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Surviving Forever: Navigating Longer Lifespans

The idea that older people are intrinsically less valuable than folks in younger cohorts is more prevalent than one would think. The problem with that belief is that most of us will make it to 65 and beyond.

Spotlight on our Local Music | Year End Wrap

After a year that has all but cratered the entire music industry in Colorado thanks to COVID-19, let’s take a look back at some great recordings released this year.

A Winter Roundup | In The Cups

Booze and holidays go together as much as just about anything else, but if you don’t have the right alcohol things just won’t be as shiny and bright. Luckily, you don’t have to pick on your own. We’re here to help things stay festive.

OurTicles: Call me De La Vaca

The path from the ‘hood of East L.A. to East Boulder County is simple enough with a map. For De La Vaca, Managing Editor of the Yellow Scene, it was anything but.

Boulder Police Department should kill two birds with one stone by applying police discretion to NOT respond to calls that do not warrant a police response | Community Corner

There is no doubt that in Boulder, with so few Black people, a Black person walking through many neighborhoods may be deemed suspicious. But police should have more than a claim of a person acting suspicious before responding.

Month in Review | Dec 20-Jan 21

As we near the end of 2020, Colorado Coronavirus cases surged, slightly reduced, then discovered the first US case of the UK COVID-19 variant, which is 56 percent more contagious than the common strain.

Resolution, Rationalization, and Reality: Goal Setting in 2021

A fun fact is that over 80% of New Year resolutions are not kept. So why make a resolution instead of making a change in behavior …For Your Life™ anytime of the year?