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Moving forward after the shooting

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This week, BW began the long process of exploring the issues related to the March 22 shooting in Boulder. We'll be looking...

Another day in America

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There are the sirens. The police cars. The SWAT team. The yellow tape. The media trucks. The overhead shots of the...

The Foilies 2021

The day after the 2021 inauguration, Sen. Chris Murphy of Connecticut took to Twitter to declare: “Biden is making transparency cool...

The real disruption is coming

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Franko Vatterott kept his interest in cryptocurrency to himself for several years — he’s been a self-professed “crypto guy” since circa...

The machine of death continues to roll on

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"The cold weather is terrible here,” Bertha Bermúdez Tapia says over Zoom from a refugee camp in Matamoros, a city in...

What the shecession reveals about how we value women’s work

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In January 2020, female workers in the United States hit a major milestone: they held more payroll jobs than men, netting...

The perception of nature

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After three months of work — between five and 10 hours a day most weeks — artist Amy Hoagland’s work will come...

Celebrating 27 years of local, independent journalism

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For the last several years, Boulder Weekly has celebrated its anniversary by shining a light on the unsung heroes in our community....

The test of a moral society

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In the aftermath of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, Matthew Wynia aided relief efforts on an off-coast hospital ship, where it...

‘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 —...