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All roads lead to Boulder

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You’ve likely gathered enough anecdotal evidence in talking to friends and colleagues to know that Boulder County is quickly becoming an unaffordable...

The farm workers’ due

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At some farming operations in Colorado, agricultural workers are reporting disturbing working conditions. Workers say they’re denied access to health care services...

Pressure points

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In the seven years Adam Perry has owned his affordable unit at Iris Hollow, there have been times when his monthly...

A recognizable, impossible world

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There was an explosion, an accident of some sort, and chaos abounded; people were screaming, running from the smoke — but...

Boulder County Pride 2021

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Out Boulder Annual Garden Party. 4 p.m. Sunday, June 6, private residence. To reserve a spot, email jmoreno@outboulder.org....

A community’s response

The COVID-19 pandemic hit Native Americans especially hard. But as the spotlight turned to larger communities, including the Navajo Nation, the...

Boulder’s sweetheart gets ‘Sweeter’

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Has anyone here ever been in love?” Dafna Margalit asks a crowd.  It’s 2018, and Margalit, then a...

The tide has turned

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Days after lawmakers began debating a package of firearm regulation bills at the...

Six weeks since the shooting, community trauma expected to persist

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For some, it may be a pervasive sense of hyper-vigilance, anxiety, being on edge and on high alert, especially when going into...

Best of Boulder results are in!

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Welcome to the 25th annual Best of Boulder™ publication. For the last quarter-century, Boulder Weekly has invited readers to vote for all...

Radical imagination

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For Bobby LeFebre, Colorado’s eighth poet laureate, place and identity are an inseparable part of the human experience. His work addresses...

What did we need to know during the shooting?

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For part one of this series, go here. Before the shooting had ceased at King Soopers on March...