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Indulgence Issue

Newcomers

The BoCo food scene is ever evolving and changing, it can be hard to keep up. Here's some of the new and noteworthy. Bramble and Hare 1970 13th St., Boulder All the food is sourced from their 500-acre farm, so everything is fresh and made in house and changes seasonally. They have a deal where you can do a...

Features

Notable Locals

We go out to eat because we want to be spolied, becuase we need a break from cooking, because we love a good reason to dress up and go out. These are the places you need to know, one plate at a time.  Jax Fish House, Boulder - We stopped in just after they opened at 4 p.m. to check out Happy Hour. We tried the strawberry-infused vodka lemonade, habanero paloma, and peel-and-eat shrimp, which...

Newcomers

The BoCo food scene is ever evolving and changing, it can be hard to keep up. Here's some of the new and noteworthy. Bramble and Hare 1970 13th St., Boulder All the food is sourced from their 500-acre farm, so everything is fresh and made in house and changes seasonally. They have a deal where you can do a three course farm dinner for $36. Think pistachio tarator sauce with farm...

Scene

Spotlight: St. Paul and the Broken Bones

Paul Janeway’s soft-spoken Alabama drawl belies a lot about what you might have come to expect from white guy who grew up in a conservative Christian community in the Deep South. And when you get him on stage, the part of him that almost found its way into the cloth grabs hold, but it’s the Marvin Gaye-influenced vocals that blow you away. St. Paul and the Broken Bones dropped their third...

All in the Family

  The racism is bad. The unapologetic ignorance, at times, seems possibly worse. What follows is the result of reviewing 100s of hours of recordings, dating back decades. This is by no means comprehensive, but most of what was quoted below is certainly illustrative of the man’s backward beliefs, his base bigotry, and his inability to grasp basic concepts of geography, history...

Scene Stealers – September

  I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change at Boulder’s Dinner Theatre I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change was one of the longest-running shows ever to be performed at the Denver Center’s Garner Galleria Theatre. The small four-person musical review is a compilation of scenes exploring the journey of dating, marriage, children and aging. It’s always a popular show among...

Cuisine

Newcomers

The BoCo food scene is ever evolving and changing, it can be hard to keep up. Here's some of the new and noteworthy. Bramble and Hare 1970 13th St., Boulder All the food is sourced from their 500-acre farm, so everything is fresh and made in house and changes seasonally. They have a deal where you can do a three course farm dinner for $36. Think pistachio tarator sauce with farm...

Also in This Edition

Halloween Directory 2018

  The bewitching month is upon us, and there are plenty of events to keep your spooky bone satisfied all month long with pumpkin patches, trick-or-treating, musical events, and the perennial favorite: being chased through a haunted corn maze by a beat up clown and a chainsaw. Find an event that suits your idea of a bloody good time. TOTS OPPS BATH GARDEN HALLOWEEN PARTY (Fort Collins)...

Voices: Candi Cdebaca

Not all taxes are created equal. In a city like Boulder, where residents pride themselves on liberal and progressive identities, forcing behavior changes through the use of taxes is rarely perceived as problematic. In fact, just a couple of years ago Boulder passed the soda tax to curb residents’ intake of sugary drinks that often lead to expensive health conditions. So in November, it is...

The O’Conner Corner: CO Legal

“Stand up and act like a lady. . . now you can go to jail.” These were the words of Denver Police Department’s Officer Brooks as he handcuffed a woman who had stopped to photograph the Denver Police surrounding a naked Black man on the street in Denver. She was standing well away from the action when Officer Brooks approached and instructed her to stop filming. Officers misstated to...

Month in Review

Month in Review

This month started off with some high drama, as US President Donald Trump’s longtime lawyer and fixer plead guilty to 8 counts, including campaign finance violations that indict the president himself. No word from the local Colorado GOP on whether or not they still support him. His former campaign chair also plead to 8 counts, compounding the GOP drama. • It was reported that 70+% of...
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