Mind meld

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Wheel love

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Books

Hemp heartbreak

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The hemp boom-and-bust cycle that began after the Farm Bill reclassified the plant in 2018 bankrupted a lot of would-be entrepreneurs, but few have...

Stranger things

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One of the central questions in contemporary literature and art is: “Who can speak for whom?” Can a straight Black man write from the...

‘A meanness in this world’

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Before the American news cycle was dominated by mass shootings at schools, grocery stores and other public places, there was one killer who tore...

Dammed river

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The Colorado River has served as a centerpiece for so much of the mythology and literature written about the American West. From books like John...

Where the wild things are

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Boulder parents looking for the perfect place to take their kids outside don’t have to go farther than the National Center for Atmospheric Research...

The magic that wasn’t

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Marrying into a family of fervent Disney fans might typically mean you end up riding Space Mountain more than you ever thought you would....

Pagediving

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It was a great year for new books on music. I was able to get through a giant stack of  them in the last...

Hot reads

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As seasons go, winter is tailor-made for reading. All you need is a blanket, a book and maybe a hot toddy, and you’re set.  The...

Coyote masks

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You can tell a lot about a person from the way they say the word “coyote.”  The conventional wisdom is that people west of the...

Sea change

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The new nonfiction book Over the Seawall is about what writer Stephen Robert Miller terms “disastrous adaptation.” In a nutshell, that means the delusional...

Spilling the tea

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The story of how Boulder entrepreneur Brook Eddy built the Bhakti Chai company starts on a trip to Bangalore, India, in 2002. There she...

This is going to hurt

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Local poet Jade Lascelles doesn’t shrink from what she describes as “the collapsed moment, the moment of a brutality.” She approaches it, tries to...