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Hometown Hero: Nell Rojas

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One morning in March, low clouds hung heavy over the springy rubber track behind Boulder’s Manhattan Middle School of Arts. It was a perfect...

Cultivating solutions

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Boulder Mushroom uses fungi as a tool for healing people and saving soil—and that shouldn’t sound so radical, they say

Joining forces

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On Feb. 1, 2022, Boulder’s City Council voted 6-3 to allow a Boulder Police Department (BPD) officer to join the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task...

The Foilies 2022

Recognizing the year’s worst in government transparency

When ‘plus-size’ is average, why consider it niche?

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The first time Raquel Vélez went skiing, she wore a hoodie and sweatpants under a rain jacket and rain pants, not for fashion’s sake,...

Altered consciousness in the hills

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Out in nature, seeing things that aren’t there is more common than you might imagine

The victim penalty

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By her own account, Kristin Vietti is stubborn—for the last 13 years, she’s refused to pay the University of Colorado Boulder (CU) the thousands...

Digging for the Truth

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Tensions between Nederland and a mysterious mining company have escalated since the state ordered the mine to cease and desist

Top of the thrift chain

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Resellers and digitization are changing the local secondhand ecosystem—for better or for worse, and for whom?

The magic in not knowing

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Sofar Sounds secretive shows are an incubator for diverse talent

Celebrating 28 years of no-holds barred, independent local journalism

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It takes a stalwart collection of people to keep an independent newspaper afloat for 28 years: tenacious reporters, visionary editors, driven sales staff and...

A dam shame?

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It’s hard for locals like Seth Cousin, who live on Gross Reservoir, to imagine what it will look like after the dam has been...