April 2018

Meet The Jazz Master

By Rachael E. Worthington Few jazz artists can lay claim to having performed with Sting, The Grateful Dead, Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock and Dizzy Gillespie. Far fewer have helped to develop a community for displaced [...]

City Girl Goes Outdoors: If you’re new to Colorado and you’ve never been to RMNP

I’m usually not big on hikes, trips to the middle of literally nowhere, and places where there aren’t malls within a reasonable driving distance away. However, since moving to Northern Colorado a little over three [...]

Stelth Ulvang

What leads a person to success? Is it passion? Talent? Hard work? Is it just being in the right place at the time? Stelth Ulvang, a pianist for the indie folk-rock band The Lumineers, solo [...]

What You Don’t Know About Cabaret

When people think of Cabaret, their first mental image is of Liza Minnelli sporting her iconic black pixie cut, tipping her bowler hat to the audience. But the history of this Broadway musical is far [...]

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. [...]

Animal Yoga with a Mission

By: Kelly Suda, The New Scene Kaitlin Mueller and her pop-up yoga events in Northern Colorado have localized animal yoga, a new craze sweeping over the nation. Kaitlin who is recognized as the creator of [...]

Malt Is The New Hops, And It’s Made in Fort Collins

Justin Crossley The craft beer craze in America has arguably been driven by hops. While other countries focused on hops for more restrained purposes, such as adding balance and mild spicy or flowery flavors and [...]

City Buzz: Building a Community of Painters at Pinot’s Palette Fort Collins

Bold green, blue, and orange canvases dot the brightly lit Pinot’s Palette Studio. Voices remark on brush strokes, color choice, and fur type. Glasses of craft beer and red wine clink on the long tables. [...]

Joe Jencks: Classic Folk for Contemporary Times

By: Dan Peacock, New SCENE Accomplished Folk musician and boisterous baritone Joe Jencks recently visited Fort Collins on a cozy Sunday night, tucked in the corner-stage of a packed Avogadro’s Number. With his mandolin, teardrop [...]

Fort Collins celebrates mother Earth all month

Love your mother – mother Earth, that is. Every year we celebrate Earth Day on April 22nd and this year the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery (FCMoD) invites you to explore Earth all month! Experience [...]

A Night With the Bros at Jim’s Wings

Everyone knows how the saying goes, so it is important to remember to have a night dedicated to the bros every so often. A perfect place for a night away with the guys is Jim’s [...]

FOCO MX Performance Listing

The New Scene Magazine is happy to be a Media Sponsor of the 10th annual FOCO MX X on Friday, April 27 – Saturday, April 28. With more than 300 bands this year, there is [...]

Lagoon Summer Concert Series Announces 2018 Lineup

The Lagoon Summer Concert Series is a community tradition enjoyed by Northern Colorado music lovers of all ages. The free concert series kicks off the 2018 season on the west lawn of Colorado State University’s [...]

Getting Familiar With Your Local Strains

By: Ben Peddie, The New Scene Before one decides to consume cannabis, its beneficial he/she knows what they may be getting into. There are hundreds of different strains that, to the casual consumer, might all [...]

April Publisher update

Blaine Howerton New SCENE magazine Spring flowers are popping up and so are local events! It’s hard to believe spring is here. This month, New SCENE magazine has been busy working with many of Northern Colorado’s [...]

More Than Music at KCSU

KCSU is known for its delivery of new music and support for local artists. This college radio station also ensures to support students in sports broadcasting. The KCSU Sports Department is a ever-growing part of [...]

FocoMX the New SCENE’s top picks

By Cynthia Wilson the New SCENE The Fort Collins Music Experiment is a two-day festival in Fort Collins with a diverse, inclusive lineup mixing local favorites, youth, and newcomers. As they are celebrating the tenth [...]

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 [...]