Tag: aug 18 2022 issue

A hub of innovative education

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East of Main Street, situated near both the Longmont Recreation Center and the Longmont Museum, looms a building of glass and steel. When the...

Art that speaks

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Nearly 100 murals across the city come from Boulder’s Street Wise Mural Festival, which brings diverse artists together every fall to blanket empty walls...

Don’t stop them now

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Aimee Herman was a keystone of the artistic community in Boulder in the late 2000s while studying creative writing at Naropa University’s Jack Kerouac...

Best in Fest

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January Boulder Philharmonic 2022-23 Season Jan-May, 2023 January through May, Boulder’s professional symphony orchestra performs a season of classical delights at Macky Auditorium, schools and other venues....

Hop along to Longmont’s craft libations

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At last count there were more than a dozen breweries, distilleries, cideries and brewpubs in Longmont alone, let alone the rest of the county. How...

The happiest of hours

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There’s a moment between when work ends and the rest of our lives begin, to socialize, graze on appetizers and sip a low-priced libation....

Catch, release and the art of slowing down

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The rich, cool waters around Longmont remain prime for fly fishing, a sport growing in popularity thanks to its meditative qualities.

Global Groceries

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Your roadmap to Boulder’s world of international food markets

No slowing down the arts

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The NoBo Art District takes a community-oriented approach to building an art scene

Unexpected Places

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House shows and tiny concerts along the Front Range

Sketching Longmont in plein air

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When you need directions, you look for a map. For Longmont artist Amanda Maldonado, the direction of her life and business as an artist...

Stranger than fiction

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Truth is stranger than fiction for Tom Peters. At least, that’s how it seems when you talk to the owner of Boulder’s venerable Beat...