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The Professionals & Election Issue

A Workplace Transition: From Suits in the Office to PJs in Bed

Who would have guessed back when 2019’s autumn leaves changed from verdant to titian and butterscotch that the teachers, physicians, and bike repairers of 2020 would be working from home? Only the cosmos in all of its infinite knowledge...right? Well, not quite. The coronavirus catalyzed these slowly emerging changes in the workplace

Features

Yellow Scene Election Guide 2020: GO VOTE!

  Editor's note at bottom. All images provided by the campaign or found online. All interviews conducted by De La Vaca, Laurenz Busch, and Brian Heuberger for Yellow Scene Magazine. We asked all our candidates 6 questions on the same topics: Police Reform, Healthcare, Economy, Housing, Environment, and Special Areas of Concern. US HOUSE REP. D2   Representative Joe

A Workplace Transition: From Suits in the Office to PJs in Bed

Who would have guessed back when 2019’s autumn leaves changed from verdant to titian and butterscotch that the teachers, physicians, and bike repairers of 2020 would be working from home? Only the cosmos in all of its infinite knowledge...right? Well, not quite. The coronavirus catalyzed these slowly emerging changes in the workplace.

Scene

A Guide to the Ghastly & Ghoulish

These locales for all things lowering and lurid are open and taking precautions for your 2020 Halloween. The first three features are far-out-of-town, fear-filled destinations, while the list that follows offers a mix of local and travel-worthy terror. Go get your rocks off. Mi directorio es su directorio.

Editor’s Picks: October 2020

Editor's Picks for October 2020 through Mid November

Spotlight…on Ron Miles

Ron Miles is not only a brilliant trumpeter and composer — nearly peerless in today’s jazz realm — but he’s a beloved educator and mentor as well. Here, Miles talks about the profound experience of his father’s “transition,” why music matters so much now more than ever, and how he manages to find optimism amid the most tumultuous of times.

Trump is going to “win | Duly Noted

The path to the White House has been barricaded by Trump’s administration and his enabling GOP sycophants. We’re headed for four more years of his brand of authoritarian fascism. And if you think he’s already done serious damage to this nation, wait until you see what’s in store for Act II.

Outdoors

A Guide to the Ghastly & Ghoulish

These locales for all things lowering and lurid are open and taking precautions for your 2020 Halloween. The first three features are far-out-of-town, fear-filled destinations, while the list that follows offers a mix of local and travel-worthy terror. Go get your rocks off. Mi directorio es su directorio.

Cuisine

Off Menu With… Avanti Food & Beverage Boulder’s Chefs

Dive into the hearts and minds of the six culinary treasures that are making Avanti Boulder what it is today. These chefs are the real deal.

Avanti Food & Beverage Opens their Boulder Location

The unusual restaurant isn’t what you’d typically expect, the building is made up of multiple miniature kitchens that provide housing for a variety of restaurants. The Avanti building features a modern interior, minimalist furniture, and themed booths for each concept restaurant.

Ska Brewing: Finding a Creative Solution to the Beverage Candemic & Virtual Drinking!

Covid-19 has made its presence felt in some unexpected ways. Now, here’s another: the pandemic has led to a beverage candemic.

News

Yellow Scene Election Guide 2020: GO VOTE!

  Editor's note at bottom. All images provided by the campaign or found online. All interviews conducted by De La Vaca, Laurenz Busch, and Brian Heuberger for Yellow Scene Magazine. We asked all our candidates 6 questions on the same topics: Police Reform, Healthcare, Economy, Housing, Environment, and Special Areas of Concern. US HOUSE REP. D2   Representative Joe

Month in Review | October 2020

MONTH IN REVIEW   As of this writing, Boulder County sits at 4,998 cases of COVID-19, and the death toll is 84. There have been 227 hospitalizations and there are 252 disease investigations in progress. Restrictions on college students have eased some, after strict rules were put in place governing gatherings, masks, free movement, and specific house regulations. This same time frame

Also in This Edition

Ergonomics at work and …For Your Life | Health Column

The world is looking a little different right now and your at-home work station should, too. Many people don’t realize that a poorly designed workstation and bad work habits can result in headaches as well as back, neck, and shoulder pain.

Month in Review

Month in Review | October 2020

MONTH IN REVIEW   As of this writing, Boulder County sits at 4,998 cases of COVID-19, and the death toll is 84. There have been 227 hospitalizations and there are 252 disease investigations in progress. Restrictions on college students have eased some, after strict rules were put in place governing gatherings, masks, free movement, and specific house regulations. This same time frame

Community Corner

Racism, Redlining, And Recessions: Vastly Greater Numbers Of People Homeless Than Previously Reported, With BIPOC Folks Far More Likely To Suffer

Though the annual Point In Time (PIT) count for 2020 determined there were 6,104 people experiencing homelessness in the region, the count in the HMIS data system that tracks unique individuals who seek aid was 31,207: a factor of more than 5 times greater.

Notables

Tyler McNally’s Philosophies | OurTicles: 20 Years of Yellow Scene

It’s easy to recall the “people from just being in the trenches, the sales, that I'm still in touch with”. It’s easy to remember the lessons you learned. But sometimes it’s hard for us to look at a time in our life and say, “that changed my life, that gave me my direction.” I’ve always been of fan of being able to do that. Tyler can do that.
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