Tag: Jul 30 2020 issue

¿Qué pasará con las iniciativas ciudadanas de 2020 en Boulder?

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El corcel de la democracia de Susan B. Anthony fue una bicicleta de acero. Para Chelsea Castellano, es una bicicleta eléctrica. Durante...

What will happen to Boulder’s 2020 citizen initiatives?

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The steed of Susan B. Anthony’s democracy was a steel single-speed. For Chelsea Castellano, it’s an e-bike....

A conversation with Global Greengrants Fund’s new CEO and president, Laura...

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When the COVID-19 crisis hit, it was just one more thing on Laura Garcia’s list of major life changes. Garcia moved...

Y’all got it wrong

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As Charley Crockett drove out of the depths of Death Valley into a field of Joshua trees, the snow began to...

Heavy Rotation

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Documenting Charley Crockett’s influences is like a history lesson in mid-20th century music. From the pioneer of...

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

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If your organization is planning an event of any kind, please email Caitlin at crockett@boulderweekly.com.  VIRTUAL EVENTS

On pot, the Dems can’t get past Joe Biden

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Polls routinely show that Democrats overwhelmingly favor legalizing marijuana, so you would think that the Dems would include a plank in...

Keep calm and carry cake

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They’ll be love and laughter / And peace ever after / Tomorrow, when the world is free —Vera Lynn, “The White Cliffs...

Friends In Deed

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Dear Dan: I'm a 20-something more-or-less lesbian in an East Coast city. I'm primarily into women, and I'm only interested in relationships...

Home viewing: Olivia de Havilland

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Walking through life with you, ma’am, has been a very gracious thing. —They Died With Their Boots On

Astrology 7/30/20

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ARIES March 21-April 19: Aries poet Lawrence Ferlinghetti is renowned for his buoyancy. In one of his famous lines,...

Fare thee well: BRU handbuilt ales & eats

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It started as a dream on a beach in Mexico, a dream that became a reality in 2012 when Ian and...