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"Symphonies for Two" Benefits Many in the Mountains. David Korevaar and Margaret Patterson perform four-hand piano masterworks by Brahms, Schubert and Mozart in a benefit concert this evening for The Old Gallery, a community center in Allenspark that provides basic needs and a gathering space to mountain residents and visitors, 7 p.m., First United ... (more)
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Sandwiched between Arbor Day and Earth Day, Saturday afternoon seemed a fitting time for the Earth Guardians of Boulder to plant a tree or two.
I grew up a farm girl, which is just a fancy way of saying child laborer. In fact, that might be the reason my dad finally gave in to having children.
More info: To read the memo on University Hill reinvestment and see the rest of the agenda, go to bit.ly/1meNf1v When Brian Buckley and Kate Hunter opened Innisfree Poetry Bookstore and Cafe in 2011, they knew they needed to be near the University of Colorado and its literary community if they were going to make an all-poetry bookstore succeed.
Standing Cloud, the Boulder-based cloud application management firm acquired last year by San Francisco's AppDirect, has moved to larger offices in downtown Boulder with plans to grow its local workforce, AppDirect's co-founder told the Daily Camera this week.
Ubuntu African Festival. The Zulu word "Ubuntu" means "I am, because we are," and is often used to describe the interconnectedness of African cultures.
NASA Administrator Charles Bolden spoke Friday before a packed house at the University of Colorado, lauding the school's aerospace program and delivering an animated primer on what he hopes space travel will look like in the near future.
As part of Russian Culture Week, Russian-American journalist Masha Gessen will give two public talks Thursday at the University of Colorado.
It's best if young rabbits stay in the wild because the mother is bonded to her babies and teaching them how to survive.
CAMERA/ MARK Leffingwell Boulder District Attorney Stan Garnett said no charges have been brought to his office in either of the two reported stabbings of sex offender Zachary Meints, and police have not identified any suspects yet in the case.
Shatterproof, of Fort Collins, commands a stage during the 2013 FoCoMX. The alt-rock band returns for this year's festival.
Going boldly where few choirs ever do, Boulder's Ars Nova Singers and conductor Thomas Edward Morgan love to explore strange new worlds of vocal performance.
Boulder prosecutors today filed a motion indicating they will grant Monty Turner "use immunity" as a witness at his father's kidnapping trial, which means that his testimony as a witness will not be admissible in Turner's own trial in the case.
Boulder-bred bluegrass powerhouse String Cheese Incident today announced it will play a free show on University Hill at 6 p.m. April 28. The announcement came via a video from the band that shows keys player Kyle Hollingsworth chasing unsuspecting Boulderites around the Hill with an accordion before he declares, "This is not the same without the ... (more)
Boulder. April 18, 21, 22. 6 p.m. Atlas 100, University of Colorado Boulder, 1125 18th St., Bldg 223, Boulder, 303-492-1411.
Student leaders at the University of Colorado are expected to pass a bill that gives the athletic department ownership of Franklin Field - and the $490,000 in debt associated with the field - as crews prepare to break ground next month on a $143 million project to upgrade sports facilities.