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Kicking the bucket list

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As we seek to align our calendars with the Earth’s journey around the sun, 2024 has been blessed with Leap Day. That’s 24 extra...

Growing hotties

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Yes, I know it is only February. Our snowiest month is still ahead. Veteran gardeners know that Colorado’s sunny spring weather is designed to break...

Laugh first, fear later

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The Conservative Political Action Conferences (CPAC) were once fringe events. Since Trump’s takeover of the Republican Party, they represent the mainstream of the right...

Happy town

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In 2017, National Geographic named Boulder the happiest city in America. Writers touted its “scenery, culture and world-class quality of life.”  They might have wanted...

Musk on the brain

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By Connor Olsen On paper, a FDA-approved futuristic device that can drastically improve quality of life while simultaneously keeping humans up to speed with artificial...

Gov’t Watch: Feb. 14, 2024

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Government offices are closed Monday, Feb. 19 in observance of President’s Day.  Boulder City Council On Feb. 22, Council will: Hold a three-hour joint meeting with the...

Weekly Why: Why is there so much radon in Colorado?

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Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer after smoking — and Coloradans face a greater risk than the average American. Half of...

Let’s talk about sex

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As an artist, poet and educator whose work meditates on the body and sexual experiences, Aimee Herman has never shied away from constructive discomfort.  “I've...

Out of control

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John Russell was happy to move into his apartment at 18th and Canyon, his first time living alone. The rent was reasonable, his landlords...

Is health care help on the horizon?

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Six in ten Coloradans want “big, fundamental changes to the healthcare system,” according to a 2022 poll from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Nearly...

Final curtain

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A chapter in Boulder’s cultural history ended Jan. 14 at 12:09 a.m., when the last notes of Fiddler on the Roof reverberated through the...

‘Renegade spirit’

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“Boulder’s last frontier,” declared a 1985 article in the Daily Camera’s Sunday Focus magazine. It was a multi-page spread all about what we know...