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Thursday, May 5,2011

Robert Venosa, the shaman

Boulder’s resident visionary artist sees art as the conduit to the universe

By Marisa Aragón Ware
Venosa began his career as a commercial artist, designing album covers for Columbia Records as an art director in the 1960s. During this time, he discovered the work of fantastic realist painters Mati Klarwein and Ernst Fuchs.
Thursday, March 24,2011

'Dead Space 2' is one of the scariest games ever made

By Quibian Salazar-Moreno
While you're trying to survive and escape, you're also trying to find the source of the spread of the virus and end it once and for all, at the same time getting creepy flashbacks of your girlfriend, who died in the first game.
Thursday, March 24,2011

'Killzone 3' pushes the Playstation 3 to the max

By Quibian Salazar-Moreno
The game just continues the war between the humans, known as the ISA (Interplanetary Strategic Alliance), and the Helghast, who are essentially space Nazis intent on destroying the ISA and taking over the universe... of course. The story isn't very interesting and is very cliche. But...
Thursday, March 17,2011

Finding beauty in everything

Andy Warhol’s keen portraits and prints offer insight into his artistic process

By Marisa Aragón Ware
With his portrayal of mass-produced products, mundane objects and celebrities from American popular culture, Warhol achieved massive success as a painter, sculptor and prolific filmmaker.
Friday, March 11,2011

Photos: Frozen Dead Guy Days

The folks in Nederland, Colorado celebrated their 10th Frozen Dead Guy Days Festival from March 4-6. Check out some images from the events.
Monday, March 7,2011

Snowballing success

Snow Ball Festival in Vail an icy delight

By Jules Kueffer
Boulder Weekly's Jules Kueffer was at the Snow Ball Festival this weekend. Check out the slideshow.
Thursday, February 24,2011

Repurposing meanings

New BMoCA exhibits redefine trash to make art

By Marisa Aragón Ware
Imagine what flesh would look like if it were made from thin layers of wood, or how a wave in a choppy sea would appear if it were frozen into overarching planks. Picture an animate sense of movement emerging from this wooden mass and visualize shifting colors undulating across it.
Monday, January 24,2011

Post-apocalyptic life is a blast in Fallout: New Vegas

By Quibian Salazar-Moreno
Back in 2008, the folks at Bethesda Games released a classic game in Fallout 3. Stranded in the wasteland of a post-apocalyptic America, the player is on a journey to find his father while having to deal with vigilantes and radiation-infected creatures trying to kill him. In Fallout: New Vegas, we return to the same world several years later but with a different story and different cities.
Thursday, January 20,2011

Finding the fun in painting

Sam Jablon’s featureless faces come from a happy place

By Adam Perry
"Brooklyn is a whole different world," Jablon said in a phone conversation from Binghamton just after Christmas. "When I started out at Naropa it was really warm and welcoming and it was easy to set up a life and make friends and meet people. Brooklyn is hard and cold and there's 100,000 people trying to do the exact same thing that you're doing."
Friday, January 14,2011

Boulder Weekly astrologer Rob Brezsny: 'Your sign isn't changing'

Don't worry, you're not an Ophiuchus

By Rob Brezsny
In light of the recent news reports that the sun was now passing through 13 constellations instead of 12, therefore shifting the entire zodiac and the astrological signs of many, we here at Boulder Weekly reached out to our resident astrologer, Rob Brezsny, and asked his opinion.