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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 […]

Jessie Skirball laughing as she looks back at her last picture on her camera.
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A Photography Date in Red Feather with a Pitstop at Pickle Barrel

This date is pretty simple. Grab your cameras, and go somewhere pretty. Joining me on this date was the talented Jessie Skirball. The location for the date was Red Feather Lakes, which is about an hour north from Fort Collins. The cameras we used were a combination of our Cannon DSLRs and iPhones to prove that this is a date for anyone, no matter the quality of camera. Before we […]

Whitewater Ramble performing.
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A Funky Night at the Aggie Feat. Whitewater Ramble and Others

Whitewater Ramble featuring Jessica Jones headlined the Aggie Theatre on Friday night. The Colorado group performed a set covering Led Zeppelin with superb style. Their cover of “Stairway to Heaven” was outstanding with Jones’ vocals ringing beautifully throughout the Aggie. The stage was set for Whitewater Ramble’s brilliant performance by the massively entertaining local group: The Great Salmon Famine. The Fort Collins band’s humor and unique grooviness drew smiles across […]

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Joe Jencks: Classic Folk for Contemporary Times

Accomplished Folk musician and boisterous baritone Joe Jencks visited Fort Collins on a cozy Sunday night, tucked in the corner-stage of a packed Avogadro’s Number. With his mandolin, teardrop shaped bouzouki guitar , and acoustic guitar, Joe opened the night with a theme all too relatable to anyone who’s spent much time near Mason or Riverside street. “Song of the Rails” tells of the woes of a laborer whose talents […]

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Yoga With a Mission

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 OmKai Yoga, started animal yoga classes 4 years ago in places of community gathering such as Downtown Artery and City Park. Community has always been central in Kaitlin’s passions, as well as her connection with nature and animals. She decided to […]

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Miguel was a Jedi-Master at the Ogden Theatre

A Jedi-Master has emerged to bring new hope to Rhythm and Blues (R&B). He goes by the name of Miguel, and he is a Skywalker. Miguel meets all of the requirements of an R&B Jedi-Master with his works from his new album “War and Leisure.” Miguel performs Jedi mind-tricks with his seductive lyrics that make women lose their tops. Instead of a lightsaber, he wields a mic-stand at the mercy […]

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Local Fort Collins Artist J. Novak

J. Novak, has been making art his whole life, from drawings as a kid, photography in high school, to graphic design when he attended Colorado State University. Though his art has changed throughout the years, Novak’s recent projects have taken him back to basics, pen and paper. He said going back to this medium helped him to embrace the handmade feeling of art again. Novak’s art career started when he […]

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Adam Baerd’s 100 Riffs, Places, and Days

Adam Baerd, the current guitarist in the band Alpine Falcons embarked on a musical journey starting in November, 2017. While playing with his current band, Baerd started on a new project; one new riff, everyday, in a new place. He started in his house on November 2nd, 2017 against a wall in his house producing the first of 100 original riffs. “I wanted to find a way to start getting […]

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Eden Releases Premiere Album “Vertigo”

Eden aka Jonathan Ng has been known in the music scene since 2015 starting with a small following and releasing his early music online with “End Credits” . His first EP “i think you think too much of me” featuring songs like “sex” and “drugs” were highly praised and earned Eden an even bigger following within the alternative community. With his following, Eden released “Vertigo” in January 19th of 2018, […]

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Pop Punk Band Waterparks Release “Entertainment”

Waterparks made their debut in 2012 with “Airplane Conversations” working their way into the ever growing pop punk scene. They returned in 2016 with “Double Dare”, their first full length album which landed them on the covers of AP Press and Rocksound. In 2018, they released their highly anticipated sophomore album “Entertainment”, produced by Benji Madden and Courtney Ballard who work with All Time Low and 5 Seconds of Summer. […]