News

Fire on the Flatirons Firefighters extinguished a wildfire on Boulder’s Second Flatiron this weekend. The half-acre blaze started Saturday night, according to Boulder Fire-Rescue (BFR), and was fully contained early Monday morning. More than 20 responders worked on the fire, according...

Opinion

About 63% of Americans express not much or no confidence at all in the future of the U.S. political system, according to Pew Research Center. Only about 66% of the voting-eligible population turned out for the 2020 presidential election....

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Rewilding the West

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We tell children stories — like Aesop’s Fables, Little Red Riding Hood or the Big Bad Wolf — that implicitly teach us how to think about wolves. Many of these myths portray them as conniving,cunning or deceitful.  “Expect no reward for...

Adventure

You click into your skis and tighten the buckles on your boots as snug as you can get them.  But you’re not at the top of a mountain. A track, lined with eager spectators, stretches out in front of you...

Entertainment

ON THE BILL: Los Angeles singer-songwriter Clementine Creevy brings her grunge-tinged Cherry Glazerr project to the Front Range for a March 6 gig at Bluebird Theater with Kentucky sophisti-pop trio Wombo. The artist will be supporting her first record...

Cuisine

The first time I noticed food on the movie screen was probably the spaghetti-stand kiss in The Lady and the Tramp. Once I started paying attention to cinema, it seemed like food played a critical role in virtually every...

Cuisine

In the U.S., 28 million people will suffer from an eating disorder in their lifetime, according to a Harvard study from 2020. Anorexia and bulimia nervosa disorders are the most commonly acknowledged. But many Americans are also affected by...
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