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Keeping the tradition going

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When your family has successfully organized and run a multi-day arts and culture festival each of the past 33 years, odds are...

Starting the conversation

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Historic floods. Severe drought. Record wildfires. Since the turn of the century, Colorado has experienced extreme weather events made worse by...

Best of Boulder 2020

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Click here to read the Best of Boulder 2020 digital edition. Welcome to the 24th annual Best of Boulder™...

A first step

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In one of the first moves following the death of George Floyd at the hands of police officers in late May,...

I can’t breathe

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A 6-year-old girl sits on the shoulders of her father’s friend. As she’s asked, “What did daddy do?” she smiles and responds,...

What can we learn about criminal justice reform from the...

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The Boulder County Jail only had 199 inmates on Friday, May 22 — a record low, according to Sheriff Joe Pelle....

Signs of the times

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Early in the coronavirus shutdown, Boulder photographer Marsha Steckling walked Pearl Street, only seeing three or four people out on the mall....

A guarantee of sanity

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During the early years of the AIDS epidemic in America, with Ronald Reagan conspicuously devoid of public thoughts on the matter, art...

Out your front door

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Feeling the dirt under our feet and breathing in fresh air away from traffic while taking in mountain views is a...

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...

The future of our survival

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As friends and colleagues watched their bank accounts inflate by $1,200 (or more, depending on the size of their family) in mid-April,...

Earth Day at 50 (in the time of the coronavirus)

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Fifty years ago, on April 22, 1970, 20 million Americans rallied around the country in the first ever Earth Day celebration....