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Tuesday, October 25,2011

Fear and Laughing

Primitive Fear and 13th St Manor pack a one-two punch of haunted goodness

By Francie Swidler
Both Primitive Fear and 13th St. Manor are an absolute do not miss this Halloween season -- unless of course, you hate visiting dead, dysfunctional families, or the idea that you might actually wet your pants with fear.
Friday, October 21,2011

Gears of War 3 ends trilogy with great story, action

By Quibian Salazar-Moreno
It’s been about three years since Gears of War 2 was released, a great and hugely popular game with a multiplayer that struggled at first but became addictive that fans continued to play years after the game came out. Now with Gears of War 3, the trilogy comes to an end, but the gaming continues on.
Wednesday, October 19,2011

Review: (Watch your) Step right up to the Circus of Fear 3D

By Francie Swidler
I was so excited to explore my first Colorado Haunted House that I accidentally got in line without collecting the 3D glasses I’d need to correctly experience the Circus of Fear. When finally suited up with the proper gear to enter, I was greeted by a colorful woman in a top hat, suspenders, tuxedo jacket and lipstick. I imagined her to be the Lady Ringmaster.
Thursday, October 13,2011

Bringing stencils to the studio

Amanda Marie’s work is like formal street art

By Krystal Baugher
She is not Banksy, but she is still badass. Amanda Marie Ploegsma’s first museum show — Purity & Credence — is on now at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (BMoCA) and there is no sign of her badass-ness slowing down.
Thursday, September 29,2011

Historical hippies

1960s get museum, dance floor treatment

By Steve Weishampel
Turbulent is one of those words people use to simplify immensely complex situations into something easily understood. That’s the case for 1968, an undoubtedly turbulent year in America’s history.
Tuesday, September 27,2011

A new kind of therapy … involving a pole

By Blair Madole
An array of brightly colored stilettos are arranged on the floor, there are booty shorts hanging on a rack with a sign reading “For Sale,” feather boas are strung over a shuttered changing screen in the corner, mirrors cover the walls, and eight shiny metal poles reach from floor to ceiling on one side of the large room.
Thursday, September 22,2011

Is the Internet making us dumber?

CU professor ponders whether the digital age means the end of intellectualism

By Cory O'Brien
Never has the rift between humanity and technology been so apparent as now, in the midst of the digital revolution, when technology is evolving at a more rapid pace than in any other time in history. It is also the only time where we will be faced with a rift between Digital Natives, who came of age in the digital era, and Digital Immigrants, who remember a time when cell phones, iPads, GPS and Facebook were not a way of life.
Friday, September 9,2011

Making sense of Boulder fashion

By Steve Weishampel
Boulder tends to attract superlatives. It’s been named the foodiest town in America by Bon Appetit. It’s routinely among the fittest, the smartest, most likely to succeed, best smile, greatest ever. But nobody’s ever complimented the City of Brown Woolen Sweaters on its style. See what residents had to say on the night a fashion show took over Pearl Street Mall.
Friday, August 12,2011

Boulder resident Robert Venosa, foremost master of visionary art, dies

By Marisa Aragón Ware
Boulder resident Robert Venosa, whose famous works of visionary art paintings inspired countless artists, died on Tuesday, Aug. 9. He was 75.
Thursday, August 4,2011

Art that moves you

Jen Lewin’s ‘Light Harp’ requires participation

By Krystal Baugher
Our current society is obsessed with the visual — especially our entertainment — from film to print to contemporary art. We absorb so many images daily that we have prioritized one sense and left many of the others behind. But what about our other senses? Because it’s our era’s popular choice, most artists still seem to use sight as the main avenue to relay their messages to an audience. But not Boulder artist Jen Lewin. She wants to move you.
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