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Fong, Jim Hightower, Dave Kirby, Jessie Lucier, P.J. Nutting, Brian Palmer, Chris Parker, Adam Perry, Alan Sculley, Isaac Woods Stokes, Tom Winter, Tate Zandstra, Gary Zeidner.
Page 3 - no comments - 61 views Another Koch-funded stealth campaign
Heartland’s mission is to promote mass ignorance on behalf of its self-serving (and often heart less) corporate backers. It is yet another secretive far-right-wing front group funded by the Koch brothers’ club of billionaires who’re intent on establishing an unbridled corporate plutocracy in our country.
Page 5 - no comments - 51 views Letters | Garden Wars
I have had the privilege of working on and off with Heather for the past 20 years. She may well be the smartest person I know, and her tenacity and work ethic is legendary in her home state. Boulder could not have picked a better individual for the job.
Page 5 - no comments - 49 views Baloney on veggies
Back in 1981, the Reagan administration set about creating a budget for fiscal year 1982 that would include $27 billion in cuts to so-called entitlements. The school lunch program, which provides meals to kids from lowincome families, was cut by $1 billion.
Page 6 - no comments - 77 views Boulder’s lifestyle depends on the use of fracking
Acouple of weeks ago the price of natural gas dropped below $2 per thousand cubic feet, the lowest it has been in more than a decade before rebounding somewhat. For that, the 99 percent — the 99 percent of Boulder residents who heat their homes with natural gas, that is — can thank an oil company.
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—The Dalai Lama, wearing a purple visor during his speech accepting the Templeton prize for progress in religion at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London.
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But he didn’t get slapped with a restraining order until he started nosing around the undisclosed financial ties of city council members including KC Becker and George Karakehian. Brigham says he believes his questions and discoveries, which he forwarded to the city attorney and district attorney, led to the restraining order.
Page 10 - no comments - 75 views Local farm loses the battle against local government
Parker’s farm, Willow Way, is a permaculture herb farm and herbal CSA in Niwot. Permaculture is a design method that uses the principles of natural ecosystems to create diversified food production systems anywhere from rural farms to urban apartments — a method that seems like it would fit perfectly in Boulder.
Page 15 - no comments - 55 views eco-briefs l Hang in there snowfly
But it isn’t as if time is on the snowfly’s side. The Arapahoe snowfly is found along only two small tributaries of the Cache la Poudre River in Northern Colorado: Young Gulch and Elkhorn Creek.
Page 16 - no comments - 58 views Taj Mahal is crown jewel in this year’s Summit lineup
When the second incarnation of the Boulder Roots & Blues Summit kicks off this weekend at the Boulder Theater and Fox Theatre, audiences will be able to take their pick from a smorgasbord of musical delights ranging from hirsute folk rocker Anders...
Page 18 - no comments - 66 views Event calendar | Week of May 17, 2012
Vanishing of the Bees — With special guest Tom Theobald, local bee expert and star of the movie. 7 p.m. Altona Grange, Longmont, Altonagrange.org..
Page 27 - no comments - 67 views Words | Week of May 17, 2012
Cat Daddy: What the World’s Most Incorrigible Cat Taught Me About Life, Love and Coming Clean —.
Page 30 - no comments - 58 views TOWERING CHALLENGES
When water washed away the red sandstone of the Colorado Plateau, it left the improbable spires of rust-colored rock, fingers flipping off the over-baking sun and the sand-spitting wind and the improvised protection the climbers who lusted after the tops of those towers would have to rely on in pursuit of a summit.
Page 33 - no comments - 55 views reel to reel | Week of May 17, 2012
In a large apartment high above the city lives a couple. They’re in love. She’s a painter, he’s a successful actor. Just a normal afternoon — except that this isn’t a normal afternoon, for them or anyone else. Because tomorrow, at 4:44 a.m.
Page 38 - no comments - 62 views Yo ho no
Pirate Captain, voiced by former hooker enthusiast Hugh Grant, is sad that he continues to lose the Pirate of the Year award to folks like Black Bellamy ( Jeremy Piven), Cutlass Liz (Salma Hayek) and Peg Leg Hastings (Lenny Henry). But the goofy, well-intentioned leader has a plan … sort of.
Page 40 - no comments - 75 views Open mouth, insert wing
Feeling plucky, pal Cyn and I ordered a 20-piece wing assortment for $19.95, which afforded us the chance to sample a quartet of sauces. Uniformly, the fried wings themselves were pleasingly plump and moist, without the semi-dessicated qualities that sometimes afflict this dish.
Page 43 - no comments - 65 views appetizers l Comida Cantina
Fan’s Chinese Cuisine, situated in a Niwot strip mall near a sheriff’s office substation, serves up dishes free of MSG, as well as gluten-free choices. Outside of that, the reasonably priced lunch bill of fare is a Chinese-American hall of fame, spotlighting classic, time-tested chestnuts like chow mein, Szechuan beef and vegetarian Buddha’s Delight.
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Astrology | Week of May 17, 2012
the spell of a bewitching passion that rivets your focus. I disagree with that view. It may be true that you’re better able than the other signs to be objective about your fixations. But that doesn’t necessarily dilute the intensity you feel when they rise up and captivate your imagination with the force of a thousand love songs.
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