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If one of your New Year's resolutions was to watch more movies, grab yer Sharpie, pal. (If you'd wanted to talk quinoa, pilates, or not smoking in the house with all the windows closed while passed out on a pizza box as "Seven Samurai" blares in the background, you'd be in the wrong place, friend.)   Full Story
 
Jeremy Papasso / Colorado Daily
The Colorado music scene is positively crawling with folk, bluegrass and jam bands. But there's a ton of other stuff to hear.   Full Story
 
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The Denver music scene is growing and thriving thanks to its variety of great venues.   Full Story
 
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A few years ago, a group of us at the Colorado Daily, Daily Camera and Longmont Times-Call got together to create a new music performance video series. But the Garage didn't sprout up overnight   Full Story
 
Jeremy Papasso / Colorado Daily
Music venue options in Boulder are mostly divided between the big theaters and the small bar rooms or coffee shops, but that doesn't seem to hurt the scene.   Full Story
 
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There's enough live music going on in Boulder and Denver to keep you permanently broke.   Full Story
 
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Less exposition, more album previews. We've got a lot to take a peak at. Mogwai, Rave Tapes Scottish post-rock quintet Mogwai is ready to drop its eighth studio album.   Full Story
 
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Autumn: that magical time when the aspens change, people start wearing socks with sandals, and the silver screen divides it's the time between horror flicks and Oscar picks.   Full Story
 
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This is pretty simple. Boulder has good music venues. Denver has good music venues. There's also that huge, pretty amphitheater out in Morrison -- Red Rocks, is it?   Full Story
 
Jeremy Papasso
Comedy is all about the element of surprise, and Boulder's small but passionate comedy community both understands that philosophy and puts it into action.   Full Story
 
DEREK BROUSSARD
CU's Program Council is a decades-old student organization that brings affordable entertainment to campus in the form of live music, movie screenings and other special events.   Full Story
 
JOSHUA LAWTON
Looking for the latest local talent? Boulder has a bevy of open mic nights designed to showcase undiscovered artists and performers.   Full Story
 
AARON ONTIVEROZ/The Denver Post
Denver's not that far, so get your Buffs to the Mile High City every now and then, pals. (But don't do it in the buff.)   Full Story
 
Shawn McHugh
King's Cup, strip poker, beer pong, boob ball. These are all the classics for a night drinking with friends. But Boulder has even better options.   Full Story
 
JEREMY PAPASSO
The Denver music scene is growing and thriving thanks to its variety of great venues. For CU-Boulder students, it's definitely worth the drive or bus trip.   Full Story
 
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It won't be possible to top the comebacks, the wild successes and frothing-at-the-mouth hype of the front end of 2013, which we'll call Season of the Event Album. Fall certainly won't be quiet, though.   Full Story
 
CLIFF GRASSMICK
Let's face it. A booze-loving lifestyle is costly to maintain. Especially if you've crossed over to the beer-snob dark side.   Full Story
 
JOSHUA LAWTON
From the Hill to Pearl Street, it's true: Buffs love to party. But not everybody likes hitting up the frat houses on a Friday night. So what's a nerdy student to do at night?   Full Story
 
JEREMY PAPASSO
Music is a multipurpose medication. It can be therapeutic in a clinical sense, or more commonly, when administered in doses of carefully constructed playlists.   Full Story
 
RACHEL WOOLF
When Boulderites need a fix of local and independent music, they turn the AM dial to 1190.   Full Story
 
 
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