Tag: jul 08 2021 issue

7th annual 101-word fiction contest

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Welcome to the seventh annual 101-word fiction contest. It’s become one of our favorite traditions here at Boulder Weekly — a chance...

The Child Tax Credit: income for your family

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No matter where I go in Colorado, I meet parents who are working incredibly hard — two or three jobs at...

Letters 7.8.21

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Happy Juneteenth, Chancellor In a June 18 email to employees of the Colorado Community College System (CCCS), Chancellor Joe...

India Walton and the promise of democratic socialism

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These days, Republican leaders are labeling most ideas or policies that Democrats advocate as “socialist.” This is a decades-old attack but...

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

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Astrology 7/8

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ARIES March 21-April 19: Poet Joshua Jennifer Espinoza writes, “i name my body girl of my dreams / i...

The delta-8 gray area

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When the federal Farm Bill passed in 2018, it was huge news for the CBD industry. Finally, the regulation of hemp-derived products...

On the baked goods trail

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Getting out of town in the past year, I’ve appreciated the bluebird skies, pristine vistas and hairpin turns because almost everywhere I...

Resilient

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Bob Baile has a lot of love to spread around. “I gotta tell you how great the city has...

Taste of the week: Sausage and pretzels @ Outworld Brewing

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The place to space out over an ale with comfy schnitzel sandwiches, poutine or cheesy spaetzle is Outworld Brewing, located in the...

Sack lunch

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On the first Thursday of every month I host “Sack Lunch,” an online hangout exclusively for Magnum subscribers to the Savage Lovecast....

Colorado rules on hemp could pave the way for the rest...

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Once again, Colorado looks poised to lead the nation in cannabis regulation, as a slate of new state-mandated requirements for hemp...