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2014/09/11 19:33
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For their book, The Humor Code, journalist Joel Warner and University of Colorado Boulder Professor Peter McGraw spent a year travelling the world in search of funny. They searched Africa for its...
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2014/09/11 19:33
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Sen. Minority Leader Mitch McConnell wanted to share his long-repressed feelings about a traumatic event. “It was,” Mitch confided, grim-faced, “the worst day of my political life.” Was it the day of...
2014/09/11 19:33
2014/09/11 19:33
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Now that summer has ended and school is back in session, the calendar has rolled back around to one of Boulder’s most cherished shenanigans: The Boulder International Fringe Festival, in which dozens...
2014/09/04 20:33
2014/09/04 20:33
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According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, in 2014 94 percent of U.S. soybeans, 93 percent of corn and 90 percent of cotton will be produced from genetically modified plants. So are 95 percent...
2014/09/04 20:33
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While many kids from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras flee to the United States, few children from neighboring Nicaragua do. Nicaragua is poor like those nations, but it lacks what experts consider...
2014/09/04 20:33
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Burger King, the fast food giant, bills itself as “Home of the Whopper,” a name intended to convey to burger eaters that this one is jumbo, chockfull and a whale of a deal. But “whopper” also means a...
2014/09/04 20:33
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EBOLA OUTBREAK EXACERBATING HUNGER ISSUES The UN is paying close attention to the effects that quarantine efforts to control the current Ebola outbreak are having on hunger issues. “A health crisis...
2014/09/02 16:33
2014/09/02 16:33
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Colorado based Shannon Galpin has been busy. Since her interview with the Boulder Weekly back in June of 2013, she has released her memoir Mountain to Mountain: The Journey of Adventure and Activism...
2014/08/28 20:33
2014/08/28 20:33
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Labor Day and chili cookoffs are two of the most America-ing ’Mericas here in America, meaning the two go together even better than ramalamadingdong. And here in Colorado, people take their chili...
2014/08/28 20:33
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Anyone who has driven down 30th Street has probably seen it out their window. But in case you’ve never stopped for a closer look, the brightly colored slab of concrete next to the skatepark in Scott...
2014/08/28 20:33
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I don’t think so, but Cargill Inc. is doing its damndest to get away with its version of the old admonition that eating your cake today means not having it tomorrow. Cargill, the $2.3 billion-a-year...
2014/08/21 19:33
2014/08/21 19:33
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Boulder City Council members Macon Cowles and Lisa Morzel deserve praise for speaking out against the provision in a proposed public nudity ordinance that would have criminalized toplessness for women...
2014/08/21 19:33
2014/08/21 19:33
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The Middle East is on fire from Tripoli to Mesopotamia and no one in Boulder is chanting “no blood for oil.” Not even the folks at the Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center. Especially not the...
2014/08/21 19:33
2014/08/21 19:33
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Let’s check our weaponry: 93,000 machine guns, 533 planes and helicopters, 180,000 magazine cartridges and 432 mine-resistant ambush protected vehicles. OK, let’s roll! Only, this is not the U.S....
2014/08/14 22:33
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Major General Harold Greene could certainly tell you about that — but he’s dead. On August 5, General Green became the highest-ranking American soldier to die in our unfathomable, 13-year war in...
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Pennsylvania and Colorado may be a nation apart, but they’re side-by-side when it comes to having recently seen explosive increases in oil and gas development, specifically through the use of...
2014/09/11 19:33
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