Last Labor Day, the mountains west of Boulder were set ablaze by a fellow who didn’t keep a close eye on an outdoor firepit (a volunteer fire fighter, no less). Called the FourMile Canyon Fire, it destroyed 166 homes and burned 6500 acres. Luckily, nobody was killed. Today I […]
News and opinion from around US-opolis for Saturday, March 26, 2011. Best Stories of the Week edition.
AdLib : Bito – Sweet!!! bito : “They just announced on Madison’s Radio Station WTDY that they officially have enough signatures to Recall Hopper! #wiunion” AdLib : Night CL! choicelady : G’night everybody! Have a good week everyone, wherever you may be. choicelady : BDM – that is SO cool! […]
Today’s music thread is all about the singers, those with the most unique, powerful, moving and/or memorable voices. Who do you think of when you think of a singer? What are your favorite vocals in a song? Share your faves with your friends here! This is a tough one, so […]
News and opinion from around US-opolis for Friday, March 25, 2011.
Join me in bidding adieu to L’Enfant’s city.
News and opinion from around US-opolis for Thursday, March 24, 2011.
It has been two weeks now since Japan was hit by its worst crisis in over sixty years. Though eastern and northern Honshu are still experiencing aftershocks on a daily basis, and new concerns about food and water contamination, power shortages, and the ongoing repair problems at the nuclear power […]
OK, Congress is mad at the President. I get it. They’re mad because he didn’t ask them for their permission to join two other permanent members of the UN Security Council in effecting a no-fly zone over Libya in order to dissuade a brutal dictator from committing what would, effectively, […]