Tag: oct 21 2021 issue

Red flag laws are saving lives. They could save more.

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By Matt Vasilogambros, Stateline, an initiative of The Pew Charitable Trusts If you or someone you know is concerned...

The real Safer Boulder

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By Brooke Harrison, PhD and Leslie Chandler, Safer Boulder members Who is Safer Boulder? Safer Boulder is a nonpartisan...

Letters 10/21/21

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Joan Peck is the mayor Longmont deserves Joan Peck is a tireless advocate for the hard-working residents of Longmont....

A ‘gated community’ for the adventure inclined

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The first time Ty Seufer made an offer to William Koch (yes, that William Koch, of the famously wealthy Koch dynasty) for...

The long road to carbon-free energy

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Earlier this year, Xcel Energy made a commitment to reduce carbon emissions by 85% by 2030. With that goal in mind it’s...

Now and then

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Jenny Shank remembers an open field in southeast Denver where she would see pronghorns nibbling grass as she passed by on her...

Eklund Opera presents ’the perfect Verdi opera’

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Nicholas Carthy describes La traviata as “the perfect Verdi opera.” Based on the 1848 novel by Alexandre Dumas, La...

The way of the loaf

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Brooklyn is a long way from Longmont, but it was exactly the right destination when Debbie Seaford and David Pitula sought a...

What to do when there’s ‘nothing’ to do. . .

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EVENTS Jeff Leeson Jeff Leeson and Tige Wright’s 2021 Comedy Tour. 7 p.m. Thursday, October...

Spicy Pig Patty-style pizza @ Audrey Jane’s Pizza Garage

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We understand the appeal of flat New York-style pizza, but we grew up calling it “New Haven-style” because of a longstanding regional...

Reasons to explore flavor

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Medal-wise, Aaron Stueck is having a phenomenal year. "Because the pale bock that came out of this rye whisky...

A live-action Looney Tunes cartoon

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Wes Anderson’s cinematic style did not appear fully formed. It took a few movies over five years before Anderson locked in on...