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Only courage saves democracy Kudos to Dave Anderson for his column, "Fighting Solves Everything?" (Re: The Anderson Files, Oct. 18, 2018), in the equally courageous... [Read More]
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Across the country, Democratic candidates ran on much more progressive platforms this year as compared to the last three election cycles, according to an analysis... [Read More]
Racially and ethnically speaking, I'm truly a global human — Irish, Black, Anglo, Native American, Italian… all that and more. My father always said that... [Read More]
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It's 8 a.m. at Central City's newly reopened Bates Hunter Mine, the sun just peaking over the valley walls. It's been over 70 years since... [Read More]
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For Carter Stepanovsky of Lyons, the process of changing their name to reflect their gender identity has been both emotionally and financially exhausting. Plus, it's... [Read More]
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It wasn't a clean sweep, but marijuana initiatives did very well at the polls this year… Michigan's voters legalized recreational marijuana by a 55.9 percent... [Read More]
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Real talk, Thanksgiving sucks. It's embarrassing that white people made up a holiday to celebrate the European invasion of North America that resulted in the... [Read More]
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You know… I've been dying, more than I've been living I've been making more than I've been giving You're telling me I've been forgiven, what... [Read More]
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For chefs and eaters alike, no holiday is quite like Thanksgiving. Ditto for drinkers, who break out long-coveted bottles of wine and single-malt whisky to... [Read More]
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Sweet Pork Salad Café Mexicali, 2850 Baseline Road, Boulder, www.cafemexicali.com You can't leave Café Mexicali without being full. This fast casual "fresh as it gets" Mexican... [Read More]
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In his landmark study, "From Caligari to Hitler: A Psychological History of the German Film," Siegfried Kracauer put forth the theory that cinema is a... [Read More]
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Violinist Sarah Chang, a celebrated concerto soloist, comes to Boulder on Friday, Nov. 16, for a rare solo recital, but she would rather talk about... [Read More]
Speak out for a better world Have we made progress since "the world turned upside down" in 1968? (Re: "The long shadow of 1968," The... [Read More]
The Peoples League for Action Now (PLAN)-Boulder County supports City Council's Aug. 22 decision to proceed with the CU South Campus flood mitigation scheme, referred... [Read More]
Let me explain a little bit about this ongoing project. The dictionary defines sanctuary as "a place of refuge and protection." In our current political... [Read More]
Let me explain a little bit about this ongoing project. The dictionary defines sanctuary as "a place of refuge and protection." In our current political... [Read More]
the latest from Argentinean writer/director Lucrecia Martel - opens with a parable: There is a fish, a long-suffering fish, which spends its days in the... [Read More]
The University of Colorado College of Music has joined the rest of the musical world to celebrate the centennial of the unique American composer, conductor,... [Read More]
Most marijuana prohibitionists have given up on claiming that marijuana is addictive. That's because in order to make the charge stick they have to expand... [Read More]
It all started with a wedding, specifically, the marriage of Ludwig, Bavaria's future king, and Princess Therese of Saxe-Hildburghausen on Oct. 12, 1810. All of... [Read More]
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