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Wednesday, November 27,2013

Bold thinking at the BolderLife Festival

BolderLife Festival opens eyes and minds

By Michael Callahan
Often we are so bombarded with media and messaging that it can become easy to distance ourselves from the harsh realities of the world.
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Thursday, September 12,2013

Fringe benefits: Boulder's festival continues

Boulder International Fringe Festival brings alternative perspective on theater

By Michael Callahan
The Boulder International Fringe Festival, an annual event since 2005, ties Boulder’s exceptional arts and performance community to a network that allows for an uncensored, non-juried journey into the pools of creativity and expression.
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Thursday, June 6,2013

What doesn’t kill us makes us stronger

Colorado Shakespeare Festival seeks to remain timeless

By Michael Callahan
After a winter spent rearranging house, the Colorado Shakespeare Festival is ready to defend its position as cultural and educational touchstone. The 2013 edition has sprinted ahead of expectations and appears on tap for a successful start to the season. It may not be a make-or-break year, but plenty of eyes will be on the CSF as it unfurls its latest repertoire.
Thursday, January 10,2013

This is your brain on the Internet

Are digital distractions destroying critical thinking?

By Michael Callahan
Ever get the feeling you just can’t concentrate like you used to? Feel like your brain is stuck on overload and you can’t put together a coherent thought?
Thursday, December 27,2012

No fussing and fighting for the Wailers

Wailers let natural mystic flow through the air

By Michael Callahan
Not many bands that come through Boulder are able to cull a playlist from a catalog that has sold more than 250 million albums worldwide. Yet this is what will happen when the Wailers come to town for their nearly annual pilgrimage Dec. 28 at the Fox Theatre.
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Thursday, December 20,2012

Merry cynics-mas

´SantaLand 4.0´ brings to light our dark holiday behaviors

By Michael Callahan
Remembering the spirit of Christmas can get difficult when parking lot road rage and wrestling over smartphones overtake Santa and good cheer.
Thursday, December 6,2012

Getting technical

Holiday gifts for tech-heads

By Michael Callahan
Judging by the way folks are lining up to grab the latest updates and models of items they may already have, the biggest winner so far in this holiday shopping season may be planned obsolescence. Let the electronics buying begin.
Thursday, December 6,2012

Drink in more culture with Opera on Tap

Group brings classical take to tavern music

By Michael Callahan
A dozen opera singers walk into a bar. It may sound like the setup to the punch line of an old joke, but in this era of micro-brewed entertainment, any place can be a stage.
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Thursday, November 29,2012

Voulez-vous coucher avec Bah!

Dickens tale retold with ‘Rouge’ accents

By Michael Callahan
If you’re having a hard time this holiday season doling out your entertainment dollars, kill three birds with one stone.
Thursday, November 29,2012

Change at the ends of the world

Photographer shares images of a shifting Arctic climate

By Michael Callahan
If a photograph is a mere snapshot in time, the caption becomes the clock face of history. Being able to read both can illustrate our understanding of the world.
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