Tag: jul 25 2019 issue

A rallying cry

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Laurel Eckhouse’s grandmother almost didn’t make it to the U.S. Born in 1920, she fled Nazi Germany for London in 1933 as...

With a fishing rod and an open mind

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Fishing books and magazines tend to lock in a certain archetype: a fisherman clad in expensive gear surrounded by pristine wilderness marveling...

Annie Booth says, ‘Hello, Boulder’

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Pianist Annie Booth has to think a minute or two to recall the last time she trundled her trio up the (unbuckled)...

Saving the cats

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The day after A.A. Bondy finished his latest album, Enderness, his house burned in the Woolsey Fire that ate up nearly 100,000...

Brawling love

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Is Romeo and Juliet a romance or a tragedy? It probably says a lot about the human condition that an overwhelming number...

My story

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I wonder why it is by all accounts that what I’ve arranged is as yet fixedwhen night makes up for lost time...

Fingering It Out

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Dear Dan: I’m a 36-year-old straight guy, happily married for more than 10 years, and a longtime reader. My wife and I...

Cannabis gets its day in the capitol

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Cannabis is having a moment in the nation’s capitol. This week, lawmakers in Washington D.C. introduced a bill to decriminalize marijuana at...

The return of the three dot stoner journalism

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Evolution in action, Joe Biden edition… It seems to have dawned on Biden that his role in creating the war on drugs...

Profiles in brew: Michael Memsic and Chris Coyne of Sanitas Brewing...

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When it comes to cities, few have a magnet buried deep underground quite like Boulder. Take the two co-founders of Sanitas Brewing...

The good lie

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Billi (Awkwafina) has come home to China. Specifically Changchun — a city she left at the age of 6, when her father...

Alt breakfast

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Sometimes even a self-professed breakfast fanatic gets sick of the same old thing, especially during the summer. If I have to face...