Tag: oct 03 2019 issue

Bad guys

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Dear Dan: I met a guy right around the time my boyfriend dumped me. I met him on a dating site, but...

Mutual understanding

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In June of 1989, a military coup, led by Omar al-Bashir, overtook the government in Sudan. Combined with widespread famine, the...

To be transformed

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As an avid theater lover, I’m always excited to try a new experience. Last spring, I was intrigued when a friend...

Not as simple as it seems

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Have you ever been stranded in an airport between flights? If so, Boulder’s Ars Nova Singers and Denver’s...

From sea to peak

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The mountain known as K2 is also known as “Savage Mountain.” Its sheer, jagged slopes rise from Pakistan’s Karakoram Valley floor and...

That’s a great idea, Charlie

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The year: 1981. The protagonist: Charlie Papazian, America’s homebrewing advocate. The setting: the Great British Beer Festival in England. “In...

Fentanyl in the family

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Boulder County is far from immune to the national opioid epidemic. Whether it’s high-profile overdose deaths, like that of Eric Chase Bolling...

C’mon get happy

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Judy Garland was born in a trunk. Or so the story goes in A Star Is Born, a movie about an aging actor on...

Celebrating Stan

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Watching a Stan Brakhage film is like dreaming with your eyes open. The collision of colors and shadows, images overlapping images, distortions and rapid-fire...

In our nature

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Sue Cass is a Boulder birder with a keen interest in raptors, a master gardener with an encyclopedic knowledge of the area’s...

big night out

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bits & piecesof me slough offevery day slivers of sanityflecks of hopescraps of intellecti sweep them up & save themfor a rainy day

The Thai that binds

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Fragrant steam permeates the kitchen as Bee Rungtawan Kisich works the wok in her Lafayette home.  She adds fresh...