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Scene Stealers: December 2019 — Yellow Scene Magazine

Napoleon Dynamite featuring a talkback with Jon Heder and Efren Ramirez at Boulder Theater Capturing lightning in a bottle is one of those things that pretty much never happens intentionally. And it’s hard to find a better real life example of the time-honored cliche than the story of Napoleon Dynamite, the 2004 indie comedy shot for a total budget of around $400,000 that ended up

Off Menu with Josh Dinar, River and Woods in Boulder

Fifteen minutes into our interview, I confessed something to Josh that only a handful of people know. A decade ago, I started a group for people of many interests and pursuits, a gathering that I aptly named Renaissance People. We took turns pitching our ideas, ruminating about our triumphs and failures and navigating a world full of people who say, “You need to just focus on one

Month in Review: December 2019 — Yellow Scene Magazine

  In a historic vote  the House of Representatives approved two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump. The articles of impeachment will now be sent to the Senate for a vote in 2020. • Centura Health, Avista Adventist Hospital received an A grade  in a recent report released by the nonprofit group, Leapfrog. Only approximately a third of hospitals surveyed receive

Crisis in Rural America: Farm Exodus

  SUPPORT LOCAL MEDIA-DONATE NOW!     . Farming is back breaking work. It doesn't pay well and it is certainly not glamorous, unless of course your name is Eddie Albert, you're a 60's sitcom star on the set of Green Acres. Otherwise, to farm is to toil endlessly for little reward, if the reward is not found in the work itself. On top of that, farmers face several

Fourth Generation: Catherine Long-Gates

A DiverCity conversation with a tenant farmer, a family farmer, who's been on her family's land essentially since birth. The death of the small farm in BOCO won't happen if she has any say in it. Not today. Not after more than a century of time and investment here. Photos: Paul Wedlake The history is incredible. It’s the kind of history that reminds us of the good and bad in our local

Fourth Generation: Catherine Long-Gates

A DiverCity conversation with a tenant farmer, a family farmer, who's been on her family's land essentially since birth. The death of the small farm in BOCO won't happen if she has any say in it. Not today. Not after more than a century of time and investment here. Photos: Paul Wedlake The history is incredible. It’s the kind of history that reminds us of the good and bad in our local

Community Corner: Darkest Before the Dawn?

If the truism that it is always darkest before the dawn holds up, local and national government policy on homelessness must soon see positive change. Current policy across the country has indeed gotten darker, from Trump vilifying people experiencing homelessness for causing harm to those seeking “prestigious real estate” and placing “real-life horror” Robert Marbut in the role of
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