Tag: nov 14 2019 issue

A beloved staple of the holiday season in a new medium

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It’s a Wonderful Life, a new opera by composer Jake Heggie and librettist Gene Scheer, started its performance life with a...

Unearthing a forgotten history

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Adriana Corral’s art explores the human condition and our fundamental rights. Her research-based process has taken her from her home in...

Letters: 11/14/19

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Build on open space? About a year ago I was attending a Boulder Chamber event in Glenn Miller Ballroom...

Should you be afraid of the fascists in your community?

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I get accused of “being over-the-top” and using hyperbole by conservative friends and acquaintances with increasing frequency. This is caused, in...

‘In the interest of justice’

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When Boulder County Deputy District Attorney Christina Rinke found out that Jose Lopez-Gutierrez had been deported by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE),...

Trump and the deep state

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Trump and his defenders have claimed that he is the victim of a gigantic conspiracy by the CIA, the FBI, the NSA,...

Conservation through conversation

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Environmental documentary films have the power to raise awareness about some of the most pressing issues facing our planet. But, awareness isn’t...

Sinful and sorrowful

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The Irishman begins in darkness. A small box of light at the center of the frame opens like an iris, and we see nurses...

livea humble

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i am sho my armz will fall wit fat & my chin will double wit a smile & my hair will turn gold befoe it...

The first rule of entertainment

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Like Fight Club, entertainment has rules, and the first one is so fundamentally important it deserves to be the first two....

Babette’s Feast

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November is the great food month, so it only makes sense that the Trojan Movie House and Art Cinema is screening the...

Tour de brew: Hogshead Brewery

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There’s no end of local and unique beer along the Front Range. But variety and experimentation isn’t just the sign of a mature...