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Thursday, October 1,2015


An irreverent and not always accurate view of the world

Jeb, sensing his foot was not yet far enough into his mouth, went on to explain how, while he was the Florida governor, he came to the rescue of another football team, the Florida State Seminoles. Bush told the paper how he worked with the tribe to convince them that the school should still be able to use their tribe’s name.
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Thursday, October 1,2015

Denver murder suspect says the pot made him do it

By Leland Rucker
A week ago Friday, lawyers for Richard Kirk, a Denver man who is charged with the murder of his wife after eating a cannabis edible during a domestic disturbance in April 2014, changed his original plea from not guilty to not guilty by reason of insanity.
Thursday, October 1,2015


By Dan Savage
That can’t be ruled out, TMI, but I can’t make a determination with the limited data you’ve provided. One asshole move — and cheating on Mr. Two Months was definitely an asshole move — does not an asshole make. We know this because while everyone is guilty of the occasional asshole move, not everyone is an asshole.
Thursday, October 1,2015


By Rob Brezsny
Thursday, October 1,2015

The dead travel smashed

A handy guide to costume/drink pairings this Halloween season

By Chris Krovatin
People who blow off Halloween as a kids’ holiday are doing it wrong. A celebration of darkness, madness and, most of all, excess, All Hallows Eve is as much about swinging from the rafters as it is about going from door to door. And isn’t getting a little sloshed always more fun when everyone’s dressed like monsters and cartoon characters?.
Thursday, October 1,2015

The problem with garlic

The garlic you’re cooking with is probably lousy. Here’s how to fix that.

By Ari LeVaux
The problem with buying garlic at the store is this: the varieties that growers like to produce are not the kinds of garlic that people would choose to cook with if they had a choice. But most people don’t realize they have a choice, because inferior garlic is all they’ve ever known.
Thursday, October 1,2015

Tidbites | Week of Oct. 1, 2015

The schedule of films features movies that document a wide array of the food world, with topics such as fermented foods, Jewish delis, Chinese- American cuisine, Sicilian fare and more. There’s also going to be talks and dinners provided by some of the biggest names in the Boulder and national food scene.
Thursday, October 1,2015

Worth the time

Nederland’s Wild Mountain Smokehouse and Brewery pays off

By Matt Cortina
Car traffic backed up foliage watchers — leafers — for a good half mile at the southern port of Nederland this past weekend. Human traffic backed up wing eaters — wingers — at the doorway of Wild Mountain Smokehouse and Brewery.
Thursday, October 1,2015

No longer man’s best friend

Rise of the oppressed in ‘White God’

By Michael J. Casey
Hungarian director Kornél Mundruczó offers up this tension in three forms: a divorced father and his pubescent daughter; that daughter and her elders; and between man and animal. Each relationship is one of controller and controlled, and each conflict comes from the controlled bucking the system.
Thursday, October 1,2015

We was smart once

‘Pawn Sacrifice’ remembers American intellectualism

By Ryan Syrek
Maguire is quite good, switching between glassy-eyed obliviousness and rage strokes. Schreiber’s Spassky, however, is disappointingly underdeveloped. Had the film put the two men in parallel more, it likely would have been considerably more compelling.