Tag: jun 08 2023 issue

Merci beaucoup

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He’s the magician and I’m the bubbly, happy front,” says a beaming Agnes Garrigou. She’s talking about her husband Quentin, who just stepped out...

The state of the Republican Party in Colorado is dire

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The Colorado Republican Party has suffered a big decline in contributions and currently has no paid staffers. The party recently elected a chair, Dave...

This Pride is different

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I am finishing my first monthly column about LGBTQ life for Boulder Weekly on June 5, 2023, which is my 43rd birthday. It is also...

Joyful noise

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Ecstasy may not be the first emotion that springs to mind when beholding the ghoulish dirge of black metal, but that’s what sets apart...

Letters: June 8, 2023

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RE: RAYBACK AND THE WELL I have two issues with Nicole Garcia’s comments in the “Risky Business” article (News, May 25, 2023). First, Nicole states,...

Sunday school

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This is Part 2 of a series on Boulder-based evangelical church The Well. Read Part 1, about its relationship with Rayback Collective: bit.ly/RaybackPart1.  It was...

The new food patriotism 

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The last thing on Ruth Reichl’s mind as the pandemic began in 2020 was to make a food documentary. Like the rest of us,...

Holding space

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Boulder has the country’s third-highest concentration of professional artists per capita, according to a frequently touted National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) study released...

Around the world

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There’s a whole world in the sound of Colorado Springs hip-hop duo The Reminders. Not unlike The Clash’s outlook in the early 1980s, the...

Universal language

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According to local actor David Carrasco, persuading Colorado audiences to turn out for shows that include Spanish dialogue has always been a tall order.  “I...

Astrology: June 8, 2023

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ARIES (March 21-April 19): “Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves,” said psychologist Carl Jung. What was...

Meet Colorado’s Natural Medicine Advisory Board

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The Colorado Natural Medicine Advisory Board was appointed on Jan. 17 by Gov. Jared Polis. More than 225 people submitted applications. Only 15 of...