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Gov’t watch: June 12, 2024

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Boulder City Council  At its June 20 meeting, council will: • Take a preliminary vote on whether to authorize city acquisition of property easements through purchase...

A Superior BBQ

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A salty, oaky aroma wafts over the long line outside Wayne’s Smoke Shack on a June Saturday morning. Based on the blissful expressions on the...

From pollution to solution

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By Alejandro Murillo Boulder, a beacon of environmental consciousness, faces a pivotal moment in its quest for climate justice. The Valmont Power Station, once a...

Summer Sonics 2024

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Kick out the jams — summer is back, baby! When it comes to live music during the hot months, there are few better places...

Where the wild things grow

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After a wet spring, some locals see only one thing in their neighborhood: More weeds. These invaders spring up overnight in backyards and cracks...

Front Range strange 

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Like most nonprofit workers, you’ll find Shay Wescott wearing many hats on a given day. Her main job is overseeing fundraising efforts for the...

High country

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When Brooks & Dunn saddled up for what they billed as their “Last Rodeo” farewell tour in 2010, they really meant it as a...

Aw, shucks!

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When Jax Fish House opened its doors at 928 Pearl St. on Nov. 18, 1994, it faced a wave of skepticism from Boulder diners...

Ms. Ochs goes to Washington

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Last month, I wrote about the difficulties of traveling for wheelchair users (“Inaccessible world,” April 22). Not long after, I took a solo flight...

Red tape reversal

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Edwin Zoe is well acquainted with Boulder’s permitting process and its reputation for being sluggish and difficult. The restaurateur has operated eateries in town...

The din at dinner

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One year ago on Memorial Day weekend, I woke up to a wall of silence. Overnight, I’d lost the ability to hear out of...

Events: May 9-16

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Veggie Garden Basics 6 p.m. Thursday, May 9, Brunner Farmhouse, 640 Main St., Broomfield. Free Are you ready to get the most out of your summer...