Tag: jul 15 2021 issue

Yours for the Taking

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I keep myself busy long enough to not remember the time. I keep track of minutes best in the...

As Lake Powell dwindles, wonders open up

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On May 9, protected by neoprene, I bobbed around in a flooded canyon in Utah’s Lake Powell. The reservoir had fallen...

Toward a slaughter-free America

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I remember my first chicken harvest, as it was euphemistically called. It was 1999 and I was 12. In a video of...

Letters 7.15.21

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Toward the future President Biden’s American Jobs Plan shows the type of leadership and initiative to take responsibility our...

Engine 1’s Exxon insurgency

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Long-suffering environmental activists cheered last month when an organized investor revolt forced ExxonMobil to add three climate-conscious directors to its corporate board. Despite nearly...

News in brief

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Draft CU South annexation agreement released  On Monday, July 12, the City of Boulder and University of Colorado...

Disqualified for coping

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When the USA Track & Field (USATF) released the Olympic roster on July 6, people around the country were equally frustrated and...

Astrology 7/15

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ARIES March 21-April 19: In his poem “Litany,” Aries poet Billy Collins testifies that he is “the sound of...

Emotional arsonists

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Dear Dan: I'm a 19-year-old girl who was dumped a few months ago. My partner found out he didn't like my body...

Taste of the week: Pho @ Pho Mi

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Pho soup has gone from an exotic rarity in Boulder County and environs to a common menu item. The truth is, some...

In search of harmony

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"I still get so excited talking about Belgian beers,” Brian Lutz, West Flanders Brewing Co.’s brewmaster, says. “I love the Belgian approach,...

Field of greens

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If you fry it right, the fried chicken people will most definitely come. These folks — constantly disappointed by restaurant fried chicken...