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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...

Phishing for love

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It’s no secret that the love affair between Boulder and jam bands is central to the cultural landscape here. But with Topher Payne’s You...

Fall Arts Preview

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Click here to check out Boulder Weekly's round up of news, listings and stories about art around Boulder County in our 2023 Fall Arts...

‘To our community and beyond’

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Boulder Valley Clinic served nine patients on its opening day, Nov. 1, 1973, just nine months after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that abortion...

Time tells the truth

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He may be one of this decade’s leading roots music artists, but Gregory Alan Isakov keeps one foot in the past. On his new...

Fired up

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At any given moment during this smoky summer of 2023, hundreds of wildfires were blazing in the United States — more than 850 as...

‘Go back the way you came’

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On the night before her band’s hotly anticipated reunion show last summer at Planet Bluegrass in Lyons, Elephant Revival co-founder Bonnie Paine dreamed about...

The black sheep beekeeper

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We’re only 10 minutes late, but we feel years behind.  A woman is talking about queen supersedure as my friend and I take seats in...

Prime produce time

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Immersive is the style du jour, from Denver’s psychedelic Meow Wolf or beguiling Van Gogh exhibit, to the “liquid sky” music shows at Boulder’s...

 ‘Our best investment’ 

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It’s an iconic scene: The final bell blares on the last day of class. Students send papers airbourne in jubilation. Alice Cooper’s raspy anthem...

Summer stoke  

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Two things attract the attention of Boulderites year-round: powder days and the Grateful Dead.  Somewhere between those two addictions lives Teton Gravity Research (TGR), an...

Mountains don’t need hardware

We humans want the most out of life, so why shouldn’t we push to get more of what we want? That’s what some rock climbers...