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The Foilies 2023

These days, it seems everyone is finding classified documents in places they shouldn’t be: homes, offices, storage lockers, garages, guitar cases, between the cracks...

Swimming with forever chemicals

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From stunning canyons to babbling brooks, Colorado’s rivers draw an estimated 1.1 million anglers annually — but an unseen danger is lurking in nearly...

‘I’m home’

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Hazel Miller got into music as a kid, while doing chores. “My mother had a rule: Saturdays were for cleaning the house,” she says....

Mad moms

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The local chapter of the national far-right group Moms for Liberty (M4L) — which made a name for itself in Florida by campaigning on...

Troubled waters

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Zoe Rhodes-Wolin, a ninth grader at Boulder High School, bikes to school with her little sister along Boulder Creek Path, until Rhodes-Wolin recently decided...

Sightlines: Feb. 9, 2023

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We love our local arts scene here in Boulder County — but with so much going on, it can be hard to keep up....

Swan song

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Chef John Bissell has spent two illustrious years running the kitchen at OAK at Fourteenth. During that time, he put his signature on seven...

In our prime

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Your 20s are a time of hard work and, occasionally, hedonism — we think it’s fair to say Boulder Weekly’s second decade followed that...

Hard rain

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Rain began to fall on the already snow-covered Yamal Peninsula, an Arctic region of northwest Siberia, in November 2013. Rain fell for the next...

A cloud overhead

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A matte-black carrying case with two heavy latches suggests something vaguely weapons-grade in the trunk of the rented Jeep. An optical gas-imaging camera is removed...

In limbo

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Adam Sloat was on the third level of a building in downtown Boulder closing a real estate deal with clients. He remembers the wind....

To have and to hoard

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Last week’s snow is stubbornly hanging around in patches along the gravel road leading to Joel Haertling’s five storage units off a major thoroughfare...