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BOHEMIAN FOUNDATION AWARDS $540K TO LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS

The Bohemian Foundation announced that it awarded $540,000 to 37 local organizations through the Pharos Fund.  Pharos Fund was established in 2001 and grants twice every year and is a responsive grantmaking program of Bohemian Foundation that makes awards up to $30,000 to eligible 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations and governmental units. A committee consisted of Bohemian Foundation board members and community reviewers select grantees through a competitive application process.   “Bohemian […]

Anna at Play at Bohemian Nights 2017
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Anna Morsett of The Still Tide

Anna Morsett of The Still Tide is a multi-facet musician influenced by 90s Seattle bands. Anna returns to New Belgium Brewing for their Candlelight Concert Series on Saturday, December 8, 2018, at 7 PM–10 PM. Last spring she played a solo show at New Belgium with Charlie Cunningham, “it was so special and such relief from playing a typical bar or venue. The crowd was so attentive and kind – […]

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King Cardinal Christmas Holiday Spectacular

Classic American Christmas movies with dad. That’s what to expect to feel at the King Cardinal Christmas Holiday Spectacular show at The Downtown Artery on Dec. 8. Frontman Brennan Mackey’s enthusiasm for the season motivates the band’s holidays. His holiday joy is contagious, and he invites everyone to join in the celebration. Brennan’s bandmates describe him as a “full-time quintessential American road-tripping Dad.” The release of Christmas List follows the tradition of the […]

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Full Metal Burqa, A New Release and a Call for Change

Jerry Joseph and the Jackmormons’ present a final tour before taking a hiatus of an unspecified amount of time. Jerry has released over 30 albums in his 3-decade career. His songwriting is raw,  both joyfully pissed off and achingly bittersweet. Jerry’s live show is ‘blistering take-no-prisoners.’ Jerry Joseph and the Jackmormons’ play Hodi’s Half Note Sun, December 2, 2018, at 8:00 PM.   Beyond the songwriting, Jerry travels to war-torn areas bringing supplies and teaching music. […]

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Ugly Sweaters, Dogs and brews to be the highlight of mental health non-profit fundraiser

Terri Lee Bolles has suffered with mental illness since she was a teenager. Until recently she didn’t fully understand the mental illness she had and how it was affecting her. Bolles suffers from OCD with Anxiety, Depression and ADHD. Regular medication and therapy help her now. Bolles has a true passion in helping others. She has started a non-profit aimed at bridging the gap for mental health support by helping others […]

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Weaving the Social Fabric of Elders through deTour

Hanna Doreen Brown’s full-time work is an independent musician playing music in nursing homes and senior centers all over the Front Range, mostly in Northern Colorado. She joined Courtney Hartman and Taylor Ashton on a deTour around Colorado. Courtney recently moved back to her hometown of Loveland. Formerly she made an album with her and her grandmother’s favorite songs. It was impactful to her as she processed how much she […]

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Kids Eat Free (and Almost Free in FoCo)

November 2018: We have updated our Kids Eat Free Listing. If you’ve got little ones at home, not a clue what you’re going to make for dinner, and your budget is tight, don’t look any further. Here’s a list of places kids can eat free (or for cheap) on any day of the week in Fort Collins. Seven days a week kids can eat free at IHOP with an adult […]

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Why should I support a college radio station?

As we at KCSU move into our fundraising season, this question has been on our minds constantly. When we think of why we value our station, a few things come to mind: the commercial-free music we play 24/7, the give-a-ways for concert and game tickets, the local artists that play live on our airways. While these are undeniably great features,they don’t fully showcase how we are unique. Taking a step […]

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Swingin’ Around the Christmas Tree with Big Bad Voodoo Daddy

For nearly 25 years, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy’s unique take on American swing and jazz music has thrilled audiences around the world. Now they’re taking their “Wild and Swingin’ Holiday Party” to the Fort Collins Lincoln Center November 24. Singer and band leader Scotty Morris says, “If you’re going to go to a holiday show with your family, this is the one! It really does offer something for everyone.” Drawing on […]

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Northern Colorado celebrates voting at first Rock the Vote concert

Shortly after the polls closed voters celebrated at the Downtown Artery on election day at a free concert with five bands. The evening was packed with performances from Emma Marie, the Catcalls, the Bardots, Fat Stallion and The Nightshades. “It was great to see so many musicians supporting the message to get out and vote and then following up with a celebration,” said Blaine Howerton, organizer and Publisher of the […]