This weekend in Northern Colorado
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Are you ready for the weekend?

There is absolutely no shortage of things to do in Northern Colorado this weekend. Here is a roundup of our favorite events:     June 13 – 16 Thu, Jun 13 Tuesday/Thursday Group Ride (TTH) 1833 East Harmony Road Thu, Jun 13 Grain to Glass Tour New Belgium Brewing Company Thu, Jun 13 Erika Osborne at Museum of Art | Fort Collins with Ron Kroutel Museum of Art Fort Collins Free […]


This Weekend in Fort Collins: 7/27-7/29

It’s hard to believe the end of July is upon us. This weekend in Fort Collins, we send it off with a bang. The Fort Collins Fringe Festival is taking over the town, a live performance-art festival featuring over 90 performers from all walks of life. Everything from puppetry, to singing, to slap-stick comedy. The town will also play host to a BBQ competition, a Wizard of Oz sing-a-long, and […]


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 […]

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The Lyric Reborn!

Calling all cinemagoers – The Lyric’s grand opening is finally here! At 6 p.m. on October 26, staff and friends of The Lyric will parade through Old Town Square with a marching band to the front doors of their new building for a night of high energy and fresh beginnings. Upon arrival, expect live bands in Area 52, a DJ spinning tunes in Space, and live video art in The […]

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Halloween Ball With The Gasoline Lollipops and Whippoorwill

Coming off their amazing set at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre for Film on the Rocks last month as well as shows at the new on-campus CSU stadium and Fortoberfest, the Gasoline Lollipops are primed and ready to explode on the Aggie stage for their first headlining gig at 9 p.m. on Friday, October 27. Their Halloween Ball will also feature local favorites, Whippoorwill, and tickets are $13 in advance, […]

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Blind Pig Thursday Nights Live!

In photo: Taylor Scott Band and Shaped Music have joined forces to form B.E.A.T. (Best Entertainment Around Town) Productions. Their collaborative efforts bring a series of free live concerts every week, billed as Thursday Nights Live! at the Blind Pig. These concerts are made possible by a sponsorship from Organic Alternatives that brings a brand new PA system, installed in September, exclusively for these events. All performances are filmed […]


Stadium Sessions Brings a New Sound to Game Days

This week marked the start of another school semester for students. With classes underway, football games are following close behind, with a recent addition. CSU has revealed a new series of live performances by beloved Colorado bands happening Friday evenings, as well as prior to kickoff on Saturdays called Stadium Sessions. CSU, The Music District, and the Bohemian Foundation’s live music booking team have partnered to bring over 30 bands this […]

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Live Music at Lost Prairie Winery

Ever wonder what happened to Blue Skies Winery, the local custom winery in Fort Collins known for serving up knowledge with your glass of wine? That fine example of local talent is still around at 251 Jefferson St. in Fort Collins, though their name was changed to Lost Prairie Winery in 2016. Lost Prairie Winery continues to craft small batches of wine onsite, and always has something new and fun […]



By: Dawn Duncan Photo by: Talia Lezama It’s late morning and I am meeting two of the four members of Denver-based alternative rock act One Flew West at The Curtis Hotel’s Corner Office lounge/café. In preparation for my meeting, I have gathered some thoughts and notes about this act that I first saw at 2016’s UMS (Underground Music Showcase) festival on South Broadway last July. There, I saw One Flew […]



BY: CARIE GUESWEL  In 2013, the High Park fire, the second most destructive fire in Colorado’s history, raged throughout Northern Colorado, burning over 100,000 acres, devouring upwards of 259 homes and costing Coloradoans millions in its wake. Many brave firefighters fought fearlessly to protect the homes and lives of others, while suffering the loss of their own properties and those of their loved ones. Some of the contributing firefighters belonged to the Rist Canyon Volunteer Fire Department or RCVFD, a non tax-funded department that relies solely on the donations of others in order to […]