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A Few Terrible Limericks for Election Day

By On November 8, 2016

As you may have gathered by the title, I am not a poet. I am merely claiming to be a terrible poet, so here are some garbage limericks I had lingering in… Read More


Review: Memphis at Midtown Arts Center

By On May 5, 2015

If you love Rock n’ Roll, Blues, and American history, Memphis is the show for you. Currently running at Midtown Arts Center until May 30, this musical truly has it all with… Read More


Review: MOA Masks are Back!

By On April 9, 2015

…and this year’s exhibit is better than ever. Trust me. IT’S THE BEST ONE YET! It doesn’t matter if you have ventured down to the Fort Collins Museum of Art’s annual Masks fundraiser… Read More


Review: Sweeney Todd at Midtown Arts Center

By On March 3, 2015

The infamous story of Benjamin Barker, AKA Sweeney Todd, is showing at the Midtown Arts Center through March 8. This has been by far the hardest play to get tickets to at… Read More


Review: Marilyn

By On December 23, 2014

What do you think of when you hear the name Marilyn? To me, one word sums it up… fascinating. The current exhibit at the Fort Collins Museum of Art, simplistic as it my… Read More


Review: Fierce Bad Rabbit’s Living Asleep

By On October 14, 2014

I think it’s safe to say that every music lover in Fort Collins has a deep appreciation for the talented folks of Fierce Bad Rabbit. Chris Anderson (vocals, guitar piano), Alana Rolfe… Read More


Review: ‘Ordinary’ by Post Paradise

By On June 7, 2014

This song is anything but Ordinary. I’m talking about the new single by one of my favorite local bands, Post Paradise. Ordinary is the first release of 2014 by the four-piece-extraordinarily-professional SpokesBuzz alumni, Post Paradise; I’m… Read More


Review: Indian Thali

By On May 7, 2014

The name of this exhibit makes my mouth water, and it’s not even edible. There is an illustrious display of Indian culture here in Fort Collins and you should see it before… Read More