Tag: Feb 29 2024 issue

Savage Love: Feb. 29, 2024

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1. Best advice on dating without resorting to apps? Go places, do shit, meet people, fuck ‘em. 2. I'm about to visit a gay nudist resort...

Astrology: Feb. 29, 2024

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ARIES (March 21-April 19): In my astrological estimation, the coming weeks will be an ideal time for you to declare amnesty, negotiate truces and...

Gov’t watch: Feb. 28. 2024

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Boulder City Council At its March 7 meeting, council will:  • Decide whether CenturyLink and Xfinity can install telecommunication utilities on certain open space lands.  • Give...

Now you see me

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“I hate the governor in Texas,” says 8-year-old Reece.  The second-grader is sitting alongside their mom for an interview with photographer Jesse Freidin, who has...

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...

Found Sounds: February 2024

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Sound hounds, rejoice! We’re back with your monthly roundup of the bestselling new releases at Paradise Found Records & Music (1646 Pearl St.) Below...

‘The truth is out there’

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The story unfolding across Thom LaFond’s sophomore album, Lawless, wouldn’t feel out of place in a bizarro episode of The X-Files. “Basically, there’s an alien...

BoCo, briefly: Feb. 28, 2024

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Fire on the Flatirons Firefighters extinguished a wildfire on Boulder’s Second Flatiron this weekend. The half-acre blaze started Saturday night, according to Boulder Fire-Rescue (BFR),...

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...

Negative feedback system

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In the U.S., 28 million people will suffer from an eating disorder in their lifetime, according to a Harvard study from 2020. Anorexia and...

Letters to the editor: Feb. 26, 2024

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First, do no harm The Baseline Project from Foothills Parkway to US 36 is intended to improve safety. Intersections have been redesigned with very tight...

Celebrating disability advocacy

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Saturday night, a small group gathered to celebrate the advocacy work of one woman: Bobbi Christensen. Christensen lives in Lafayette with her twin sister, father...