Tag: Feb 23 2017 issue

A little bit of Canada comes to Colorado

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Film festivals tend to stay put. Imagine how confusing it would be if the Cannes Film Festival was suddenly relocated to Bordeaux? What if...

Is the Drug Czar headed for the guillotine?

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Let’s hope this isn’t an example of fake news in The New York Times. Last Friday (Feb. 17) the Times reported that it had “obtained”...

Très chic

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The St Julien is kind of a special spot for the Boulder Weekly editorial staff, especially on Thursdays after the paper comes out. We’re...

You can’t outfox the Fox

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It was 1994, and Don Strasburg was walking (running, depending on who tells the story) around his Boulder home with a 101 Dalmatians bed...

ICUMI (In case you missed it)

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All hail Zoron Hey NASA, want to increase your funding? We’ve got a great idea how you can get all the money you could ever...

Shelter from the storm

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When Jeanette Vizguerra entered sanctuary in the First Unitarian Society church in Denver on Wednesday, Feb. 15, she brought national attention to a growing...

Off Target: Part 2 Update: Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission predator...

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Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s (CPW) two predator management plans have been embroiled in controversy and uncertainty as to their scientific legitimacy since being unanimously...

Utah loses Outdoor Retailer show over Bears Ears

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Outdoor Retailer, the outdoor recreation industry’s largest trade show, has announced plans to cut ties with Utah in protest of the state’s opposition to...

Turning Japanese

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It smells like stale vodka when you sniff it. Then it singes your throat with its flaming jet-fuel flavor, rendering your throat desiccated and...

Unscrambling egg myths

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A few years ago, the humble egg went through a public relations nightmare. Blemished with the falsehood of causing high cholesterol, eggs scared many people...

A spoonful of drama makes the climate science go down

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Tira Palmquist has written multiple plays throughout her career. Her latest play Two Degrees arose from an unlikely source: a conversation she had with...

Nineteen voices a snap for Ars Nova singers

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A choral piece for “only” 19 parts is almost too easy for the experienced voices of Boulder’s Ars Nova Singers. Last year they sang two...