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Boulder County should have the final say on Gross Dam expansion,...

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Denying Denver Water’s 1041 application may be our only hope of saving Coal Creek Canyon and the north shore of Gross...

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

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EVENTS Poetry Reading: An Evening with Abigail Chabitnoy. 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 8....

Despite pandemic, more craft breweries are operating now than ever

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It wasn’t looking good for craft breweries this time last year. On-site and draught sales were way down, and half of breweries...

Paradise Found

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When Paradise Found Records & Music opens on April 1 at the corner of 17th and Pearl, it’ll be a homecoming...

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 Caotlin at crockett@boulderweekly.com EVENTS

Audacious growth

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Rowdy Mermaid and its founder, Jamba Dunn, have always done things differently.  Almost a decade ago, Dunn was just...

Race is a thread that connects all mass shootings

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When a gunman opened fire in the Table Mesa King Soopers on Monday, March 22, prematurely ending the lives of 10...

How the media covers mass shootings has evolved. But is it...

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From the moment it happened, the shooting at King Soopers in South Boulder dominated the national news cycle for almost two days....

Downsized dairy

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The milk you buy at the local grocery store could be from cows anywhere across the country — that’s the result...

Original intent and the Second Amendment

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In the wake of every gun-toting madman, and an ever-expanding body count, comes a host of voices raised in heated debate...

Boulder could play central role in shaping state pretrial reform legislation

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Boulder has become the center of a robust debate about criminal justice reform as legislation proposed by the ACLU and introduced...

Thoughts on work and compensation

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Presently in the United States we are experiencing a wealth gap not seen since the gilded age. A plethora of explanations...