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Voluntary depopulation

During the first two weeks of December, delegates from around the world are meeting in Madrid for the latest round of international negotiations to address climate change. Although the Trump administration has stated its intention to withdraw from the historic 2015 Paris agreement, a congressional delegation led by House speaker Nancy Pelosi is attending the […] The post Voluntary depopulati...

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Try this week: Daikon 36-hour brisket banh mi, and more

36-Hour Brisket Banh Mi Daikon, 1805 29th St., Suite 1138, Boulder, daikonbanhmi.com If you’re in the market for a fast casual lunch or dinner, you may stop into Daikon, the 29th Street Mall’s newest food establishment. Banh mi — sandwiches and bowls — are the name of the game, and Daikon serves the Vietnamese classic […] The post Try this week: Daikon 36-hour brisket banh mi, and mo...

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Dear Santa

You have a busy few weeks ahead what with Solstice/Yule (12/22), Hanukkah (12/22), Festivus (12/23), Boxing Day (12/26) and Kwanzaa (12/26) plus Christmas and New Year’s Eve on the schedule. The one thing these year-ending festivities have in common is that they involve food. That means that you need to figure out food and beverages […] The post Dear Santa appeared first on Boulder Weekly....

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Message in a bottle

Resisting the pun, because its sad to see a good brewery go down, it seems kismet that Ska Brewing and Peach Street Distillers are taking over the Boulder Fate Brewing Co. location off Arapahoe. You’ve seen Ska’s cans, you’ve had its beer on tap, you may have even picked up a Peach Street — a […] The post Message in a bottle appeared first on Boulder Weekly....

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Letters 12/12

Google-eyed Biodynamically, as monoliths in the outbacks of Boulder, IBM can be likened to a hidden and somewhat forgotten prairie dog town, NCAR an eagle-eyed aerie, and Storage Tech a fox literally “gone to ground.” Within town, the University can be regarded as a multi-stemmed-and-headed mushroom, a growing fungus, or, more negatively, from its constant […] The post Letters 12/12 appe...

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The Battle in Seattle 20 years on

Twenty years ago, activists gave us an adrenaline rush. Tens of thousands of people flooded downtown Seattle, challenging the global economic order and yelling “another world is possible!” They were protesting the World Trade Organization (WTO), which was conducting a major meeting with 5,000 delegates from more than 130 nations. The demonstrators weren’t against trade […] The post The...

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Out from below

Have you ever wondered what would happen to you if you woke up at the bottom of a remote, 2,000-foot-deep canyon with a smashed foot dangling from your ankle like a sack of smithereens? Mitchell Friedeman and Aaron Hedges found out the hard way.  It was Mitch’s idea to go to the Black Canyon of […] The post Out from below appeared first on Boulder Weekly....

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Art from the soul

“My dancing belongs to the world,” Anna Pavlova once said. Yet almost a century after the ballerina’s death, many people have never heard of Pavlova or her dance company, which she used to bring ballet to the world. And that’s something Boulder artist Peggy Turchette wants to change.   “There were other dancers that were […] The post Art from the soul appeared first on Bou...

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