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Thursday, April 23,2015


Fringe festivals are essential for theater. They push the boundaries and allow for experimentation that’s not always possible with everyday theater. They also give a voice to creative people with a message to share.
Thursday, April 23,2015


The subconscious mind is a scary thing. You never know what can happen if someone says the right words and snaps their fingers at the correct moment. If you want to find out, comedian and hypnotist Rusty Z is coming to The Dairy on April 23. As seen on Comedy Central and A&E, Rusty Z has also performed his show all over the country.
Thursday, April 23,2015


Enjoy the red carpet premiere of the films Dalai Lama Awakening and Compassion in Action on Thursday, April 23 at the Boulder Theater. Dalai Lama Awakening is narrated by Harrison Ford and is the product of a cinematic dream that documents the journey of Western thinkers to India to meet with the Dalai Lama and discuss a variety of topics.
Thursday, April 23,2015

Her turn

Rhiannon Giddens of Carolina Chocolate Drops on going solo and working on The New Basement Tapes

By Dave Gil de Rubio
If there’s one word Rhiannon Giddens detests, it’s genres. Classically trained in opera at Oberlin University, she moved on to a whole different style of music in becoming the leader of the Carolina Chocolate Drops, the Grammy-winning old-time string band from North Carolina — whose members all happen to be African- American.
Thursday, April 23,2015

Imagination knows no age

Joan Mir exhibition focuses on artist’s accelerating creativity late in life

By Elizabeth Miller
At an age when surrealist painter Joan Miró might have considered retirement, or at least allowing age to excise the demands on his speed and productivity it seems to necessitate for most of us, he didn’t back off or slow down.
Thursday, April 23,2015

Locally-sourced cinema

Front Range Film Festival brings Colorado filmmakers from camera to screen

By Amanda Moutinho
Culture is homegrown in Boulder County — from breweries to art. In her latest documentary, Colorado Hopped — Bine to Brew, Longmont filmmaker Barbara Hau paired the two. A few years ago, while helping a friend harvest a hops field in Wisconsin, Hau became interested in local hop farming operations. Then, when Hau noticed a few fields popping up around Longmont, she knew she wanted to make a film about the farmers, who were selling their crops to breweries around town.
Thursday, April 23,2015

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Thursday, April 23,2015

Living the dream

Adventure photographer Celin Serbo on the journey to holding a most-coveted job

By Mary Reed
For photographers, as for anglers, there’s always that one that got away. Rock climbing guide turned professional photographer and filmmaker Celin Serbo remembers such a shot vividly. It took place years ago on a guiding expedition to Ecuador. He was belaying clients up a headwall on the Cayambe volcano. It was early morning and the sun was just beginning to rise.
Thursday, April 23,2015


The report, released at the end of March, names 20 animals that were affected by the spill, with damages to juveniles or reproductive systems a main concern that may not be fully understood for years.
Thursday, April 23,2015

Scientists warn solvents may impact hormone systems

Common chemicals may cause harm at levels deemed ‘safe’ by feds

By Brian Bienkowski
Four chemicals, present both inside and outside homes might disrupt our endocrine systems at levels considered safe by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, according to an analysis released on April 15.