Tag: Nov 07 2019 issue

Letters: 11/7/19

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Austin deserved better Regarding John Lendorff’s article, “The final stage” about Jeff Austin (Re: Buzz, Oct. 31, 2019), if...

No, TABOR does not make it harder to raise taxes

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In trying to explain the sound ass-kicking Colorado voters administered to Prop CC, the Denver Post’sAlex Burness offered the following reflection:

Grass, no jam

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Dobroist Justin Konrad describes standing onstage at the 2019 Telluride Bluegrass Festival for the first time as a “surreal experience.” Boulder’s Bowregard...

The Man Show

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Dear Dan: I am male. A close female friend was raped by an old acquaintance of mine. I knew this guy when we...

Drilling in an Arctic Eden

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Outside my nylon cocoon, a high-pitched buzz pulsed: enemies at the gates. Enemies that would devour me alive given the chance. 

The giving season

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When Halloween passes and we push our clocks back for daylight saving time, many of us turn our attentions to the holiday...

Try this week: Jungle, Morning Glory Cafe, and more

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Black and Blue Tuna Morning Glory Cafe, 1377 Forest Park Circle, Unit 101, Lafayette, morningglorycafe.org Ask...

Restaurant week is a chance to find your next favorite eatery

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A quick quiz: How many local restaurants do you dine at regularly? Honestly, like more than once a year? If you are...

‘Life is no way to treat an animal.’

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The 42nd Denver Film Festival (DFF) concludes Nov. 10, but there are still plenty of movies to see. Here are three not to be...

Long Day’s Journey Into Night

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When Avatar shattered box-office records in 2009, many attributed the movie’s success to 3D’s profitability. And not just because viewers were intrigued, but because...

Meet the Ivalas Quartet

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The Ivalas Quartet only recently arrived in Colorado, but if you follow classical music you will be hearing about them soon.

Faces of nature

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During a snowy day, if you look outside the window, all you may see is a smattering of white flakes coating the...