Tag: sep 03 2020 issue

The missing link

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Marijuana is suspended in a strange legal and cultural limbo, somewhere between recreational drug, illegal Schedule I substance and legitimate herbal medicine....

Make Colorado grizzly again

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After almost a decade of federally funded bounty programs, grizzly bears were officially declared “extirpated” in Colorado in 1951. So when...

Oil and gas permitting in national forests may get easier

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On Tuesday Sept. 1, the Trump administration published a proposed rule-making that could open up the 193 million acres of National Forest...

Home viewing: Beau travail

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Released at the tail end of the last century, Beau travail was filmmaker Claire Denis’ fifth film: the one that launched...

A foggy reflection

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In 1998, Walt Disney Feature Animation released its 36th film, its first and only retelling of a Chinese legend: Mulan, the...

Mixed packs from Oskar Blues and Bootstrap

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Oskar Blues Brewery and Bootstrap Brewing Company have been keeping Longmont hoppy for some time now, but with a new mixed-pack...

Domestic violence on the rise

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Domestic violence has increased around Boulder County, according to data collected by the Boulder County District Attorney’s Office. The local data...

Drink this: Vision Quest Brewery’s Hole in Yer Pants Porter

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The temperature has dropped, and even a few trees have started to turn. Soon Märzens, pumpkin beers and stouts will load...

Brew news

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Over on Boulder’s north side, the taproom nestled between auto repair shops has a new tenant, one for fans of Bruce...

Chasms and bridges

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The skies were a sickly slate gray a couple of weeks ago when we caught up with Gasoline Lollipops’ singer/songwriter Clay...

Fantasy figures

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Dear Dan: I’ve been married for 30 years to the same man. I have dealt with his tantrums, his screaming, and his...

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

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EVENTS Downtown Chalk Art Festival. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 5, Downtown Longmont.