Since September 2011, small groups of people across the world have gathered over tea and cake to discuss mortality. I went to one in Boulder to learn how COVID-19 and the King Soopers shooting are impacting those conversations.
The two-year-old local nonprofit uses fly fishing to help men struggling with depression and anxiety. And in the next few months, it’s expanding offerings to include weekend retreats and scholarships that subsidize therapy costs.
The state’s new independent redistricting commissions will draw the maps that shape the political landscape for the next 10 years. Will the process be able to ensure fairness amid data delays and rampant polarization?
News outlets around the world covered the Colorado State University study’s dramatic findings, but most of them overlooked a major point: Marijuana producers already knew growing cannabis indoors was unsustainable.