Soft-n-crunchy falafel, Europeaified American pastries, an apple tart recipe, events and more

Taste of the week: Boychik and Lost City Coffee For a good time, try a plate of Boychik’s falafel while taking in the view of the Flatirons from the roof of downtown Boulder’s Avanti Food & Beverage.  Located in the first-floor food hall, Boychik focuses on scratch-made Mediterranean fare. I appreciated the fresh-from-the-fryer falafel: large […]

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Astrology 4/14/22

ARIES March 21-April 19: Aries author Marge Piercy writes, “I love people who harness themselves, an ox to a heavy cart, who pull like water buffalo, with massive patience, who strain in the mud and the muck to move things forward, who do what has to be done, again and again.” According to my analysis […]

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A sip of CBD

For John Simmons, co-founder of Boulder’s Weller drink company with Matt Oscamou, one moment on Pearl Street captured the changing CBD reality. “We were walking on the Downtown mall, and there was a mom strolling hand-in-hand with a four-year-old, and mom’s sipping a can of Weller CBD,” Simmons recalls.  That was the moment the duo […]

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Presidential selection transparency issues at the University of Colorado

With the selection of current interim President Todd Saliman as the sole finalist for the presidency of the University of Colorado system, CU’s governing Board of Regents still have the opportunity to keep their promise of transparency to the citizens of the State of Colorado—including those who elected them. As someone who benefited from the […]

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Clap Back

Dear Dan: Bisexual female in an open/monogamish relationship with a heterosexual male. My partner and I have some friends in the swinging lifestyle that invite us to parties and group sex events. They recently picked up gonorrhea at a hotel takeover and did not find out until after hosting 20 people at a sex party. So, […]

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Amazon workers’ win and fragile promise of union revival

This April Fools’ Day, David beat Goliath. It wasn’t a joke. Workers at Amazon’s huge warehouse on Staten Island voted to form a union by a wide margin. Amazon is this nation’s second largest employer, and PBS Frontline said it’s “one of the most influential economic and cultural forces in the world.” The New York […]

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Letters 4/14/22

In support of the library district My name is Jennifer Yee and I am a resident of unincorporated Boulder County. A quick maps search tells me that I live 305 feet inside the northern boundary of the proposed library district. I’m also a small business owner and investor, along with my husband I own a personal […]

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