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Thursday, January 16,2014

Country style granola

As a country singer, Boulder’s Kristina Murray stands out

By David Accomazzo
Late last year she released her first album of 11 original songs, Unravelin’, and she has been gigging locally to support it ever since. She got a slew of good press right after the release, and she is looking forward to taking her musical career to the next level.
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Thursday, January 16,2014

Dreamers' struggle

‘Do You Know Who I Am’ examines life as an undocumented immigrant

By David Accomazzo
The stars of the play are all undocumented immigrants who came over at a young age. During the play, they all tell their stories of overcoming obstacles on their paths to becoming contributing members of society.
Thursday, January 2,2014

Almost a film

'Almost in Love' is a long cinema experiment

By David Accomazzo
Director Sam Neave tells the tale of a doomed love triangle through two 40-minute-long shots, the first at a barbecue hosted by Sasha (Alex Karpovsky) and the second at his wedding party.
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Thursday, January 2,2014

The perils of opening for Jeff Tweedy in Kansas City

Denver comedian Andrew Orvedahl takes on a heckler in Chiefs territory

By David Accomazzo
How do you handle a heckler? This isn’t even a comedy show. It’s not like you’re headlining Comedy Works in Denver; the rules are different here.
Monday, December 16,2013

Are pro-fracking online comments coming from paid shills?

IP address search returns interesting results

By David Accomazzo
Here at Boulder Weekly, we welcome robust discussion of our stories. We hope that whenever we tackle an issue in an article, those with opinions from all sides of the political spectrum can
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Thursday, December 12,2013

How Tig Notaro made cancer her comedy muse

When life beat Tig Notaro down, she responded with a joke

By David Accomazzo
Just days before a performance at Largo in Los Angeles, Notaro received word that she had cancer in both breasts.Her normal set — quirky jokes, such as what a bee thinks about when it’s in a car going down the highway — just didn’t seem doable to her. So she chucked it, went on stage and bared it all. And her career exploded.
Thursday, December 5,2013

Planet Bluegrass: Crisis to opportunity

By David Accomazzo
Music lovers and musicians have enjoyed Planet Bluegrass’ scenic environment for years; however, the gorgeous vista created by the river and the cliff turned nasty during the flood.
Thursday, December 5,2013

The aftermath: How the September floods will affect Lyons residents

For some Lyons residents, there won't be any homes to return to, which might permanently change the town's culture

By David Accomazzo
The rebuilding process is underway, but it looks to be a long, expensive and possibly painful one. At stake is the economic diversity and affordability of Lyons, and with it, its Bohemian character that has lent the town so much charm (and arguably its desirability) over the years.
Wednesday, November 27,2013

Boulder Tattoo Project finishes up first phase

By David Accomazzo
At Claw and Talon Tattoo in Boulder, Boulder County resident Joel sits in the waiting room, flanked by colorful posters as the pounding riffs of stoner-metal legends Kyuss fill the room.
Thursday, November 14,2013

Unclassifiable

Drummer Dafnis Pietro is a man of many genres

By David Accomazzo
Dafnis Pietro was born in Santa Clara, Cuba, in 1974, and he didn’t take long to become immersed in the rich Afrocuban musical tradition of his homeland.
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