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Thursday, June 11,2015


The University of Colorado Boulder’s sixth season of the CU New Opera Workshop (CU NOW) will culminate in two public performances this weekend of A Song for Susan Smith, an opera written by Pulitzer Prizewinning librettist and CU alum Mark Campbell and composed by Zach Redler.
Thursday, June 4,2015

Theater | Week of June 4, 2015

Brighton Beach Memoirs..
Thursday, June 4,2015


The line up at this year’s Emerging Women Power night is stacked with a diverse selection of women. The event will feature CEO of Tapinfluence Promise Phelon, award-winning poet Dominique Christina, former triathlete and founder of Skirt Sports Nicole DeBoom and Iranian author and speaker Sahar Paz.
Thursday, May 28,2015

Theater | Week of May 28, 2015

The Flies by Jean-Paul Sartre.
Thursday, May 21,2015

Theater | Week of May 21, 2015

The Flies by Jean-Paul Satre.
Thursday, May 21,2015


If Boulder’s feeling too cramped and you’re craving a sense of adventure, The Dairy has got you covered. Be whisked off to the northwest with A Boulder Night in Alaska. Check out a multimedia presentation by the Extreme Ice Survey director and photographer James Balog Larson, who will recount the Last North expedition.
Thursday, May 21,2015


Nowadays, viral videos are a commonplace occurrence. But to break through all the white noise of laughing babies and kooky cats, you have to do something that really stands out. And Walk off the Earth pulled it off. The five-person band covered Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used to Know” all playing the same guitar.
Thursday, May 14,2015

Theater | Week of May 14, 2015

Murder on the Nile..
Thursday, May 7,2015

Theater | Week of May 7, 2015

Theater Company of Lafayette, 300 E. Simpson St., Lafayette, 720- 209-2154. Through May 23..
Thursday, May 7,2015

A portrait of the artist as a young transplant

‘The Norwegians’ presents fresh spin on stereotypical jokes

By Gary Zeidner
More than a lot of other locales, Boulder is peopled by transplants. Almost everyone you meet is from somewhere else. In all my years living in our fair city, I’d estimate only a miniscule percentage of the people I’ve known were actually from here. Maybe it’s a byproduct of our proximity to Denver, the old Crossroads of the West, or maybe it’s just the increased transience offered by a well-developed highway system and inexpensive (well, relatively inexpensive) air travel, but finding a native Boulderite is on par with striking a vein of Unobtanium.