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The killings at the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo have provoked much discussion about the freedom of expression. Ed Wasserman, the dean of University of California Berkeley’s Graduate School...
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My father was an early member of a group now known disparagingly as “ultra-lawn people.” “High,” as everyone called him, was dedicated, body and soul, to the Sisyphean task of trying to maintain a...
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Matt Moseley is sitting in his office, a cool structure at the back of his home that at one time might have been a tiny carriage house or garage, but has since evolved into a funky shack full of...
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I was speaking to a classroom full of journalism students a few years back when one of them asked, “How do you decide whom to interview?” At first, I just thought this question was another example of...
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As we pass another milestone in the Boulder Weekly journey — this one with a big 21 prominently displayed — I have a confession to make about this newspaper that has never been shared with our...
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IS ‘WESTWORD’ GOING UP FOR SALE? “We continue to evaluate all of our properties while at the same time looking at new opportunities,” Scott Tobias, Voice Media Group chief executive officer, said in...
2015/01/22 20:33
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If members of the brand-spanking new, Republican-controlled Congress are at all confused about why We the People consider them just another load of bovine excrement, they should look at their bill...
2015/01/22 20:33
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Toward the end of the night, a patron of the Boulder Shelter for the Homeless said it’s bittersweet when volunteer kitchen manager Mark Biggers makes a meal — the food was always good, but, the man...
2015/01/22 20:33
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I am afraid,” says Roman Cabrera, lying tiltedup in a hospital bed at the Medical Center of the Rockies in Loveland, his neck swallowed in braces. “I am very scared they will send me to Mexico. I...
2015/01/22 20:33
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AND THE TRADITION CONTINUES The Conference on World Affairs is always one of the year’s highlights for the region. This year will mark the 67th gathering and as always, fans of the conference have...
2015/01/22 20:33
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Twenty years ago, Boulder Weekly did a story about a rash of business closures including a number of well-liked, locally owned shops and eateries. The Pearl Street Mall was particularly hit hard back...
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As America embarks on a more friendly relationship with Cuba, it is interesting to recall a peculiar moment in our history when Fidel Castro was seen as a Robin Hood figure by many Americans,...
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An old cowboy aphorism says: “Speak the truth. But ride a fast horse.” From the 1970s into the 1990s, there was a proud truth-telling newspaper of national importance. At the Washington Post, fiery...
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COLORADO WORKERS GET MORE POWER AGAINST WAGE THEFT After two failed attempts since 2012, a new law protecting Colorado workers against wage theft is finally on the books. The Wage Protection Act,...
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Let me start by saying I’m all for municipalization. I have supported the idea of forming a municipal electric utility in Boulder from the beginning. That said, I continue to be disappointed by the...
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I think it was in 1995 that I first suggested a fix to Boulder’s affordable housing problem in the pages of Boulder Weekly. As I recall, the circumstances were a lot like today; rents and real estate...
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Perhaps you recall from high school civics class that neat flow chart showing the beautiful democratic process for passing a law through Congress. What a bunch of kidders those chart makers were! To...
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The best advice I ever got about running for office came from Faye Johnson, a fierce Democratic warrior and former Boulder County Democratic Party chair. It consisted of exactly three words: “Make no...
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