Tag: Oct 01 2020 issue

Why Trump will leave office if he loses the election

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There is widespread concern that President Trump won’t leave office if he loses the election. This angst is understandable. Trump has, after...

Letters 10/1: Online petitioning, COGCC and more

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On online petitioning Thanks for the great article discussing Boulder’s slow walk toward online petitioning (Re: News, “Advancing Democracy,”...

Try this week: Dup Bob @ A Cup of Peace

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A Cup of Peace is the place to get bubble tea in Boulder, but may we suggest dipping into its menu of...

Take a peek: Avanti Food & Beverage in Boulder

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At long last, Boulder’s second food hall, Avanti Food & Beverage officially opens Oct. 3, after years of planning, renovations and finding...

The long goodbye

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Dick Johnson isn’t dead. Not yet, at least. But he will be. We all will, sooner or later. And it’s sooner...

A tiny house, a big step

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Standing on a two-acre plot of land in southwest Longmont, Navy veteran Paul Melroy surveys the scene: Upon this tractor-raked swath...

Home Viewing: ‘Cameraperson’

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For more than 30 years, Kirsten Johnson has seen the world from behind the camera. “ taught me...

Empowering the survivor voting block

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The passing of Supreme Court Justice and women’s equality champion Ruth Bader Ginsburg, in conjunction with National Voter Registration Day, brought...

Knuckle Puck Brewing

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Located just east of I-25 and State Highway 66, in the murky region that is sometimes Longmont, sometimes Mead, Knuckle Puck...

WANDERER

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tea leaves spell out my thursday blues my mother calls it restless mind.  Plastic tulips sit on my nightstand so that at least one thing is...

Two great tastes that taste great together

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2020 might be a dumpster fire, but this year’s International Beer and Pizza Day will be Friday, Oct. 9 — it’s...

The power of a platform

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The physical menu is a dying tradition. Even prior to COVID-19, many businesses were starting to switch over to a digital...