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The beginning of the end for zero tolerance in schools

Updated Colorado statute allows medical marijuana on school property

By Gavin Dahl

Driven by his frustration with New Jersey’s restrictive medical marijuana program, Ricardo Rivera crowd-funded a research trip to Colorado. He wanted more information about extracting cannabis oil for his daughter and a new law that means sick kids can be treated with medical marijuana on school property.

Adventure

From globetrotting to Boulder Startup Week, Andrew Hyde loves an unusual adventure

By Mary Reed

Andrew Hyde sold almost all of his belongings in 2010 and set out to travel the world with just 15 items. (As long as you’re not persnickety about whether the iPhone and its charger are two different items, he really did it with 15 or so items.)

Music

The musical sandbox

Matt Butler brings talented and diverse musicians together with Everyone Orchestra

By Matthew DuBois

Matt Butler is the conductor and focal point of an ever-rotating series of musicians that creates the Everyone Orchestra. The band itself is an improvised jam band created specifically for each show, with different combinations of musicians playing every performance.

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How drones are changing the image of modern farming

By Emma Murray

Precision agriculture was originally enabled by GPS, allowing farmers to program GPS points into automatic seeders and sprayers so they could micromanage crops — but only after physically surveying the crops, which could take days or even weeks. Using drones, this work can be cut to a matter of hours.

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We want to protect and keep the middle class in Boulder

By Livable Boulder

As Livable Boulder moves forward in getting 4,500 signatures to put its two initiatives on the ballot, we would like to point out to the community that one of our main goals is to protect and keep the middle class in Boulder. The two initiatives are called “Development Pays its Way” and “Neighborhoods’ Right to Vote.

NEWS
News

The emigration of love, final part

By Rico Moore

From behind the ridge, the sun ignites a cloud in its morph above the cliffs. In one instant, it takes the shape of a familiar face which morphs into another and yet another until a wind wisps, and just as quickly as they appeared, appears a cloud.

 
 
BOULDERGANIC
Boulderganic

A picture worth a couple thousand dollars

How drones are changing the image of modern farming

By Emma Murray

Precision agriculture was originally enabled by GPS, allowing farmers to program GPS points into automatic seeders and sprayers so they could micromanage crops — but only after physically surveying the crops, which could take days or even weeks. Using drones, this work can be cut to a matter of hours.

 
 
ENTERTAINMENT
Screen

Mother is the first other

Colorado native Sarah Adina Smith to present her debut feature in Boulder

By Michael J. Casey

Rashaan Salaam and Kordell Stewart!” Sarah Adina Smith cheers with delight, recalling her high school years as a University of Colorado Boulder Buffs fan. “I was born and raised in Fort Collins, but my Mom went to CU,” Smith tells Boulder Weekly. “We were, like, totally going against our town, but we were really into it.”

 
 
ADVENTURE
Adventure

From globetrotting to Boulder Startup Week, Andrew Hyde loves an unusual adventure

By Mary Reed

Andrew Hyde sold almost all of his belongings in 2010 and set out to travel the world with just 15 items. (As long as you’re not persnickety about whether the iPhone and its charger are two different items, he really did it with 15 or so items.)

 
 
CUISINE
Cuisine

The rise of pop-up dinners

One of the biggest national dining trends is sweeping into Boulder

By Grace Boyle

Consider a group of strangers, gathering around a dining room table at a location they only just learned about the day before, to eat handcrafted delicacies from a thoughtfully considered menu. And so it is with the growing trend of secret supper clubs, pop-up dinners, and/or special chef collaborations. With social media to share our every move, along with the foodie movement, chefs and other food-centric creatives are choosing to step outside of their traditional restaurant locales and push the limit in one-time, often edgy, spaces to host dinners.

 
 
Opinion
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We want to protect and keep the middle class in Boulder

By Livable Boulder

As Livable Boulder moves forward in getting 4,500 signatures to put its two initiatives on the ballot, we would like to point out to the community that one of our main goals is to protect and keep the middle class in Boulder. The two initiatives are called “Development Pays its Way” and “Neighborhoods’ Right to Vote.

 
 
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