• FRITZ: Summertime funk - 07/22/2014 06:20 PM MDT
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    Fritz in Your PantsFRITZ: Summertime funk

    Plus, this new mom wants to revert to old party ways
    07/22/2014 06:20 PM MDT
    Dear Fritz, I'm in a summertime funk. I don't want to do anything but drink in front of my window AC unit. My boyfriend is annoyed with me. How do I get my motivation back? It's Getting Hot in Here  
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    FRITZ: Tour of doody, part doo
    07/20/2014 08:24 PM MDT - The new medication I'd just started taking had some less-than-savory side effects. I read all nine pages of information. I can slog through nausea and the occasional headache, if need be, but the one I'd most hoped to avoid - well, after death and coma - is a little something I like to call the cha-cha-chas: That's how you scurry to the bathroom, squeezing your bumcheeks together and moving quickly while trying to stabilize the contents of the bowels. Full Story

    PEACE TRAIN: Israel is repeatedly violating Palestinian human rights
    07/17/2014 05:10 PM MDT - Israel's current attack on a basically defenseless population in Gaza is a repeat of its massacres of Palestinians in November 2012, December 2008-January 2009 and June 2006. Full Story

    FRITZ: S'Kimmy Gibbler
    07/13/2014 05:00 PM MDT - Last weekend, as I was turning tiny circles in the water and tossing flying ant carcasses into the gravel with my trusty partner, S'Kimmy, a question brewed: wasn't there a kid named Kimmy in "Full House"? And what was her last name? Full Story

    Peace Train: Piketty, inequality and war
    07/10/2014 03:37 PM MDT - One of the most important books published in recent years is "Capital in the Twenty-First Century" by the French economist Thomas Piketty. A dramatic and unexpected relationship revealed therein concerns economic inequality and warfare. Full Story

    Peace Train: No bombs bursting in air
    07/03/2014 05:07 PM MDT - As we thrill to shimmering fireworks in the night skies reminiscent of "And the rockets red glare, the bombs bursting in air," it is tempting to look at the dark side of this and ask, who are we as a society? Full Story

    RYAN: Love your n00bs, nerds
    07/01/2014 02:16 PM MDT - Oh, my lovely nerds. Longtime readers of this column (insert heart-eye emoji here) surely know how much I absolutely despise the concept of "nerd cred." Full Story

    Peace Train: TPP: secret giveaways to corporations
    06/26/2014 12:15 PM MDT - U.S. trans-national corporations are working to change the rules governing them under the cover of so-called trade deals. Full Story

    Letter: The Nigerian girls are our daughters
    06/23/2014 01:44 PM MDT - The Igbo people of Nigeria have a saying, "One cannot hear a child's cry and say one is busy." Their children are our children, and we cannot say we are busy. Full Story

    Peace Train: Rocky Flats and the folly of nuclear deterrence
    06/19/2014 11:20 AM MDT - Two weeks ago I participated in an interesting conference about the former Rocky Flats nuclear weapons plant. Most of the conference addressed health and environmental issues, but I was preoccupied with the reason for the plants very existence -- nuclear deterrence. Full Story

    (AP)
    College footballColorado football: MacIntyre sees Buffs making progress

    Coach wants chances to win games in fourth quarter
    LOS ANGELES — — Coach Mike MacIntyre says the Colorado football team will be improved this season, but how big a jump the Buffs are able to make remains to be seen. Full Story
    (AP)
    College footballColorado football: MacIntyre sees Buffs making progress

    Coach wants chances to win games in fourth quarter
    LOS ANGELES — — Coach Mike MacIntyre says the Colorado football team will be improved this season, but how big a jump the Buffs are able to make remains to be seen. Full Story
    (Paul Aiken / Daily Camera)
    Second Story Garage: Scars on 45

    Musical chemistry is like romantic chemistry. It's hard to come by, but when you find it you know it's special. Danny Bemrose and Aimee Driver of the English band Scars on 45 have musical chemistry. You know it the moment they blend their voices. Full Story