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Green tide rising

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When Colorado legalized cannabis, there were a lot of skeptics who feared the state’s workforce was about to become lazy and unmotivated....

Job market not so much to brag about

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Noticing all the rosy accolades about the job market in the commercial media, one would think the economy is on cloud nine...

Letters 1/13/2022

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The world does not hear The COVID-19 virus eludes identification and capture. Relentless efforts by science has not found...

Mountaineering mathematics

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I will wager Sir Isaac Newton wasn’t a climber, but mountaineers do share bonds with the great mathematician and physicist. For instance,...

Taste of the Week: The Brexit Sandwich @ Le Frigo Deli

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My inner child was feeling cranky after the first of the year, in need of an uplifting lunch. I wanted a singular...

Something to see; something to read

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Well, that didn’t take very long, did it? It’s only the second week of 2022, and we already have the first great...

Giù un dente!

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Before the last day of riding on the itinerary of legendary cyclist Andy Hampsten’s first tour with his company, Cinghiale, since the...

Fighting the Gentleman’s Insurrection

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The House committee to investigate the violent January 6 attempted coup d'etat is in a race against time. If the Democrats lose...

My fellow Americans . . .

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By the spring of 2020, André Ramos-Woodard (they/them) was mad as hell. It started with Ahmaud Arbery, chased and...

The return of the virtual Sundance Film Festival

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For the second year in a row, the Sundance Film Festival returns to Colorado. Well, to anyone with an internet connection and...

Not fade away

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“I don’t know how this is going to work,” Laura Lodge, cofounder of the Big Beers, Belgians and Barleywines Festival, says matter-of-factly....

Taste of the Week: Ulavacharu biryani and chicken korma @ Bawarachi...

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It’s easy to love the cuisine served at local Indian restaurants, but after a while you notice that the same dishes—from tandoori...