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Top row, left to right:
The Hindsight Dance Team shakes it: Julia Sallo, Rachel Joyce, Ruth Jacobs, Mari Nevar, and Kristin Dotter; Sharon Rodemann, Boulder Weekly entertainment writer Dave Kirby, and founding editor of Boulder Weekly Leland Rucker can’t believe it’s been sixteen years.
Second row, left to right:
AnnMarie Hoskins and Mrs. Boulder Weekly, Mari Nevar, relive the ’80s with Hindsight’s rendition of Billy Idol’s “Mony Mony”; Inside Sales Manager Aiko Knapp joinsHindsight for some extra flair in the percussion section.
Third row, left to right:
Emcee, Circulation Manager, and master gardener Cal Winn beams with pride at the Weekly’s sixteen-year milestone. Boulder Weekly Publisher and Hindsight guitarist Stewart Sallo adds a new talent to his resume: the alto sax; The Boulder Weekly nuclear family — Julia, Stewart, Mia and Mari — celebrate a very Sweet 16.
Fourth row, left to right:
Dave Grimsland, Hindsight keyboardist and Boulder Weekly Advertising Director, engages in some last-minute preparations before Hindsight’s three-hour performance; Hindsight bass guitarist Brian Otenberger revs up for a night of the Greatest Classic Rock Songs of all Time; Brian Spielmann, marketing director for the Shambhala Mountain Center, and his daughter Bella, join in the festivities.
Fifth row, left to right:
Friends of Boulder Weekly Anton, Dana, Abby, and Jesse Bacardi join the party; Heiress Julia Sallo and best friend Ruth Jacobs pose outside the Boulder Theater; Art Director Susan France celebrates her own 16 years at Boulder Weekly with her daughter Callie.
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