Tag: aug 29 2019 issue

The bad news about SB 181

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Phillip Doe is a former environmental compliance officer and head of the Reclamation Law Administration for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. He...

The perils of forgotten history

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If it’s true that it’s the history we don’t know that dooms us to repeat the mistakes of our past, then...

Letters: 8/29/19

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We are already great  Americans That a president of our United States of America implied this...

Greenland and the art of the deal

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Trump, don’t get in a snit just because everyone in Greenland and Denmark blew off your idea about the U.S. buying Greenland.

The myth of the center-right

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Senator Sherrod Brown of Ohio says that too many pundits and Democratic leaders pose a false choice “between fighting for our progressive...

Save the bounty!

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I can tell you are drowning in fresh, local produce of summer — the lettuces, peaches, etc. — and taking it for granted....

Try this week: Thrive’s nori wrap, and more

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Nori Wrap Thrive, 1509 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder, thriveraw.com Thrive’s a downtown spot for vegan and diet-friendly...

September is food festival season

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Good news: it’s food festival season. There will be no better time than the next few weeks to sample global flavors, unique...

Beyond beer

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Every week brings beer releases, anniversary parties and a festival or two, but there are ancillary aspects of beer that sometimes fall...

Maid in Mexico

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Luxury hotels are bizarre, magical places. They are like hermetically sealed chambers where every possible amenity has been accounted for: Food, drink,...

The intimate is political

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In the months leading up to the 2016 presidential election, Boulder-based artists Julie Maren and Joy Alice Eisenhauer were excited. The...

Winter is coming… and that’s OK

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Sometimes (OK, most of the time), turning out like our parents isn’t such a bad thing. Take, for example, fiddler player...