Nathaniel Rateliff, Denver singer-songwriter extraordinaire, has had quite the year. He was recently signed to Rounder Records, a major independent label representing folk greats like Mary Chapin Carpenter and Robert Plant (who recently released a folk album, Band of Joy). He released his first album with Rounder, In Memory of Loss, to rave reviews. And now? Amazon.com recently featured Memory of Loss as one of the “Outstanding 2010 Albums You May Have Missed.” Our congratulations, Nathaniel!
Let’s go fly a kite up to the highest height! The 8th annual Kites in the Park Festival hosted by The City of Fort Collins Recreation Department will soar up through the atmosphere on Sun, May 17 from 10am-4pm at Spring Canyon Community Park, 2626 W. Horsetooth Rd. The festival is free and will host kite attractions from around the world, along with kite flying demonstrations, competitions, concessions, merchandise, a […]
Amazing espresso and even better desserts await you at Starry Night Espresso Café. Filled to the brim on most evenings, Starry Night is a locals’ favorite. And now we have more reason to celebrate! Every Thursday night throughout the summer, Starry Night will be putting on an event called Cupcakes & Cruisers, which will benefit the Fort Collins Bike Library. Meet in Library Park at 6pm on your bike (bring […]
Until May 18th, The University Center for the Arts, 1400 Remington St The CSU Art Museum has truly highlighted the cohesion of both utilitarian and aesthetic design. The museum explores the deeper connection between mass produced objects that are now revered for their timeless design and mechanical craftsmanship. The title of the exhibit alludes to the collision of both form and function which foreshadows how these elements have become one […]