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Lifting the veil

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Art has always been a central focus for Gunbarrel resident Michael Hamers. His passion from childhood translated into studying fine art in college. But...

Working for a Living

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Framed around a stomping, skeletal-funk guitar riff, the lead-off cut from Tommy Castro’s latest LP Method to My Madness strikes a curiously un-bluesy vibe,...

You might as well cut off our hands

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Who you gonna call? The answer of course depends on who you are. If you’re the oil and gas industry and you need someone...

REINS Act claims to cut red tape, but it’s way scarier...

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Neither house of Congress pulled any punches as they kicked off the legislative body’s 115th session on Tuesday, Jan. 3; the Senate set to work...

The stars are aligned

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Early on in the documentary 100 Years, the audience is introduced to Dorothy Wilson, a member of the Navajo tribe. Wilson lives in a...

Cultivating and curating

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In the Spring of 2016, artist William Singer got a flat tire on his way out of Detroit. Waiting for the tow, he sat...

Starting over in Nashville

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Sometimes you’ve just gotta get over yourself, occasionally at the suggestion of your manager. That’s what happened to Dan Layus as he was working...

Eating pizza with a fork

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Americans collectively scoffed last spring when John Kasich, still on the trail for the Republican presidential nomination, picked up a knife and fork and...

Gunderson’s glory

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Back in September, The Catamounts put on The Taming, a rousing if uneven play by Lauren Gunderson. It was my first experience with Gunderson’s...

Lafayette Council considers legalizing direct action to protect environment

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Some citizens of Lafayette never accepted the State of Colorado’s claims of preemption or the court’s dismissal of their community’s groundbreaking 2013 vote to...

The occasionally menacing, sometimes uplifting, often minimalistic but never pretentious rock...

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Perhaps Stuart Braithwaite speaks for all musicians when he reveals the secret to Mogwai’s longevity: “Probably fear of regular employment,” he says, his Scottish accent...

Our time in history

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Election night was rough for many citizens around the country. Boulder resident Charlie Stein swung from disbelief to shock to sadness. In the aftermath,...