Tag: feb 25 2016 issue

Launching commercial spaceflight

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Imagine boarding a brand new Boeing 747 on your way to Seattle. When you reach your destination a few hours later, after unloading the...

USDA organic hemp? Yes. No. Maybe.

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Considered dangerous drugs by the federal government, marijuana and industrial hemp are still listed in the Controlled Substances Act as Schedule I drugs. While...

STFKR’s Josh Hodges muses on identity

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Josh Hodges, architect of indie upstart band STRFKR, isn’t a nobody. So it should come as a surprise to hear he aspires to be...

Skijoring descends on Minturn

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Lightening acceleration. Blistering speeds. Crashes and podium finishes. Teamwork and tradition. These are the elements of skijoring, an obscure sport with a rich history...

Artist Chris Huang gets inspiration from nature

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Some years ago while living in Tucson, artist Chris Huang became close friends with a woodworker. When the woodworker was finished with certain projects,...

Speaking of unholy abominations…

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Two options: 1 — People legitimately loved The Witch after it screened at Sundance and have hyped it because of a passion I simply...

Decision time… again

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Mary Smith takes a seat with her back to the crowd, some two-dozen people gathered in the third-floor hearing room of the Boulder County...

Good news for immigration activist

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Jeanette Vizguerra has been fighting deportation for seven years. But last week she won a significant victory. On Feb. 17 she was granted a...

This just in! Pot can drive you to drink!

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The drug war tweety birds are out with an exciting new study purporting to show that marijuana is a gateway drug to more addictive...

Letters:P 2/25/16

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Response to a nonsensical letter I felt compelled to respond to the Feb. 11, 2016 letter from Michelle Kretzer of the PETA Foundation in Norfolk,...

Astrology: Feb. 25, 2016

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ARIES March 21-April 19: Just one species has a big enough throat to swallow a person whole: the sperm whale. If you happen to be sailing...

Boulder gets third arts cinema screen

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There once was a time, in the not-so-distant past, when people would leave their homes, congregate in vast, darkened rooms, with faces familiar and...