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VOLTA TO CLOSE WITH BANG It’s a shame to see it go. Volta Mediterranean Restaurant, which Boulder Weekly recently reviewed (and raved about), is shutting its doors this Sunday, March 29. “We are...
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2015/03/26 18:33
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Danish fails again Paul Danish jumps the shark again [Re: “Putin and anti-fracking activism,” March 19]. And, he has now infected the Boulder Weekly with a stinking pile of trash from conspiracists...
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According to a widespread urban legend, the Vietnam anti-war movement was mostly composed of privileged college kids and the war was most enthusiastically supported by blue collar workers. That’s the...
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Do the crime, do the time,” goes the old saying. Unless of course, the criminals are corporate executives. In those cases, the culprits are practically always given a “Get out of jail free”...
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While he was growing up in Athens, Georgia, nobody in Kevin Barnes’ immediate family played music. They had a piano in the house and his sisters took piano lessons briefly, but his parents never...
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Near my home in Austin, Texas, there’s an old refurbished motel with a keep-it-real attitude that is expressed right on its iconic marquee: “No additives, No preservatives, Corporate-free since...
2015/03/19 18:33
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Harold Hamm, the multibillionaire oilman who is president of Continental Resources, the company that is the biggest player in North Dakota’s Bakken shale oil patch, raised some eyebrows last week when...
2015/03/12 19:33
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A militant alliance of unionized workers and environmentalists is emerging out of the first national oil refinery strike since 1980. An Unfair Labor Practices strike began on Feb. 1 after talks broke...
2015/03/12 19:33
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We first covered Georgia boys BBQ when they opened in Longmont back in 2011. In two stories over two weeks, Boulder Weekly profiled the two unemployed friends who had recently moved in from Georgia,...
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While we know that an antigovernment group funded by plutocratic corporate powers is behind the lawsuit intended to terminate Obamacare — who are the four people who’re out front as the actual...
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Justice, Inc. is the debut short-story collection by former Boulder Weekly A&E editor Dale Bridges, who left the paper in 2009 to rent a tiny room on the Hill and write stories about, among other...
2015/03/12 19:33
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Is a bow and arrow a firearm? Yes, according to the Boulder County Commissioners, but only on Sugarloaf Mountain. The commissioners voted unanimously on Monday, March 9, to adopt a resolution that...
2015/03/05 19:33
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Obama is riding hell-bent for leather toward a nuclear deal with Iran which — if the leaked outlines of it are remotely accurate — will turn the United States into the principal enabler and...
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Being a congress critter is not as cushy a job as many assume. After all, they have to write legislation, organize hearings, write speeches, round up votes and do all sorts of other legislative-y...
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The documentary film Old Man is as much a story of a troubled, perhaps marginally dysfunctional family as it is the story of a troubled record store — and, in many ways, a dysfunctional town. The...
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Jerry Allen wants to sell his home. All he has to do is move it out of Boulder. Allen, 62, and his wife own a manufactured (or mobile) home in the Boulder mobile home park Vista Village. The Allens...
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