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Why Winning The Stanley Cup is Better Than Sex

June 28th, 2022

The final seconds were ticking down, the net was empty, and the Colorado Avalanche were just a puck-clear away from winning it all. Gabriel Landeskog was on the bench after crawling off the ice, Tampa Bay was on the attack with an extra skater, and Darcy Kuemper had been ridiculed all series for letting in soft goals. Moments like this are what sports are made of. Anxiety mixed with exhilaration plus torture. I couldn’t watch, and yet, I couldn’t look away. With sixteen seconds left, the Avs got a stop near the blue line as the puck slowly trickled down the ice. Cale Makar fought for the... Read More

Weekend Entertainment for December 3rd-6th

December 3rd, 2015

The long and temperate fall has passed as winter continues to touch crystalline moisture to the earth, making it feel more and more like the weather this month promises. Festivities of the season continue to stretch across Boulder this weekend, enticing Boulderites to venture into the night. If this evening finds you wanting, tonight two talented solo musicians are playing at the Laughing Goat on 1709 Pearl St. Riley Ann and Rachel Ann’s performance will run from 8 pm – 11pm. These two solo artists pair up in an evening of sirens, each musicians talented in multiple instruments. Also tonight... Read More

Homecoming 2014: Get Ready to Get Rowdy!

October 23rd, 2014

  To those who read my post from last week, I apologize if this article comes across as reminiscent, but hey, it’s the 100 year homecoming anniversary, a date to be remembered!!! Yes, a date worthy of three consecutive exclamation points. I already talked about the events I find most worth checking out, but I’d like to emphasize on two of them.   The first event, taking place on Friday (tomorrow), is the Pearl Street Stampede. The main reason I recommend going to this event is it’s aimed to get everyone stoked on our football team and the hope they will pull their “stuff” together... Read More