Tag: jun 18 2020 issue

Best of Boulder 2020

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Click here to read the Best of Boulder 2020 digital edition. Welcome to the 24th annual Best of Boulder™...

World Sickle Cell Day highlights disease predominantly affecting people of color

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Juneteenth celebrates African American freedom, commemorating the end of slavery in the U.S. and acknowledging a period in history that has...

The Colorado special

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The room is empty except for three large, stainless-steel tanks against one wall, hooked up to wires, hoses and valves. Brian...

No such thing

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Fate rides on fiery tracks as the warmth of the flame creeps from underneath the doortell...

Want to avoid a pre-employment drug test? Look for work at...

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OK, you smoke pot. And you need a job. Are you wondering which jobs are least likely to involve having to pass...

Astrology 6/18/20

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ARIES March 21-April 19: My Aries friend Lavinia told me, “The fight I’m enjoying most lately is my fight...

The last masterpiece

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On April 23, 1917, Buster Keaton made his theatrical debut in Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle’s The Butcher Boy. Three years later, Keaton...

Home viewing: Silent clowns

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It’s mid-June, which means we ought to be full swing into Chautauqua’s Summer of Silents — the annual celebration of cinema...

Lagers for Fathers

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French biologist Louis Pasteur had five children. That means he would be treated to five ice cream cones, five bad ties...

Drink this: Oskar Blues Brewery’s Slow Chill Munich-style Helles

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The most recent addition to Oskar Blues’ European-inspired lager series, Slow Chill, is a classic Munich-style helles: Pale straw color with...

A portal to the imagination

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Helios Lucida’s exhibition at the Firehouse Art Center proves Oscar Wilde was right: Life imitates art far more than art imitates...

Dance like your life depends on it

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‘Space Samba (Disco Volador Theme),’ by The Orielles Though released in February, “Space Samba” screams summer from the first...