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Monday, April 11,2011

Review: Arcade Fire at 1stBank Center

By Adam Perry
Blowing the roof off such places suits the Montreal-based collective Arcade Fire perfectly, especially as angst grows among the section of this country that wonders if “something pure can last” when reading headlines like last week’s, which included news that the House of Representatives had voted to strip the Environmental Protection Agency of the power to prevent businesses from polluting our air, earth or water.
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Thursday, March 10,2011

Hello, Bali!

Naropa student collaborates with young Balinese artists on book

By Adam Perry
Flying to Bali this past September for a semester of for-credit study abroad, 24-year-old Naropa University student Jacqueline Tardie had no idea what to expect. A senior with dual majors in art and religion, Tardie didn't know the Bahasa Indonesia language or what shed be working on for her final required independent-study project.
Friday, February 18,2011

Full transcript of interview with Rep. Jared Polis

By Adam Perry
Read the full transcript of Boulder Weekly's interview with Rep. Jared Polis, in which the congressman wonders what would happen if someone drove a bus spray-painted with rainbow colors through the deep South.
Thursday, February 17,2011

Avant garde pop

Experimental punk rockers Deerhoof pursue yet another direction

By Adam Perry
'Greg is speaking for me while I am taking a break from singing between songs,' she says. 'Why not drummer speaks? Greg actually doesn't like to talk on stage but we encourage him.
Thursday, February 17,2011

An interview with the interviewer

BIFF's Ron Bostwick on what it takes to interview Chevy Chase

By Adam Perry
Ron Bostwick, the Boulder International Film Festival's executive producer of special events, grew up in Maryland and then lived in Boston, where he went to college, for about 20 years. But he's been living in Boulder for about a dozen years now and can't imagine living anywhere else.
Thursday, February 17,2011

Movie Madness

Boulder International film festival brings celebs, clout to Boulder

By Adam Perry
It seems nerve-wracking. Showing more than 50 films over four days at numerous venues in one small city. Hosting world-class celebrities including Oliver Stone and James Franco. Organizing a mostly volunteer staff of almost 300 people.
Thursday, February 17,2011

Babes, booze and Buddhism

Film explores the atypical lifestyle of Naropa founder

By Adam Perry
Demetrakas, who teaches at the University of Southern California in addition to directing both dramatic and documentary films, met Trungpa in 1971 and kept in touch until his death in 1987.
Thursday, February 3,2011

From the hills (kind of)

Mountain Manīs harmonies cascade into town

By Adam Perry
Mountain Man - Molly Erin Sarle, Alexandra Sauser-Monnig and Amelia Randall Meath - met in 2009 at Bennington College and initially exploded online via a couple of inviting tracks posted on Myspace.
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Thursday, January 27,2011

Punk rock and poetry

Patti Smith horses around NYC in memoir

By Adam Perry
Soon Mapplethorpe and Smith were inhabiting Room 1017, the smallest in a now-legendary building that then featured residents including Harry Smith, William Burroughs and Johnny Winter, not to mention constant visits by big-time pop stars such as Janis Joplin and Leonard Cohen.
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."
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