The founder of the non-profit suicide prevention organization To Write Love on Her Arms (TWLOHA), Jamie Tworkowski, will be visiting CSU’s Lory Student Center on Friday, May 20 from 3-5pm. TWLOHA strives to prevent suicide and present hope to those struggling with depression, addiction and self-injury problems. The movement went “viral” on the Internet in 2006, and nowadays it speaks to an audience of millions. TWLOHA has responded to over 160,000 online messages from those seeking help, and has invested over $850,000 directly into treatment and recovery. Find out more at twloha.com.
Yum Yum’s/Ma’s Juice Bar at 1300 West Elizabeth in Fort Collins has stellar comedy every Wednesday night. If you think you’re funny, you could possibly win the $100 cash prize given away each month. Hosted by Jsin Novak of Spice-Up Your-Party, this is Colorado’s first comedy open mic with a cash giveaway. Each week, three finalists (the three funniest) get moved to the final round which takes place at the […]
The 2015 New Visions Dance Festival will be presented on February 7 at 7:00 p.m. in the Lincoln Center Magnolia Theatre in Fort Collins. The performance will feature dance works by Northern Colorado student and professional choreographers. High Performance Dance Theatre, a Northern Colorado non-profit dance organization providing opportunities for independent dance artists, produces the New Visions Dance Festival. Choreographers, ages 12 and up, working in all dance forms are […]
Rusted Root, Blues Traveler, Spin Doctors & The Samples A blast of long-lasting, relevant music lights up the stage at Red Rocks this Fourth of July with the one-of-a-kind Rusted Root, Spin Doctors and the Samples opening for headliners Blues Traveler. Rusted Root have collaborated with one another for what is approaching three decades and they have honed the perfect combination of musical intuition, freedom, and virtuosity. It has been […]