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Why not me?

Dear Dan: I found your column after a Google search. I saw your e-mail address at the bottom and was hoping for some insight. My issue is this: Two years into our 23-year marriage, my wife declared that she didn’t want to kiss me or perform oral on me. Several years ago, she had an […] The post Why not me? appeared first on Boulder Weekly....

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To infinity, and beyond

“Why am I alive?” she asks. “I have no idea,” he replies with a kind smile. Those are the final words of Toy Story 4, Disney/Pixar’s latest, and reportedly last, addition to the beloved franchise that launched the computer-generated animation empire back in 1995. There we met Woody (voiced magnificently by Tom Hanks), the leader […] The post To infinity, and beyond appeared first o...

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The unexplainable phenomenon

Moving from behind his computer, Goodgold starts to dance to synthesized music. There’s a pause — and he waits for a live keyboard cue before he starts to move. As the music builds, played by Tyson Bennet, Goodgold tilts his head, snaps his arms out, pops up onto both toes of his sneakers, before rolling […] The post The unexplainable phenomenon appeared first on Boulder Weekly....

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When love is the greatest adventure of all

It’s a curious thing, the way sound bounces off rock. Cup your palms around your mouth, scream into a canyon, and on a still day you can hear your words travel as they jump between walls, softening with each impact like stones skipping water. Some rock faces act like amplifiers. Once, while climbing the Diamond […] The post When love is the greatest adventure of all appeared first on Bould...

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Twang redefined

You know who you are. You are America’s sect of young bluegrass devotees. I’m not saying you’re a hipster or anything, just that you are probably under 40.   You are lucky to listen here and now. There were progressive pockets in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Washington D.C., but from the late […] The post Twang redefined appeared first on Boulder Weekly....

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Try this week: Dry Storage’s mortadella sandwich, and more

Mortadella Sandwich Dry Storage, 3601 Arapahoe Ave., Unit D-181, Boulder, drystorageco.com You’ve had a ham sandwich before. The kind you assemble hastily with ingredients pulled from the fridge, placed between white bread. Imagine the absolute best possible version of that sandwich, then go to Dry Storage and try it. The boutique deli, coffee, drink and […] The post Try this week: Dry Sto...

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Know your brew: Pilsner

The U.S. craft beer revolution was built upon the back of ale. Slightly easier to brew, manipulate and mold than lager, ale takes less time from start to finish, which, from an economic standpoint at least, is key to setting up and building a business. But there are other factors. When Americans started seeking full-flavor, […] The post Know your brew: Pilsner appeared first on Boulder Weekl...

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Frozen aloha

It sounds pulled out of a Dickens novel: A woman named Snow by her half-Canadian parents is raised in Hawaii, moves to the mainland and opens a shop that sells ice. But truth is stranger than fiction, and as of last weekend, Neige LaRue runs Punch Buggy Shave Ice in Louisville. “It came from my […] The post Frozen aloha appeared first on Boulder Weekly....

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