Tag: sep 19 2019 issue

Fantastic Fungi

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For Paul Stamets, it begins and ends with mushrooms. From death, they create life. From fractures, they create connections. And from sickness,...

Trade war bounty

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Tariffs on U.S. goods have skyrocketed in the past year as the Trump administration has engaged in an escalating trade war with...

The TV weathercasters who are shifting public opinion on the climate...

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This story originally appeared in The Guardian. It is republished here as part of Boulder Weekly’s partnership with Covering Climate Now, a...

Local flavors

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It’s hard to figure out what’s going on food-wise in Boulder and around the state. Various publications and organizations have local bloggers...

Running local

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There’s climbing all the Colorado 14ers — which typically takes a few years and culminates in the right to wear an “I...

Astrology 9/19/19

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ARIES March 21-April 19: We’re in the equinoctial season. During this pregnant pause, the sun seems to hover directly...

Spices of the corn

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When people say they like pumpkin spice-flavored foods, what they mean is they like pumpkin pie-flavored foods. The difference between spice and...

Try this week: Mile High Pho’s Panang Curry Chicken, and more

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Panang Curry Chicken Mile High Pho, 1100 W. Dillon Road, Louisville, milehighpho.org Louisville’s Mile High Pho...

Fear and trembling: pews and pot edition

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File under “Congressmen Say the Darnedest Things”: Republican Congressman Doug Lamborn, on Saturday, Sept. 14, told the In God...

A rose by any other name…

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Would weed by any other scent still work like weed? What if the weed had no scent indeed? Perhaps...

‘Hi’ in the sky

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Wind chimes, two old dogs in the sunlight. Andy, wiry and tall, long hair, in a sleeveless T, and his wife,...

Know your brew: Märzen 2019

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According to the calendar, fall doesn’t begin until the autumnal equinox (Sept. 23), and Oktoberfest doesn’t start until 10:45 a.m. on the third Saturday...