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‘More sinister than Nixon by a longshot’

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As Trump supporters forced their way into the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, photojournalists captured history. The images...

The inside story of how Boulder and Xcel reached a settlement

After Boulder voters approved Ballot Issue 2C tin November 2020, which entered Boulder and Xcel Energy into a 20-year franchise agreement and...

7th annual essay issue

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Every year around this time, Boulder Weekly publishes a collection of essays written by the people — editors, publishers, contributors —...

In a pandemic holiday, women still do it all

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In a pandemic holiday, women still do it all Originally published by The 19th. It...

Holiday happenings

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Check out more holiday events in our weekly calendar. Boulderado Christmas Dinner (patio dining or to-go). 

Can the sad clown still tell a joke?

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A couple of years ago, in the disorienting wake of a divorce, Andy Eppler found himself in his garden, pondering the...

Project Censored’s Top 10 stories show missing patterns in corporate news

Every year since 1976, Project Censored has performed an invaluable service — shedding light on the most significant news that’s somehow...

Nothing is guaranteed

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Fossil fuel development in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) is one step closer to becoming a reality as of Nov....

A place to call home

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It’s hard to believe that anything is capable of expanding in the ice-water bath that is 2020, but the team at...

Plenty of fish?

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File this one under: Let’s hope it doesn’t come to that. New research out of the University of Colorado...

Signing up

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If you drove down 28th Street in Boulder any Saturday in the last two months, you saw the Trump party. An unmarked,...

‘Everything here is frustrating’

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For the first time in his life, Andrew Johnson is registered to vote. In and out of the criminal justice system...