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The joy of ugly produce

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We hold this truth to be self-evident: Americans today are wimps when it comes to dirt, especially on their vegetables and fruit. It seems...

Will oil destroy this Mayan village in Belize?

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His face is lined, his skin the color of the muddy Temash River we just crossed, and his hair jet black. When he says,...

U.S. moves to take grizzly off endangered species list

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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) announced last week they will move forward with a proposal to delist grizzly bears in the Greater...

José González: Breaking down barriers

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It’s difficult to observe the current state of the world and not feel some level of frustration, disappointment and maybe even a little bit...

Deconstructing gender

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On March 10, the TRANSforming Gender Conference will begin its 10th year highlighting the diversity of gender and addressing equality, support, visibility and scholarship...

BIFF returns with an impressive lineup

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It’s that time of year again, where films from around the world flood local screens for the annual Boulder International Film Festival. As always,...

Good news for immigration activist

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Jeanette Vizguerra has been fighting deportation for seven years. But last week she won a significant victory. On Feb. 17 she was granted a...

Biased policing in Boulder

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In a time when police departments around the country are being criticized for racial bias, a report by USA Today in Nov. 2014 revealed...

‘Art of the State’ showcases Colorado art

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Walk into the Art of the State exhibit and you will immediately step into the diverse Colorado art scene. Far from the galleries of...

Snowden and the elephant in the room

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It was 5 a.m. in Moscow when former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor Edward Snowden began his conversation with the more than 2,000 people...

Phamaly sets a new standard for theater

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Live theater requires a suspension of belief. The audience must take the real actor they see, and believe that he or she is the...

Ars Nova Singers to perform 40-part pieces

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In the history of European choral music, there are two major works that were composed for 40 different voice parts. Yes, that’s four-zero, 40 parts,...