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Misguided forest policy

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When running for President, Bill Clinton’s political adviser, James Carville, famously said, “It’s the economy, stupid!” Clinton listened to Carville and...

Garden of salvaged delights

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I’m not here to guilt-trip you about the fresh vegetables I know you throw out every week. There are plenty of environmental...

What to do when there’s ‘nothing’ to do…

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If your organization is planning an event of any kind, please email the arts and culture editor at crockett@boulderweekly.com

As Lake Powell dwindles, wonders open up

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On May 9, protected by neoprene, I bobbed around in a flooded canyon in Utah’s Lake Powell. The reservoir had fallen...

In search of harmony

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"I still get so excited talking about Belgian beers,” Brian Lutz, West Flanders Brewing Co.’s brewmaster, says. “I love the Belgian approach,...

Conserving Colorado’s climbing

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Sitting high above Estes Park on top of Prospect Mountain are the Thumb and Needle Spires, two prominent landmarks of Colorado climbing...

What to do when there’s ‘nothing’ to do…

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EVENTS 33rd Annual Charles Sawtelle Memorial Mountain Jam. 11:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m Sunday, July 18, Gold Hill Inn, 401...

7th annual 101-word fiction contest

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Welcome to the seventh annual 101-word fiction contest. It’s become one of our favorite traditions here at Boulder Weekly — a chance...

The Child Tax Credit: income for your family

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No matter where I go in Colorado, I meet parents who are working incredibly hard — two or three jobs at...

What to do when there’s ‘nothing’ to do…

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If your organization is planning an event of any kind, please email the arts and culture editor at crockett@boulderweekly.com

On the baked goods trail

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Getting out of town in the past year, I’ve appreciated the bluebird skies, pristine vistas and hairpin turns because almost everywhere I...

Shaking up Salt

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When a space has been a restaurant almost continuously for nearly 75 years, it retains echoes of all the people who’ve eaten...