Tag: dec 24 2020 issue

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 Caitlin at crockett@boulderweekly.com.  EVENTS Unity of Boulder Spiritual Center presents: ‘If You Just Believe.’...

What’s coming next

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Donny Scott, known professionally as Donny Goines, is the low-key, high-talent artist whose sound you’ve been wishing would pulse through your headphones all year....

Righteous retribution

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Cassie’s drunk again, alone in the club and a mess. She can’t find her phone, and all her friends have left. Two guys at...

Q&A from the Savage Love Livestream 2

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We hosted our second Savage Love Livestream last week and it was a blast. I ran my mouth as fast as I could but...

114 studies on flipped classrooms show small payoff for big effort

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In a flipped classroom, students watch video lectures before class and use class time to work on assignments and group projects. It’s “flipped” because...

Astrology 12.24.20

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ARIESMarch 21-April 19: Your capacity for pioneering feats and impressive accomplishments will be at a peak in 2021. So you could become the best...

Clearing the path

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Cannabis’ status as a Schedule 1 substance makes conducting scientific research on its medicinal qualities challenging. Obtaining the licenses to study cannabis in a...

In a pandemic holiday, women still do it all

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In a pandemic holiday, women still do it all Originally published by The 19th. It was the morning after Thanksgiving when her body finally gave out....

A great lesson

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Colorado is known for its beautiful and formidable high alpine regions of the Rocky Mountains, landscapes that are strong and adaptable to harsh weather,...

Welcoming more racial diversity through affordable housing

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Boulder residents must realize that diversity is not implemented into their city by openly declaring their acceptance of it, but rather through changing structures...

Try this week: Vindaloo @ Curry ‘N’ Kebob

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Boulder County is filled with excellent restaurants tucked into nondescript strip malls. Boulder’s Curry ‘N’ Kebob is one of those restaurants. With an expansive...

Boulder goes to Washington, again

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When it’s come to advocating for change at the highest levels of government during this pandemic, the Boulder County food scene has played a...