CSU Fashion Show

Support Colorado State’s Department of Design and Merchandising and treat yourself to a night of fashion and fun. Confluence is the department’s senior capstone show this year and will be held at the Lincoln Center on April 3. Design students work all fall semester to get their garments ready in time for the spring fashion show. “This year is quite unique” Co-Director Kelly Allen said. Usually the show has a […]

Cache Bar

Cache Bar is Fort Collins’ newest bar and grille, taking the place of the Astoria in Old Town. This bar is staying true to Fort Collins culture by keeping it local. The new bar features food from local farms and dairies and emphasizes clean eating and of course great beer. Try their bacon wrapped onion rings or their chicken po- boy sandwich. Cache opened Friday, February 13, which is fitting […]

Brewery Yoga

Start your lazy Sunday off right with some yoga and beer? That’s right Fort Collins, beer and yoga. Each Sunday starting this April, Fort Collins Brewery will host Brewery Yoga from 10am to 11am. This is one of the most Fort Collins-esque events to ever take place besides Tour De Fat. Whenever there is beer and the great outdoors involved, Fort Collins residents can’t sign up quick enough. Exercise and […]

The Hobbit

CSU’s goes ‘There and Back Again’ with Patricia Gray’s stage adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit. Bring the whole family on a mystical adventure to Middle Earth where you will join in as a motley band of thirteen dwarves, a mysterious wizard, and one reluctant hobbit slays goblins in the Misty Mountains, ventures through the dark forests of Mirkwood, and sits atop of giant treasure with Smaug the dragon. Guest […]

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Hop on into Gulley’s Greenhouse and Garden Center at 6029 S Shields Street in Fort Collins on Saturday, April 4 from 10am to 3pm and celebrate Easter Gulley’s style. Get your picture taken with the Easter Bunny, or play games like Plinko, Jenga and Bunny Bean Bag Toss to win fun prizes! There will be baby bunnies to hold and pet, free face painting and filled eggs, as well as […]


Experience ChariTea at Happy Lucky’s Teahouse. Created to celebrate those in the community who are making the world a better place, Happy Lucky’s Teahouse hosts the ChariTeas – Free Tea happy hour every fourth Friday of the month (except for Nov.and Dec.) from 5-7pm. These events offer nonprofits a friendly atmosphere where they can reach out and educate people in the community about their services, feature their organizations and enjoy […]


Scene Staff FoCoMX Picks

Carie Gueswel It’s springtime again in the Rockies and FoCoMX is here to kick the season off with a downbeat! With so much amazing talent to choose from, how does one make a list and stick to it? It’s like being in a candy store with only 50 cents in your pocket and a gigantic sweet tooth to indulge. However, I cannot think of a better way to spend the […]

Luna Sol – Blood Moon

4 stars out of 5 Now hailing from the mountains just west of Denver, frontman David Angstrom leads Luna Sol through an ominous, mind-bending journey through his high-altitude highways on two wheels. The band’s debut album careens ever upward, slowing only for brief moments to explore bits of bluesy psychedelia before pushing onward again, exploding with dark, heavy guitar-infused rock. Angstrom is backed by a crew of Colorado locals (Pat […]

Michael Kirkpatrick – Honey Rider

4 stars out of 5 I reviewed his first full-length album last month and I was so excited when we got his new EP in. This new EP is more on the side of country pop rock rather than more folk sounding. Honey Rider is a fitting name for this EP because his voice is like honey.  The first song “I’m Your Man,” captures the small town mentality of Fort […]