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Son Little Brought His Blue Magic to Swallow Hill

Son Little “That swag, though,” a woman said in the silence at Swallow Hill’s Daniels Hall before Philadelphia-bred singer-songwriter Son Little–born Aaron Earl Livingston–began his set of soulful acoustic tunes on Sunday night. Blessed with a velvet voice and dressed in a snap-brim cap, tan jacket, purple shirt, auburn pants, and maroon leather Chuck Taylors, Little–who recently moved to Los Angeles–brought serious swag to one of Colorado’s most gentle venues. […]

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The Nature of Storms Whippoorwill

The Nature of Storms Whippoorwill   Sportsball nerds play fantasy football. As a music nerd, I play fantasy concerts. It’s not an organized league or anything. It’s just me daydreaming about concert lineups and bucket list shows I would love to see. One of my current top fantasy shows would be Whippoorwill opening for the Highwomen. The Fort Collins alternative folk-rock trio perfectly complements the Nashville supergroup that unites Amanda […]

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Top 5 Northern Colorado Holiday Things to Do

1. 2019 Festival of Trees Union Coloney Civic Center Fri, Nov 29 – Dec 7 5:00pm – 5:00pm WEBSITE   A holiday tradition of beautifully decorated trees, wreaths, and yuletide displays, presented by the City of Greeley Government and the Greeley Philharmonic Guild, begins the Friday after Thanksgiving and runs through December 7. The Union Colony Civic Center’s lobbies are transformed into a winter wonderland of holiday splendor created around beautifully decorated […]

The Passport Program has gone digital! Once a Passport has been purchased and approved, redeeming lift tickets is easy. To claim available lift tickets, your Passport holder will just need to provide their birthdate and their first and last name at a participating CSCUSA member ski area. No hard card needed! Because of the changes to the Passport Program, if you had a 5th or 6th Passport in previous years, you will need to create a new account this year. Click here to register
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What’s new in Colorado Ski Country this Winter?

It is winter and time to dust off your gear and play in the Colorado mountains. The resorts have been making some capital improvements and upgrades. There are new improvements for all riders from newbies to top shredders to make the experience even better if that is even possible. A-Basin New modern bathrooms in the main lodge. Aspen Snowmass Four Mountain Sports rental shop in the new W Hotel at the […]

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A second ‘Waltz’

By Steve Graham School’s out on Thanksgiving weekend, but you can still learn about both music history and the local music scene. On Friday, Nov. 29, Washington’s will host a second local edition of Last Waltz Again, with a showcase of northern Colorado talent playing tribute to the farewell concert by The Band. The original show was on Thanksgiving night in 1976, and it featured a stellar lineup of guest […]

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Feel the Wild: Book Signing

Meet photographer and author Daniel Fox at The Elizabeth Hotel on November 8 from 4 to 6 pm. Fox will sign his new book Feel the Wild, an intimate collection of short stories and photos, as told through Daniel’s heart focused lens.    “The book is a compilation of 10 years of expeditions. It’s not just the photo book. Every expedition that I do always has insight or a lesson […]

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ACT OUT, ACT IN POWER, ACT TOGETHER

Ryane Delka started practicing pilates about 12 years ago. At the time she lived in a fast-paced world, with a demanding job in sales, and maintained curved scoliosis that was debilitating. Sometimes Ryane could barely move her body; her top tier Doctors wanted to do spinal injections and pushed medications as solutions. The Doctors suggested something for pain, something for sleep, and something for almost every ailment, but Ryane rejected […]

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Sharing his “Lonely Worlds”

By Steve Graham It should have been the happiest time of Nick Duarte’s life. His personal life was happy, he had a good job at the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery, and his band, Post Paradise, was continuing its upward trajectory in the local music scene. “I’m the most creative I have ever been, everything is coming up Milhouse, everything is going great on paper, but why do I feel […]

Black Belt Eagle Scout. Photo provided by Black Belt Eagle Scout.
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Black Belt Eagle Scout

  Multimedia-instrumentalist Katherine Paul, aka ‘KP, performing under the moniker Black Belt Eagle Scout, released At the Party With My Brown Friends (CD, LP, TAPE) August 30, 2019, on Saddle Creek Records. The album examines her evolution in life and unearths the true meaning of friendship and support from her friend group to her. On November 8, Drop-Off Productions Presents Black Belt Eagle Scout + Hikes at Surfside 7, 8 PM […]

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Jim Marshall: A Rock ‘N’ Roll Suicide Whose Work Will Never Die

They don’t make ‘em like Jim Marshall (1936-2010) anymore. Not unlike Allen Ginsberg, Marshall – known mostly for his iconic photos of rock stars – was not just present. Still, at the center of numerous peaks of American culture, from the early ‘60s, San Francisco immortalized via Kerouac books and live Miles Davis albums to Bob Dylan’s babyfaced Greenwich Village days, the summer of love, Woodstock, Monterey Pop, the Beatles’ […]