Music News

Bohemian Foundations seeks grant applicants

Bohemian Foundation announced in early April that applications are now being accepted for the Spring 2018 Muse grant round. Muse is a responsive, competitive grant program offered by Bohemian Foundation’s Music Programs. Muse, established in 2017, provides support to organizations that have music as their primary focus, or that have a music-centered program. Through Muse, Bohemian Foundation makes awards of up to $20,000 to eligible 501(c)(3) organizations serving Larimer and […]

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Counting Down to MISSION EARTH: Artistic Director and Composer Bruce Adolphe

Picture from The Guardian Continuing on with our countdown towards the June 25th kickoff of Off the Hook Arts’s SummerFest: MISSION EARTH, this week we sit down with OtHA Artistic Director and renowned composer Bruce Adolphe. One of Mr. Adolphe’s many contributions to this years festival includes his composition, I saw how fragile and infinitely precious the world is. This twenty minute exploration of its titling quote by the late […]

Food

Panhandler’s Pizza makes a triumphant return

Panhandlers Pizza reopened for business in late March, after a hiatus of nearly six months. Hundreds of pizza fans anxiously awaited their chance for a famous deep-dish slice, with lines stretching out the door. The new owner, former employee Louann DeCoursey, did everything possible to capture the magic and nostalgia of the old Panhandlers located on Elizabeth at Campus West. Now located at 2721 South College, there’s a taste of […]

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Local Brewery Raises $9,909 During Annual Great Plates of Downtown Fort Collins

Submitted by Kerrie Luginbill CooperSmith’s Pub & Brewery is proud to announce they raised a total of $9,909 during the Annual Great Plates of Downtown Fort Collins benefiting The Food Bank For Larimer County. From March 1st – 14th, the restaurant community in downtown Fort Collins joined together to offer $25 dinner specials in support of the Food Bank For Larimer County. Every $1 donated provides $5 in food. For […]

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KCSU Inspiration

Rock n’ Roll is not dead thanks to DJ Emz! Otherwise known as Emily Mashak, a student and music enthusiast who has been keeping the heart of classic rock alive with her radio show Through the Decades at KCSU. Although she manages to play all of the classic rock hits from the 60s through 90s, it is her mission to make sure that “no show sounds the same.” Every week […]

Local Culture, Arts & Community

1950’s Dreams Coming True

Calling all “Old Souls!” If the feeling of being born in wrong era is relatable, you’re in luck! Saturday, April 14th, from 6pm to 10 pm Fort Collins is hosting a Pin-Up Prom at The Whisk(e)y at 214 S. College Avenue to celebrate the 1950’s! This event was created by Dawn Duncan, founder of Yellowbright Inc., a public relation agency that markets for non-profits and small businesses. Through the marketing of Yellowbright, the idea […]

The Great Salmon Famine playing at Odell Brewing.
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The Great Salmon Famine Play for a Good Cause at Odell Brewing

Fort Collins band The Great Salmon Famine performed Tuesday night to help Colorado State University Environmental Learning Center’s (ELC) at Odell Brewing for their annual fundraiser Nature Flows from the Tap. For those that are unfamiliar with the ELC, its aim is to bring people into nature for a bonding and educational experiences. Odell Brewing was packed with college students and the venue was a perfect fit for the terrific atmosphere produced by the lively Great […]

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Counting down to SummerFest 2018: MISSION EARTH.

Have you found yourself staring through your laptop screen, just having read some jarring news feed discussing a shifting climate? Have you felt inspired by what you’ve read, but felt unsure about where to start making a difference? If you are looking for that push out of the house, the knowledge of where the world needs help, how to do it, and why, join New SCENE Magazine in our weekly […]

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A Community in Music: Flobots And Antibalas @ Washington’s

Photos by Dan Peacock Thursday night, March 29th. On the ebb of an uprising in nation wide protests and civil activity, the Flobots and Antibalas (Spanish for anti-bullets) carry the surge at a renovated Washington’s. The venue continues to sport its patented stain glass window depicting Washington himself, who hangs proudly over Laporte Ave. The energy was awesome, with hands that wouldn’t go down, swaying bodies everywhere, and endless waves […]

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NOCO Top 5 best lunch spots

Scene Readers! Thank you for your votes for top 5 best lunch spots in Northern Colorado. Sometimes a great lunch is all you need to improve your day. Congratulations to the top 5 winners! 1. Sala Thai, Windsor Endearingly called MOO and VAN, Sala Thai’s owners do their very best to present the best authentic Thai dishes that they can. Their menu includes everything vegan, gluten free and other special […]