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Deported to death

Who gave hospital corporations the power to ‘deport’ seriously injured, uninsured immigrants back to their home countries without going through the federal government? The answer is nobody.

By Cassie Moore

On the day American researchers visited them in the hills of Guatemala, Enrique’s family killed a chicken as a mark of celebration. They hoped that by sharing their story and welcoming the researchers, Enrique might finally get the medical help he needed.

Boulderganic

Climate talks take a rocky road to Paris

The UN climate talks in Lima have ended with the setting of deadlines for the world to come up with plans to curb emissions and adapt to climate change.

By Paul Brown

By Nov. 1 the secretariat of the United Nations Climate Change Convention is supposed to have assessed whether the commitment of these 196 nations is enough to stop the world overheating — and, if it is not, to point out by how far they will miss the target.

Screen

An independent fit for Boulder

Alex Cox on ‘Bill, the Galactic Hero’ and the future of independent cinema

By Michael J. Casey

The recession put an end to that and with no money coming in from licensing, Cox — who just celebrated his 60th birthday on Dec. 15 — heard the words every artist has heard at least once: “My wife [Tod Davies, herself a writer and producer] said,.

Restaurant Review

How to mingle

Naked Lunch packs bold flavors into classic sandwiches

By Matt Cortina

The reuben was pleasant; nothing overbearing in it, nothing too quiet. The bread was undertoasted and it was short on rye, but it held up remarkably well given a healthy amount of cole slaw (which replaced the traditional sauerkraut) and Thousand Island dressing.

Weed Between the Lines

Trying to grok Congress and cannabis

By Leland Rucker

It’s impossible to understand the labyrinthine rhyme or reason behind any part of the Goliath spending bill passed by Congress to keep the government running another year.

NEWS
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Track the legislature like never before

By Gavin Dahl

But voters who want to go beyond the hyped issues may make use of the new voter participation tool digitdemos.com. Launched in time for the 2015 session by former state senator Ron Tupa, digitdemos aims to restore citizen voices in government.

 
 
BOULDERGANIC
Boulderganic

Climate talks take a rocky road to Paris

The UN climate talks in Lima have ended with the setting of deadlines for the world to come up with plans to curb emissions and adapt to climate change.

By Paul Brown

By Nov. 1 the secretariat of the United Nations Climate Change Convention is supposed to have assessed whether the commitment of these 196 nations is enough to stop the world overheating — and, if it is not, to point out by how far they will miss the target.

 
 
ENTERTAINMENT
Music

The guitar ninja comes but once a year

Trace Bundy to perform his annual holiday show

By Amanda Moutinho

Over the past 15 years, Bundy has toured the world and his videos have reached more than 34 million views on YouTube. He’s returning to Boulder for his sixth annual acoustic holiday show on Friday, Dec. 19 at the Boulder Theater.

 
 
ADVENTURE
Adventure

The Abetone advantage

Sun, snow and a privileged location in Tuscany

By Tom Winter

The warm scents of the Mediterranean followed us as we turned inland from Italy’s Mediterranean coast and headed toward the mountains. We could see through the early spring haze that there was snow up there; an unlikely rumor from under the palms that dotted the promenades of the coastal fishing villages.

 
 
CUISINE
Cuisine

The perfect holiday spice

By Yvona Fast

Zingiber officinale initially came to us from the Far East — southern China and Malaysia. There, the root is used chiefly in savory dishes. It spread westward across Asia to Egypt and entered Europe through Greece. Both Egyptians and Greeks baked a type of gingerbread for ceremonial purposes.

 
 
Opinion
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Learning courage from East German pacifists

By Dave Anderson

I recently talked with Boulder schoolteacher Zuza Bohley, who grew up in East Germany. Her entire family were politically active pacifists and were under constant surveillance and harrassment by the Stasi (the secret police). Amnesty International publicized their troubles.

 
 
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