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!
by Mikaela Antonelli The Downtown Artery has long been known for their contributions to the art community with their Old Town gallery and their constant support of local artists; this past July they staked their claim on the music scene as well. In early July, The Artery opened their music venue and café. “We want a space for artists to come together and collaborate and push the envelope on art,” […]
Audiences recognize Jim Breuer because they loved his characters on Saturday Night Live or his role in “Half Baked,” but that’s not why they keep coming back to see his standup. In an era of dark comedy, Jim Breuer delivers humor on the lighter side — focusing on those laughs in life that really resonate with everyone. Indeed, it’s rare to see a comedian try something as daring as clean […]
Calling all art lovers! A group of creatives coined The Rocky Mountain High Flyers Guild is working at the Creatorspace in Loveland building a 40+ ft. LED-lit, fire-topped, modular, climbable sculpture that has been granted Honorarium status at Burning Man 2017. It will not be burned, however, and is scheduled to be installed at some capacity at the ARISE Festival, Denver’s Maker Faire, along with Loveland’s 2018 Fire and Ice […]