Biodiesel for Bands (BFB) is throwing their launch party at Hodi’s on December 7th. Get ready to party with some of the best bands in Fort Collins like Post Paradise, Mosey West, The Mason Howlers and Wasabi, in support of helping bands become more environmentally friendly. Their mission is to help bands tour more efficiently and reduce their carbon footprint. The show starts at 8 p.m. and there is a suggested $5 – $10 donation. Also, check out BFB’s Facebook page to become a community member and have the opportunity to join in on the VIP wine tasting (at 7 p.m.) of Banshee wines, featuring a 2010 Mordecai Red and a 2011 Mordecai White!
The Center for Fine Art Photography will be accepting submissions for a new “Black and White Photography” exhibit. All black and white photography is welcome: This includes alternative, traditional, digital and toned black and white images. All subjects are eligible as well. Over $1,700 in cash and awards will be given out. The exhibition is open to all photographers, regardless of experience. Early submissions are due by March 21. Entry […]
Deadwood Saints: I once wrote in an album review for The Deadwood Saints that “it feels like coming home,” and I stand by that statement completely. There are a lot of folk/bluegrass/Americana bands in Colorado, but The Deadwood Saints set themselves apart with an amazing sound that can only be described as “beard-folk.” Their music wraps you up in its arms and never lets you go. They recently released their […]
Fort Collins Craft Beer Cellar is opening this month at 122 S. Mason Street. Owners Chris Lazzery and Justin Wright would like for everyone to know that CBC “is not just another liquor store. We want people to come in and be our best friend, ask us questions, and we’ll provide education about history, flavors, and food pairings.” Amazing beer and hospitality are on tap at CBC where all employees […]