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Page 3 - no comments - 44 views Abandoning ALEC
The American Legislative Exchange Council is the corporatefinanced bill mill that thinks up reams of anti-labor, anti-consumer, anti-environment, anti-democracy and other anti-people laws favored by its corporate funders.
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Joe Beeler bought the sleepy place from the original Don and built it into a thriving empire with multiple locations and lines of hungry customers out the door. After quite a few years, he sold at the peak of that, wherein it all crumbled for the new owners.
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Dawson, Auburn University’s police chief, in a statement responding to the search for a suspect who killed two former Auburn football players and a third person at a party near campus.
Page 6 - no comments - 53 views Prairie dog poisoning shows need for protection
Colorado Horse Rescue performs an important mission. A nonprofit, CHR provides shelter, veterinary care, rehabilitation and adoption services for horses that have been abused and neglected. Through this compassionate care, CHR saves equine lives.
Page 6 - no comments - 43 views The heart of the city — what’s to be done?
According to a story in the Sunday edition of Brand X paper, Boulder planners are looking for ideas about how to further develop Boulder’s “civic heart” — by which they mean the area bounded by Ninth and 17th Streets on the west and east, and Arapahoe and Canyon on the south and north, with Boulder Creek running through it.
Page 6 - no comments - 41 views in case you missed it l ACADEMIC B.S.?
On the same day we found out that fired professor Ward Churchill had his appeal heard by the state Supreme Court, we learned that a Republican regent candidate committed academic misconduct that was at least as bad as anything old Ward ever did, if not moreso.
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“I’m afraid Erie Rising is just going to cost Erie money and not do any good,” says Richard Lesser, an Erie resident for the past 12 years. “There have been local communities that have tried to fight drilling in their neighborhoods without cause, and its cost them hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal fees, and in the end they did not win.
Page 13 - no comments - 41 views BW finally obtains DA’s phone records
After filing an open records request with Pearlman’s office on June 5, Garnett’s phone log for that period was provided to BW.
Page 14 - no comments - 50 views BLUE COLORADO
Why ocean conservation if exactly what this state needs by elizabeth miller .
Page 16 - no comments - 50 views McGuckin Hardware
Bill McGuckin opened McGuckin Hardware in 1955, with 4 employees in four different departments. His success was based on his belief in personalized service, selection and first-hand experience. In 1960, he joined forces with his son-in-law, Dave Hight, and this dynamic duo built the McGuckin Hardware you know today based on their mutual goal.
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Heather’s next event in her Workshop Series is ENERGY ESSENTIALS on July 8th, which reveals concrete ways to feel enthused and energetic using creative rest, diet & exercise methods, the law of least resistance, lifestyle organization strategies, and more.
Page 20 - no comments - 38 views Confronting the past
“I certainly wasn’t proud of that behavior,” Swofford says. “I was a 30-year-old ex-Marine in New York City with money and time on my hands, and I was also recently divorced. I wasn’t married to any of these women. I chalked it up to all is fair is love and war.
Page 23 - no comments - 34 views Special folk
For 45 years, Thompson has made music in various formations, never achieving more than modest commercial success, while critics have greeted his work with near-universal, bendedkneed genuflection. He uses a hybrid of pick and finger plucking, forging warm, rich folk tones abetted by a sinewy baritone.
Page 27 - no comments - 53 views Never die
“My Evil Twin has played a lot of places that were, like, the last time they were ever open,” he reflects with a hint of sideways and bemused pride. “We closed the place. … It used to be the Hoffbrau, whatever it was before then. Up in Table Mesa. I can’t remember.
Page 27 - no comments - 39 views And the first night was ‘Twelfth Night’
For the 55th time, the Colorado Shakespeare Festival brings ol’ Will back to Boulder. This year’s annual celebration of one of the world’s greatest playwrights showcases two Shakespeare, one Shakespeare-related and two non-Shakespeare plays: Twelfth Night, Richard III, Women of Will, Noises Off.
Page 31 - no comments - 66 views Reel to reel
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 43 - no comments - 48 views Sacre blue
And not just for sickos who find schoolteacher suicide to be a great punch line. This Canadian nominee for Best Foreign Film at last year’s Oscars is a light-handed, wisely simple contemplation of grief, with a take-home message that could be summed up on a scrap of paper crammed into a fortune cookie: “Let it go.
Page 44 - no comments - 40 views This is your brain. This is your brain at altitude.
This May, local mountaineer Mike Moniz successfully summited Mount Everest (29,029 feet) and Lhotse (27,940 feet) only 24 hours apart. After consecutively climbing the word’s tallest and fourth-tallest mountains with the International Mountain Guide (IMG) Classic team, Moniz headed for home with an extremely rare contribution.
Page 47 - no comments - 86 views Tidbites | Week of June 14, 2012
Executive Chef Suvir Saran, an author and celebrity chef who has appeared on Bravo TV’s Top Chef Masters,.
Page 52 - no comments - 61 views Dining high
High above the bustling streets, rooftop patios provide a dining alternative where patrons enjoy their meal literally feeling like they’re on top of the world. Restaurants take the natural beauty of the outdoors and make it part of their ambiance.
Page 52 - no comments - 61 views Go west for summer cookout fare
First up was the Tavern’s $6 take on deviled, or as they call them, picnic, eggs, a selection my inner Cool Hand Luke found appealing. The West End’s presentation consisted of a half-dozen jumbo oeuvres, subtly spiced with turmeric, although they also suffered from too much salt.
Page 53 - no comments - 48 views Appetizers
One reminiscent of a warm-weather resort spot and makes for either a fine staycation venue or just a place to knock back a few with friends after work. The bar food classics are another strong suit, and these include Buffalo chicken wings and a decidedly guilty pleasure, fried pickles.
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to have them work together more closely. As they get reacquainted, a bit of friction would be understandable. You may have to serve as a mediator. Try to get them to play nicely with each other for a while before jumping in to the negotiations about how best they can cooperate in the future.
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