis on April 15, it marked the 45th mass shooting (four or more casualties) in...

News briefs: Red Letter Books closing, oil and gas leasing pause...

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Red Letter Secondhand Books set to close at end of April as building is scheduled for demolition After more...

It’s time wealth paid its fair share

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Since 1980, the U.S. economy has increasingly divided Americans along class lines to a degree now rivaling the Gilded Age. Economic elites...

PERA should divest from fossil fuels for the climate as well...

Colorado legislators and Colorado’s state pension fund — Public Employees Retirement Association (PERA) — should be paying close attention to the fact...

Letters: Earth Day, Not Normal, Divest

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Standing A breeze strokes the pine limbs, creating a windborne symphony. We encircle one tree, joining hands. This tree...

Road Salt Is Imperiling Aquatic Ecosystems. It Doesn’t Have To.

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During this unusually snowy year, the rumble of snowplows and salt trucks has...

Things change

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Things change, always. You wrote this in my yearbook. I stumbled upon it last week. In the heart of the fire is...