Talk

In the age of COVID-19, everyone (Congress, bankers, bureaucrats) all could use some gentle correctives. Here goes.

| Aug 4, 2020

Reasons to vote for Romanoff abound: strong against fracking, doesn't zoom around in private jets.

| Jun 7, 2020

A brief photo montage of events in Denver and Boulder following the George Floyd killing, including a Central Park demo that drew 500.

| May 31, 2020

A climate scientist's dismissal inflames the fracking debate at a critical time.

| May 30, 2020

Wastewater sampling shows promise of being an effective method of estimating the number of infected residents in a locale.

| Apr 14, 2020

The models suggest a positive effect from social distancing that seems almost too good to be true. But what if we don't really have sufficient data?

| Apr 8, 2020

After a quick question-and-answer dialog with a staffer, Council lifts the OZ moratorium by 7-1 vote.

| Nov 2, 2019

Secretly embraced, voted on at midnight, a Trump-era investment giveaway will soon roll into Boulder.

| Oct 23, 2019

It's time for tactical voting -- for Swetlik, Julca, Dolan, Peterson and Wallach -- to retain a Council that resists investors and developers targeting Boulder with mega-profit schemes.

| Oct 17, 2019

Verizon's notorious "dead zones" persist on Iris Ave., near Lucky's Market, and in west Newlands.

| Aug 12, 2019