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Thursday, August 27,2015

Poetry

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yesterday’s main streets all the halfremembered somethings moths shuffle across window screens a ray of sunshine finds the long lost button pesos in the stairwell of a small shop under the stairs cheap seats with a good view personal, random...
Thursday, August 27,2015

drink up!

“Water is a finite source. It may be difficult to engage people and talk about water quality,” says Wade Norris, the event organizer. “But it’s very easy for people to relate to the price of their beer becoming more expensive because of mismanagement of water or lack of forward thinking on conservation.
Thursday, August 27,2015

Words | Week of Aug. 27, 2015

The Man Who Fell From the Sky — Margaret Coel..
Thursday, August 27,2015

Theater | Week of Aug. 27, 2015

Jester’s Dinner Theatre, 224 Main St., Longmont, 303- 682-9980. Through Sept. 5..
Thursday, August 27,2015

Arts | Week of Aug. 27, 2015

Conscious and Unconscious: Subjects of the Real & Surreal..
Thursday, August 27,2015

Jam

Before the countrywide tour and the critically-acclaimed debut album, the Watkins Family Hour was just a monthly show in L.A. for musicians to come let loose.
Thursday, August 27,2015

Flail

Boulder, prepare to thrash. Since 1982, Dirty Rotten Imbeciles, or D.R.I., have been paving the way for punk and thrash bands with their hardcore selections.
Thursday, August 27,2015

Giddy Up

Filmmaker and former CU Film Professor, Alex Cox, returns to Boulder with the announcement of his latest film project and Indiegogo campaign, Tombstone Rashomon. This western will explore the character of Wyatt Earp and the gunfight at the O.K. Corral from five radically different perspectives.
Thursday, August 27,2015

Rocky Mountain soul

Cleo Parker Robinson reflects on 45 years with ‘Passages’

By Lauren Archuletta
Cleo Parker Robinson’s entire career as a dance instructor can be compared to a tree, with roots deeply embedded into the Boulder community and branches that touch the lives of hundreds of dancers over the years.
Thursday, August 27,2015

Press any key to continue

Starset’s Dustin Bates on playing under a dome, putting off the degree and why his band isn’t an ‘X-Files’ episode in disguise

By Dave Kirby
After more than a year of interviews and a handful of tantalizingly oblique online manifestos aligned with the mission of a shadowy group called The Starset Society, Dustin Bates, lead singer and concepteur behind the Columbus, Ohio-based quartet Starset, wants everything to be clear.
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