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Feet, don’t fail me now

Joe Cahill showed up in Boulder with a turquoise Strat and dancing feet. Music was central to his existence, and the sounds coming off a concert stage sometimes seemed to soak into his body and govern it for hours after … Continue reading

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Expect to be watched closely at Clyfford Still Museum

Carmen Tisch, the 36-year-old woman accused of damaging a painting at the new Clyfford Still Museum in Denver, committed a senseless and unpredictable act of vandalism, if what prosecutors say is true. On Dec. 29, she went to the museum, which … Continue reading

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‘Michigan Mike’ Torpie remembered as more than NedFest promoter

By Alan Crandall The life and times of ‘Michigan Mike’ Torpie and his impact on Nederland, Colorado was celebrated on Monday, December 5th at First Street Pub in Nederland, just a short distance from the grounds that for many years … Continue reading

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Polytoxic’s 7th Annual Last Waltz revisited is best yet

By Alan Crandall Editor of RockyMountainJams.com Some say The Band was the best band ever.  Many of my age group (older) considers Martin Scorsese’s The Last Waltz to be the greatest rock and roll concert movie ever filmed.  The movie … Continue reading

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Cornmeal, Polytoxic, Elephant Revival, Tedeschi Trucks, Kyle Hollingsworth … what are you doing this weekend?

By Alan Crandall Editor at RockyMountainJams.com I just took a look at my events calendar on Facebook and apparently I am attending four shows tomorrow night.  Yep it is true, I am going to see Cornmeal at the Fox, Polytoxic … Continue reading

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Mural to be seen only by mental health staff and suicidal teens

Longmont resident Mario Miguel Echevarria, who has created public art in Loveland, Fort Collins and other Front Range communities, is used to making things that will be seen by thousands of people. Last week, however, he was working on a … Continue reading

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Acosta marks 9/11 with new painting

Longmont graffiti artist Gamma Acosta is working on a new piece at his painting wall at Third Avenue and Lashley Street. The work marks the tenth anniversary of 9/11. Here’s what it looked like Monday.

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Jamie Michaels performs at Barbed Wire Books

Barbed Wire Books will present award-winning songwriter Jamie Michaels in concert from 7 to 9 p.m. Aug 13. The store is located at 504 Main St. Also on the bill is singer Mare Lennon. Tickets are $10. Barbed Wire Books … Continue reading

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Arts council launches new website

The Longmont Council for the Arts, which supports local performances and exhibitions, announced today that it has a new website. Visit it at www.artslongmont.org. The LCA is headquartered in the downtown Muse Gallery, at 356 Main St. It presents art … Continue reading

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Announcement adds to exuberance at Cornmeal show

Writer and photographer Alan Crandall submitted the following guest blog: I attend lots of concerts. I have watched Los Lobos tear it up at the Denver Botanical Gardens while picnickers casually sipped wine and feasted on sushi. I have marveled … Continue reading

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