Tag: June 6 2024 issue

2024 Primary Vote Guide

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Welcome to our 2024 Primary Vote Guide! Regular readers will be familiar with our comprehensive fall voting guides; I’m new here, but I’ve been...

Fest friends forever

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If you’re summering in the Centennial State, there’s no excuse for boredom. For evidence, look no further than the following roundup of events —...

Savage Love: June 6, 2024

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1. Is pegging only for butts or can vaginas get pegged too? When the term originated in my column — when my readers selected “pegging”...

Astrology: June 6, 2024

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ARIES (March 21-April 19): What potentials should you strive to ripen as the expansive planet Jupiter glides through your astrological House of Connection,  Communication...

Concerts: June 6-12

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Canadian indie-pop mainstay Feist comes to Boulder’s eTown Hall for a live radio taping with fellow Canuck Sam Weber on June 8. Whether you’ve...

Events: June 6-12

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Pickleball happy hour3-6 p.m. Thursday, June 6, Sanitas Brewing Co., 3550 Frontier Ave., Boulder. Free Don’t mingle with the commoners: Head to Sanitas Brewing during...

Found Sounds: May 2024

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May felt like it lasted about two seconds, but if you listen closely you can still hear it. As we officially kick off the...

2024 Primary: Colorado State Board of Education District 2

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Kathy Gebhardt  Priorities Secure opportunities for all Colorado students to lead their most successful lives Lift up the needs of children with learning differences Support welcoming, well-resourced schools Kathy...

Testing truckers

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The U.S. is currently short between 65,000 and 80,000 truck drivers, according to the American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI), affecting supply chains and, in...

The man who made the myths

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When Orson Welles was asked what filmmakers he admired, he responded, “I prefer the old masters, by which I mean John Ford, John Ford...

Fasten your seatbelts

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Nothing screams summer quite like a road trip. The pull of the open road, the freedom to choose this path or that, the small...

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...