Tag: jun 10 2021 issue

‘This place is sacred’

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According to oral tradition, there once was a band of Paiute Shoshone camping at Thacker Pass — between the Double H...

Obelisks in the Desert

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Melted moon-wax dripping outover the leave-less trees tonightcharming me with such good tastelanguidly stitching together the patchwork The textures...

Taking flight

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Over the last several years, the distillers at Boulder Spirits by Vapor Distillery have quietly redefined Colorado whiskey. Now, with seven whiskeys...

Bok choy redemption

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I had given up on bok choy, because all I ever did was add it it to my soggy stir-fry. I felt...

Try this week: Jumbo Seared Scallops @ North End at 4580

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North Boulder has changed a lot in the last decade. But while new housing developments have popped up, and restaurants and businesses...

News briefs: Plastic bill, gun bills and COVID testing

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Colorado legislature passes plastic bill Recognizing the toll plastic bags and Styrofoam take on the environment, the Colorado Senate...

Beyond conventional

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Dr. Trina Hazzah has been navigating stigmas her entire life. As a gay Muslim woman, she’s no stranger to them, she says.So,...

Astrology 6/10

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ARIESMarch 21-April 19: Aries actor Leonard Nimoy became mega-famous by playing the role of Spock, an alien from the planet Vulcan in...

A recognizable, impossible world

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There was an explosion, an accident of some sort, and chaos abounded; people were screaming, running from the smoke — but...

Spine Road’s affordable and workforce housing would add diversity and opportunity...

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I’m writing in response to a May 27 op-ed by the Gunbarrel Community Alliance (GCA) (Re: “The poor door and the...

How Trumpers learned to love Myanmar’s fascist coup

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In March, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a resolution that censured the fascist military coup in Myanmar (or Burma) by...

Letters 6.10.21

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The filibuster should be put out of our misery The filibuster is an archaic relic of America’s racist past....