Tag: feb 11 2021 issue

Cascading success

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R. Alan Brooks has been busy.  Over the last several years, one success has led to another for...

Try this week: Cobbarado salad @ Naked Lunch

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In the dead of winter, when the days are short, the temperature drops below freezing, and the Flatirons are covered by clouds,...

Souped up

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Several years ago, Grace Ventura got a bug. The youngest of her six children, the only one still in the house, “wasn’t...

Boulder Beer relaunches with new look and talk of a new...

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Boulder Beer has some staying power. Despite management of Colorado’s first independent craft brewery switching hands last year, and despite the closure...

Astrology 2/11/21

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ARIES March 21-April 19:Author Anton Chekhov made a radical proposal: ”Perhaps the feelings we experience when we are in...

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

A misleading distinction

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When purchasing cannabis, users are faced with a choice: Do they want an indica high or a sativa high? The distinction (as...

Colorado’s ‘Soul Food Scholar’ on history, publishing, race and barbecue

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How did Colorado’s Adrian Miller, an attorney with degrees from Stanford and Georgetown, go from working in the Clinton administration and serving...

The perception of nature

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After three months of work — between five and 10 hours a day most weeks — artist Amy Hoagland’s work will come...

If we can find WallStreetBets users, why can’t we find Q?

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In the final days of January, the identity of Reddit user “DeepF—ingValue” from the forum WallStreetBets was made public at the...

Gun nut has a warning

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When I was a young man growing up in rural Oregon, there was a term for people like me: “gun nut.” 

Camping bans, occupancy limits and standardized testing

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Larimer County District Court rules camping ban unconstitutional, a first in the state Homeless...