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Thursday, March 26,2015

In case you missed it

So the Republican version of the U.S.S. Minnow is now headed out to sea on a three-hour tour with Cruz playing the role of the Skipper. Oddsmakers are betting that Donald Trump will be cast as Gilligan but who really knows with these guys. Can you say, “Nine! Nine! Nine!”?.
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Thursday, March 26,2015

State cannabis campaign based on information, not retribution

By Leland Rucker
Have you seen the Good to Know Colorado marijuana ads on television? They use colorful cartoon characters, whimsical illustrations and a friendly, folksy voice that offers basic information about legalization. “Instead of telling you what you can’t do, we’re going to tell you what you can do, too.
Thursday, March 26,2015


By Dan Savage
I recently started dating a girl who likes to be submissive. It’s more of a psychological thing than a pain thing. She opened up about her kink, and I was all for it, thinking myself the ultimate GGG lover. Thing is, I find being a Dom quite boring. I love getting her off, but I just can’t get into the role.
Thursday, March 26,2015


By Rob Brezsny
Thursday, March 26,2015

Big air and bountiful beers

Hops Handrails comes to Longmont

By Hudson Lindenberger
Part beer festival and part snowboarding competition, it is certainly unique — it’s kind of like a spring version of The Boulder Cup Cyclocross race with highly specialized professional athletes doing athletic feats you could only dream of while you quaff delicious beers.
Thursday, March 26,2015

Go Fish

How seafood gets from one side of the world to Boulder County

By Matt Cortina
At the recent High West Oyster Fest, Chef Dave Query, owner of Big Red F restaurants, and Paul Packer, president of Northeast Seafood, one of the biggest seafood suppliers in the state, are standing around backstage and talking about seafood.
Thursday, March 26,2015

Tidbites | Week of March 26, 2015

“We are thankful for this opportunity to have served Boulder’s dining community,” said owners John and Eleni Deering in a press release. “We gave it all our love which makes our closing bittersweet. We will miss all our wonderful customers and friends and our special connections with our local arts community like the Dairy Center.
Thursday, March 26,2015

Stopping in, stepping out

Caspian Deli & Grocery is great casual food with a story

By Matt Cortina
You’ll have to be OK with picnic casual: good food made simply by friendly people. If you like that, you’ll like Caspian Deli & Grocery — an unassuming Middle Eastern market on Pearl and 26th Street that does nothing but charm as soon as you walk in the door.
Thursday, March 26,2015

Home is wherever I’m with you

Tim Johnson brings families together at ‘Home’

By Michael J. Casey
I’ve just always been fascinated by what happens when you take a doodle and breathe life into it,” animation director Tim Johnson says, describing his career and passion. Ever since the birth of the flickering image, writers, directors, animators and viewers have been enamored by the simple act of watching an idea come to life and move.
Thursday, March 26,2015


Lost in The Middle of Now Here

Dank P.h.a.r.t. The Pirate Poet (Matt Bovard), is the poetry coordinator for StarWater Magick Productions. Every Wednesday at 303 Vodka Distillery he hosts StarWater Wednesday, a free art event that brings together the best of Boulder’s local art scene..