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Jeremy Papasso
Pick thyselves up off the ground, run a comb through that rat's nest, slam some coffee and get at it again.   Full Story
 
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Alexandra Sieh moonlights as a newspaper designer. But then she moonlights as a nightlife columnist. Oh yeah, she also moonlights at a second job where she wears fancy clothes and carries a briefcase. Spy? Mary Kay? Who knows. On top of it all, she moonlights as the Beer Girl.   Full Story
 
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Caleb Dennis has been writing "The Scene" for the Colorado Daily for several months now and we've learned these three things about him: - He plays guitar - He's not a fan of electronic music - He can't stand Chad Kroeger.   Full Story
 
Mark Leffingwell / Colorado Daily
Radio 1190 is getting a makeover. The independent AM radio station housed in the basement of CU's University Memorial Center is turning down the dirty dorm feel and cranking up its studio space. The main studio has already been renovated, setting the tone for the rest of the project, which is expected to be finished by the start of the fall semester.   Full Story
 
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We all know about the Fox and Boulder theaters. Most local music fans have caught a show at Red Rocks or the Filmore. But there are a handful of music venues in the area that aren't as widely known, or do things a little different. Here's five of them.   Full Story
 
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If you like schmaltzy, stabby, or simpleminded films, springtime is your jam, friendo. This is when Hollywood generally dumps its worst stuff into theatres, so you won't find much in the way of Oscar fodder. Still, if you're a fan of horror, rom-coms or zombie-beaver movies, get ready, 'cause this ain't funny, my name's Mike D and I'm about to make money. Er, I mean you'll be happy.   Full Story
 
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There is no shortage of good beer in Colorado and that is especially true for Boulder's 25 square miles. Here's a quick-hit breakdown of the 20 breweries in the People's Republic.   Full Story
 
David R. Jennings / Colorado Daily
Feel like bumping rumps with a group of sweaty strangers? Looking for a drink more sophisticated than, "a shot of whatever's cheapest, please"? Here's a guide to your Boulder bar experience.   Full Story
 
Cliff Grassmick / Colorado Daily
Here you are, staring spring semester right in the face. And whether you're a wee frosh or sixth-year (silly Van Wilder, real life is for kids without trust funds), you've got another few months in good ol' Boulder.   Full Story
 
Jeremy Papasso / Colorado Daily
Go out with your friends. Stay with your friends. Watch out for each other. And drink responsibly. Local law enforcement officials say those are some of the best steps students can take to stay safe while having fun in and around Boulder.   Full Story
 
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Alexandra Sieh moonlights as a newspaper designer. But then she moonlights as a nightlife columnist.   Full Story
 
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Caleb Dennis has been writing "The Scene" for the Colorado Daily for several months now and we've learned these three things about him: • He plays guitar • He's not a fan of electronic music • He can't stand Chad Kroeger.   Full Story
 
Cliff Grassmick / Colorado Daily
Some folks think ramen diets and washing clothes with dish soap while in college are just myths or exaggerations.   Full Story
 
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Program Council has been running the show — or more appropriately, all of the shows — at the University of Colorado for decades.   Full Story
 
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Spanning genres, sounds, and philosophies, here are some of the finest groups to emerge from Colorado in recent history.   Full Story
 
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Like spring, fall brings a bounty of new music into our ears once again, so keep an eye out for these anticipated releases coming fall 2014.   Full Story
 
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It's fall! Sweet bountiful fall! (Almost!) When all the bands decide to come out of summer hibernation and hit the road again, and you have weeks in which massive shows happen night after night after night.   Full Story
 
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I hope you like horror films or books recycled into movies (I don't think we can safely say "upcycled"), because that's what you're gonna be watching over the next couple of months.   Full Story
 
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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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