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Local Literary Magazine Series: Stain’d

August 2nd, 2018

Denver’s literary scene is flourishing thanks to the passionate persistence of its communities.  This vibrant community enables a diverse number of voices and modes for expression.  One of them being Stain’d Literary and Arts Magazine, a venture that has grown considerably over the past three years with an active community of workshop participants, open mic readers and attendees; their magazines are now distributed and sold across the country! I got in touch with Delia, the co-founder of Stain’d, to get further insight into their story and values. Where did Stain’d get its origins? Who... Read More

Music on Pine St, BPL’s Summer Fest, Full Spectrum, and the Boulder Arts & Jazz Fest

June 26th, 2017

Boulder will be jam-packed with concerts, events, and activities for the coming week. Here are some of the major highlights Monday 6/26 Start your week with a laid back evening at ‘Music on Pine Street’ hosted by the Hotel Boulderado. With FREE live music every Monday evening in June and July, the Hotel Boulderado will be hosting various local musicians and groups each week. What better way to spend a monday evening than with Free live music, food, cocktails and soft drinks. Music on Pine Street runs from 5pm-8pm on the hotel’s outdoor plaza at 13th st and Pine st; information on performances... Read More

Boulder’s Best Events This Week

January 23rd, 2017

This week is packed with great events for the people of Boulder to enjoy, however there isn’t always time to go out to each and every one.  So, here are three of the top events going on this week in Boulder.  Each event has its own unique taste, so there’s certainly going to be something for everyone. 1. Petunia Mafia Cycling at Upslope brewery is hosting a showing of the 2016 Giddyup Film Tour movie tonight from 7-9pm.   Everyone is welcome to come and enjoy a film filled with plenty of mountain and road bike action.  As a social event, people are encouraged to talk and meet everyone... Read More

Art News: Boulder City Council Launches the Community Culture Plan

May 31st, 2016

As of January 1st of this year, Boulder City Council launched its Community Culture Plan through the City of Boulder Office of Arts + Culture. Their vision: “Together, we will craft Boulder’s social, physical, and cultural environment to include creativity as an essential ingredient for the well being, prosperity, and joy of everyone in the community.” You can read the plan details, in full, here. According to Jennifer Heath, cultural journalist, curator, and author/editor, Pearl Street was once “hot with music venues” and you could find “prestigious recording studios” housed in the... Read More

Boulder in Motion: Murmuration

May 17th, 2016

It’s no secret that Boulder is home to a thriving art scene. With countless galleries and performance spaces, one could very easily spend every weekend, and most weekdays, exploring a new area within this cultural sphere. If you’re one of these weekend gallery warriors, get yourself a ticket for Murmuration this Saturday, May 21st and explore a whole new side of the performing arts. Produced by Block 1750, Murmuration blends extensive genres of dance and music to create a collaborative work. The show, its name stemming from the vast flocks that starlings form, echoes its namesake through the... Read More