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Blueprint for a movement

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Born and raised in Boulder, historian Allyson Brantley knows a thing or two about Coors Brewery. So a few years ago she...

Givin’ Up This Beer for Sweeter Wine

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The following is an excerpt from the fifth chapter of Brewing a Boycott, which details Coors brewery workers’ 21-month strike against the...

News: DACA updates, methane monitoring, angry politicians

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DACA on the brink, again Once again, the federal Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program is in...

Engine 1’s Exxon insurgency

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Long-suffering environmental activists cheered last month when an organized investor revolt forced ExxonMobil to add three climate-conscious directors to its corporate board. Despite nearly...

Preparing for the ‘Rapture’

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Peter Kater’s never been religious, but he’s had his share of divine experiences.  Mushrooms, LSD, fasting, meditation —...

News in brief

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Draft CU South annexation agreement released  On Monday, July 12, the City of Boulder and University of Colorado...

Colorado rules on hemp could pave the way for the rest...

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Once again, Colorado looks poised to lead the nation in cannabis regulation, as a slate of new state-mandated requirements for hemp...

Recapturing the momentum

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The Boulder Environment / Nature / Outdoors Film Festival (Boulder ENOFF) returns to the Dairy Arts Center July 15-18 for an...

An Odyssey of one’s own

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Think about the homecoming that is taking place right now — slowly — across the globe. We are all, in some...

A roller coaster week for eviction prevention and housing justice

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On Friday, June 25, Gov. Jared Polis signed into law SB173, which will “ensure tenants have more options to stay housed,” the...

A rebel cry

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A week before she sets off on a 26-city, three-month tour, Jackie Venson is packing up to move into more spacious digs...

The totality of me

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Call Marlon Riggs whatever you want. He describes himself as an “independent documentary producer,” but if you want to call him...