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‘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...

Save our stages

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If this were a typical year, both the Boulder and Fox theaters would be hosting their 150th shows right now, in...

Vote Guide 2020

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Welcome to Boulder Weekly’s 2020 Vote Guide. As always, we are providing our endorsements for every election and issue Boulder County voters...

A tiny house, a big step

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Standing on a two-acre plot of land in southwest Longmont, Navy veteran Paul Melroy surveys the scene: Upon this tractor-raked swath...

Pandemic profiteering

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More than 200,000 Americans have died from COVID-19 and more than 32 million have lost their jobs. During the first quarter of...

The third act

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The art world is no stranger to sleeper success stories — late bloomers. Paul Cézanne’s soft, colorful landscapes didn’t garner attention...

Capitalism is the crisis

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Despite sub-zero temperatures — because of them, actually — protesters gathered outside Brooklyn’s Metropolitan Detention Center in early February 2019. Inside,...

Make Colorado grizzly again

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After almost a decade of federally funded bounty programs, grizzly bears were officially declared “extirpated” in Colorado in 1951. So when...

Takin’ it to the streets

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Street Wise Boulder is back, Sept. 7-13, for its second year, bringing muralists (and 3D artists) from around Colorado and as...

Courts rule

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While dozens of Boulderites spent the spring risking their health to collect thousands of petition signatures and...

The cost of becoming American

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On July 31, United States Citizen and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced significant fee increases for most naturalization and benefits requests. While...

On dangerous ground

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The date of Aug. 11 has been looming in Ruy Arango’s mind for months. It’s an expiration...