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  • Issue Archive for
  • Jul 29 - Aug 4, 2010
  • Vol. 18, No. 30
  • Chatroulette
Digital Edition


  • Long story short

    It recently occurred to me that going on Chatroulette isn't all that different from renting an apartment a block off of Sunset and Vine.


  • Advice goddess

    So, the guy chases you down, wins you back, and now he's not sure whether it's you or that tramp with the cable cars?
  • Letters

    The state of local transit, a response from Culbreth-Graft, thoughts on drug legalization and a poem on Doug Bruce.
  • IQ: Does not compute
  • IQ: Does not compute

    You'd think most of us would be lost if we had to conduct our day-to-day lives without cell phones or the Internet. But a lot of us seem to believe there'd be an upside to disconnecting, too.

Food & Drink


  • Big gigs
  • Big gigs

    Upcoming concerts here and around the region.


  • Movie picks

    Our reviewers' recommendations for films playing around the area.
  • Opening this week
  • Opening this week

    Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore, Charlie St. Cloud, Dinner for Schmucks and more.

Visual Arts


  • Short stories
  • Short stories

    War Is Boring, My Name Is Memory, Medicine in the Old West


Special Section

  • New art museum opens in Boulder
  • New art museum opens in Boulder

    Mark your calendars for Sept. 24, the opening celebration for the CU Art Museum. An extension of Colorado University's Boulder campus, this museum will now be open to the public with special exhibitions and gallery shows featuring items from its permanent collection.

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