Tag: Oct 17 2019 issue

Letters: 10/17/19

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Regarding BW’s endorsement of Bagley for Longmont mayor Well. It definitely shows y’all drink heavily...

Trump destroyed the Rojava project

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When Turkey invaded Syria, there was almost universal condemnation across the political spectrum. But the most unique protesters are the anarchists...

On a positive note… mostly

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Folks often ask me why we don’t report more “good news.” I usually fire back something along the lines of “nobody...

Standards

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Dear Dan: I’m a Seattle local who basically grew up reading your column. I think you’ve always given really sound advice, so...

Only time to be yourself

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Shantell Martin works fast. With a marker in hand, she stays in constant motion — drawing lines, faces, words, squiggles, stick...

Learning to fall

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When you fall from something taller than a door frame, don’t tense up, don’t get rigid. As airy nothingness swoops in, however...

Grain bowl game

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I can’t stand quinoa.  I know that’s heresy in Boulder County, where quinoa is more common on menus than cheeseburgers. 

Strong ties keep Pettyjohn’s going 50 years later

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Chris Coppinger was on his way out to California in 1977 after graduating from the University of Maryland. If you ask him,...

Try this week: Folsom Foods at Rosetta Hall, and more

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Colorado Pastrami Sandwich Folsom Foods, Rosetta Hall, 1009 Walnut St., Boulder, rosettahall.com/chefs/folsom-foods There’s a lot to...

The STEAM of dreams

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“We believe art is a powerful gateway drug into science,” George Sparks, CEO of the Denver Museum of Nature & Science (DMNS), says...

From a second-rate Bette Davis to a first-rate auteur

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They say the future of film is female. It is. But so is the past. Maybe that’s not evident upon first glance —...

Mamma Roma

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Few filmmakers are as divisive as the great Italian Pier Paolo Pasolini. He was a novelist, a poet and a provocateur even...