News

Welcome to our 2024 Primary Vote Guide! Regular readers will be familiar with our comprehensive fall voting guides; I’m new here, but I’ve been told Boulder Weekly’s endorsements are the most accurate in predicting winners.  Our primary coverage is a...

Opinion

Democracy in action Ms. Ochs’ challenging trip to Washington shows how a determined advocate can create more understanding with members of Congress, hopefully leading to action (“Ms. Ochs goes to Washington,” May 28). That is democracy in action.  Any of us...

Boulderganic

By Allen Best It was a big, long blow. Wind whooshed, whipped and wailed through Boulder County for much of April’s first weekend. Pearl Street and other business districts went dark after Xcel Energy cut power midway through that Saturday...

Adventure

I was walking down Bill Lee’s driveway at Laughing Valley Ranch in Clear Creek County when he said he wanted me to try something.  We’d been spending the last few hours brushing, saddling and walking two of Lee’s burros, Jack...

Entertainment

ON THE BILL: Following last week’s release of Santa Cruz, the third LP in the “musical memoir” of singer-songwriter David Bazan, the celebrated musician brings his long-running slowcore emo project Pedro the Lion back to the Front Range for...

Cuisine

Culinary calendar: Summer food and films Boulder’s Flatirons Food Film Festival hosts Reels for Meals on July 18 at eTown Hall, featuring the acclaimed French film, The Taste of Things. The benefit for Meals on Wheels includes tastings, demos and...

Cuisine

Gray matter

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“Under Colorado law, I cannot sell you psilocybin,” an employee tells the crowd gathered at the Mad Hatter booth. “If you buy a sticker, I can gift you some product. We have candy, capsules and dry,” the latter referring...
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