Tag: aug 22 2019 issue

Letters: 8/22/19

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Danish wrong on guns I have lived in Colorado for 40 years, 20 in Denver and 20 in Boulder....

Humpty Dumpty, Jews and Armageddon

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My mom always told me opening my big mouth about politics and religion would be my downfall. I don’t disagree. But...

Oil industry exemptions may doom EPA efforts to improve Front Range...

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Each morning the Earth turns east in its orbit and the sun’s rays hit the highest peaks in Colorado. As the foothills...

Colorado Rising files motion to reopen Longmont fracking ban case

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In a surprising move following on the heels of the passage and signing of Colorado Senate Bill 19-181 — a piece of...

Appalling incompetence and majestic triumph on Longs Peak

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As I climbed the steps to Wayne’s condo, I expected him to be thrilled at my news. Wayne was an experienced Boulder...

That’s a wrap

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When I was a teenage prep cook, I created a dish that never made it onto the menu, even as a special,...

Getting paid to eat

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Food writing was not a serious journalism job. When I started working for local publications in the late 1970s in Colorado, stories...

Try this week: Coma Mexican Grill, Darleen’z Dillaz, and more

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Chili Verde Burrito Coma Mexican Grill, 4800 Baseline Road, Unit E-105, Boulder, comamexgrill.com The latest addition...

An international state of mind

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We are living in a golden age of cinema. You might not agree if your focus is solely on multiplexes infected with...

‘Beer doesn’t just go with chicken wings and a pretzel’

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Now in its eighth year, Chef & Brew Festival is one of Colorado’s premier beer and food events — a flourishing segment...

Transcendent connections

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In late May, Kyle Donovan packed up his guitar and headed south, about a hundred miles west of Austin, to perform...

The antidote to despair

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In a storage unit in Boulder sits a sort of museum of remembrance, momentos of lives past, curated intentionally by CU...