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Why the King Soopers strike matters

“The companies were thriving, but our workers didn’t thrive. Know what our workers got? COVID. Attacked. Beat up. Spit on. Slapped. Overworked. And the company? They did great. They did absolutely great, sitting behind their desk doing their job by Zoom.”— Kim Cordova, president of United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) Local 7 in Colorado The post Why the King Soopers strike matters ap...

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What to do when there’s nothing to do . . .

EVENTS Craft & Draft Weekly Young Writers Workshop 4:30-6 p.m. Thursdays from January 20-February 17, The Wandering Jellyfish Bookshop, 198 Second Avenue, Suite 1A, Niwot. Price: $180 for all six sessions. Do you enjoy writing fiction and want to make progress in your story, finishing it and deepening it? Or maybe you have an idea […] The post What to do when there’s nothing to do...

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Dreamland recovered

Glass Animals’ new album emerged from Joe Seaward’s ‘miraculous’ recovery after head injury The post Dreamland recovered appeared first on Boulder Weekly....

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How to get fat

Longmont’s Fatworks peddles artisan lard, tallow, ghee and all things fat and healthy The post How to get fat appeared first on Boulder Weekly....

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Combating the virus

New research suggests that several minor cannabinoids may be able to fight and prevent COVID infections The post Combating the virus appeared first on Boulder Weekly....

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‘These are not ordinary times’

Should kratom be a tool in the harm reduction kit for the opioid epidemic? The post ‘These are not ordinary times’ appeared first on Boulder Weekly....

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Taste of the week 1/20

Blueberry latte and strawberry blueberry pie @ Gabee and Mountain Fountain The post Taste of the week 1/20 appeared first on Boulder Weekly....

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