Tag: apr 30 2020 issue

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

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Arise Online Gathering. 6:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m. Saturday, May 2, facebook.com/arisemusicfestival. Arise Music Festival overcomes the distance in social distancing by announcing its first-ever virtual gathering....

Aroused state

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Dear Dan: I'm a 31-year-old female. Last week I suddenly started to experience an overwhelming, compulsive, and near-constant state of physical arousal. I've masturbated...

A way through

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The sound of Other Lives’ new record, For Their Love, is the sound of frontman Jesse Tabish breaking through a prolonged period of depression. The...

The million-dollar question

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For Craig Ferguson, the million-dollar question isn’t when live music gatherings will happen this year. “The real question for everybody paying attention ... is whether...

Educational resources

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The Museum of Boulder has compiled a list of lesson plans, downloadable activities and local history references for teachers to use. You can also...

Heavy Rotation — we miss concerts

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The lights, the sounds, the movements. The palpable energy radiating through a crowd. A deeply personal experience transcending the self, becoming a collective one,...

Astrology 4/30/19

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ARIES March 21-April 19: I always hesitate to advise Aries people to slow down, be more deliberate and pay closer attention to boring details. The...

Pro tips on physical distancing from the nonhuman world

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Humans are a social species, and physical interaction keeps us healthy. Or, as the late Bill Withers wrote, “The city really ain’t no bigger...

Federal judge orders ORR and ICE to release minors with ‘greater...

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Before the summer of 2018, most Americans had never heard of the Flores settlement or about the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) and its...

Boulder chiropractor hit with a cease and desist from the AG

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On April 24, the Colorado Attorney General’s office sent out three cease and desist letters to companies advertising COVID-19 antibody and home test kits....

Price gouging, scams and identity theft

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Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S., basic necessities like toilet paper and disinfectants have become not only rare, but expensive....

There’s a new chief in town

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On April 20, Boulder’s new, and first female, police chief started work in the midst of a global pandemic and public health crisis. Maris...