Tag: jul 01 2021 issue

‘To benefit the industry’

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It wouldn’t have happened without the pandemic. “I would have been too busy with events,” Laura Lodge says....

Shaking up Salt

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When a space has been a restaurant almost continuously for nearly 75 years, it retains echoes of all the people who’ve eaten...

Try this week: Chicken Pesto Parm Bowl @ Sweetgreen

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If you’re looking for a healthy lunch spot, Sweetgreen is the spot for you. Although the restaurant is a chain with stores...

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

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FOURTH OF JULY Boulder  July Fourth Celebration with Boulder Symphony Orchestra. 7-8:30 p.m., Sunday, July...

Improved Medicare for All: simple, universal, affordable

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We can meet the health care needs of us all, in a way we each can afford, spend less and have better...

Letters 7.1.2021

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HOAs and US “Pressure points” (RE: News, June 17) regarding HOA fees and operations gave me pause. I’ve lived...

A roller coaster week for eviction prevention and housing justice

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On Friday, June 25, Gov. Jared Polis signed into law SB173, which will “ensure tenants have more options to stay housed,” the...

All roads lead to Boulder

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You’ve likely gathered enough anecdotal evidence in talking to friends and colleagues to know that Boulder County is quickly becoming an unaffordable...

A rebel cry

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A week before she sets off on a 26-city, three-month tour, Jackie Venson is packing up to move into more spacious digs...

The totality of me

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Call Marlon Riggs whatever you want. He describes himself as an “independent documentary producer,” but if you want to call him...

Queer quickies

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Dear Dan: I just attended the nauseating wedding of my 30-year-old niece to her boyfriend of several years. Both of them seem as...