Local Culture, Arts & Community

This Weekend in Fort Collins: 6/1 – 6/3

As May comes to an end, the Summer fun is just beginning to heat up. Keep an eye out for new events every weekend, Fort Collins always has something going on. Here’s the upcoming slate of events this weekend, 6/1-6/3. Friday, June 1st First Friday walk and free opera show at The Carnegie.  The Carnegie Center of Fort Collins is participating in the “First Friday Walk,” – an event in […]

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Memorial Day Weekend in Fort Collins

It’s officially Memorial Day weekend and the city of Fort Collins has something going on for everyone. While Memorial Day is often about spending time with those you love, we can’t lose sight of its true meaning – honoring those who have bravely sacrificed their lives to defend our great country. Whatever you do this weekend, try to keep our fallen soldiers in the back of your minds. Having said […]

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Venue Guide – Downtown Artery

Arguably the most unique venue in the Fort Collins area, Downtown Artery serves as a multipurpose hub for artists and other content creators. It’s not just a concert venue, but a café, a studio space, and an art gallery – to name a few other purposes. Though it can be used as a platform for many different activities, the overall idea of Downtown Artery is to provide a space for […]

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Oh Wonder Connects with the Fort Collins Community at Washington’s

In Oh Wonder’s first visit to Fort Collins they took to Washington’s stage for a night of laughs, inner reflection, and alt-pop as they performed their meaningful music brilliantly. The concert was encapsulated when Josephine Vander Gucht gave an insightful comment on the importance of being yourself before jumping back into song Another highlight of the night was when Vander Gucht and Anthony West shared their experience touring Old Town, […]

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Improving Sleep Through Plants and Herbs

In today’s “work hard, play hard” culture, it can be a struggle to get the proper amount of sleep each night. If you are like the 30% of Americans who suffer from sleep deprivation, I may have a solution for you. This Sunday, May 20th, the Golden Poppy Herbal Apothecary is holding an informational course on how to improve sleeping habits through the use of plants and herbs. Sign up […]


Lincoln Center Announces its 2018/2019 40th Anniversary Season Lineup

During a reception on Thursday the Lincoln Center unveiled their 40th Anniversary season lineup. The presentation was similar to something you would see at a tech conference, peppered with humor, serious times, trivia, and a very shiny presentation about the upcoming performances on the slate. Headlining the season on October 14 is Jay Leno, the legendary, everyman comedian that’s best known for dominating late-night TV from behind the desk of […]


The Larimer County Farmer’s Market is Back

By Ben Peddie The 43rd annual Larimer County Farmer’s Market has returned and you are encouraged to attend. The event will be open every Saturday from 8 a.m. to Noon, starting May 19th and ending October 27th. It’s located at 200 South Oak Street in beautiful Old Town, Fort Collins. Let the Summer festivities begin! This event has been a staple in northern Colorado for years, and gives the public […]


Counting Down to MISSION EARTH: FoCo Climate Change Initiative’s Lindsay Ex

We’ve met two Off the Hook Arts leaders responsible for this years uniquely relevant Summer festival. We’ve talked to a Colorado State University professor about the loudening social link between music and and the environment. This week, we will be zooming in on what businesses and government agencies in Fort Collins are doing to address climate change at a truly local level. OtHA recognizes that in order for its music […]


Foco Food Truck Rally kicks off the season

Great food, good music and beautiful warm weather were the highlights of the first Fort Collins Food Truck Rally of the season on Tuesday. Thousands of people lined the street at city park waiting in small lines to get a try at some the areas most popular food trucks. “It smells amazing. It is amazing,” said Laura Idlewood of Fort Collins. “I love coming to see the people and hear […]

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Music News

Pickin’ on the Poudre: Opens Mishawaka 2018 season

It is official; The Mishawaka is open for the 2018 season. Hometown band Head for the Hills opened the venue on May 12, 2018, with a Last Waltz feel, by bringing a host of friends on stage for a memborable performance. They played songs they wrote, and they covered songs they love. The rain fell all night long but did not stop concertgoers from enjoying this epic concert.     […]