By Lauren Taber
Colorado weather is everyone’s favorite fickle friend. You know, that one that seems really interested in making Friday night plans but will just as soon call an “I have to catch up on Game of Thrones” or “I accidentally got too drunk at Happy Hour,” type of hard bail. You’ve been friends with them as long as you can remember but you still find yourself surprised nonetheless. This week in the wake of our most
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By Kelly Baines
No matter how long you’ve been dating someone, meeting the parents always seems to leave you feeling unprepared and nervous. First impressions are incredibly intimidating, and how you dress says something about who you are before you have a chance to say anything yourself.
That being said, here are some styling choices that will speak for you and have you dressed to impress for parental introductions of any occasion.
By Tim Wenger
by Tim Wenger
Fort Collins hip hop artist Curci is headed back on tour this month alongside fellow artist Trizz. Becoming known for creating hip hop that is relatable across genre lines, this tour should help the artist continue to grow his following outside of Colorado. CMB spoke with Curci about the trip and his plans for the upcoming summer.
CMB: How did you get on this tour?
C: Trizz and I have been trying to plan a
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By Tim Wenger
The Colorado Symphony will be presenting Herbie Hancock and Chick Corea at the Boettcher Concert Hall on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17. In 1978, jazz titans Herbie Hancock and Chick Corea toured together, playing alone as an acoustic piano duo. (Which surprised the music world at the peak of the jazz-rock fusion era; both were alums of seminal Miles Davis bands.) Both of them released double albums drawn from those live tour performances: Hancock’s called
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with Evan Anderman Documenting the Landscape of Middle Park and Kremmling Saturday & Sunday, April 25-26 Location: Allington Inn and Suites, Kremmling CO* Tuition: $292.50 for members, $325 for non-members (Room & Board not included) Skill Level: Intermediate, Advanced This two-day workshop explores the tradition of landscape to document the town and environs of Kremmling, […]
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With 303 Day coming up next week, the Fashion desk at 303 Magazine put together a list of items to inspire your Colorado-loving spirit.
Why wear Colorado and Denver gear? Well, if you do, you can get free food and drinks at Illegal Pete’s. You can read all about that HERE. But for now, get creative with your Colorado-inspired fashion and express just how much you love our beautiful state on Tuesday, March 3.
By Jasmine Fox-Suliaman
On March 8th, you will hear the clink of champagne glasses and laughter as women around the world celebrate International Women’s Day. Rallies, parades and cocktail hours will take place everywhere to celebrate women’s accomplishments and discuss empowering women. Around the world women meet and network to honor this international holiday, but rarely do the women of Denver have the opportunity to.
This year, 303FEM, in partnership with The Breakers Resort, presents Denver’s first-ever
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By Amanda Skarphol
The 2015 Colorado Music Festival season–the first under Music Director Jean-Marie Zeitouni–promises to be truly spectacular. Running from June 26-August 9, the season will feature festival and chamber orchestra concerts, the popular Music Mash-Up series, two Young People’s Concerts, a new recital series, and an expanded, five-concert chamber music series. >>READ MORE
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By Khoa Sinclair
Mondo Guerra is by no doubt, Denver’s best known designer. However, one thing you may not know about Mondo is his work with the Denver community and Goodwill. For over 6 years now Goodwill has been hosting a fashion show charity event to help fund raise for the Goodwill Industries of Denver. This program “seeks to reverse the cycle of poverty for at-risk students, struggling adults and people with disabilities.”
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By Barb Dye
(Early in the morning!) Forty years ago a group of Chicago-based blues artists, who had already achieved legendary status, gathered together with some of their younger ‘blues brethren’ from all over the country to pay tribute to the greats. RMPBS presents “Blues Summit in Chicago” in their “Soundstage” series – Sunday, March 1st at 12:00 a.m. (That’s midnight Saturday night to Sunday morning) (60 mins)
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THE ART OF BUSINESS — AND THE
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