Tag: jul 14 2022 issue

Spicy grape juice

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Squeeze every drop of summer onto the melting ice cubes of life

Dick down

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Dear Dan: I’m a cis woman in her 30s who lives on the East Coast. I’ve been in an LTR with the same cis man...

What to do when there’s nothing to do…

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EVENTS Peruvian Fest (Festival Peruano)7 a.m.- 7 p.m. Sunday, July 17, Sandstone Ranch Community Park & Nature Area, 3001 Colorado Highway 119, LongmontEvery year Longmont’s...

Acid reign

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Anthony Lopiccolo is from Detroit, but as a jazz lover he appreciates the music’s deep history in the Five Points area of Denver. That...

Layers of paper, paint and memory

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A tall, white canvas leans against the wall in Clara Nulty’s painting studio.It looks nearly blank, but there’s a pattern of dots, not unlike...

Roll another one

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As a child growing up in Pennsylvania, Alexandra Schwan had no idea that she would eventually join musical forces in Colorado with another native...

What rent control could have looked like in Boulder

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Since the beginning of this column in March, I’ve focused on rent control—then I pivoted, uncovering the broader history of tenant activism in Boulder....

Letters 7/14/22

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Ghost Riders It’s almost 7 a.m. on Sunday and I’m stopped at a red light at 95th and Dillion Road in Louisville with seven other...

The Oath Keeper’s son—part I

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Oath Keepers chief Stewart Rhodes’ son explains why he left ‘daddy Trump’ and the ‘far-right’ cult

The language of stoke

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TGR’s latest mountain bike film ‘Esperanto’ features a Littleton local becoming a freeride idol for the next generation of riders

The tiger in the jungle

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Remembering the legacy of James Caan with 'Thief'

Delivered by a robot, Rakken Ramen is a fully animated meal

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Isaac Asimov’s second rIle of robotics in the novel I, Robot states that “a robot shall obey any instruction given to it by a...