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Thurston Moore, Sonic Youth Mastermind, on Summering (and Teaching) in Boulder

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At our Backbeat blog, Tom Murphy chats with Thurston Moore, the Sonic Youth legend who's spent four years' worth of summers teaching at Boulder's Naropa Institute.

At Denver Stiffs, Nate Timmons notes that the Nuggets' Kenneth Faried is now officially a finalist for the Team USA World Cup squad.

At Mile High Mamas, Catherine Dix writes about divorce and "The Gambler," with apologies to Kenny Rogers.

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