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Page 3 - no comments - 89 views Big shot banker proves big banks are too big
OK, but where were the federal regulators, who’re supposed to dog banker excess? Shoved aside by Dimon. While more than 100 government inspectors were imbedded in JPMorgan — none were in the reckless investment division. The bank’s big-shot boss, who is tightly wired to the top lead ers.
Page 5 - no comments - 96 views Letters | Nice fracking article
I had my house on the market, but after one buyer backed out of a full-offer contract, and with two more with two other houses in my neighborhood backing out of contracts, I realized we need to stand our ground and make people aware of what’s coming. We are willing to stay and fight this monster at our doorsteps.
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host Richard Dawson, in an interview from 1985. Dawson died on June 2. During his time as host, he kissed an estimated 20,000 female contestants on the show.
Page 6 - no comments - 100 views Banning the dirty frackers
The group, which calls itself Our Health, Our Future, Our Longmont is gathering signatures to put a charter amendment on the November ballot that would ban fracking in Longmont and prohibit the extraction industry from storing fracking waste in open pits or disposing of it in the city.
Page 6 - no comments - 87 views In case you missed it | Obituaries May 2012
Special thanks to Wikipedia.org. Several of the above obituaries have been edited from the ongoing Wikipedia project found at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/deaths_.
Page 8 - no comments - 101 views Our take on the District 1 commissioner race
Both Elise Jones and Gary Sanfaçon bring strong commitments to protecting our environment. Both have expressed great concern over the growing threats posed to county residents by this election cycle’s hot-button issues of hydraulic fracturing of oil...
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Corrine Fowler, economic justice campaign director for the Colorado Progressive Coalition, is a leader in the movement to get enough petition signatures to put Initiative 84 up for a vote this fall in Colorado.
Page 12 - no comments - 124 views Head in the cloud
In April, Greenpeace released a report showing that the United States led the world in electricity consumption in 2007, with 3,923 billion kilowatt hours (kwH). Following the U.S. are other industrialized countries; China is second, followed by Russia and Japan.
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Hastings as saying, “The purpose of the ESA is to recover endangered species — yet this is where the current law is failing — and failing badly. Of the species listed under the ESA in the past 38 years, only 20 have been declared recovered. That’s a 1 percent recovery rate.
Page 16 - no comments - 97 views Twelfth Night
Sneed says the decision to include more plays by other writers has helped open up the theater company to a broader audience. In 2008, the festival saw the best attendance in more than a decade, which may have been in part due to a larger variety of plays being performed.
Page 18 - no comments - 144 views Sullied reputation
“It’s not a documentary — or it shouldn’t be titled one because it uses footage that happened and footage that was re-enacted to tell a story the director wanted to tell. One that ultimately is a successful story, but is not true. And we’ve suffered from it,” says guitarist Peter Holmström.
Page 21 - no comments - 105 views Staying humble
When the Indigo Girls come through Boulder this Sunday, June 10, Ray will still be healing after dislocating her shoulder while prepping to go on stage for a solo show. Yet she laughs when retelling the story and insists these things happen when you’re in front of people night after night.
Page 22 - no comments - 91 views Uncomfortable cuisine
“The Garden of Earthy Delights,” which takes up the museum’s entire front room and is the first thing you see as you enter, is a greenhouse and a tea room combined. Fresh herbs and sprouts grow underneath various lamps throughout the room, and visitors are encouraged to take a thin, clay cup, fingerprints and marks.
Page 23 - no comments - 170 views Eat & Run
When we’re done talking, he takes off with those long strides on down the street — as if our conversation was just a brief stopover, an aid station break on the ongoing marathon that’s his schedule right now.
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to put Scott Jurek’s tips and tricks (and runner-friendly recipes) to the test? Check out some of these ultraruns:.
Page 33 - no comments - 116 views Reel to reel | Week of June 7, 2012
A group of British retirees (Judi Dench, Bill Nighy, Tom Wilkinson, Maggie Smith) decide to “outsource” their retirement to less expensive and seemingly exotic India. Enticed by advertisements for the newly restored Marigold Hotel, they arrive to find the place a shell of its former self.
Page 37 - no comments - 117 views Scott’s ship sinks
The problem is that there’s insufficient narrative thread to weave together everything that happens in the film, and much more importantly, there is a large cast of characters who behave in generally inexplicable ways.
Page 39 - no comments - 148 views There’s gold in them thar beers
Oskar Blues signs a letter of intent to build a restaurant in Boulder’s Depot Square development, while at the same time announcing plans to build a new facility across the country in North Carolina. Dry Dock Brewing announces expansion to a new building in Aurora that will increase production to try to keep up with demand.
Page 41 - no comments - 147 views Coffee up and brunch
For my money, the key predictor of the success of a brunch outing comes with the first sip of house java. My bleary-eyed pal Cyn and I had just blown into Lyons, ensconced ourselves in a corner table at the Lyons Fork, and requested coffee first thing out of the gate.
Page 43 - no comments - 109 views Tidbites | Races of the species
Prior to watching the thoroughbreds on television, patrons can catch the final leg of the Triple Crown of Hermit Crab Racing.
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that originated in Alabama. It spotlights sandwiches and platters featuring such classic choices as brisket, pulled pork, hot links and fried catfish. One of the top choices is a platter of falling-off-the-bone ribs with bright fried green tomatoes and creamy banana pudding to finish.
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